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Julian Smiles

This is a stub entry only — it provides links to other resources by and about Julian Smiles held in our catalogue.

Random Audio Sample: The Wind in the Willows : suite for mixed chamber ensemble and narrator by Mark Isaacs, from the CD Hush collection, Volume 14

Works commissioned and written for Julian Smiles

Re-echo by Katy Abbott

World premieres given by Julian Smiles

Strutt Sonata : for cello and piano by Carl Vine— 23 Nov 17 (Huntington Estate Music Festival, Mudgee, NSW)

Piano trio no. 2 : A book of lullabies by Ian Munro— 20 May 14 (The Independent Theatre, NSW)

The Wind in the Willows : suite for mixed chamber ensemble and narrator by Mark Isaacs— 3 Oct 12 (Eugene Goossens Hall, NSW)

Invocations : for cello and orchestra by Mark Isaacs— 26 May 12 (Ravenswood Centenary Centre Auditorium, NSW)

Beauty : for solo cello with chamber ensemble of 6 players by Matthew Hindson— 12 Sep 09 (Sir John Clancy Auditorium, University of New South Wales, Sydney)

Intervention : for clarinet in B flat and cello by Martin Wesley-Smith— 12 Sep 09 (Sir John Clancy Auditorium, University of New South Wales)

Analysis & Media

- Video: Invocations: cello with orchestra, by Mark Isaacs

- Website: Music and Emotion (incl. performance of "After Nina")
© ABC
What happens when you listen to music? What happens in your brain? What makes music sad, poignant or joyful? How easy is it as a composer to shape and extract emotional responses to particular compositions? In this conversation you’ll hear music and some interesting insights into composition and emotional response with Emma Ayres; Professor Andrew Schultz – composer and head of the school of Arts and the Media at UNSW and Associate Professor Emery Schubert.

- Video: After Nina