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Chamber music

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Chamber music / Andrew Schultz.

  • Published by Tall Poppies — 1995 [TP065] — 1 CD (78 min.)
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Featured Australian works

  Work Composer PerformersDurationMP3
Dead songs, op. 45 (1991) for soprano voice, clarinet in B flat, cello and piano
Recorded/performed at: Nickson Room, Music Department, University of Queensland., on Dec 94.
Andrew Schultz Margaret Schindler, Perihelion 32 mins, 54 sec. Buy as MP3
Mephisto, op. 41 (1990) for flute (doubling alto flute), B flat clarinet, guitar, violin, viola, double bass
Recorded/performed at: Nickson Room, Music Department, Univeristy of Queensland, on Dec 94.
Andrew Schultz Perihelion, Gwyn Roberts 21 mins, 42 sec. Buy as MP3
Sea-change, op. 32 (1987) for piano
Recorded/performed at: Nickson Room, Music Department, Univeristy of Queensland, on Dec 94.
Andrew Schultz Jenni Flemming 15 mins, 36 sec. Buy as MP3
Stick dance II, op. 22b (1989) for viola, clarinet in B flat and piano
Recorded/performed at: Nickson Room, Music Department, Univeristy of Queensland, on Dec 94.
Andrew Schultz Perihelion 6 mins, 53 sec. Buy as MP3

Product details

Andrew Schultz is a younger Australian composer, now Head of Music at the Guildhall School in London. This CD is the first devoted to his music, and contains a selection of chamber music, ranging from the rollicking 'Sea Chant' to the dramatic 'Mephisto' and the poignant song cycle 'Dead Songs'.

Duration: 78 min.

Booklet includes programme notes and biographical notes on composer and performers.

"A joint project between 4MBS Classic FM and Tall Poppies Records and funded by the Performing Arts Board of the Australia Council" -- Container.


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