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Tania De Jong - The Everlasting Light     Classical 02/09/2017
Tania de Jong is an acclaimed soprano who presents magical performances across classical, music theatre, contemporary, spiritual and world genres.
The Everlasting Light is a high quality recording of a beautiful classical crossover piece featuring the powerful soprano voice of Tania de Jong and the piano work of Anthony Barnhill. One of the originals from her new album, Tania's voice soars above the strings and orchestra creating a wonderful ambience.

Australian Chamber Orchestra - Prelude     Classical, Soundtrack (Film Related) 09/08/2017
Australian violinist, conductor and composer, Richard Tognetti has established an international reputation for his compelling performances and artistic individualism.
Composed by Richard Tognetti for the Jennifer Peedom directed film Mountain, Prelude was written to mirror the serenity, magnitude and terror of the landscapes featured in the film.

Other tracks by Australian Chamber Orchestra:  Majesty  -  Sublime
Tania de Jong - Flying Free     Classical, World 02/08/2017
Tania de Jong is an acclaimed soprano who presents magical performances across classical, music theatre, contemporary, spiritual and world genres.
The song is a delightful classical crossover piece featuring the beautiful soprano voice of Tania de Jong and the Piano work of Anthony Barnhill. The full orchestral backing adds the richness and depth the song deserves.

John Bell & Simon Tedeschi - Part 1: It Chanced One Evening     Classical 28/07/2017
Two of Australia’s finest storytellers, actor John Bell and pianist Simon Tedeschi, in a new groundbreaking recording of Enoch Arden.
Enoch Arden is the story of three childhood friends, Enoch Arden, Philip Ray and Annie Lee. This new recording presents a rare insight into the pathos of Enoch Arden’s story, an exploration of humanity just as relevant in 2017 as when it was first written.

Slava Grigoryan - Cello Suite No. 1 Prelude     Classical 24/07/2017
Grigoryan is renowned as one of the world’s most talented, sought-after and versatile instrumentalists. He collaborates with orchestras globally, and forms a long-standing duo with his brother Leonard.
A world-premiere recording of the baroque masterpiece on baritone guitar - it is fresh, melancholic and draws out rhythmic grooves inherent in Bach's music.

2018 AIR AWARDS NOMINEE: Best Independent Classical Album (Bach: Cello Suites Volume II)

Genevieve Lacey & James Crabb - Recercada Segunda     Classical 24/07/2017
Lacey is an ARIA Award-winning virtuoso with a series of highly acclaimed albums to her name while Crabb is internationally acknowledged as one of the finest accordionists of his generation.
A magical marriage of recorder and accordion, this vivacious track is intricate, seductive and reflects astonishing virtuosity.

Australian Chamber Orchestra/Richard Tognetti - Symphony No. 40 in G minor, KV550, I. Molto allegro     Classical, Classical 24/07/2017
The Australian Chamber Orchestra is renowned globally for its inspired programming and here, it is directed from the violin by newly appointed Artistic Director Richard Tognetti.
A triumphant account of one of Mozart's three final symphonies.

Al Davies - Blue Sapphire     Classical, Chill, Ambience, Instrumental 13/07/2017
Relax and unwind on a journey of beautifully blended Classical/Spanish guitar. This gifted artist's soothing technique, will leave you calm and refreshed.
Fossicking for gemstones at the beginning of our adventure around Australia, my wife and I found a beautiful Blue Sapphire, which symbolized and inspired my freedom to travel this great land.

Other tracks by Al Davies:  Schapelle  -  White Lotus
Jayson Gillham - Medtner Piano Concerto No 1 - Allegro     Classical 12/07/2017
Born and raised in Queensland, pianist Jayson Gillham is recognised as one of the finest pianists of his generation. He is internationally praised for his compelling performances and relentless elegance.
Gillham harnesses the intense drama of Medtner’s Piano Concerto No. 1 in C minor, Op. 33 in this movement and takes listeners on a journey of rediscovering the healing power of music.

Other tracks by Jayson Gillham:  Rachmaninoff Piano Concerto No.2 - Allegro Scherzando  -  Rachmaninoff Prelude Op 23 No. 4
Elise McCann - Naughty     Classical, Soundtrack (Film Related) 05/07/2017
With an outstanding list of credits to her name, Elise McCann is one of Australia’s most unique modern day performers.
A delightful take on 'Naughty' from Tim Minchin's Matilda musical.

Other tracks by Elise McCann:  It Must Be Believed To Be Seen  -  Pure Imagination
Various Artists - The Pearl Fishers: Duet     Classical 05/07/2017
Various classical composers in this deluxe compilation include Puccini, Strauss, Bizet and Wagner; Rachmaninoff, Vaughan Williams, Mozart and Beethoven.
The standout duet in Bizet's orchestrally rich and exotic three-act opera.

Other tracks by Various Artists:  Rusalka: Song to the Moon  -  ‘Enigma’ Variations: Nimrod
Kim Cannan - Desert Dance     Christian, Instrumental, World, Ambience 16/06/2017
Kim's music has been described as "organic". Her inspiration comes from various places and cultures which blend beautifully on her albums. Kim is passionate about the healing sounds of music
Desert Dance has a middle eastern flavour blending ancient instruments such as Harp and Didgeridoo. It is like taking a journey through the desert.

Other tracks by Kim Cannan:  Spring Morn  -  Bronze Flame
Peter Cavallo - A Matter of the Soul     Classical, Instrumental, Ambience, Soundtrack (Film Related) 16/06/2017
An award winning Australian composer who is a true storyteller, meticulously weaving emotion into his work that creates a personal and touching human experience.
A sensitive piece featuring piano and solo violin. A beautiful and touching track that caresses the soul with yearning violin melodies weeping over a simple piano background.

Other tracks by Peter Cavallo:  Human Frailty  -  In Love Again
Fiona Joy - Through Cloud     Classical, World 08/06/2017
Fiona Joy’s latest release on Blue Coast Records, ‘Into The Mist’, epitomizes the art of contemporary solo piano recording in todays market.
Fiona's use of the 1885 Steinway Grand and the evident super high resolution recording of this tracks make it an absolute joy to listen to.

Other tracks by Fiona Joy:  Galloping
Peter Coleman-Wright and Nexas Quartet - Ballade vom angenehmen     Classical 16/05/2017
Coleman-Wright is regarded as one of the world’s leading baritones, with a stellar career in leading concert halls such as the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden & Sydney Opera House.
The arrangement of this track for baritone and saxophone quartet reflects a combination that would have been familiar to the clubs and bars where much of this music was first performed.

Other tracks by Peter Coleman-Wright and Nexas Quartet:  Mack the Knife
Australian Chamber Orchestra - Cavatina: Adagio molto espressivo - from String Quartet in B-flat major, Op. 130 (with Grosse Fuge, Op. 133) by Beethoven     Classical, Cover Version 02/05/2017
One of the world’s most lauded chamber ensembles, the Australian Chamber Orchestra is renowned for its inspired programming and unrivalled virtuosity, energy and individuality.
Beethoven’s Grosse Fuge was originally conceived as the final movement to his last string quartet; in it, the genre moves away from salon music into what Tognetti describes as “hyper-controlled cacophony, rousing responses ranging from rapture to despair”.

Grigoryan Brothers - Bach Arioso     Classical, Acoustic 02/05/2017
The Grigoryan Brothers, individually and as a duo, are counted among the finest musicians of their generation. Between them, they have clocked up an incredible 21 ARIA Award nominations.
A melancholic guitar duo arrangement of the Bach work.

2018 AIR AWARDS NOMINEE: Best Independent Classical Album (Songs Without Words)

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Other tracks by Grigoryan Brothers:  Dvorak Songs My Mother Taught Me  -  Tchaikovsky None but the Lonely Heart
Sally Maer - O mio babbino caro from Gianni Schicchi     Classical 02/05/2017
British-Australian cellist Sally Maer performs with the Sydney Symphony Orchestra and is a recording artist with ABC Classics.
From triumph to tragedy, Maer celebrates the grandeur and brilliance of great opera, with her cello accompanied by the rich sound of the full orchestra. By turns intimate and majestic, the cello proves the perfect vehicle for some of the greatest melodies by Verdi, Puccini, Mozart, Handel, Faure and more.

Other tracks by Sally Maer:  Toreador’s Song from Carmen  -  Time to Say Goodbye
Tamil Rogeon - The Splendour (feat. Bobby Valentine)     Funk/Soul, Pop, Jazz, Roots 14/04/2017
Melbourne violinist/composer from The RAah Project, Harvey Sutherland & Bermuda, True Live. Composed for Melbourne Symphony Orchestra and Aloe Blacc (separately!). Projects supported by Gilles Peterson (BBC), The Guardian, etc
For fans of Miguel Atwood-Ferguson, Cinematic Orchestra, Bernard Hermann, Henry Mancini, Antonio Carlos Jobim.

Played by Gilles Peterson. Features Bobby Valentine, Doug de Vries, Orchestra Victoria + percussion recorded in Brazil.

LP/CD launch @ The Night Cat 28.04 w/ Allysha Joy (30/70), Australian Youth Orchestra + guests Krakatau and Prequel.

Other tracks by Tamil Rogeon:  Jealousy (feat. Raashan Ahmad)  -  Mid Morning (feat. Orchestra Victoria)
Elizabeth Anderson & Laura Vaughan - Fugue in C Major, BWV 952     Classical, Instrumental, Atmospheric 06/04/2017
Elizabeth Anderson has performed in many, many international concert tours to Europe, Japan and Singapore. She is a regular guest lecturer and performer at universities and music schools throughout Australia.
Considering the fame of Bach’s solo violin partitas and his solo cello suites, it is remarkable how his sonatas for viola da gamba and keyboard remain in the shadows, at best, of most music-lovers’ consciousness. Here they are performed sweetly and masterfully in Harpsichord and Viola de Gamba.