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Australian ark

CD

The Australian ark / film music by Derek Strahan.

  • Published by Revolve — 2010 [RDS 008] — 1 CD (78 min.)
  • Sales Availability: This item may be available to purchase from the Australian Music Centre.
    Please contact our Sales Department to confirm pricing and availability.
  • Library Availability: CD 2290 — Reference (not for loan) copy only

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This item may be available to purchase from the Australian Music Centre.
Please contact our Sales Department to confirm pricing and availability.

Featured Australian works

  Work Composer PerformersDuration
Australian ark. Suite no. 1 : Amazing marsupials (1970) for chamber ensemble
Recorded/performed at: Studios 301, Sydney, on 1970.
Derek Strahan Derek Strahan 17 mins, 2 sec.
Australian ark. Suite no. 2 : The changing shape of Australia (1971) for chamber ensemble
Recorded/performed at: Studios 301, Sydney, on 1971.
Derek Strahan Derek Strahan, New Sydney Wind Quintet 11 mins, 47 sec.
Australian ark. Suite no. 3 : the coming of man (1972) — quartets: flute, bassoon, 2 percussion
Recorded/performed at: Studio 301, EMI, Sydney, on 1972.
Derek Strahan Bill Frater, John Cran, Derek Fairbrass, John Sangster 10 mins, 11 sec.
Australian ark. Suite no. 4 : land of the birds (1972) — trios: flute, clarinet, cello
Recorded/performed at: Studio 301, Sydney, on 1972.
Derek Strahan Neville Amadio, Donald Westlake, Robert Miller 8 mins, 52 sec.
Australian ark. Suite no. 5 (1970) for small jazz ensemble
Recorded/performed at: Studios 301, Sydney, on 1970.
Derek Strahan Derek Strahan, Brian Dean, Lennie Hutchinson, Derek Fairbrass, John Sangster 10 mins, 15 sec.
On the reef for small jazz ensemble
Recorded/performed at: 2MBS-FM, St Leonards, Sydney, on Nov 69.
Derek Strahan Graeme Lyall, Milton Saunders, Lennie Hutchinson, Derek Fairbrass, John Sangster 7 mins, 47 sec.

Product details

Duration: 78 min.

Music from Robert Raymond's film documentary series 'Shell's Australia".


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