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2008 Australian composition resource kit.

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2008 Australian composition resource kit.

  • 170 p. : ill., music ; 30 cm. + 1 sound disc (CD) : digital, stereo. ; 12 cm.
  • Published by Sydney Symphony — 2008
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Australian Works Analysed in this Book

  Work
Kalkadungu (2007) by William Barton and Matthew Hindson
Concerto for euphonium and orchestra (2007) by Lee Bracegirdle
Corroboree by John Antill
Mangrove (1979) by Peter Sculthorpe

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Contents note: Includes teacher resource material on: Concerto for euphonium and orchestra / by Lee Bracegirdle ; Kalkadungu / by William Barton & Matthew Hindson ; Corroboree / by John Antill ; Mangrove / by Peter Schulthorpe. Also includes chapter: 'An interview with Lee Bracegirdle'.

Produced for Sydney Symphony Education Program.

On cover: Meet the Music.

Resource kit writing team: Philip Cooney (Bracegirdle) ; Corinne Arter (Barton & Hindson) ; Theresa Therese (Antill) ; Anne Wisdom (Sculthorpe).

Contents of CD: Variations for orchestra [excerpts] / Lee Bracegirdle (performed by Sydney Symphony, conductor: Kynan Johns). Kalkadunga fusion [excerpts] / William Barton & Matthew Hindson (performed by William Barton, Camerata Strings: Brendan Joyce). Corroboree [excerpts] / John Antill (performed by Sydney Symphony, conductor: John Lanchbery). Mangrove [excerpts] / Peter Sculthorpe (performed by The Queensland Orchestra, conductor: Michael Christie).

Spiral binding.


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