1991, English, Unpublished edition: Hocketing over the arches [manuscript]. Smith, Roger, 1951-

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  • 5 cm.
Published
  • 1991.
Language
  • English

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Title
  • Hocketing over the arches
Creator
  • Smith, Roger, 1951-
Published
  • 1991.
Medium
  • [manuscript].
Physical Description
  • 5 cm.
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Summary
  • A musical score by Roger Smith, for 'Retta Hemensley. Commissioned by Jennifer Phipps, this was first performed on April 27, 1991, in the Domed Reading Room of the State Library of Victoria. The conductor was Peter Graham, the vibraphone was played by Peter Fraser, the xylophone by Roger Smith, the double bass by John Goldsworthy and percussion by Dennis Spiteri, Rodney Waithe, Craig Prebble and David Jenkins.
Notes
  • Original ms.
Language
  • English
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