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String Quartet No. 3

String Quartet No. 3

“In Flight Music”


  • Besetzung: Streichquartett
  • Ausgabe: Partitur und Stimmen
  • Bestell-Nr.: ED 13390
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Beschreibung
The 3rd String Quartet was originally composed in 1982-3 to a commission from The Adelaide Festival, and premiered by The Petra Quartet in 1983. Subsequent to this quartet, I have composed two more; No. 4 in 1986 and No. 5 in 2002. The offer to re-publish this work, led me to begin by a process of amendment, but ended in the composition of a virtually new quartet! Only parts of the original quartet have been retained. I also chose to ‘frame’ (in my case this means an inspirational focus and filter), the quartet in a new way too. In Flight Music keeps the 4-movement format of the original quartet, but is now directly linked to a life-long interest in flight. The first two movements are concerned with aspects of humans in flight, whilst the last two deal with insects and birds respectively. Since all my music is these days preceded by visualisations in the form of drawings, wherever possible, this quartet might be performed with the four drawings, one for each movement, back-projected behind the players. Digital copies of these drawings may be obtained from Schott Music. Edward Cowie. Maurens. France. August, 2010.
Details
Auftragswerk : Commissioned by the Adelaide Festival
Bindung: Rückendrahtheftung
ISMN: 979-0-2201-3392-3
Inhaltstext: I Hang-gliders, Stanwell Park, NSW, Australia
II Vapour-trails
III Hummingbird Hawk Moths, Maurens, France
IV Raptor Thermals, mainly Eagles! (Dordogne, France)
Kompositionsjahr: 1982-1983
Kompositionsjahr bis: 1983
Schwierigkeit: 5
Seitenzahl: 122
Spieldauer: 15'0"
Untertitel: “In Flight Music”
Uraufführung : 21. März 1983 Adelaide, SA, Adelaide Festival Centre (UK) Adelaide Festival 1983 · Petra String Quartet

21. Oktober 2013 London, Wilton\'s Music Hall (UK) · The Kreutzer Quartet (World premiere of new version)
Verlag: Schott Music Ltd., London
The 3rd String Quartet was originally composed in 1982-3 to a commission from The Adelaide Festival, and premiered by The Petra Quartet in 1983. Subsequent to this quartet, I have composed two more; No. 4 in 1986 and No. 5 in 2002. The offer to re-publish this work, led me to begin by a process of amendment, but ended in the composition of a virtually new quartet! Only parts of the original quartet have been retained. I also chose to ‘frame’ (in my case this means an inspirational focus and filter), the quartet in a new way too. In Flight Music keeps the 4-movement format of the original quartet, but is now directly linked to a life-long interest in flight. The first two movements are concerned with aspects of humans in flight, whilst the last two deal with insects and birds respectively. Since all my music is these days preceded by visualisations in the form of drawings, wherever possible, this quartet might be performed with the four drawings, one for each movement, back-projected behind the players. Digital copies of these drawings may be obtained from Schott Music. Edward Cowie. Maurens. France. August, 2010.
Auftragswerk : Commissioned by the Adelaide Festival
Bindung: Rückendrahtheftung
ISMN: 979-0-2201-3392-3
Inhaltstext: I Hang-gliders, Stanwell Park, NSW, Australia
II Vapour-trails
III Hummingbird Hawk Moths, Maurens, France
IV Raptor Thermals, mainly Eagles! (Dordogne, France)
Kompositionsjahr: 1982-1983
Kompositionsjahr bis: 1983
Schwierigkeit: 5
Seitenzahl: 122
Spieldauer: 15'0"
Untertitel: “In Flight Music”
Uraufführung : 21. März 1983 Adelaide, SA, Adelaide Festival Centre (UK) Adelaide Festival 1983 · Petra String Quartet

21. Oktober 2013 London, Wilton\'s Music Hall (UK) · The Kreutzer Quartet (World premiere of new version)
Verlag: Schott Music Ltd., London
2013-10-21 | London (United Kingdom), Wilton\'s Music Hall — 19:30
1983-03-21 | Adelaide, SA (United Kingdom), Adelaide Festival Centre