Continental drift : music for bass flutes and cello / Judy Diez d’Aux and Peter Sheridan, flutes, and Lachlan Dent, cello.
Featured Australian works
||Lunar orbit (2011) for cello solo
Recorded/performed at: Move Records studio, Melbourne, on 2015.
|Stuart Greenbaum||Lachlan Dent||5 mins, 27 sec.|
Also includes: London Trio I / Haydn -- Underwater flowers / Gary Schocker -- Spring awaking / Ella Louise Allaire and Martin Lord Ferguson -- Doggerel / Eve de Castro-Robinson -- Suite in sea / Madelyn Byrne -- Continental drift / Peter Senchuk -- Fantasies and wilderness / Brennan Keats -- Le vent a travers les ruins / Yuko Uebayashi -- Airang variations / Stanley M. Hoffman -- London Trio III / Haydn.
Continental Drift features compositions for two bass flutes and cello. As the movement of the Earth's continents drift across the ocean floor, new music has its own journey of slow migration, as it to travels around the globe, across time and space into various lands and multiple cultures.
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