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Landscapes

CD

Landscapes / Peter Sculthorpe.

  • Published by MBS Records [MBS 16 CD.] — 1 CD (60 min.)
  • Sales Availability: This item is out-of-print. We regret that it cannot be purchased from the Australian Music Centre.
  • Library Availability: CD 20 — Available for loan

Out of Print

This item is out-of-print. We regret that it cannot be purchased from the Australian Music Centre.

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Requiem : for cello alone (1979) for cello alone Peter Sculthorpe 16 mins, 37 sec.
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Tailitnama song (1989) arr. for cello and piano Peter Sculthorpe 5 mins, 52 sec.

Product details

Duration: 60 min.

Contents note: Requiem -- Djilile -- Tailitnama song -- Mountains -- Landscape II -- Four little pieces (Morning song -- Sea chant -- Little serenade -- Left Bank waltz).

Performers: David Pereira (violoncello: Requiem, Tailitnama song) ; Geoffrey Tozer (piano: Djilile, Tailitnama song, Four little pieces) ; David Bollard (piano: Mountains) ; Seymour Group (Landscape II) ; Peter Sculthorpe (piano: Four little pieces).

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

Capture session: Landscape II recorded at a concert at the Broadwalk Studio, Sydney Opera House in May 1987 ; all other works recorded in March 1989 in 2MBS-FM's Studio C at St Leonards, Sydney.


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