Sadie Harrison: After Colonna


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Media: Sheet Music
Arrangement: Cello/Piano (VLC/PF)
Skill Level: Intermediate/Advanced - Explain this
Composer: Sadie Harrison
Catalogue #: M570201778
This Item Earns 34 Musicroom Points

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After Colonna was expertly composed, in 2001, by Sadie Harrison. First performed at Hampstead Town hall in March 2001 by Miriam Lowbury and David Carhart. After Colonna later featured on Harrison’s 2002 album, No Title Required.

Australian born freelance composer and performe, Sadie Harrison’s unique fusion of elements from indigenous Lithuanian music and poetry with her own modernist, often abrasive style, have led her to be compared with Bartok, but with her own warmth and grandeur.

Since 2012 Harrison has been working along side a long list of well accomplished musicians; Paul Carey, Peter Sheppard Skaerved, Sergej Okrushko, Alex South, Duncan Honeybourne are among many who have had the privilege to work with Harrison so far. Performances of Harrison's works have been given across the world by Lontano, London Chamber Symphony, Music Projects/ London, Ixion, Okeanos, Bournemouth Sinfonietta, Kokoro and the St. Christopherus Chamber Orchestra, and many others.




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Sales Rank: Not specified
Published on: 28/11/2013
Format: Score and Parts
Length: 28 pages
Language: English
Publisher: University Of York Music Press

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