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Harvesting the solstice thunders


Harvesting the solstice thunders / Gordon Kerry ; Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra.

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Product details

A dazzling new release in the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra's Australian Composer Series. Regarded as one of the world's finest small orchestras, the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra will release CDs devoted to Australian composers. This is an incredibly exciting project.

The TSO Australian Composer Series will manifest the richness of our musical creation, both past and present. These recordings will become an expression of possibility for present and future generations of composers and performers enabling the unique voices of our composers to be heard across the world.

Duration: 62 min.

Contents note: Nocturne for double chamber orchestra -- Concerto for cello, strings and percussion -- Bright meniscus -- Heart's-clarion: for trumpet and strings -- Harvesting the solstice thunders.

This product forms part of the following series: TSO Australian composer series.

Performers: Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra ; Sue-Ellen Paulsen (violoncello: Concerto) ; Geoffrey Payne (trumpet: Heart's clarion) ; David Porcelijn (conductor).

Liner notes include an introduction and programme notes by David Garrett and notes on each of the performers.

Capture session: Recorded at the Odeon Theatre, Hobart, on 26-30 June 2000.

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