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Sonata for Flute, Viola and Harp : The Way Through

by Stuart Greenbaum (2022)

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Work Overview

This is a journey piece. About travel. Maybe a long way or at night. Taken to an unfamiliar destination. Perhaps alone. And on some journeys we encounter obstacles; or a fork in the road. The way through could literally involve a bridge or a tunnel or a change of platform at a train station - but is equally an allegory for how we navigate our daily lives. The central movement of this work was commissioned by the Canberra Symphony Orchestra for their Chamber Classics series concerts and premiered by Emma Sholl, Tor Frømyhr and Rowan Phemister at Albert Hall, Yarralumla Canberra on 13 February 2022.

Work Details

Year: 2022

Instrumentation: Flute, viola, harp.

Duration: 18 min.

Difficulty: Advanced

Contents note: I. the way in -- II. the way through -- III. the other side.

Dedication note: written for Emma Sholl and the CSO Chamber Ensemble commissioned

Written for: Emma Sholl

Commission note: Commissioned by Canberra Symphony Orchestra.

Performances of this work

13 Feb 22: Albert Hall, Yarralumla, Canberra. Featuring Emma Sholl, Tor Frømyhr, Rowan Phemister.

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