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Chamber music

CD

Chamber music / Wendy Hiscocks.

  • Published by Symposium — 2011 [1389] — 1 CD (70 min.)
  • Sales Availability: This item may be available to purchase from the Australian Music Centre.
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  • Library Availability: CD 2212 — Reference (not for loan) copy only

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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.

Featured Australian works

  Work Composer PerformersDuration
Coral fantasy (1993) for piano trio
Recorded/performed at: Challow Park Studio, Wantage, UK, on 13 May 10.
Wendy Hiscocks Wendy Hiscocks, Brian Mullan, Madeleine Mitchell 8 mins, 10 sec.
Libretto of the eight year old — mezzo-soprano with string quartet
Recorded/performed at: Challow Park Studio, Wantage, UK, on 13 May 10.
Wendy Hiscocks Rachel Nicholls, Brian Mullan, Michael Turner, Madeleine Mitchell, Philippa Mo 13 mins, 7 sec.
Mother and child (2000) clarinet, voice & piano
Recorded/performed at: Challow Park Studio, Wantage, UK, on 13 May 10.
Wendy Hiscocks Rachel Nicholls, Wendy Hiscocks, Sarah Thurlow 15 mins, 52 sec.
Nocturne (2007) for violin & piano
Recorded/performed at: Challow Park Studio, Wantage, UK, on 13 May 10.
Wendy Hiscocks Wendy Hiscocks, Madeleine Mitchell 7 mins, 29 sec.
Shades of the Alhambra (2009) for clarinet, cello & piano
Recorded/performed at: Challow Park Studio, Wantage, UK, on 13 May 10.
Wendy Hiscocks Brian Mullan, Sarah Thurlow, Wendy Hiscocks 25 mins, 18 sec.

Product details

A newly recorded selection of chamber music by contemporary Australian composer Wendy Hiscocks (1963 - ). The works include 'Shades of the Alhambra' (2004-9), 'Mother & Child' (1999-2000), 'Nocturne' (2007), 'Coral Fantasy' (1994) and 'Libretto of the Eight Year Old' (1997-9). The composer appears as pianist with the following supporting artists: Rachel Nicholls (soprano), Madeleine Mitchell (violin), Sarah Thurlow (clarinet), Brian Mullan (cello), Philippa Mo (violin) and Michael Turner (viola).

Much of the music was inspired by the exotic surroundings of her homeland, the Moorish legends of Spain or the Indian poetry of Tagore.

Duration: 70 min.

Liner notes include programme notes and biographical notes on composer and performers.


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