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Songs of Henry Lawson & Robert Burns


Songs of Henry Lawson & Robert Burns / Eric Gross ; including the other Australian composers Dulcie Holland, Colin Brumby, Robert Allworth, Lawrence Bartlett.

  • Published by Jade Records [JADCD1064] — 1 CD (62 min.)
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Featured Australian works

  Work Composer PerformersDuration
Midday in Mordialloc Robert Allworth 4 min, 6 sec.
Procession for Elisabeth (1988) for organ
Recorded/performed at: St Michael's Vaucluse, Sydney, on 2 Nov 89.
Lawrence Bartlett Lawrence Bartlett 2 mins, 30 sec.
ANZAAS fanfare (1980) for brass ensemble Colin Brumby 1 mins, 30 sec.
Henry Lawson settings Eric Gross 25 min, 47 sec.
Robert Burns settings Eric Gross 22 min, 11 sec.
Sunday Dulcie Holland 3 min, 15 sec.
Unanswered question — solo piano Dulcie Holland 2 min, 44 sec.

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Duration: 62 min.

Contents note: Henry Lawson settings ; Robert Burns settings/ Eric Gross -- ANZAAS fanfare / Colin Brumby -- Procession for Elisabeth / Lawrence Bartlett -- Unanswered question ; Sunday / Dulcie Holland -- Midday in Mordialloc / Robert Allworth.

Performers: Alan Light (bass baritone: Gross) ; Walter Sutcliffe (solo double bass: Lawson settings) ; Sydney Symphony Orchestra (Gross) ; Eric Gross (conductor: Gross) ; Members of the Queensland Symphony Orchestra (Brumby) ; Lawrence Bartlett (organ: Bartlett) ; Dulcie Holland (piano: Holland) ; Queensland Symphony Orchestra (Allworth) ; Patrick Thomas (conductor: Allworth).

Capture session: Gross recorded ABC Chatswood Studio, Sydney, 1980/82 ; Brumby recorded in Mayne Hall, University of Queensland, 1980 ; Bartlett recorded Church of St Michael, Vaucluse, Sydney, November 1989 ; Holland recorded by 2MBS-FM, 21 August 1996 ; Allworth recorded ABC, Brisbane 1974.

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