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Amrap's AirIt | Australian Music Radio Airplay Project :: Jazz :: Sandy Evans Trio - Dance of the Tree Frog (B.Hirst)
 

Sandy Evans Trio - Dance of the Tree Frog (B.Hirst)

Sandy Evans Trio - Dance of the Tree Frog (B.Hirst)
Tracks 1-3 are a suite based around the 3rd tune Bhairavi Tillana. They could be broadcast separately or together.

Sandy Evans has been exploring Indian music seriously since playing in the collaborative work “Into The Fire” in 1996, between the Australian Art Orchestra and India’s Sruthi Laya Ensemble.

Sandy has travelled to India for numerous study trips and taken on a guru in Sydney. Sarangan Sriranganathan plays sitar and has a soaring voice. Apart from teacher/student, Sandy plays in a band with Sarangan, called Citizens of Earth.

About this track...

Sandy Evans is recognised as one of the leading saxophonists (tenor and soprano) and composers in contemporary jazz in Australia.

Other tracks by Sandy Evans Trio: Reflections on Saraswati (S.Evans)  -  Bhairavi Tillana(S. Sriranganathan)
Details
Number Of People In Act 3 Piece
State/Territory Artist Is Based In NSW
Taken From The Release Titled Amrap Live Music Recordings_2SER_On The Corner- Live in '09
Copyright Holder's Name Sandy Evans
Media Servicing Date 2010-12-14
Main Genre Jazz
Genre 2 Live Performance
Contains explicit lyrics or themes that may offend some listeners No
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Content Provider Amrap Grant Funded