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China wind

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China wind / Robert Schubert plays the clarinet music of Julian Yu.

  • Published by Move Records — September, 2012 [MD3351] — 1 CD (62 min.)
  • Purchase Price: $22.73 (Usually ships in 1-4 days) — Add to Cart
  • Library Availability: CD 2397 — Reference (not for loan) copy only

Featured Australian works

  Work Composer PerformersDuration
Concerto on Chinese themes (2002) for clarinet and string orchestra
Recorded/performed at: Iwaki Auditorium, ABC Southbank, Melbourne, on 17 Mar 04.
Julian Yu Robert Schubert, Victorian College of the Arts Strings, Marco Van Pagee 20 mins, 23 sec.
The lamentation of Micius (1998) for clarinet quintet
Recorded/performed at: Monash University School of Music Auditorium, Melbourne, on 2000.
Julian Yu Robert Schubert, Isin Cakmakcioglu, Deborah Goodall, Rachel Atkinson 9 mins, 56 sec.
Atanos, op. 36 (1996) for flute, clarinet and string trio
Recorded/performed at: Monash University School of Music Auditorium, Melbourne, on 2000.
Julian Yu Robert Schubert, Derek Jones, Isin Cakmakcioglu, Deborah Goodall, Danielle Arcaro, Rachel Atkinson 15 mins, 10 sec.
Sol, do, la, re I (1985) for clarinet and string trio
Recorded/performed at: Monash University School of Music Auditorium, Melbourne, on 2000.
Julian Yu Robert Schubert, Isin Cakmakcioglu, Danielle Arcaro, Rachel Atkinson 5 mins, 27 sec.
Silent and alone — sextets: clarinet, piano, 2 violins, viola, cello
Recorded/performed at: Move Records studio, Melbourne, on 2012.
Julian Yu Robert Schubert, Lorraine Hook, Deborah Goodall, Gabby Halloran, Virginia Kable, Akemi Schubert 10 mins, 31 sec.

Product details

Robert Schubert plays the clarinet music of Julian Yu. Clarinettist Robert Schubert has always been an admirer of composer Julian Yu's music ever since they first met in 1996 at the Melbourne International Festival of the Arts.

Robert has since commissioned a number of works from Yu with the support of the Australia Council. China Wind represents the fruits of their collaboration. Each work owes aspects of its conception to the composer's native China and to the characteristics of the featured wind instrument, the clarinet.

Duration: 62 min.

Liner notes include programme notes and biographical notes on the composer and performer.


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