Paul Paviour : his greatest hits.
Featured Australian works
|And the river flows (1948) for full orchestra||Paul Paviour|
|Emerald Isle jig, op.58 (1947) for string orchestra||Paul Paviour|
|Four piece suite||Paul Paviour|
|Music for ceremonial (1988) for orchestra||Paul Paviour|
|Symphony no. 2 (1958) for full orchestra||Paul Paviour|
|Twenty-fifth of the Fourth, op. 116 (1994) for concert band||Paul Paviour|
|When Austral sang||Paul Paviour|
Contents note: March: twenty-fifth of the fourth -- And the river flows -- Symphony no. 2: an urban symphony -- Emerald Isle jig -- When Austral sang (cantata) -- A four piece suite for string orchestra (A pristine preamble ; Valse russe ; Sarabande for solemnity ; A fairly fast fatuous finish) -- Music for ceremonial.
Container has serial no: CGV115
Liner notes include brief programme notes.
Performers: Royal Australian Navy Band (March ; Music for ceremonial) ; Lieutenant-Commander Phillip Anderson (conductor: March ; Music for ceremonial) ; Berrima Chamber Players (And the river flows ; Emerald Isle jig ; Four piece suite) ; Dalzell Oldham (director: And the river flows, Emerald Isle jig ; Four piece suite) ; Adelaide Symphony Orchestra (Symphony no. 2) ; Patrick Thomas (conductor: Symphony no. 2) ; Carl Linger Ensemble (When Austral sang) -- Wayne Hancock (director: When Austral sang).
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