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Works by Christian Hellemann : from the Australian Music Centre archive
Bib ID 6812200
Format ManuscriptManuscript, MusicMusic [notated music, volume]
Author
Hellemann, Christian, -1954 composer
 
Description 1944-1948 
Scores + parts. 
Full contents
  • Helleman 1. Always somewhere / words by Harry Ransom ; music by Christian Hellemann
  • Hellemann 2. Australia : cantata for chorus and orchestra / author, Fred. I. Bloomfield ; composer, Christian Hellemann
  • Hellemann 3. Chorale epilogue : from the lyric drama - Mariah / librettist - William Beattie ; composer - Christian Hellemann
  • Hellemann 4. Songs: Jesting toper / words by Bruce Irvine ; music by Christian Hellemann - Play the game / author Bruce Irvine ; composer Christian Hellemann - Fleeting years... / Christian Hellemann
  • Hellemann 5. Lacrimosa : from the Requiem for baritone solo, chorus & orchestra / Christian Hellemann
  • Hellemann 6. Ode / words by H.E. Horne ; music specially composed by H.F. Trelorne & Christian Hellemann (full score + parts)
  • Hellemann 7. Springtime : piano score for string quintet, flute, clarinet and piano / Christian Hellemann
  • Hellemann 8. Symphony in C minor for orchestra and female chorus (5 scores)
  • Hellemann 9. Two choral improvisations / Christian Hellemann.
  • Hellemann 10. Unknown warrior / Christian Hellemann.
 
Partial contents
  • Symphony in C minor for orchestra and female chorus: I. Phantasie
  • I. Phantasie - II. To the unknown warrier
  • II. Improvisata
  • III. Divertimento : concert overture
  • IV. Apotheosis.
 
Notes

"Original Symphony complete. 26-2-47. Second movement re-written and symphony revised during 1948"--cover of IV. Apotheosis from Symphony in C minor for orchestra and female chorus.

"Two choral improvisations" comprised of "Ebenezer (ton-y-botel) : a Welsh hymn melody" and "B-angor."

This collection contains manuscript music from the Australian Music Centre archive.

staff notation.

Subjects Orchestral music.  |  Vocal music.  |  Australia -- Songs and music.  |  Australian
Terms of Use Material is available for research and study use and copying only. Please contact the Australian Music Centre for use in publications, films, performances, transmissions, broadcasts and in other public ways. 

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