Peter Sculthorpe : a retrospective collection of some favourite Sculthorpe works
Featured Australian works
||Songs of sea and sky (1987) for flute with piano
||Peter Sculthorpe||Derek Jones, Leigh Harrold||16 mins, 15 sec.|
||From Kakadu (1993) for solo guitar
Recorded/performed at: Colgate-Rochester Divinity School Chapel, New York, on 2008.
|Peter Sculthorpe||Jonathan Paget||11 mins, 30 sec.|
||Dream tracks (1992) for violin, clarinet and piano
Recorded/performed at: Nickson Room, Music Department, The University of Queensland., on Dec 95.
|Peter Sculthorpe||Floyd Williams, Stephen Emmerson, Michele Walsh||14 mins, 10 sec.|
||Night song (1995) for violin, cello and piano
||Peter Sculthorpe||Rachel Atkinson, Roger Heagney, Isin Cakmakcioglu||7 mins, 10 sec.|
||String quartet No. 9 (1975) for string quartet
Recorded/performed at: Move Studio, Melbourne, on Apr 94.
|Peter Sculthorpe||Melbourne String Quartet||12 mins, 36 sec.|
||Wagogo Plains (2006) arranged for throat singer and piano duet
Recorded/performed at: Move Records, on 2006.
|Peter Sculthorpe||Dean Frenkel, Darryl Coote, Max Cooke||2 mins, 16 sec.|
||11.59PM (2006) arranged for throat singer and piano
Recorded/performed at: Move Records studio, Melbourne, on 2006.
|Peter Sculthorpe||Dean Frenkel, Robert Chamberlain||6 mins, 54 sec.|
||Little suite for strings arranged for plucked string orchestra
Recorded/performed at: Move Records studio, Melbourne, on 2014.
|Peter Sculthorpe||Concordia Mandolin and Guitar Ensemble, Michelle Nelson||7 mins, 31 sec.|
Featured are several of Sculthorpe's best known works including 'Songs of sea and sky', 'Kakadu' and the String Quartet No. 9. The music is performed here by a variety of wonderful Australian players including Jonathan Paget (guitar), the Team of Pianists, Trio Melbourne, Floyd Williams (clarinet), Melbourne String Quartet, Derek Jones (flute), Dean Frenkel and Michelle Nelson's arrangement of 'Little Suite', done with his blessing and approval, are also heard here.
Duration: 78 min.
Includes biographical notes on composer and programme notes.
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