Location: Sydney Conservatorium of Music, Australian National Library, Australian Music Centre, Keys Press
Instrumentation: Woodwind Quintet: Flute, Oboe, Clarinet in B flat, Saxophone in E flat, Bassoon
Composer: Raymond Hanson
Composed: Sep-Oct 1972
Flute, Oboe, Clarinet in B flat, Saxophone in E flat, Bassoon and Comprised of 8 parts:
1. Badinage 2. Aubade 3. Litany 4. Lyric 5. Elegy 6. Cadenza 7. Berceuse 8. Baccanale; Published by Keys Press, Australian Heritage Series No. 77, Keys Press, WA, 2010;
Commissioned under the terms of the Albert Maggs Award, 1971 administered by the University of Melbourne.
1st performance: 25th August 1973, Neville Amadio, flute; Guy Henderson, oboe; Donald Westlake, clarinet; Kevin Murphy, saxophone; John Cran, Bassoon. At the Malcolm Williamson Seminar Weekend, in the Main Hall of the NSW State Conservatorium of Music.
As at 2016 published by Wirripang Publishing’s Australian Composers Series.