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Windsongs and fanfares at the Queen Victoria Museum & Art Gallery. Part I

CD

Windsongs and fanfares at the Queen Victoria Museum & Art Gallery. Part I : in the Southern Gallery.

  • 1 CD (57 min.)
  • Sales Availability: This item is not commercially available from the Australian Music Centre. We regret that we cannot offer it for sale.
  • Library Availability: CD 1028 — Available for loan

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This item is not commercially available from the Australian Music Centre. We regret that we cannot offer it for sale.

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Duration: 57 min.

Contents note: Pipetunes I, II & III / Russell Gilmour -- Sound sculptures / Hellgart Mahler -- Parabolium / Myles Mumford -- If Bach rode bikes / Russell Gilmour -- Still life / Myles Mumford -- Leven River Sundays / Teresa Beck-Swindale -- Glasscapes (excerpts) / Hellgart Mahler -- Fanfare for leather horns / Karlin Love.

Non-commercial recording.

Performers: Jennie Macdonald (flute: Pipetunes) ; Estelle Levy (flute: Pipetunes) ; Christine Clarke (flute: Pipetunes) ; Christine Ross (flute: Pipetunes) ; Suzanne Dent (clarinet: Sound sculptures ; leather horn: Fanfare for leather horns) ; Karlin Love (bass clarinet: Sound sculptures ; leather horn: Fanfare for leather horns) ; Matt Dudfield (bassoon: Sound sculptures) ; Jabra Latham (alto saxophone: If Bach rode bikes) ; Jason Clendinging (tenor saxophone: If Bach rode bikes) ; Eva Nielsson (baritone saxophone: If Bach rode bikes) ; Thomas Lamb (trumpet: Glasscapes) ; Mark, Myles & Monte Mumford (leather horn: Fanfare for leather horns).

Capture session: recorded in the Southern Gallery, Queen Victoria Museum & Art Gallery, Launceston, Tasmania, 11th March 2000.


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