Learning to howl ; The unquiet grave ; Snatches of old lauds ; Boatsong / Andrew Ford.
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||Boatsong (1982) for bass clarinet and percussion||Andrew Ford||12 min, 22 sec.|
||Learning to howl (2001) a song cycle for soprano, soprano saxophone/clarinet/bass clarinet, harp & percussion
Recorded/performed at: Eugene Goossens Hall, ABC Centre, Ultimo, Sydney., on 9 Mar 03.
|Andrew Ford||Margery Smith, Belinda Montgomery, Daryl Pratt, Marshall McGuire|
||Snatches of old lauds (2002) for solo bass clarinet
Recorded/performed at: Ferry Road Studios, ABC, Brisbane, on 4 Mar 04.
|Andrew Ford||Richard Haynes, Emma Baker, Katherine Phillip, Paul O'Brien||5 mins, 13 sec.|
||The unquiet grave (1998) for viola and chamber orchestra||Andrew Ford||17 min, 44 sec.|
Duration: 72 min.
Contents note: Learning to howl -- The unquiet grave -- Snatches of old lauds -- Boatsong.
Liner notes include brief programme notes.
CD prepared by Australian Music Unit, ABC Classic FM.
Capture session: Learning to howl recorded on 9 March, 2003 at Eugene Goossens Hall, ABC Ultimo Centre, Sydney ; The unquiet grave recorded 25 July, 1999 at Queensland Biennial Festival of Music, Queenland Art Gallery, Brisbane ; Snatches of old lauds recorded on 4 March, 2004 at Studio 420, Ferry Road, Brisbane ; Boatsong recorded in 1980s at West German Radio, Cologne, Germany.
Non-commercial recording - for study purposes only.
Performers: Belinda Montgomery (soprano: Learning to howl) ; Margery Smith (soprano saxophone, clarinet, bass clarinet: Learning to howl) ; Daryl Pratt (percussion: Learning to howl) ; Marshall McGuire (harp: Learning to howl) ; Patricia Pollett (viola: The unquiet grave) ; Biennial Sinfonietta (The unquiet grave) ; James MacMillan (conductor: The unquiet grave) ; Richard Haynes (bass clarinet: Snatches of old lauds) ; Emma Baker (violoncello: Snatches of old lauds) ; Katherine Philip (violoncello: Snatches of old lauds) ; Paul O'Brien (bass: Snatches of old lauds) ; Duo Contemporain (Boatsong) ; Henri Bok (bass clarinet, alto saxophone: Boatsong) ; Evert le Mair (percussion: Boatsong).
Score: Boatsong / Andrew Ford.
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