contrabourdon

Published on Dec 20, 2019
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This is my entry for the Sonic Groove Live Contest Week #16.

I'm playing an Australian composition called Tuba Tune by Dulcie Holland (1913 – 2000). Many music students around the nation will be familiar with the name "Dulcie Holland" as she was the author of the popular Master your Theory books—designed for study with AMEB examinations. So actually, many students will probably have not-so-pleasant memories about being taught music theory! It's not common knowledge (or so I was blissfully unaware) that Dulcie was actually a church musician and wrote a few compositions for the organ. She was also based at St. Luke's, Mosman (Sydney), where my friend used to be Director of Music. What a small world indeed!

This work is available from the Australian Music Centre and is actually supplied in Dulcie's original manuscript. You will see from my video that I have actually engraved the score for my own personal use for better readability.

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Source: Australian Music Centre

This was recorded on the organ at St. Bartholomäus church in Friesach using the Hauptwerk VPO software.

Yours truly,
@contrabourdon



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