The Night Pieces were first performed at the 1971 Festival of Perth, for which they were written. The music of these pieces is concerned with 'transformations of similar harmonic and motivic structures.' (Peter Sculthorpe, 1973). Arranged for Solo Piano.
Amounts shown in italicized text are for items listed in currency other than Canadian dollars and are approximate conversions to Canadian dollars based upon Bloomberg's conversion rates. Dec 01, 2014 · Also Threnody by Australian composer Peter Sculthorpe and a couple of my own compositions, The River and Soilse in Darkness. It has been a challenge and enjoyment to get this programme together! If you are near Cork, do come along! Here is some information on the music… Three Pieces Gregor Piatigorsky (1903 – 1976) Preludio
Description or summary of the book: During the 1960s Peter Sculthorpe became deeply engaged with Japanese culture and these three exquisite pieces from 1971 - entitled `Snow Moon and Flowers', `Night', and `Stars' - were the result. The opening movement (really three pieces in one) is based on the notion of setsugekka. `The concept is concerned ... Peter Sculthorpe was born in Launceston, Tasmania, Australia, and began composing not long after he began learning the piano. He was educated at Launceston Church Grammar School, the University of Melbourne, and Wadham College, Oxford. Peter Sculthorpe (1929- ) Peter Sculthorpe produces earthy, gripping soundscapes with original timbres that incorporate elements of Australian, Japanese, and Southeast Asian musics and express poetic imagery from primal nature and profound human interaction.
DEDICATED TO BURT BACHARACH DONG KINGMAN (1911-2000) VIEW OF SAN FRANCISCO 1967 Watercolor, sheet c. 15 1/4 x 22 1/4;. Signed in watercolor and dedicated to music performing legend Bert Bacharach (sic) by Dong and Helena Kingman. Dedicated to Bacharach in 6 different locations throughout the ... One of the most famous pieces of nineteenth-century salon music was the "Fifth Nocturne" of Ignace Leybach, who is now otherwise forgotten. Later composers to write nocturnes for the piano include Gabriel Fauré, Alexander Scriabin and Erik Satie (1919), as well as Peter Sculthorpe. Style sheets are disabled or not working. dustygroove.com requires style sheets to function correctly. Dec 06, 2016 · The piano nocturne The term “Nocturne” or “Notturno” (Italian) was first applied in the eighteenth century to pieces written for string ensemble to be performed at an evening party and then put aside. At this time, it was not necessarily a piece evocative of night-time but simply music to be played in the evening. In… Night Pieces (Faber Edition) [Peter Sculthorpe] on Amazon.com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Night Pieces were first performed at the 1971 Festival of Perth, for which they were written. The music of these pieces is concerned with 'transformations of similar harmonic and motivic structures.' (Peter Sculthorpe