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String Sextet (Still Life)

for two violins, two violas and two violoncellos


Composed: Durham, June 1987
Revised: May 1988
Performed: Never. (Almost accepted for Huddersfield CMF (too long); 
accepted for performance in University of York Music Project, but withdrawn.)

The String Sextet was originally written as an entry for the Huddersfield 
Contemporary Music Festival's 1987 Composition Competition. It was submitted 
under the title Still Life.

sextet scan