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Leave no song unsung


Leave no song unsung / The Australian Children's Choir.

  • 1 CD (68 min.)
  • Sales Availability: This item is out-of-print. We regret that it cannot be purchased from the Australian Music Centre.
  • Library Availability: CD 1143 — Available for loan

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This item is out-of-print. We regret that it cannot be purchased from the Australian Music Centre.

Featured Australian works

  Work Composer PerformersDuration
Ancient cries (1997) three songs for treble voices Stephen Leek
Black swana (1994) for treble choir with piano Stephen Leek
Dreamtime land (2000) for SSAA choir and piano Disiree Jurgs and Stephen Leek
Country places for choir Margaret Sutherland

Product details

Duration: 68 min.

Contents note: I am but a small voice / Roger Whitaker -- A sea change ; Hear the bell / Ian Jefferson -- Bright is the ring of words / Ralph Vaughan Williams, arr. Douglas Warner -- Beau soir / Claude Debussy, arr. Linda Steen Spevacek -- The lark ascending / Linda Steen Spevacek -- I know where I'm going / trad., arr. Neil Ginsberg -- Amazing grace / trad., arr. Roger Emerson -- The Lord bless you, and keep you / John Rutter -- Panis angelicus / Cesar Franck, arr. Neil Jenkins -- Tears in heaven / Eric Clapton -- Nigra sum / Pablo Casals -- Country places / Margaret Sutherland -- Five haiku songs on rain / David Evans -- Dreamtime land ; Myoon myoon / Stephen Leek -- Black swana / trad., arr. Stephen Leek -- Danny Boy / trad., arr. Linda Steen Spevacek -- Oiche mhaith / trad., arr. Thomas Quigley -- Ave Maria / Thomas Luis de Victoria -- Leave no song unsung / Linda Steen Spevacek.

Performers: The Australian Children's Choir ; Andrew Wailes (conductor) ; Jonathan Bradley (piano) ; Wendy Greenberg (percussion: Dreamtime land, Myoon myoon).

Liner notes include notes on the performers.

Capture session: Recorded in August 2002 at the Chapel of Xavier College, Kew, and St Aidan's Uniting Church, North Balwyn, Melbourne.

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