Sea changes / John Carmichael.
Featured Australian works
||Aria and finale for saxophone with piano||John Carmichael||15 min, 49 sec.|
||Fantasy sonata for flute with piano||John Carmichael||16 mins, 11 sec.|
||Fêtes champêtres (1989) for clarinet with piano||John Carmichael||8 mins, 50 sec.|
||A little night music (1997) for flute and piano||John Carmichael||9 mins, 50 sec.|
||Piano quartet (2000) Sea changes||John Carmichael||18 mins, 41 sec.|
Australian composer John Carmichael, who now lives in England, is known for his expressive and lyrical compositions. The title track of this CD, Sea Changes for Piano Quartet, is a homage to his homeland and the many moods of the sea. Performers include renowned Australian pianist Antony Gray.
Duration: 70 min.
Contents note: Sea changes : piano quartet -- Fantasy sonata : for flute and piano -- Aria and finale : for soprano saxophone and piano -- FÃªtes champÃªtres suite : for clarinet and piano -- A little night music : for flute and piano.
Capture session: Recorded at St John's Smith Square Concert Hall, London, on 30 October 1990, 21 December 1999, 19 and 23 January 2001.
Liner notes include programme notes and notes on the performers.
Performers: Antony Gray (piano: Sea changes) ; Belinda MacFarlane (violin: Sea changes) ; Morgan Goff (viola: Sea changes) ; Matthew Lee (violoncello: Sea changes) ; Roger Armstrong (flute: Fantasy sonata) ; John Carmichael (piano: Fantasy sonata, Fêtes champêtres suite, A little night music) ; Kyle Horch (saxophone: Aria and finale) ; Pamela Lidiard (piano: Aria and finale) ; Marc Naylor (clarinet: Fêtes champêtres suite).
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