Sopranino

Broken Landscape

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    Broken Landscape began as a musical reflection on the Black Saturday bushfires (2009), one of the worst  bushfires to occur in Australia, and its impact on local wildlife. Whilst I was composing the piece in 2019, devastating fires began in New South Wales and Queensland killing a massive population of native wildlife and burning more than 3.1 million hectares of bushland. This piece comprises many notated sounds of Australian animals, usually making alert or alarm calls. 

    This work was comissioned by Zana Clarke to celebrate 25 years of Orpheus Music and 20 years if them publishing Australian Music. 

    Ryan Williams 

    23 December 2019

    Music comes with in-depth notes on musical notation. 

    _Score 3 pp._ 

    _Score 3 pp._ 

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    Publisher Orpheus Music ,All Publishers
    Period/Genre Australian Contemporary
    Composer First Name Ryan
    Composer Surname Williams
    Grade Very Difficult
    Instrumentation Sopranino/Treble
    Composer Letter W
    Composer Name Williams - Ryan
    To view a video of this recording:
    This video was part of Orpheus Music 25th Celebration, a celebration to share Australian music around the world. Orpheus Music's legacy of keeping Australian music relevant to the musical history of Australia and part of the recorder repertoire is something we are deeply passionate about. 

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