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Mark John McEncroe - Introspective Moments     Classical, Contemporary Classical 27/09/2019
McEncroe, a retired chef and music executive, came to music later in life and began studying piano seriously at the age of 37
The original conception of both Volumes 1 & 2 that I wrote for piano was an expression of me looking reflectively and nostalgically back on my past life which has been a wonderful mixed bag. As such, these pieces can best be described as very personal.

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Other tracks by Mark John McEncroe:  A Fish With the Blues
Hugh Crosthwaite - The Natural Order     Classical, Instrumental, Contemporary Classical, Easy Listening 19/09/2019
Hugh Crosthwaite is a Melbournian composer and producer. Hugh is inspired as a composer by social issues and, in particular, the natural environment and climate change.
The Natural Order is the first movement of Cassandra. It lays down the context for remainder of the work. Some consequences are unavoidable.

Other tracks by Hugh Crosthwaite:  Knowledge Threat  -  Warning Catastrophe
Hashshashin - Shrines Of The Wakhan     Classical, Ambience 11/09/2019
"Hashshashin’s debut album is a journey that will make you travel through deserts and oases, mountain ranges and death valleys with a Middle-Eastern aura of mysticism only enhancing the experience."
“(Hashshashin’s) music is powerful and muscular and ranges from full on psychedelic rock-outs to fully hypnotising drone. Often ragged and cathartic, this is, in its own way, soul music, music that taps into a primal, tribal, part of our consciousness that we, in our too comfortable Western civilisation, rarely draw from.” - Echoes And Dust

Hashshashin - Sarhadd     Classical, Atmospheric 22/08/2019
"Hashshashin’s debut album is a journey that will make you travel through deserts and oases, mountain ranges and death valleys with a Middle-Eastern aura of mysticism only enhancing the experience."
“(Hashshashin’s) music is powerful and muscular and ranges from full on psychedelic rock-outs to fully hypnotising drone. Often ragged and cathartic, this is, in its own way, soul music, music that taps into a primal, tribal, part of our consciousness that we, in our too comfortable Western civilisation, rarely draw from.” - Echoes And Dust

Apsara - Know All Things     Classical 14/08/2019
Apsara is created by classically trained musician and opera singer Michaele Archer.
Beginning with a string section backing, this medieval classical piece by Apsara vocalist, Michaele Archer, is inspired by a poem and sayings of the Buddha dating from around 580BC.

Other tracks by Apsara:  Galatea  -  Dido and Aeneas
Joshua Moriarty - Swimming     Classical, Instrumental, Easy Listening 14/08/2019
Joshua Moriarty is a member of Miami Horror & alt-rock outfit All The Colours. He hosts music podcast 'The Bottom Of It', guests include Reggie Watts, QOTSA and Mark Mothersbaugh (DEVO).
Piano and cello mixed with gentle electronica, soothing and evocative without being overwrought.

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Other tracks by Joshua Moriarty:  Virgin Girl  -  Red Dog
Fiona Joy Hawkins & Rebecca Daniel - Elegy     Classical, Instrumental 02/08/2019
‘The Lightness of Dark’ by Fiona Joy Hawkins & Rebecca Daniel is an ethereal and collaborative journey into the depths of loss and recovery.
A hauntingly beautiful melody begins this exquisitely performed piece and continues to entrance the listener as it progresses through various movements.

Other tracks by Fiona Joy Hawkins & Rebecca Daniel:  Finding The Way Out  -  Empty Moments
Andrew Anderson - Piano Quartet No. 1 in C Minor: Movement I     Classical, Instrumental 01/08/2019
Anderson's works have been recorded by the Czech Philharmonic and the Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra and have been performed by The Consort of Melbourne, Omega Ensemble, and the Streeton Trio.
The first quartet is reminiscent of the virtuoso chamber works of Dussek and Hummel, with a dash of Dvořák. And yet, its sound is decidedly modern. Not only is the work stunningly well-proportioned, it effortlessly adheres to the classical sonata form – not in a rigid, miniaturized way of imitation, but completely naturally.

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Other tracks by Andrew Anderson:  PIANO QUARTET NO. 1 IN C MINOR movement III  -  PIANO QUARTET NO. 1 IN C MINOR Movement IV
Lachlan Skipworth - Clarinet Quintet     Classical, Instrumental 31/07/2019
Skipworth writes orchestral, chamber, vocal, and experimental music. His musical language is colored by years spent immersed in the study of the shakuhachi bamboo flute.
In the first moments of the Clarinet Quintet, listeners are drawn into his unique sound world with its cascade of angular string entries. Against this, the round cool tone of the main clarinet line articulates, expanding slowly from a single note into the beautiful and at times dramatic melodic line.

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Other tracks by Lachlan Skipworth:  The Night Sky Fall
Melany Thompson - Lucy's Lullaby     Classical, Instrumental, Easy Listening, Acoustic 31/07/2019
Melany is a solo piano player and composer. Having grown up in the blue mountains she now resides in Sydney with her husband and two children.
Lucy's Lullaby is a peaceful and emotive solo piano piece. The listener will form their own story to accompany the music, however it was written about acceptance. It is about accepting change, and that people often flow in and out of your life.

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Other tracks by Melany Thompson:  Autumn Dancing  -  Timeless (The Wedding Song)
Dale Cornelius - Transience (Portals No.3)     Classical, Ambience, Chill, Instrumental 30/07/2019
Melbourne composer & musician, Dale Cornelius, writes and performs ambient electro music which is cinematic, in it's sense of story, emotionally evocative, and highly textural and layered.
Transience is about things temporal, transient states of being, cycles of life, death; that which is fleeting and the fragility of what surrounds us. This is part of a series of compositions titled Portals, the first of which, will feature on Cornelius' forthcoming EP.

Anna Shelley - The Other     Classical, Atmospheric, Ambience, Experimental 10/07/2019
Anna Shelley is an artist based on the Mornington Peninsula, Victoria, focusing on meditative dreamscapes.
The Other is is a meditative journey through sound, a soundtrack to dreaming, a visit to other realms. Minimal, rich, and peaceful.

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Justin Hunter - Anywhere Elsewhere     Classical, Instrumental 19/06/2019
Justin Hunter is an accomplished pianist from the Blue Mountains who creates waves of emotion and exalts unbridled passion every time he touches the keys.
Justin Hunter is back with another relaxing neo-classical piano piece. "Anywhere Elsewhere" is a mesmerising instrumental that will take you from where you are to where you want to be in a second, so close your eyes and allow Justin to transport you into your dreams.

Ensemble Offspring - Vibe Rant     Classical, Experimental, Instrumental 14/06/2019
Ensemble Offspring are new music champions. Led by acclaimed percussionist Claire Edwardes, a devotion to fearless music-making has seen EO premiere over 200 works over the course of 25 years.
Vibe Rant refers to the abbreviated form of vibraphone: ‘vibes’, and also ‘rant’, from the Dutch word ‘ranten’: to talk nonsense. Together these words form ‘vibrant’, which is the overall mood of the piece. Vibe Rant sets up a series of juxtapositions, creating a stylistic patchwork that embraces influences from vernacular genres including jazz, pop, hip-hop, dance, rock, and metal.

Other tracks by Ensemble Offspring:  Tardigradus  -  Avialae
Andrian Pertout - Balada: Homenaje a Arthur Benjamin     Classical, Experimental, Instrumental 21/05/2019
Luz Meridional, composed by Andrián Pertout for pianist Michael Kieran Harvey. Comprising 24 solo piano études each piece contains a quotation from an early Australian composer.
Toward the style of Arthur Benjamin - and also not!
A lively piece of musical art, crafted superbly by Michael Kieran Harvey - jumping from note to note, register to register, frenetic and electrifying!

Other tracks by Andrian Pertout:  Bagatela: Homenaje a Keith Humble  -  Seis perfiles: Homenaje a Margaret Sutherland
Justin Hunter - Moonlite     Classical, Instrumental 03/05/2019
Justin Hunter is an accomplished pianist from the Blue Mountains who creates waves of emotion and exalts unbridled passion every time he touches the keys.
An ode to Beethoven's "Moonlight Sonata" and his hometown of Katoomba, Justin Hunter captures the dark, misty covered mountains in every note of this beautiful piano composition, "Moonlite." Hunter uses music as a way of communicating and expressing himself to the listener, notating his imagination in the process.

fiona joy hawkins - Invisible Train     Classical, Instrumental, Acoustic 24/04/2019
Ethereal Neo-Classical piano, vocals and instrumentation who loves touring, recording, was an ARIA Finalist and hd a song on a Grammy Winning album.
Energetic but ethereal Piano , Violin, EWI and percussion that brings to life the fairytale story of the Little Red Caboose.

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Other tracks by fiona joy hawkins:  Grace  -  Little Star
Oz Harte - Michael     Classical, Instrumental, Atmospheric, Soundscapes 15/04/2019
English born Irish Australian who understands Croatian! Composer, Songwriter, Video & Record Producer. Composer of original EDM, Shuffle, Reggae, Croatian & Classical music. Member APRA AMCOS.
The leitmotif sought to capture the natural ability my eldest son, Michael, for deep thought, his hidden but overarching whimsy and playfulness and his taste and appreciation for the film scores of John Williams.

Other tracks by Oz Harte:  Ode to Harpsichord Parts I & II  -  Scherzo
David Hush & Hamed Sadeghi - Yes     Classical 05/04/2019
This duo project between Hush and Sadeghi takes two instrumental masters pairing piano and tar to create 10 tracks of suspenseful, meditative and contrasting music.
Yes is the first single from Harmony. As Hush’s piano opens up the song with a smooth developing form, Sadeghi’s tar eventually arrives, taking the listener to a far-away place. The song seems a thousand miles away from the warmth of Hush’s piano, but nonetheless a keen ear will still hear compositional and note similarities between each instrumental performance

Sarah Mary Chadwick - The Queen Who Stole The Sky     Classical 04/04/2019
The prolific Sarah Mary Chadwick returns with ‘The Queen Who Stole The Sky’, an album performed and recorded live on Melbourne Town Hall’s 147 year-old grand organ.
‘The Queen Who Stole The Sky’ is undeniably commanding, yet punctuated by points of intimacy. The songs have a narrative-like quality, unfolding themselves before their audience. SMC's command of the grand organ is testament to her musicality – the sheer size of the instrument could so easily drown out the nuances of the songwriting – but not so for Sarah.