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Steven Armstrong - Great Is thy Faithfulness     Christian, Instrumental, Easy Listening, Cover Version 08/11/2012
Inspired. Refreshing. Soul stirring. Highly impressive. Highly professional. Captivating artistic interpretations executed with stunning technical command and deep expressivity. Raw artistry. Set apart.
A stunning version of an old classic. Beautifully arranged and executed with great lyricism and drama. One of a kind.

Other tracks by Steven Armstrong:  Guide Me O, Thy Great Jehovah  -  Blessed Assurance
Sergio Ercole - Primo Incontro     Classical, World 07/08/2012
Sergio Ercole is one of Australia's leading Latin/classical guitarists.
Through Primo Incontro, the listener is transported to an imaginary village of cobblestone alleyways where it’s impossible to not join in the party and give in to its melody. The classical guitar is joined by percussion and other guitars to help with the party atmosphere.

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Solla Sollew - Sting     Electronic, Classical, Folk, Pop 30/07/2012
Solla Sollew is an original Melbourne-based band formed by Dave Long and Lee Goral. Played gigs and festivals throughout Melbourne and surrounds, musically they're classical/electronic, and folk. Dare your senses.
"Sting" is a solemn track which exudes a deep dark mood, with piano melodies and sauntering string arrangements. Slow in tempo, Sting has the quality of a dark film score waiting to happen. Cinematic songs of love and loss.

fiona joy hawkins - Flight of the Albatross     World, Classical, Acoustic, Ambience 01/06/2012
Live at the Q with Fiona Joy Hawkins and The Blue Dream Ensemble is a standout Celtic/New Age performance. Favourites from Hawkins' award winning albums come to life.
Piano based Orchestral, with Irish Whistle - beautiful, thematic

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Other tracks by fiona joy hawkins:  Moving On  -  Standing Up
Sally Greenaway - Around The World     Classical 25/05/2012
Sally Greenaway recorded by Artsound FM 92.7, Canberra
Sally Greenaway is a Canberra based Musician/Composer/Arranger, this track is performed by her ensemble 'Wicked Strings' recorded live in ArtSounds recording studio.

Other tracks by Sally Greenaway:  Groove 'Belle  -  Czardas
Telafonica - There's Something About Your Face (Raven Version)     Pop, Experimental, Atmospheric, Classical 03/05/2012
Telafonica blends cutting edge electronica with traditional pop songs, abstract melodies with toy and acoustic instruments, electric bluster with melancholy introspection.
Peter Hollo is known to different people via his different guises. Folktronic guru radio broadcaster via his FBi Radio show, 'Utility Fog'; member of experimental string quartet, Fourplay, renowned for their left-field cover versions and exploratory instrumentals. As Raven, here, he re-records every sound from Telafonica's original on cello.

Other tracks by Telafonica:  There's Something About Your Face (Hinterlandt Version)  -  There's Something About Your Face (Genlevel Version)
Band Of Brothers - Luka     Classical, Folk 27/04/2012
Band of Brothers recorded by Radio Adelaide during WOMADelaide 2011.
Two sets of virtuoso siblings – Slava and Leonard Grigoryan on guitars, with Joseph Tawadros on oud and his brother James on req - in a stunning live performance at Womadelaide 2011

Other tracks by Band Of Brothers:  Blackbird  -  Freo
Chooka Parker - Blue Mountains Rhapsody     Classical, Soundscapes, Instrumental, Atmospheric 19/03/2012
Chooka Parker is a self-taught pianist who improvises his pieces. He has the ability to transfer his feelings into music and many describe him as a prodigy,freak and Beethoven reborn.
This song has the feeling of driving through the country side like the Blue Mountains. It contains the beauty of nature around which progresses with the song.

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Other tracks by Chooka Parker:  Variations on Fur Elise  -  Asian Blues 2
Collision Theory - Aqueous     Classical 16/02/2012
Collision Theory recorded by 3MBS for 'Musical Portraits 2011'
Collision Theory is a Melbourne-based percussion duo, featuring Arwen Johnston and Amy Valent. The core of their repertoire is performed on 5-octave marimba and 4-octave vibrophone, as can be heard here on their composition 'Aqueous'

Caerwen Martin - Leaves     Classical, Experimental 16/02/2012
Carewin Martin recorded for 'Musical Portraits 2011' by 3MBS
As director of the Silo String Quartet, Caerwen Martin has been at the forefront of the development, performance and recording of contemporary Australian string quartet repertoire. This original composition is for electric cello.

Per Forsberg and Associate Artists - Concerto for Tuba and Orchestra by Ralph Vaughan-Williams (arr. Forsberg)     Classical, Live Performance 16/02/2012
Per Forsberg and Associate Artists recorded by 3MBS for 'Musical Portraits 2011'
Per is Principal Tuba in the Australian Philharmonic Orchestra/Australian Pops Orchestra and Royal Melbourne Philharmonic Orchestra. This track features Per's own arrangement of the Vaughan-Williams Tuba Concerto, transcribed for Tuba and Wind Quintet

Susan Hawkins - While He Slept     Classical, Experimental, Chill 09/02/2012
Susan Hawkins’ music demands that you listen – like you listened as a child, wide-eyed at the night. Profoundly dreamlike: melodies rise and fade; rhythms merge and submerge.
'while He Slept' immediately places the listener in a rich and evocative space, a world to enter the imagination. Featuring a solo violin performance by Benjamin Greaves (AUS), and bass clarinet by Matt Engells (USA).

Other tracks by Susan Hawkins:  Waltz For Jess  -  A Walk, In Part
David Chesworth Ensemble - Apoh Jenah     World, Classical, Experimental, Pop 14/12/2011
David Chesworth Ensemble creates vast soundscapes of orchestral and exotic instruments delivering a catchy feast of infectious melody and rhythm
A quiet start with marimba and voices with quirky melodies and rhythms develops into a gypsy - like anthem, with fun break-out melodies on violin and trombone, which builds into a great climax

Ruth Roshan & Tango Noir - Darling....Keep it To Yourself.     Classical, World 02/12/2011
Ruth Roshan's compositions evoke the atmosphere of 1920's Berlin cabarets.
A song of defiance, set to a dramatic Tango rhythm.

The Scrapes - Closed Circuit     Classical, Rock, Atmospheric 18/11/2011
The Scrapes are a duo consisting of electric violin and guitar. Formed in early 2009, The Scrapes truly march to the beat of their own drum.
Closed Circuit is a piece that rides along a climactic drone sequence until breaking the surface for air with some dusty country guitar and screeching violin. Originally made as a soundtrack to a short film.

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Other tracks by The Scrapes:  Kali Yuga Sunrise  -  Close Enough To Touch
Karen Heath - Early     Pop, Soundtrack (Film Related) 16/11/2011
Dreamlike and hypnotic, Karen Heath draws from inspired influences in the post-progressive pop world. Fusing together orchestral sounds, vocals, koto and electronica beats, her music is uniquely lyrical.
'Early' by Karen Heath is the first single released by this artist. With vocals and strings recorded at Abbey Road Studio, the journey within this track is succinct: framed by the gorgeous sounds of harp and marimba, the evocative nature of this piece is unparalleled.

Teddy Tahu Rhodes - Die Forelle (The Trout)     Classical 09/11/2011
One of the world’s great baritones sings music of profound depth and beauty. Brahms’s Four Serious Songs, written as the composer faced his own death.
A jolly tune, which reveal the composer’s incomparable genius for expressing in music the full range of human feelings. And Samuel Barber’s Dover Beach finds hope in the midst of despair, holding out love as a beacon in the darkest moments of the human struggle.

Latitude 37 - La Spagnoletta     Classical, World, Instrumental 04/11/2011
Named after the latitudinal position which links Melbourne to New Zealand, the Baroque trio united in their passion for historically informed performance of 16th to 18th century music.
A fun and percussive track where ‘pop music’ of the 17th Century – the hip tunes, the attention grabbing hooks, the musical show pieces – is transferred into the 21st Century.

Sally Whitwell - Opening – Philip Glass     Classical, Atmospheric 03/11/2011
Pianist Sally Whitwell, a busy freelance career as performer, teacher and arranger in a variety of styles encompassing everything from classical music and new Australian commissions to showtunes and pop.
The composer Philip Glass is that rarest of contemporary ‘classical’ composers – a musician who has revolutionized the way art music is composed and found a massive audience in doing so. As much a pop and cult phenomenon as he is a descendant of Beethoven.

Karin Schaupp Flinders Quartet - Tangata de Agosto     Classical, World 03/11/2011
Classical guitar virtuoso Karin Schaupp teams up with Melbourne’s hottest string quartet in a display of passion and style for which they are both renowned.
The word 'tangata' is the composer's own creation, a portmanteau of 'tango' and 'sonata' which combines classical and popular Argentinian musical styles that are energetic and sultry