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Universal Edition - David Fennessy – rosewood

David Fennessy

David Fennessy
rosewood

Year of composition: 2010
Subtitle: 5 short pieces
Scored for: for guitar
Composer: David Fennessy
Instrumentation details:

Commissioned by: Commissioned by the 2011 St Magnus Festival
Duration: 9′
Dedication: for Edna Cromarty
 
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World Première

Location: Italian Cultural Centre Orkney / Great Britain
Date: 18.06.2011
Main Soloists: Allan Neave, guitar

Work Introduction

The knowledge that this piece would be premiered at the Italian Chapel and my vivid memories of visiting there a few years ago guided me during the composition of rosewood. Without wishing to somehow create a musical evocation of the place, notions of calm, reflection, open spaces, echoes and resonances permeate the music.

The title refers to the type of wood often used in the construction of the fingerboard of the guitar. It has a distinct aroma and when I smell it I am immediately and vividly reminded of the once close relationship I had with that instrument.

David Fennessy

performing score - rosewood

rosewood
  • for guitar
  • Edition type: performing score

performing score - rosewood

rosewood
  • for guitar
  • Edition type: performing score

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