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acolyte

CD

The acolyte / Robert Allworth.

  • Published by Jade Records [JADCD1005 ] — 1 CD (70 min.)
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Featured Australian works

  Work Composer PerformersDuration
The Acolyte (1989) for organ solo Robert Allworth 11 mins, 33 sec.
Canon Robert Allworth 2 min, 15 sec.
Decaying splendour (1986) — solo piano Robert Allworth 14 mins, 6 sec.
Epitaphium (1984) for mandolin ensemble Robert Allworth 4 mins, 28 sec.
Last look at Bronte (1984) for mandolin ensemble Robert Allworth 8 mins, 20 sec.
Last of the summer wine Robert Allworth 3 min, 32 sec.
Prelude, variations and postlude Robert Allworth 18 min, 26 sec.
Processional for organ solo Robert Allworth 3 mins, 41 sec.
Yesteryears (1986) — solo piano Robert Allworth 4 mins, 22 sec.

Product details

Duration: 70 min.

Contents note: The acolyte -- Decaying splendour -- Last look at Bronte -- Epitaphium -- Processional -- Last of the summer wine -- Canon -- Yesteryears -- Prelude, variations & postlude.

This product forms part of the following series: Robert Allworth Compact Disc Series.

Performers: Lawrence Bartlett (organ: Acolyte ; Processional) ; David Miller (piano: Decaying splendour ; Yesteryears) ; Sydney Mandolins (Last look at Bronte ; Epitaphium ; Prelude, variations & postlude) ; Adrian Hooper (conductor - Last look at Bronte ; Epitaphium ; Prelude, variations & postlude).

Capture session: Recorded at EMI Studios 301, Sydney, 14/4/86 and 8/4/87, and Saint Michaels Church, Vaucluse, Sydney, 21/2/89.

Includes biographies and programme notes.


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