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Always afternoon

CD

Always afternoon : intimate music for violin and piano / Jeremy Blackman, violin ; Pauline Pidgeon, piano.

  • [S.l. : J. Blackman, 2002] — 1 CD (46 min.)
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  • Library Availability: CD 1009 — Available for loan

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This item may be available to purchase from the Australian Music Centre.
Please contact our Sales Department to confirm pricing and availability.

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Recorded/performed at: Loreto College, Ballarat, Vic., on 5 Jul 02.
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Product details

Duration: 46 min.

Contents note: Romance op. 26 / Johan Svendsen -- Elegy / Bruce Lawrence -- Un soir à Portici (Tarantella), op. 86 / Guido Papini -- Berceuse / Armas Järnefelt -- Nocturne, op. 27 no. 2 / Frederic Chopin -- Parisian waltz / Colin Brumby -- Evening under the hill / Miriam Hyde -- Country dance / Frank Bridge -- Chanson de nuit, op. 15 no. 1 / Edward Elgar -- Berceuse, op. 16 / Gabriel Fauré -- Always afternoon / Frank Hutchens -- Sonata no. 3, 2nd movement op. 45 / Edvard Grieg.

Liner notes include program notes and notes on the performers.

"All of the pieces in this album appear in the manual lists of the AMEB exam syllabus except the title track, which was removed from 5th grade in 2002" -- Back cover.

Capture session: tracks 1-11 recorded at Loreto College, Ballarat, Victoria, 5 July 2002 ; track 12 recorded live at Gullan Auditorium, Ballarat Grammar School, July 1998.

Performers: Jeremy Blackman (violin) ; Pauline Pidgeon (piano).


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