2004, English, Article, Other article edition: Dance for the Daughters of Eve Crossin, C.

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Physical Description
  • creative work
Published
  • Adelaide, South Australia, 2004
Language
  • English

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Title
  • Dance for the Daughters of Eve
Author
  • Crossin, C.
Published
  • Adelaide, South Australia, 2004
Physical Description
  • creative work
Summary
  • Instruments: 3 female soloists, harp, vibraphone, double bass and percussion Extent: 6.5 minutes This piece was premiered in 2003 at Grainger Studio (Adelaide Symphonie Orchestra), Adelaide, Australia. Performed by the Eve Vocal Trio featuring Emma Horwood (soprano and harp), Greta Bradman (soprano) and Christie Anderson (mezzo-soprano) along with Steven Peterka on vibraphone, Harley Gray on double bass, and Phillip Hall on percussion. The composition was commissioned by the Eve Vocal Trio. The performance was recorded and published as a CD. Details: EveSong (2004) HBP Eve 2004 001.
Language
  • English
Identifier
  • oai:digital.library.adelaide.edu.au:2440/​50283
  • 0020085233
  • 40167

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