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Piano games

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Piano games : Australian post-1970 solo piano works.

  • Published by Vox Australis [VAST026-2] — 1 CD (75 min.)
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Featured Australian works

  Work Composer PerformersDuration
Piano games (1973) — solo piano Nigel Butterley 6 min, 46 sec.
Five for ten (1979) — solo piano Michael Easton 6 mins, 41 sec.
Three little pieces for the right hand alone (1983) — solo piano - 1 hand Ross Edwards 4 mins
Kids bits (1983) for piano Ross Fiddes 8 mins, 21 sec.
8 Australian birds discover the music of the 20th century (1989) — solo piano Andrew Ford 4 mins, 31 sec.
Three pieces for 5 fingers or 1 hand, op. 133 — solo piano Eric Gross 4 mins, 42 sec.
Fortune pieces (1980) — solo piano Michael Hannan 8 mins, 46 sec.
Seven days (1987) for young pianists Stephen Leek 6 mins, 5 sec.
Forecasts (1972) for piano Mary Mageau 2 mins, 54 sec.
Cat pieces (1985) — solo piano Lawrence Whiffin 5 mins, 4 sec.
Boinko the Billio (1983) — solo piano Michael Whiticker 8 mins, 59 sec.
Six pieces for young pianists (1978) — solo piano Julian Yu 4 mins, 51 sec.

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Duration: 75 min.

Contents note: Six pieces for young pianists / Julian Yu -- Piano games / Nigel Butterley -- Five for ten / Michael Easton -- Kids bits / Ross Fiddes -- Boinko the Billio / Michael Whiticker -- Forecasts / Mary Mageau -- Three pieces for five fingers or one hand / Eric Gross -- Cat pieces / Lawrence Whiffin -- Eight Australian birds discover the music of the twentieth century / Andrew Ford -- Seven days / Stephen Leek -- Three little piano pieces for the right hand alone / Ross Edwards -- Fortune pieces / Michael Hannan.

Booklet includes programme notes and biographical notes on the performer.

"Chiefly consists of works which could be classed as teaching material" -- booklet, p.4.

Performer: Jeanell Carrigan (piano).

Capture session: recorded at the School of Music, University of Queensland, Brisbane, February 1999.


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