ANAM Recital: William Tanner (horn)

ANAM Recitals are an opportunity for each ANAM musician to make their own personal musical statement, through performance, repertoire and presentation. 
When the old and new collide

Hindemith reflected on his past and present in this enigmatic work, depicting the two opposing times in the piano (new) and the horn (old). Widmann explored the many colours of the horn and drew inspiration from the natural horn of the classical era in this exciting 21st century solo. Although written for wind quintet and piano, Poulenc did not write for an ensemble but for six individuals, and fused the styles of neoclassicism and experimentalism in this cheeky yet dramatic work.   

Sonata for alto horn and piano
POULENC Sextet for winds and piano op. 100

William Tanner (QLD) horn
Aidan Boase piano
ANAM Musicians

Duration: approx. 1 hour

Photo by Pia Johnson

Please note details subject to change

Following each 1pm ANAM Recital and Soundbite you are welcome to join our Music Discussion Group at The Blue Room café located at 332 Clarendon Street, South Melbourne. Buy a coffee and relax with like minded ANAM supporters and share your thoughts on the performance.
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