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Johannes Maria Staud

Johannes Maria Staud
Wheat, not oats, dear. I'm afraid.

Year of composition: 2015
Scored for: for seven instruments
Composer: Johannes Maria Staud
Text Source: Letter to N. Y. (aus: North & South-A Cold Spring, 1955)
Text Author: Elizabeth Bishop
Instrumentation details:
bass flute
oboe (+c.a)
bass clarinet in Bb
percussion
violin
viola
violoncello
Commissioned by: Kompositionsauftrag des ensemble recherche und des ORF musikprotokoll im steirischen herbst, gefördert durch die Ernst von Siemens Musikstiftung
Duration: 11′
Dedication: dem Ensemble Recherche gewidmet
 
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Wheat, not oats, dear. I'm afraid.

World Première

Location: Helmut List-Halle Graz / Austria
Date: 10.10.2015
Orchestra: Ensemble Recherche

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Wheat, not oats, dear. I'm afraid.
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Wheat, not oats, dear. I'm afraid.
  • for seven instruments
  • Edition type: full score

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