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Peter Sculthorpe : The Making of an Australian Composer - Graeme Skinner

Peter Sculthorpe

The Making of an Australian Composer

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Peter Sculthorpe is Australia's best-known living composer and is widely held to be the most important composer the country has yet produced. This, the first biography of the composer, tells the fascinating story of his rise to prominence. Beautifully written and fastidiously researched, this authorized biography provides an insight into Sculthorpe's formative years: his quest for a personal voice, and his arrival--through many creative friendships and collaborations--at a place in the collective heart of the nation. It is also a social history, charting the rise of modernism in Australian music through the eyes of its key player.

Forewordp. 1
A small place (1929-1938)p. 15
Out of step (1939-1945)p. 54
To the mainland (1946-1950)p. 92
Strings in the earth and air (1951-1955)p. 142
Ulterior motifs (1956-1958)p. 168
Dreaming spires (1958-1960)p. 200
The fifth continent (1961-1963)p. 252
A dazzling progress (1963-1964)p. 309
Always austere, Australian (1965)p. 362
Imaginary landscapes (1966)p. 422
Full of tunes (1967-1968)p. 472
The love thing (1968-1970)p. 513
The stars turn (1971-1972)p. 566
Rebirth (1973-1974)p. 613
Afterwordp. 646
Notesp. 653
Indexp. 677
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ISBN: 9780868409412
ISBN-10: 0868409413
Audience: General
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 752
Published: 1st October 2007
Country of Publication: AU
Dimensions (cm): 23.5 x 15.5  x 5.08
Weight (kg): 1.4