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One day

by Stuart Greenbaum (1994)

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From the CD Madrugada

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- Unaccompanied SATB Choir

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Score & Part

One day : voice, vibraphone & percussion / Stuart Greenbaum.

Unspecified voice with chamber ensemble Available for loan $47.27 Add to cart


One day : for SATB choir / Stuart Greenbaum.

Unaccompanied SATB Choir Available for loan $POA  


Madrugada : music from Latin America and Australia.

Unspecified voice with chamber ensemble Available for loan Out of Print  

Work Details

Year: 1994

Duration: 5 min.

Performances of this work

27 May 04: Dante's, Melbourne. Featuring Hildy Essex, University of Melbourne Composition Choir, Rebecca Chapman.

25 Sep 94: featuring Chronochromie.

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My favourite Australian art song repertoire

Posted by Australian Music Centre on 22 July, 2013

The AMC asked leading practitioners to select their favourite Australian art song repertoire, to provide delegates to the 2013 International Conference of Vocal Teachers (Brisbane 2013) with an introduction to this rich and diverse landscape.
Combines the catchy riffs and natural expression of a pop song with the extended lyricism and musical interest of an art-song to create a song of great appeal. This is a love song with beautiful imagery in the lyrics (by long-time Greenbaum collaborator Ross Baglin). Great teaching piece for classically trained singers needing to adapt their vocal style and technique to suit the stylistic needs of contemporary popular repertoire.
Jeannie Marsh