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Muse

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Muse / Alicia Crossley and Acacia Quartet.

  • Published by Move Records — December, 2018 [MCD587] — 1 CD
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  • Library Availability: CD 3023 — Reference (not for loan) copy only

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Featured Australian works

  Work Composer PerformersDuration
Yuya for tenor recorder and string quartet
Recorded/performed at: Trackdown, Sydney
Anne Boyd Alicia Crossley, Acacia Quartet 6 mins, 57 sec.
Bat-Music for recorder with string quartet
Recorded/performed at: Trackdown, Sydney
Stephen Yates Alicia Crossley, Acacia Quartet 7 mins, 40 sec.
Three Bilitis Movements for recorder with string quartet
Recorded/performed at: Trackdown, Sydney
Lyle Chan Alicia Crossley, Acacia Quartet 13 mins, 49 sec.
Copenhagen Christmas for recorder with string quartet
Recorded/performed at: Trackdown, Sydney
Jessica Wells Alicia Crossley, Acacia Quartet 7 mins, 48 sec.
Pass to us the cups with which sorrow is forgotten for recorder with string quartet
Recorded/performed at: Trackdown, Sydney
Chris Williams Alicia Crossley, Acacia Quartet 10 mins, 7 sec.

Also includes: Three by Three / Sally Whitwell.

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Australian recorder virtuoso Alicia Crossley and the acclaimed Acacia Quartet present the premiere recording of Australian compositions for recorder and string quartet inspired by poetry, mythology, historic tunes and storybook characters.

Given 4 out of 5 stars by the Sydney Morning Herald in April 2019.

"...It is a great combination. From bendy notes and slap pizz​ in Anne Boyd's Yuya​ to the musical palimpsest of Chris Williams' Pass to us the cups ... ...it's fascinating just how collaborative this album was..." 

Read the whole Sydney Morning Herald review here.

Given 4 out of 5 stars by Limelight Magazine in December 2018.

"...neatly programmed to draw the audience through the disparate styles of the composers showcased... perhaps even more significant is the contribution to the recorder repertoire fostered here by Crossley."

Read the whole Limelight Magazine review here.

Liner notes include program notes.


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