Featured Australian works
||Four sketches||Eugene Goossens||16 min, 35 sec.|
||Concerto for trumpet and orchestra, op. 27 (1948) — trumpet with full orchestra||Raymond Hanson||18 min, 9 sec.|
||Sonata for flute and piano (1962) for flute with piano||Miriam Hyde||12 mins, 28 sec.|
||Elegy for string orchestra (1915) in memoriam Rupert Brooke||Frederick Septimus Kelly||8 mins, 28 sec.|
||Elegy for oboe and piano||Robert Trumble||4 min, 45 sec.|
||Four songs without words||Robert Trumble||7 min, 25 sec.|
||Music for harpsichord||Robert Trumble||10 min, 28 sec.|
Duration: 79 min.
Contents note: In memoriam Rupert Brooke: elegy for string orchestra / Frederick Septimus Kelly -- Four sketches for flute, violin and piano / Eugene Goossens -- Sonata in G minor for flute and piano / Miriam Hyde -- Four songs without words ; Elegy for oboe and piano ; Music for harpsichord / Robert Trumble -- Trumpet concerto, op. 27 / Raymond Hanson.
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CD prepared by Australian Music Unit, ABC Classic FM.
Liner notes include brief programme notes.
Performers: Sydney Conservatorium Chamber Orchestra (In memoriam Rupert Brooke) ; Warwick Stengards (conductor: In memoriam Rupert Brooke) ; Roger Armstrong (flute: Four sketches, Sonata in G minor) ; Andrew Lorenz (violin: Four sketches) ; Wendy Lorenz (piano: Four sketches, Sonata in G minor) ; Jiri Tancibudek (oboe: Four songs without words, Elegy) ; Raymond Lambert (piano: Four songs without words, Elegy) ; Max Cooke (harpsichord: Music for harpsichord) ; Geoffrey Spiller (trumpet: Trumpet concerto) ; Queensland Symphony Orchestra (Trumpet concerto) ; Richard Mills (conductor: Trumpet concerto).
Capture session: In memoriam Rupert Brooke recorded at St Andrew's Cathedral, Sydney, on 24 April 2001 ; Four sketches and Sonata in G minor recorded at Studio 420, Brisbane, on 1 September 1997 ; Four songs without words and Elegy recorded at Studio 325, Waverley Theatre, Melbourne in 1960s ; Music for harpsichord recorded at Studio 325, Waverley Theatre, Melbourne, in 1971 ; Trumpet concerto recorded at Studio 420, Brisbane, on 30 March 1993.
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