This is a stub entry only — it provides links to other resources by and about Carl Crossin held in our catalogue.
Random Audio Sample: How shall we sing in a strange land... : SATB choir by Joseph Twist, from the CD One voice
Articles by and about Carl Crossin
2009: a year of choral music by Anni Heino
Choral year 2009 has been an encouraging one. Numerous new works - of all shapes and sizes, from spiritual choral works involving choirs and orchestras, to simple a cappella miniatures - have seen the light of the day, and hopefully these are just the first performances of these compositions, with many more to come. Commissioning new work for a choir is an art in itself, but an unexpected result is not necessarily a bad result, as our short interviews with three Victorian conductors reveal.
Unbearable beauty! by Carl Crossin
Conductor Carl Crossin writes about two of his favourite Australian unaccompanied choral works by Clare Maclean and Stephen Leek. In addition to some detailed analysis, he shares his invaluable practical experience about performing the works with different choirs under different circumstances
Works commissioned by Carl Crossin
CDs, Books and Kits featuring Carl Crossin
Events featuring Carl Crossin
World premieres given by Carl Crossin
How shall we sing in a strange land... : SATB choir by Joseph Twist— 7 Jul 12 (St John's Cathedral, Brisbane, QLD)
Requiem : for SATB chorus, didjeridu and orchestra by Peter Sculthorpe— 3 Mar 04 (Adelaide Town Hall)
Elegy for Ambon (unspecified choir with chamber ensemble with solo voice(s)) by Chester Schultz— 8 Dec 01 (Pilgrim Uniting Church, Adelaide)