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Miscellany for flute and harp


Miscellany for flute and harp / Kathryn Moorhead (flute), Megan Reeve (harp).

  • Published by Move Records — July, 2013 [MCD447] — 1 CD
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Featured Australian works

  Work Composer PerformersDuration
Mists of Islay (1993) for harp solo
Recorded/performed at: Mad Cat Sound, Melbourne, on 2009.
Colin Brumby Megan Reeve 5 mins, 38 sec.
Quiet evening (1997) for flute and harp duo
Recorded/performed at: Mad Cat Sound, Melbourne, on 2009.
John Carmichael Kathryn Moorhead, Megan Reeve 3 mins, 14 sec.

Also includes: Entr'acte / Jacques Ibert -- The fog is lifting, op. 41 / Carl Nielsen -- Sicilienne / Maria Theresia von Paradis -- Allegretto from 'Suite de trois morceaux' / Benjamin Godard -- Tango-etudes no. 3 / Astor Piazzolla -- Arab dance from the 'Nutcracker suite' / Tchaikovsky -- Entr'acte to Act 3 from 'Carmen' / Bizet -- Largo from 'Sonata in F major / Telemann - Dance of the blessed spirits from 'Orpheus and Euridice' / Gluck -- Greensleeves (Anon.) -- Berceuse op. 16 / Fauré -- Phantasy on themes of Japanese folk songs / Josef Molnar.

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Throughout history composers have been drawn to the combination of the flute and harp, from the shepherd's pan pipes and Orphean lyre of ancient Arcadia, to the French court of Marie-Antoinette and Mozart's duo concerto.

'Miscellany for Flute and Harp' draws on a broad range of historical and contemporary repertoire that showcases this perennial duo. Kathryn Moorhead and Megan Reeve, founders of the Miscellany Ensemble, come together for this long awaited debut recording.

Kathryn and Megan have chosen a wide variety of music to feature on this recording, from the well-known to the recently discovered. Classical favourites such as the Arab Dance from the Nutcracker Suite, Gluck's Dance of the Blessed Spirits and the Entr'acte from Carmen sit alongside contemporary Australian works from Colin Brumby and John Carmichael. Folk music is explored with variations on Greensleeves and Josef Molnar's Phantasy on Themes of Japanese Folk Songs, which pushes both instruments to their limits.
A true miscellany for flute and harp!

Liner notes include brief program notes and biographical notes on the performers.

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