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John Sangster - A little swamp music (with doo-wups)     Jazz 22/08/2019
John Sangster was one of the most talented Australian jazz musicians of all time, a technician and creator who embraced and understood more styles of music than any other.
Firstly the orchestral swampy part, then some more mysterioso from Tony, Smedley and Slugs. The two clarinets enter, Darky on the right-hand and Paul on the left-hand channel. And the doo-wuppery begins.

Other tracks by John Sangster:  Three moons (two up, one down)  -  Doo wup doo-wup t’wuthers
John Sangster - A song for Bo     Jazz, Jazz, Instrumental 22/08/2019
John Sangster was one of the most talented Australian jazz musicians of all time, a technician and creator who embraced and understood more styles of music than any other.
Clarinets, Len’s finger-cymbals, Bob’s plunger solo. The one where he holds the plunger just out a bit. Then the saxes, with Bob this time in the Harmon mute, and then John Costelloe. There’s a recurring motif in most of the pieces that make up this Suite; built of triplets, it tells her name.

Other tracks by John Sangster:  Little lively one  -  Little sweet one
John Sangster - Ripper     Jazz, Blues, Instrumental 22/08/2019
John Sangster was one of the most talented Australian jazz musicians of all time, a technician and creator who embraced and understood more styles of music than any other.
Starting down the Spencer Street end

Other tracks by John Sangster:  The right time the right place  -  That’s it
John Sangster - Take that     Jazz, Blues, Instrumental 22/08/2019
John Sangster was one of the most talented Australian jazz musicians of all time, a technician and creator who embraced and understood more styles of music than any other.
The good old days

Other tracks by John Sangster:  It’s a sad thing  -  Look out
John Sangster - What’s for openers?     Jazz, Jazz, Instrumental 22/08/2019
John Sangster was one of the most talented Australian jazz musicians of all time, a technician and creator who embraced and understood more styles of music than any other.
Small big band ... Sango strikes again, blues and all

Other tracks by John Sangster:  The loper  -  The long line
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
Various - Tony Gould - Heritage     Jazz, Instrumental, Easy Listening 21/05/2019
A special CD to celebrate Move Records’ 50th year. Twenty-four Australian composers were invited to create a new short work for this special commemorative disc.
A spontaneous recording to celebrate Move Records’ 50th by Tony Gould, played on the Yamaha C7 grand piano, chosen by him 25 years ago, which has lived in the Move studio ever since. A brief but delightful song, with warmth, sparkling light and sombre beauty - it leaves you wanting more!

Other tracks by Various:  Michael Bertram - Iconoclast 2  -  Linda Kouvaras - Northcote Days
Claire Edwardes - Nostalgia     Electronic, Instrumental, Atmospheric, Electronic 20/09/2018
Internationally acclaimed percussion soloist, chamber musician and artistic director of Ensemble Offspring, Claire Edwardes has been described as a ‘sorceress of percussion’ performing with ‘spellbinding intensity’ and ‘graceful virtuosity’.
Arranged here for solo vibraphone, Nostalgia was originally from movement II of The Shaman, a concerto for percussion and orchestra. It was written by Vincent Ho. It is a captivating piece, drawing the listener to discover where the magical Vibraphonic notes are going.....

Other tracks by Claire Edwardes:  Counterpoint: No Man  -  Leafcutter
Derek Jones - Journey to Serenity     Classical, Atmospheric, Instrumental, Soundscapes 20/09/2018
Derek Jones has enjoyed an extensive performing career throughout Australia, Europe, USA, and Asia, including solo performances with the major Australian OPrchestras,and solo performance at Carnegie Hall, New York.
The suitably named track "Journey to Serenity" delivers on its title's promise. It enables the listener to travel to place where one can observe places in the mind and spirit that are subtle and mystical. Using keyboard and synthesizer tracks, the flute is improvised, inviting and illuminating.

Other tracks by Derek Jones:  Violet Rays  -  Blue Star
Julian Yu - What for Elise?     Classical, Instrumental 20/09/2018
The multi-award winning Australian composer Julian Yu employs a musical language imbued with elegance and expressiveness, which are both enhanced by an impeccable craft and special attention to detail.
Julian Yu’s notes on each piece of this CD are whimsical, yet full of his broad knowledge and depth of composition. What For Elise is one of the Twenty “tongue-in-cheek” CUTETUDES that start the CD. The familiar wrapping paper of this song contains unexpected presents from far and wide.

Other tracks by Julian Yu:  To Comrade Shostakovich  -  Promenade
Julian Yu, Robert Schubert, Trio Varie - Classical Stories - To Comrade Shostakovich     Classical, Instrumental 20/09/2018
Multi-award winning Australian composer Julian Yu employs a musical language imbued with a high degree of elegance and expressiveness, enhanced by an impeccable craft and special attention to detail.
The melody, originally sung by a children's choir in Song of the Forest, reminded Julian of a Chinese folk dance and so the pairing was made. He didn't stop there, though: throughout the piece Shostakovich's signature motif (D E-flat C B) appears many times; the "Internationale" can be heard, and there is also a quote from Shostakovich's Symphony No. 7.

Other tracks by Julian Yu, Robert Schubert, Trio Varie:  Symphony from the Old World (Dvorak in China) - Largo  -  Phone Call to Mozart
Peter Sheridan and The Monash University Flute Ensemble - Portrait de l'homme du commun     Classical, Instrumental, Easy Listening 20/09/2018
The Monash University Flute Ensemble is directed by Peter Sheridan, a specialist in low flutes. The flautists perform on a wide array of instruments from the modern day flute ensemble.
Monash University music graduate James Mustafa wrote this short, eloquent piece, featuring evocative tones of the low flutes. The opening chords are are beautifully voiced, exposing the low frequencies of the ensemble and their voice-like qualities. The intro makes way for the haunting flute melody, which unfolds with the beauty of a low flower.

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Other tracks by Peter Sheridan and The Monash University Flute Ensemble:  Danse Fantastique, Op. 6: No. 11  -  Over the Rainbow
Sally Greenaway - Finale: 7 Great Inventions     Jazz, Blues, Atmospheric, Soundscapes 20/09/2018
Award winning Canberra-based composer-pianist Sally Greenaway works in a multiplicity of styles and genres, from orchestral film and concert works to jazz ensemble, big band, chamber and vocal music.
This Finale brings the return of several of the musical themes from each of the pieces in the suite together in a medley or overture. It reminds us of the journey we have taken, and bookends nicely with the final bars scored for solo ragtime piano.

Other tracks by Sally Greenaway:  Invention Reinvention  -  The Mechanical Brain
Tony Gould, Graeme Lyall - Heather on the Hill     Jazz, Easy Listening, Blues, Cover Version 20/09/2018
Pianist and composer Tony Gould is one of Australia’s most respected musicians. His career has embraced many styles of music: jazz and other improvisatory musics, traditional and contemporary classical musics.
It's not just the notes, but the space between them - the lovely space Tony Gould and Graham Lyall give to this standard treats the lucky listener to a beautiful, peaceful journey. It's the feeling of coming home, enhanced by one of Australia's most gifted melody makers.

Other tracks by Tony Gould, Graeme Lyall:  Someone to Watch Over Me  -  The Way You Look Tonight
Zoë Knighton - Suite No. 2 in D minor, BWV 1008, Menuet 1 and 2     Classical, Instrumental 20/09/2018
Zoë is at the fore of a new generation of performer intent on forging an innovative path for the enjoyment of 'classical' music, and a founding member of Flinders Quartet
The debate still rages about the origins and intention behind these suites. They are the heartbeat of the cello repertoire and are true windows into Bach's world. This piece evokes the antithesis of innocence, teenage/early adulthood, and the anguish of self discovery.

Other tracks by Zoë Knighton:  Suite No. 6 in D major, BWV 1012: Prelude  -  Suite no. 5 in C minor, BWV 1011 : Courante
Zoe Knighton and Ian Munro - Jean Sibelius: Op. 78: no. 2 Romance     Classical, Instrumental 20/09/2018
Zoë is at the fore of a new generation of performer forging an innovative path for the enjoyment of 'classical' music. She is a founding member of Flinders Quartet.
From four pieces for violin (or cello) and piano, Sibelius wrote all during WW1 with an air of optimism. He felt Romance was too traditional, but despite this, it is one of his most poular short pieces. This piece offers a "refreshing layer within the release"
- Stephanie Eslake, Limelight.

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Other tracks by Zoe Knighton and Ian Munro:  Elegiac melodies, Op. 34 Herzwunden
Zoe Knighton, Gian Slater, Sonya Lifschitz - I Am Alone     Classical, Acoustic, Folk 20/09/2018
Zoë is at the fore of a new generation intent on forging an innovative path for the enjoyment of 'classical' music. She is a founding member of Flinders Quartet
From an album exploring the wonder and lurking fear of Motherhood. This emotional track presents the questions women silently ask themselves on coming to terms with the fact that they are, in fact, not alone - but now two! The strong cello, melodic piano and prisitine voice give us joy and sorrow, wonder and anticipation, and finally elation.

Other tracks by Zoe Knighton, Gian Slater, Sonya Lifschitz:  A Field of Snow  -  I Am The Pregnant Woman
Michael Kieran Harvey - Moths     Classical, Experimental, Instrumental 29/08/2018
Michael Kieran Harvey is a foremost interpreter of contemporary piano music,a composer, and champion of Australian music. He commissions new Australian music and performs with Australia's leading ensembles and orchestras.
The work takes inspiration from Frank Herbert’s 1966 futuristic ecological novel The Green Brain, in which insect intelligence evolves leading to a resistance against the devastating impact of humans on the biosphere.
THE CD is 20 movements for keyboards and piano, each named after major insect genera, and accompanied by a series of ‘concrete’ poems by poet Arjun von Caemmerer.

Other tracks by Michael Kieran Harvey:  Mosquitos  -  Scorpions
Ted Vining Trio - All Roads Lead to Chatswood     Jazz, Instrumental 06/04/2017
Ted Vining has recorded with Alan Lee, Don Burrows, Bob Gebert, Bernie McGann, Brian Brown, etc. He has had a wealth of experience both on and off the jazz stage.
Frenetic improv - a journey to Chatswood!

Other tracks by Ted Vining Trio:  Dolphin Dance
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.