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Raft song at sunrise

CD

Raft song at sunrise : chamber music vol. 2 / Ross Edwards

  • Published by Tall Poppies — 1998 [TP126] — 1 CD (62 min.)
  • Purchase Price: $23.00 (Usually ships in 1-10 days) — Add to Cart
  • Library Availability: CD 490 — Available for loan

Featured Australian works

  Work Composer PerformersDurationMP3
Ab estatis foribus (1980) five Latin songs
Recorded/performed at: Studio 200, ABC Sydney, on Dec 96.
Ross Edwards Sydney Chamber Choir 9 mins, 45 sec. Buy as MP3
Binyang (1996) for clarinet and percussion
Recorded/performed at: Studio 200, ABC Sydney, on Jun 97.
Ross Edwards Peter Jenkin, Daryl Pratt 7 mins, 26 sec. Buy as MP3
Dance mantra (1992) for voices and drum
Recorded/performed at: Studio 200, ABC Sydney, on Apr 95.
Ross Edwards Nicholas Routley, Sydney Chamber Choir, Michael Askill 4 mins, 58 sec. Buy as MP3
Ecstatic dances (1990) for two flutes
Recorded/performed at: Studio 227, ABC Sydney, on Feb 95.
Ross Edwards Geoffrey Collins 8 mins, 39 sec. Buy as MP3
Enyato II (1994) for solo viola
Recorded/performed at: Studio 200, ABC Sydney, on Apr 96.
Ross Edwards Patricia Pollett 8 mins, 56 sec. Buy as MP3
Laikan (1979) instrumental sextet
Recorded/performed at: Sir John Clancy Auditorium, UNSW, Sydney, on Dec 95.
Ross Edwards Australia Ensemble, Rebecca Lagos 13 mins, 27 sec. Buy as MP3
Raft song at sunrise (1995) for solo shakuhachi
Recorded/performed at: Reverberation Room at the National Acoustics Laboratory, Sydney, on Jul 96.
Ross Edwards Riley Lee 7 mins, 36 sec. Buy as MP3

Product details

Following on from the best-selling first volume of Edwards chamber music (Ecstatic Dances, TP051), this CD contains some of the most enduring of his works, all on CD for the first time. It includes the ever-popular Latin setting, 'Ab estatis foribus', and the seminal chamber work 'Laikan' played by the Australia Ensemble, as well as a stunning work for solo shakuhachi played by Riley Lee.

Duration: 62 min.

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


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