Oliver Searle


A work for symphony orchestra, inspired by the history, music and buidlings along Sauchiehall Street in Glasgow.



Instrumentation Genre Ensemble (with conductor)
Tag orchestra
Duration 9 minutes
Instrumentation Piccolo [1 player]; Flute [2 players]; Oboe [2 players]; Cor anglais [1 player]; Clarinet [2 players]; Bass clarinet [1 player]; Bassoon [2 players]; Contrabassoon [1 player]; Horn [4 players]; Trumpet [2 players]; Trombone [2 players]; Bass trombone [1 player]; Tuba [1 player]; Percussion [2 players] (Glockenspiel, Snare drum, Tom-Toms, Vibraphone); Percussion [1 player] (Timpani); Violin 1 (section) [12 players]; Violin 2 (section) [10 players]; Viola (section) [8 players]; Cello (section) [6 players]; Doublebass (section) [4 players]

Performances of this work

Date Venue Performer Link
31/01/2018 RSNO New Auditorium, Glasgow, Scotland, UK Concert Review

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