Unlucky for Some

Steve Davismoon, Roger Mcgough (Composer), Pete Davison (Performer)

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Abstract

Unlucky for Some - two settings of poems by Roger McGough from the cycle ‘Unlucky for Some’ was commissioned by the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra to coincide with their 50th anniversary celebrations of the publications of ‘The Mersey Sound’ and McGough’s ‘Summer with Monika.’ ‘Unlucky for Some’ was performed by the RLPO’s new music group Ensemble 10/10 featuring the soprano Aniko Toth, conducted by Pete Davison – Saturday 17th June 2017 Rose Theatre, Edge Hill University; 27th, 28th June and 16th July 2017 at the Music Room, Liverpool Philharmonic. The two poems set are: 'What do I do for a living' and 'I try to take up little space.'
Original languageEnglish
Media of outputOther
Publication statusAccepted/In press - 17 Jun 2017

Keywords

  • Text and music
  • hauntology and music

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    Davismoon, S. (Author), Mcgough, R. (Composer), & Davison, P. (Performer). (Accepted/In press). Unlucky for Some. Composition