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Monday to Friday : for flute (doubling alto flute), viola, vibraphone and piano

by Cyrus Meurant (2016)

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Work Overview

Monday to Friday was commissioned by Linda Beaumont for Beaumont Care residences in Brisbane, Queensland. The work was composed for installation, with the intention of being listened to at various times of day, throughout the week. Each day has music for I) morning, II) afternoon, III) evening and IV) overnight.

I extend my many thanks to Linda for her tremendous support in the realisation of this project. Thanks also to specialist advisor, Tara Quirke who provided valuable guidance throughout the creative process.

Cyrus Meurant

Work Details

Year: 2016

Instrumentation: Flute (doubling alto flute), viola, vibraphone, piano.

Duration: 70 min.

Difficulty: Advanced

Commission note: Commissioned by Linda Beaumont.. Commissioned for Beaumont Care, Brisbane

First performance: by Sally Walker, Alexandru-Mihai Bota, Alison Pratt, Clemens Leske — 2016. Sydney Conservatorium of Music, NSW

Finalist: ‘Innovation of the Year – Dementia Solution’ in the 2019 Asia Pacific Eldercare Innovation Awards, Singapore.


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Performances of this work

16 May 2024: at Cyrus Meurant: Chamber Works (Pier 2/3). Featuring Cyrus Meurant.

28 May 2022: at Music by Cyrus Meurant (The Sound Lounge). Featuring Cyrus Meurant.

2016: Sydney Conservatorium of Music, NSW. Featuring Sally Walker, Alexandru-Mihai Bota, Alison Pratt, Clemens Leske.

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