Afterimage : Slava Grigoryan plays the music of Shaun Rigney.
Featured Australian works
||End point (1997) for oboe and guitar duos||Shaun Rigney||Slava Grigoryan, Stephen Robinson||3 mins, 39 sec.|
||The Garden of Forking Paths (2001) for quitar and string quartet||Shaun Rigney||Slava Grigoryan, Flinders Quartet||14 mins, 27 sec.|
||Girasol (1995) for guitar solo||Shaun Rigney||Slava Grigoryan||8 mins, 39 sec.|
||Lapis Lazuli (1985) Concerto for guitar and orchestra
Recorded/performed at: Iwaki Auditorium, ABC Melbourne
|Shaun Rigney||Orchestra Victoria, Slava Grigoryan, Brett Kelly||20 mins, 40 sec.|
||Sonata in E Major (1990) homage to Rodrigo||Shaun Rigney||Shaun Rigney||7 mins, 46 sec.|
||Ten Coastal Sketches (1995) for guitar solo||Shaun Rigney||Slava Grigoryan||13 mins, 53 sec.|
Slava Grigoryan has collaborated with Australian composer Shaun Rigney to create a mesmerising album for guitar, ensemble and orchestra. This is uplifting and evocative music that will appeal to a very wide audience.
Slava Grigroyan's stunning virtuosity and distinctive passionate sound is perfectly suited to this immediately appealing music. Other performers include Orchestra Victoria conducted by Brett Kelly, and The Flinders String Quartet. Shaun Rigney is a Melbourne based composer and playwright, his music includes orchestral works, chamber and solo instrumental pieces and electronic music.
Duration: 70 min.
Liner notes include program notes.
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