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Full Moon Rhyme

for SSA choir and piano

Year:  2008   ·  Duration:  3m 20s

Year:  2008
Duration:  3m 20s

Composer:   David Hamilton

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David Hamilton: Full Moon R...

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About

This poem, by Australian poet Judith Wright (1915-2000) is a simple image of dogs chasing a hare in the light of the full moon. The hare is imagined as jumping into the moon, while the dogs can only howl at the moon in frustration.

Judith Wright spent much of her life involved in campaigning for Aboriginal rights and fighting against environmental destruction.


Dedication note

Written for Leading Notes choir from Westlake Girls High School and its conductor Fiona Wilson


Text note

Text by Judith Wright


Performance history

Performed by Leading Notes in 2008, conducted by Fiona Wilson.