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X / Ros Dunlop

  • Published by Great White Noise — 2001 [GWN004] — 1 CD (69 min.)
  • Sales Availability: This item may be available to purchase from the Australian Music Centre.
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  • Library Availability: CD 966 — Available for loan

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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
You can take it anywhere (2000) for flexible instrumentation
Recorded/performed at: Great White Noise Studios, on Dec 01.
Judy Bailey Ros Dunlop 4 mins, 15 sec.
Frenzy and folly, fire and joy (1999) concert study after John Shaw Neilson for solo clarinet in B flat
Recorded/performed at: Great White Noise Studios, on Dec 01.
Graham Hair Ros Dunlop 4 mins, 30 sec.
Twenty-five measures (1996) for clarinet in B flat
Recorded/performed at: Great White Noise Studios, on Dec 01.
Elena Kats-Chernin Ros Dunlop 58 sec.
Cut to the chase! (2001) for clarinet solo
Recorded/performed at: Great White Noise Studios, on Dec 01.
Richard Vella Ros Dunlop 1 mins, 13 sec.
X for electronics
Recorded/performed at: Great White Noise Studios., on Dec 01.
X is a multimedia piece specifically reworked for Ros Dunlop.
Martin Wesley-Smith Ros Dunlop 11 mins, 53 sec.

Also includes: The bastards broth / Stephen Ingham -- A chaos of delight / Eve de Castro Robinson -- Hauturu / John Rimmer -- Tagore songs (parts 1, 2 and 4) / Jane Brockman -- Instant winners (songs 1-9) / Barney Childs.

Product details

Duration: 69 min.

Dedication note: This CD is dedicated to my brother Roly, who faced life's adversities with courage and an unforgettable smile.

Liner notes include brief programme notes and biographies of the composers and performer.


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