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The mysterious demise of one Brody-Marie : a bellow-drama in seven acts

by Nicholas Vines (2001)

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The mysterious demise of one Brody-Marie / Nicholas Vines.

Library shelf no. CD 1831 [Available for loan]

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Work Details

Year: 2001

Instrumentation: Mezzo-soprano, baritone, clarinet in B flat (doubling clarinet in E flat and bass clarinet), percussion (1 player), piano. Percussion requirements: triangle, suspended cymbals, tam tam, whip, 4 bongos, snare drum, floor tom-tom, tenor drum, drum kit, glockenspiel, marimba.

Duration: 50 min.

Difficulty: Advanced — Tertiary student.

Contents note: 1. Prologue -- 2. Witness I -- 3. Witness II -- 4. Witnesses III + IV -- 5. Witness V -- 6. Witness VI -- 7. Epilogue.

Commission note: Young Composer's Commission by 2MBS FM

First performance: by Jenny Duck-Chong, Simon Lobelson, Ensemble Offspring, Matthew Wood — 31 Mar 01. Paddington United Church, Paddington

Libretto by the composer.


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Performances of this work

5 Apr 05: SBW Stables Theatre, Sydney. Featuring Griffin Theatre.

22 Sep 04: St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Brookline MA. Featuring Firebird Ensemble, Brian Church.

1 Nov 01: Cellar Theatre, University of Sydney. Featuring Sydney University Dramatic Society.

21 Jun 01: North Melbourne Townhall. Featuring Chamber Made.

8 Jun 01: Great Hall, University of Sydney. Featuring Ensemble Offspring, Jenny Duck-Chong, Simon Lobelson, Matthew Wood.

31 Mar 01: Paddington United Church, Paddington. Featuring Jenny Duck-Chong, Matthew Wood, Ensemble Offspring, Simon Lobelson.

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