G'day Africa I : Kwel'intaba, for clarinet/bass clarinet, viola, cello and piano
by Moya Henderson (1990)
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Library shelf no. CD 174 [Available for loan]
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G'day Africa I : Kwel'intaba, for clarinet/bass clarinet, viola, cello and piano / by Moya Henderson.
Library shelf no. 785.2414/HEN 3 [Not for loan]
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"Based on the Zulu song, 'Kwel intaba' which means to climb the mountain ... This song is a shout of celebration for the peoples of South Africa and Nelson Mandela in particular in their final struggles against apartheid"
Instrumentation: Clarinet in B flat (doubling bass clarinet), viola, cello, piano.
Duration: 7 min.
Difficulty: Advanced — Professional.
Dedication note: Dedicated to Ken Tribe
Commission note: Commissioned by Perihelion.
First performance: by Perihelion — 27 Jul 91. Nickson Room, University of Queensland, Brisbane
Resonate article: Moya Henderson: G’day Africa by Malcolm Gillies
Performances of this work
2 May 2019: at Canberra International Music Festival (Fitters' Workshop).
20 Sep 2010: at Cocktail Hour Recital - A Little Charisma with Friends (Recital Hall East). Featuring Valmai Coggins, Julia Ryder, Ros Dunlop, David Miller.
27 Jul 91: Nickson Room, University of Queensland, Brisbane. Featuring Perihelion.
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