Kammerbox / Claire Edwardes.
Featured Australian works
|Re-echo (2015) for vibraphone and cello||Katy Abbott||Claire Edwardes, Julian Smiles||5 mins, 23 sec.|
|We bop (1995) for alto saxophone and vibraphone||Gerard Brophy||Christina Leonard, Claire Edwardes||2 mins, 47 sec.|
|Carpentaria (1999) — duos: guitar, percussion — II. Distant shores||Richard Charlton||Karin Schaupp, Claire Edwardes||5 mins, 29 sec.|
|Glocken blocken for percussion||Amanda Cole||Claire Edwardes||4 mins, 53 sec.|
|Invisible dance for soprano saxophone and marimba (2015) — duos: saxophone, marimba||Tim Dargaville||Christina Leonard, Claire Edwardes||2 mins, 6 sec.|
|Binyang (1996) for clarinet and percussion||Ross Edwards||Jason Noble, Claire Edwardes||3 mins, 56 sec.|
|Djanaba (2011) for guitar and marimba||Ross Edwards||Claire Edwardes, Karin Schaupp||2 mins, 10 sec.|
|War and peace (2004) for violin and percussion — No man's land||Andrew Ford||Claire Edwardes, Anna McMichael||6 mins, 40 sec.|
|Two interludes in space (2000) for violin, vibraphone and piano||Stuart Greenbaum||Bernadette Harvey, Anna McMichael, Claire Edwardes||10 mins, 37 sec.|
|Di primavera (1998) for guitar and marimba||Maria Grenfell||Claire Edwardes, Karin Schaupp||8 mins, 4 sec.|
|Blue silence — duos: bass clarinet, marimba||Elena Kats-Chernin||Jason Noble, Claire Edwardes||5 mins, 58 sec.|
|Djilile — duos: marimba, cello||Peter Sculthorpe||Claire Edwardes, Julian Smiles||4 mins, 21 sec.|
Also includes: Fragment / John Psathas.
For decades Australia's own "sorceress of percussion" Claire
Edwardes has been collaborating with Australia's top
instrumentalists and commissioning chamber works by Australia's
Kammerbox brings together a high quality collection of sparkling Australian chamber music written for and championed by Claire throughout her career. These musical gems showcase the very best of Australian percussion music with works by legendary Australian composers including Ross Edwards, Peter Sculthorpe, Elena Kats-Chernin, and Gerard Brophy; and performed by Claire alongside Australia's foremost chamber performers including Karin Schaupp (guitar), Julian Smiles (cello), and Bernadette Harvey (piano).
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