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Profile: Rita Williams profiles Lee Bracegirdle in the first of a series on our Australian composers.

  • by Rita Williams
  • Source: Published by Symphony Services
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Lee Bracegirdle turns 50 in May, but as a composer he laughingly admits to being 'a baby'. Over the last 20 years he has dedicated most of his time to interpreting the music of other people, mainly as a French horn player in the Sydney Symphony but also with smaller ensembles like the Australian Chamber Ballet. About five years ago a colleague asked him to write a tango, and his pen has been dancing across staves ever ...


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