Best of Colin Brumby / [also] including [works by] Dulcie Holland, Eric Gross, Robert Allworth.
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||Afternoon in Maroochydore||Robert Allworth||2 min, 48 sec.|
||Clarinet concerto (1988) — clarinet with full orchestra||Colin Brumby||16 mins, 49 sec.|
||Concerto for bassoon and orchestra (1982) — bassoon with full orchestra||Colin Brumby||19 mins, 53 sec.|
||Concerto for flute and orchestra (1975) for flute with orchestra||Colin Brumby||17 min, 58 sec.|
||Moonscape (1972) for string orchestra
||Eric Gross||Queensland Symphony Orchestra, Patrick Thomas||7 mins, 33 sec.|
||Nocturne for piano (1947) — solo piano
Recorded/performed at: Studios 301, Sydney, on 2 Sep 95.
|Dulcie Holland||Dulcie Holland||4 mins, 28 sec.|
Duration: 70 min.
Contents note: Bassoon concerto ; Flute concerto ; Clarinet concerto / Colin Brumby -- Moonscape / Eric Gross -- Nocturne / Dulcie Holland -- Afternoon at Maroochydore / Robert Allworth.
Booklet includes biographical notes on composers.
Capture session: Bassoon concerto recorded by ABC, Adelaide, October 1982 ; Flute concerto recorded by ABC, Melbourne, April 1982 ; Clarinet concerto recorded by ABC, Brisbane, 1989 ; Moonscape recorded by ABC, Brisbane, 1973 ; Nocturne recorded at Sudios 301, Sydney, 2 September 1995 ; Afternoon recorded by ABC, Brisbane, September 1974.
Performers: Paul Blackman (bassoon: Brumby - Bassoon concerto) ; Patrick Thomas (conductor: Brumby - Bassoon concerto, Gross, Allworth) ; Adelaide Symphony Orchestra (Brumby - Bassoon concerto) ; Vernon Hill (flute: Brumby - Flute concerto) ; Hiroyuki Iwaki (conductor: Brumby - Flute concerto) ; Melbourne Symphony Orchestra (Brumby - Flute concerto) ; Paul Dean (clarinet: Brumby - Clarinet concerto) ; Wilfred Lehmann (conductor: Brumby - Clarinet concerto) ; Queensland Symphony Orchestra (Brumby - Clarinet concerto, Gross, Allworth) ; Dulcie Holland (piano: Holland).
Score & Part: Clarinet concerto : piano reduction / by Colin Brumby.
Score & Part: Concerto for bassoon and orchestra / by Colin Brumby.
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