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

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Windsongs and fanfares at the Queen Victoria Museum & Art Gallery. Part II : in the Theatrette.

  • 1 CD (55 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 1029 — 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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Product details

Duration: 55 min.

Contents note: Emerge and see... the end of the jaded century / Teresa Beck-Swindale -- Rhythmicon / Russell Gilmour -- Little penguins / Ron Nagorcka -- Emerald boa / Karlin Love -- Calamanthus / Ron Nagorcka -- Pinhead dancing / Karlin Love.

Non-commercial recording.

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

Performers: Jabra Latham (soprano saxophone: Rhythmicon ; alto saxophone: Pinhead dancing) ; Myles Mumford (trombone: Little penguins) ; Ron Nagorcka (didgeridu: Little penguins; sampler: Little penguins, Calamanthus) ; Suzanne Dent (clarinet: Emerald boa) ; Matt Dudfield (clarinet: Emerald boa) ; Karlin Love (clarinet: Emerald boa) ; Katrina Chilcott (clarinet: Emerald boa) ; Christine Ross (flute: Calamanthus) ; Monte Mumford (trombone: Pinhead dancing) ; Tracey Patten (marimba: Pinhead dancing) ; Pippa Strickland (double bass: Pinhead dancing).


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