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Thugine legend / by Andrew Batterham
Bib ID 7292079
Format ManuscriptManuscript, MusicMusic [notated music, performed music, volume, audiocassette]
Author
Batterham, Andrew, 1968- composer
 
Access Conditions Available for reference. Not for loan. 
Description [1995] 
1 score (25 pages) ; 42 cm + 2 audiocassettes 
Series

Symphony Australia collection of music scores and parts.

Notes

Includes Programme notes.

One copy contains letter from composer to Kate Lidbetter requesting her to forward the copies of the score and the cassette to the ABC Score-reading Panel with a view to having the work performed into the future.

"'Thugine legend' was the winning entry in the inaugural Corbould composition competition in Brisbane in 1995 and was performed in February 1996 by the Queensland Philharmonic"--letter from composer enclosed in the work.

Cassette (2 copies) contains recording of Thugine legend by the Queensland Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Patrick Strub, dated 17.2.96 and Cortège by the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra, conducted by David Porcelijn, dated 16.10.97.

Staff notation.

Subjects Orchestral music.  |  Rainbow serpent -- Songs and music.  |  Australian
Other authors/contributors Strub, Patrick, 1947- instrumental conductor  |  Porcelijn, David, instrumental conductor  |  Queensland Philharmonic Orchestra, performer  |  Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra, performer  |  Symphony Australia
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336 |aperformed music|2rdacontent
337 |aunmediated|2rdamedia
337 |aaudio
338 |avolume|2rdacarrier
338 |aaudiocassette|2rdacarrier
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500 |aIncludes Programme notes.
500 |aOne copy contains letter from composer to Kate Lidbetter requesting her to forward the copies of the score and the cassette to the ABC Score-reading Panel with a view to having the work performed into the future.
500 |a"'Thugine legend' was the winning entry in the inaugural Corbould composition competition in Brisbane in 1995 and was performed in February 1996 by the Queensland Philharmonic"--letter from composer enclosed in the work.
500 |aCassette (2 copies) contains recording of Thugine legend by the Queensland Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Patrick Strub, dated 17.2.96 and Cortège by the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra, conducted by David Porcelijn, dated 16.10.97.
506 |aAvailable for reference. Not for loan.
546 |bStaff notation.
650 0 |aOrchestral music.
650 0 |aRainbow serpent|vSongs and music.
653 |aAustralian
700 1 |aStrub, Patrick,|d1947-|einstrumental conductor.
700 1 |aPorcelijn, David,|einstrumental conductor.
710 2 |aQueensland Philharmonic Orchestra,|eperformer.
710 2 |aTasmanian Symphony Orchestra,|eperformer.
710 2 |aSymphony Australia
773 0 |iIn collection:|tSymphony Australia collection of music scores and parts|w(AuCNL)2461899
830 0 |aSymphony Australia collection of music scores and parts.|5ANL
852 8 |bMUS|hMUS Symphony Australia Collection II 58
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