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  • Australian composers

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    There are too many Australian composers to list, only those dating from the colonial period were included.

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  • Percy Grainger: Australias greatest composer? - Professor Malcolm Gilles

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    We can think of world-leading Australians in sport (Don Bradman), media ownership (Rupert Murdoch) and film (Nicole Kidman). In music, some great performers come to mind, especially female singers (Nellie Melba, Joan Sutherland). But how many people can even name an Australian composer? In his Gresham Lecture, Malcolm Gillies probes this elusive category of greatness. Percy Grainger (1882-1961), the composer of Country Gardens, is often mentioned as a contender. But, despite his birth, was he really Australian, was he primarily a composer, and what was so great about him, anyway?

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  • Introducing the Making Conversation: Australian Composers Podcast

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    Making Waves is proud to introduce the Making Conversation: Australian Composers Podcast. Making Conversation is a series of interviews with Australian composers located around the country and internationally. Since July 2016, a team of 10 emerging music journalists have busily been recording and producing close to 30 episodes of this series that will be released weekly from Friday 21 April 2017. Listeners can expect to hear about: creative motivation, studying, working a portfolio career, juggling creativity with day jobs and parenting, technique, productivity, gender, growing up with music, and much more.

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    MUSIC IN THIS EPISODE

    The music you heard in the this episode is:
    I/O (2014), by Eli Simic-Prosic
    For diskclavier, recorded by the composer. Used with permission.


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  • SIGHTREADING Water Music to Save Australia from bushfires!

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  • Whos your favourite composer?

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    ACO Musicians reveal their all time favourite composer - JS Bach. See the ACO perform Bach's celebrated works on our national 'Intimate Bach' tour from 19 - 30 October. Tickets on sale at

  • Percy Graingers Synthesisers

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    The Australian classical composer, Percy Grainger, heard strange music in his head. He built machines to produce it, and these were the precursor to the synthesiser.

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  • Stay by Australian pianist/composer/songwriter Mark Andrew Hansen

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    Live recording of a cute, sweet & warm acoustic song with piano and vocals about finding love and inner peace in the face of heart break & existential angst.

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  • The Best of Händel

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    Concerto Grosso Op. 6
    No. 1, in G Major I. A Tempo Giusto 00:00
    No. 1, in G Major II. Allegro 01:54
    No. 1, in G Major III. Adagio 04:10
    No. 1, in G Major IV. Allegro 07:30
    No. 1, in G Major V. Allegro 10:13
    No. 2, in F Major I. Andante Larghetto 13:19
    No. 2, in F Major II. Allegro 17:45
    No. 2, in F Major III. Largo 20:33
    No. 2, in F Major IV. Allegro ma non troppo 23:47
    No. 3, in E Major I. Larghetto 26:10
    No. 3, in E Major II. Andante 27:58
    No. 3, in E Major III. Allegro 30:50
    No. 3, in E Major IV. Polonaise, Andante 33:50
    No. 3, in E Major V. Allegro ma non troppo 40:04
    No. 4, in A Minor I. Laghetto affettuoso 41:50
    No. 4, in A Minor II. Allegro 44:33
    No. 4, in A Minor III. Largo e piano 47:52
    No. 4, in A Minor IV. Allegro 50:14
    Water Music
    Suite No. 1, in F Major I. Overture 53:14
    Suite No. 1, in F Major II. Adagio e Staccato 58:55
    Suite No. 1, in F Major III. Minuet 1:06:28
    Suite No. 1, in F Major IV. Aria 1:10:34
    Suite No. 1, in F Major V. Minuet 1:14:49
    Suite No. 1, in F Major VI. Bouree 1:16:58
    Suite No. 1, in F Major VII. Hornipipe 1:19:19
    Suite No. 1, in F Major VIII. Allegro 1:21:27
    Suite No. 2, in D Major I. Allegro 1:25:48
    Suite No. 2, in D Major II. Alla Hornpipe 1:28:01
    Suite No. 2, in D Major III. Minuet 1:32:52
    Suite No. 2, in D Major IV. Lento 1:34:15
    Suite No. 2, in D Major V. Bouree 1:36:15
    Suite No. 3, in G Major I. Allegro 1:37:37
    Suite No. 3, in G Major II. Rigaudon 1:Corona40:23
    Suite No. 3, in G Major III. Minuet 1:43:15
    Suite No. 3, in G Major IV. Minuet 1:44:27
    Suite No. 3, in G Majo V. Allegro 1:46:40
    Suite No. 3, in G Major VI. Allegro 1:47:25
    Rinaldo, HWV 7: Act II Lascia Ch'io Pianga 1:48:17
    Serse, HWV 40: Act I Ombra Mai Fu 1:52:52
    Messiah, HWV 56: Chorus Hallelujah 1:55:25
    Messiah, HWV 56: Chorus For unto us a Child is Born 1:59:14
    Zadok the Priest, HWV 258 ( Coronation anthem ) 2:03:18
    Suite in D Minor, HWV 437: IV. Sarabande 2:05:25
    Samson, HWV 57: Act III Let their celestial concerts 2:07:42

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  • 10 Classical Music Pieces EVERYONE Should Know

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  • The Best of Mozart

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    THE BEST OF MOZART

    1. Eine Kleine Nachtmusik, K. 525: I. Allegro (00:00)
    2. Eine Kleine Nachtmusik, K. 525: II. Romanze - Andante (07:45)
    3. Eine Kleine Nachtmusik, K. 525: III. Menuetto - Allegretto (12:50)
    4. Eine Kleine Nachtmusik, K. 525: IV. Rondo - Allegro (14:50)
    5. Symphony No 35 in D major, K. 385 (Haffner Symphony): I. Allegro con spirito (20:08)
    6. Symphony No 35 in D major, K. 385 (Haffner Symphony): IV. Presto (25:54)
    7. Symphony No 40 in G minor, KV. 550: I. Molto Allegro (29:53)
    8. The Magic Flute: Overture (37:29)
    9. The Marriage of Figaro: Overture (44:41)
    10. String Quartet No. 23 in F major, K. 590: I. Allegro moderato (49:12)
    11. String Quartet No. 23 in F major, K. 590: IV. Allegro (58:13)
    12. String Quartet No. 20 in D major, K. 499: II. Menuetto and Trio. Allegretto (1:03:17)
    13. Violin Sonata No. 26 in B-flat major, K. 378: III. Rondo. Allegro (1:06:38)
    14. Piano Concerto No. 21 in C major, K. 467: II. Andante (1:10:46)
    15. Piano Concerto No. 23 in A major, K. 488: I. Allegro (1:16:25)
    16. Piano Sonata No. 11 in A major, K. 331: III. Alla Turca (1:27:15)
    17. Clarinet Concerto in A major, K. 622: II. Adagio (1:29:35)
    18. Violin Concerto No. 3 in G major, K. 216: I. Allegro (1:36:36)
    19. Flute Concerto No. 2 in D major, K. 314: II. Adagio non troppo (1:46:08)
    20. Horn Concerto No. 3 in E-flat major, K. 447: II. Romance. Larghetto (1:51:36)

    Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (27 January 1756 – 5 December 1791) was a prolific and influential composer of the classical era.
    Born in Salzburg, Mozart showed prodigious ability from his earliest childhood. Already competent on keyboard and violin, he composed from the age of five and performed before European royalty. Mozart was engaged as a musician at the Salzburg court, but grew restless and traveled in search of a better position. While visiting Vienna in 1781, he was dismissed from his Salzburg position. He chose to stay in the capital, where he achieved fame but little financial security. During his final years in Vienna, he composed many of his best-known symphonies, concertos, and operas, and portions of the Requiem, which was largely unfinished at the time of his early death at the age of 35. The circumstances of his early death have been much mythologized.

    He composed more than 600 works, many acknowledged as pinnacles of symphonic, concertante, chamber, operatic, and choral music. He is among the most enduringly popular of classical composers, and his influence is profound on subsequent Western art music. Ludwig van Beethoven composed his own early works in the shadow of Mozart, and Joseph Haydn wrote: posterity will not see such a talent again in 100 years.

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  • Top 50 Best Classical Violin Music

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    Artists:
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    Gil Sharon (violin)
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    Anton Nel (piano)
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    Tracklist:
    00:00:00 Mazurka in A Minor, Op. 67 No. 4 (Chopin)
    00:03:01 Song Without Words, Op. 2 No. 3 (Tchaikovsky)
    00:06:20 Divertimento, K. 334: Menuet (Mozart)
    00:10:29 Hungarian Dance No. 6, WoO 1 (Brahms)
    00:13:42 Hungarian Dance No. 1, WoO 1 (Brahms)
    00:16:40 Romance in A Major, Op. 94 No. 2 (Schumann)
    00:22:02 Morceaux, Op. 10: No. 2, Humoresque in G Major. Menuet (Bocherini)
    00:25:34 Les millions D'Arlequin: Serenade (Drigo)
    00:30:10 Sonata in A Major (Paganini)
    00:35:04 Träumerei, Op. 21 (Drdla)
    00:37:45 Das Lied der Geige, Op. 2 (Schebek)
    00:40:56 Immer oder nimmer Walzer, Op. 156 (Waldteufel)
    00:50:22 Schön Rosmarin (Kreisler)
    00:52:10 Espana, Op. 165 No. 2: Tango (Albeniz)
    00:54:45 Russian Romance (Chernyetsky)
    00:57:36 Guitarre, Op. 45 No. 2 (Moszkowski)
    01:01:14 Menuet (Attr. Porpora) (Porpora / Kreisler)
    01:05:20 Allegretto grazioso (Porpora / Bonelli)
    01:07:25 Le triomphe de la République: Tambourin (Arr. Burmester) (Gossec (Francois))
    01:08:42 Salut d'amour, Op. 12 (Elgar)
    01:11:16 3 Pieces, Op. 11: Mazurka in F-Sharp Minor (Chopin)
    01:14:07 Poème for Violin and Piano, Op. 41 No. 4 (Arr. Weniger) (Fibich (Zdenek))
    01:16:01 5 Gedichte, WWV 91: V. Träume (Wagner)
    01:19:38 Valse scherzo (Tchaikovsky)
    01:21:30 Song Without Words, Op. 60: I. Andante espressivo “May Breezes” (Arr. Kreisler) (Mendelssohn)
    01:24:12 Myrthen, Op. 25: I. Dedication (Schumann)
    01:26:38 Romance (Rubinstein)
    01:29:18 Cantabile in D Major, Op. 17 (Paganini)
    01:32:19 Hungarian Dance No. 7 in F Major, WoO 1 (Allegretto) (Brahms)
    01:34:45 Romance, Op. 3 (Gliere)
    01:38:50 Kujawiak in A Minor (Wieniawski (Henryk))
    01:41:48 3 Old Viennese Dances: II. Liebesleid (Kreisler)
    01:44:48 Le roi s'amuse: VII. Passepied (Arr. Elman) (Delibes / Elman (Mischa))
    01:46:46 Waltz No. 1 in A Major, Op.54 (Moderato) (Dvorák)
    01:50:22 5 Spanish Dances, Op. 12: I. Allegro brioso (Moszkowski)
    01:52:01 16 Morceaux de Salon, Op. 49: VII. La Sevillana (Alard (Delphin))
    01:54:33 Bandana Sketches, Op. 12 Nobody Knows the Trouble I've Seen (White)
    01:57:57 Le Secret (Gautier (Jacques))
    02:00:40 14 Romances, Op. 34: No. 14, Vocalise (Rachmaninoff)
    02:06:31 Préludes, L. 117, Premier Livre: VIII. La fille aux cheveux de lin (Debussy)
    02:09:17 Orfeo ed Euridice, Wq. 30, Act 2: Melodie No. 2 (Arr. Heifetz) (Von Gluck, arr. Jascha Heifetz)
    02:12:27 2 Pieces for Cello and Orchestra, Op.20: II. Serenade Espagnole (Arr. Kreisler) (Glazunov, arr. Kreisler)
    02:15:50 3 Romantic Pieces, Op. 75: I. Allegro moderato (Dvorák)
    02:19:25 3 Romantic Pieces, Op. 75: II. Allegro maestoso (Dvorák)
    02:22:22 3 Romantic Pieces, Op. 75: III. Allegro appassionato (Dvorák)
    02:25:13 Thaïs, Act 2: Méditation (Massenet)
    02:29:49 Zigeunerweisen, Op. 20 (Sarasate (Pablo de))
    02:39:46 Romance (Wieniawski (Henryk))
    02:44:46 Hora staccato (Dinicu (Grigoras))
    02:46:10 Pacsirta (Dinicu (Grigoras))

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  • Robyn - Dancing On My Own

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  • Mark John Mcencroe, Symphonic Poem, A Celebration of the Natural World

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    Mark John Mcencroe, Symphonic Poem, A Celebration of the Natural World

    Janáček Philharmonic Orchestra
    Anthony Armoré, conductor

    Mark John McEncroe is an Australian composer
    Born in Sydney, Australia, Mark John McEncroe commenced music studies in his adulthood. He had a varied interest in many kinds of music, not just classical, which led him to working in the music/record business for EMI Records in his early 20s and 30s. For much of that time he was a Label Manager, first with EMI Australia and then with EMI Sweden.

    At age 37 McEncroe studied piano in earnest under Will Scarlett in Sydney. Later he continued with Valerie Fawcett and then Helen Kennedy, after Will Scarlett's death. During this time McEncroe developed an interest in composition that was to become his all consuming passion and main focus. To this end, in 2003 he began his study of music theory and composition with Margaret Brandman in Sydney, which continued until 2012.

    In 2006 he collaborated with Mark J Saliba who orchestrated a piano work from McEncroe's Symphonic Poem - The Passing. This work was later recorded and performed by The Janacek Philharmonic Orchestra (JPO) in The Czech Republic. Since then Saliba has orchestrated much of McEncroe's material from his piano works and piano reductions.

    McEncroe has recorded and released two piano CDs, Reflections & Recollections Vol. 1 and Vol. 2, with pianist Helen Kennedy. He has also released his Fanfare Suite for orchestra, and two Symphonic Poems – “The Passing” and “A Celebration of The Natural World” – on the CD Affirmations & Aspirations recorded in The Czech Republic with The JPO conducted by Anthony Armore.
    Over the last few years McEncroe has recorded many works with The JPO and conductor Anthony Armore.

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  • Nocturne by Le Gallienne, Australian composer

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    Hayden, 14, plays Nocturne by Le Gallienne, Australian Composer, on an Australian hand built Overs Steinbach Grand

  • Josh Pyke’s Orchestral Debut

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    Performing with an orchestra has been on singer-songwriter Josh Pyke’s bucket list for some time. In 2015 Josh’s wish came true when the Sydney Symphony Orchestra hooked him up with 10 emerging Australian composers to arrange his most treasured songs for orchestra. In this video Josh chats to Perth-based composer Lachlan Skipworth, who arranged Leeward Side, before having a jam session with SSO violin Fellow Thibaud Pavlovic-Hobba.

    Features singer-songwriter Josh Pyke, composer Lachlan Skipworth and Sydney Symphony Orchestra violin fellow Thibaud Pavlovic-Hobba.

    Director/Videographer: Kai Raisbeck
    Producer/Interviewer: Bridget Cormack

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    “LEEWARD SIDE”
    Composed by J. Pyke* & M. Rosenberg
    © J. Albert & Son Pty Limited */Universal Music Publishing Pty Ltd

  • Pirates of the Caribbean 1080p

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    Klaus Badelt - Music from the Pirates of the Caribbean soundtrack, performed by the Auckland Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Gary Daverne.
    From the concert Organ Symphony recorded November 2012 at the Auckland Town Hall

  • Miriam Hyde performs The Fountain on Sunday Afternoon with Peter Ross

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    Miriam Hyde is one of Australia's most recognisable composers with her compositions appearing on many piano examination syllabuses. She was a prodigious composer from a young age. Here she is on ABC TV remarking on her early encouragement from the composer Percy Grainger and performing her work The Fountain.

  • QLD CON SAX ORCHESTRA EURO PROMO.m4v

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    The Queensland Conservatorium Saxophone Orchestra's performances at the World Saxophone Congress XVI is part of their July 2012 International tour including a series of concerts at the Guildhall School of Music, London and the International Society of Music Education Conference in Greece. They are the only large ensemble from Australia to be invited to the WSC as well as the only performing ensemble from Australia to be invited to ISME. Our goal is to expand our network of music-appreciating people in addition to use the funds to allow travel and accommodation to Europe for this fabulous once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.
    The Queensland Conservatorium Saxophone Orchestra's performances at the World Saxophone Congress XVI is part of their July 2012 International tour including a series of concerts at the Guildhall School of Music, London and the International Society of Music Education Conference in Greece. They are the only large ensemble from Australia to be invited to the WSC as well as the only performing ensemble from Australia to be invited to ISME. Our goal is to expand our network of music-appreciating people in addition to use the funds to allow travel and accommodation to Europe for this fabulous once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.
    Career highlights include their successful recital as part of the July 2011 Australian Clarinet and Saxophone Festival in Melbourne, performing later in the month at the internationally acclaimed event The Queensland Music Festival in the Vaporisations project -- a site specific work for massed saxophones developing an active sound installation which was recorded for national broadcast by the Australian Broadcasting Commission.
    Given the rarity of the group in Australia, QCSO continually approaches Australian composers of all influences culminating in an annual 'Australian Made' concert at the Queensland Conservatorium. This has been a wonderful opportunity for the development and showcasing of Australian saxophone ensemble repertoire. They look forward to recording a CD of all-Australian composers for the medium of the saxophone orchestra.

    The QCSO will continue passionately promoting new work for the saxophone ensemble medium and look forward to touring schools and townships of Outback Australia in 2013 as a special regional collaborative music education project.

  • Mozart - Greatest Hits

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    01 Symphony No. 40 in G Minor, K. 550
    I. Molto allegro 00:00
    II. Andante 08:10
    III. Minuetto. Allegretto 19:07
    IV. Allegro assai 23:32

    02 Eine Kleine Nachtmusik in G Major, K. 525
    I. Allegro 30:09
    II. Romanza. Andante 36:10
    III. Minuetto. Allegretto 42:47
    IV. Rondò. Allegro 45:12

    03 Le Nozze di Figaro: Non Più Andrai, Farfallone Amoroso 48:23
    04 Piano Sonata No. 11 in A Major, K 331 Alla Turca: III. Alla Turca 51:42
    05 Don Giovanni: Madamina, il Catalogo È Questo 55:20

    06 Lucio Silla, K. 135: Ouverture
    I. Molto allegro 1:00:40
    II. Andante 1:04:24
    III. Molto allegro 1:07:11

    07 Symphony No. 41 in C Major, K. 551 Jupiter
    I. Allegro vivace 1:08:51
    II. Andante cantabile 1:19:43
    III. Menuetto. Allegretto 1:27:59
    IV. Molto Allegro 1:32:35

    08 Symphony No. 38 in D Major, K. 504 Prague
    I. Adagio – Allegro 1:41:28
    II. Andante 1:54:49
    III. Presto 2:03:54

    09 Piano Concerto No. 21 in C Major, K. 467
    I. Allegro maestoso 2:09:52
    II. Andante 2:24:22
    III. Allegro vivace assai 2:31:37

    10 Flute and Harp Concerto in C Major, K. 299
    I. Allegro 2:38:23
    II. Andantino 2:48:49
    III. Rondò. Allegro 2:56:59

    11 Le Nozze di Figaro: Voi che Sapete 3:07:31
    12 Die Zauberflöte, K. 620: Ouverture 3:09:45

    13 Symphony No. 36 in C Major, K. 425 Linz
    I. Adagio - Allegro spiritoso 3:16:58
    II. Andante con moto 3:27:03
    III. Menuetto 3:34:30
    IV. Presto 3:37:44

    14 Requiem, K. 626
    Introitus. Requiem 3:45:14
    Kyrie 3:50:35
    Sequentia. Dies Irae 3:53:14
    Sequentia. tuba Mirum 3:54:55
    Sequentia. Rex Tremendae 3:58:31
    Sequentia. Recordare 4:00:45
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    Sanctus 4:19:44
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    Agnus Dei 4:26:58
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    Cum Sanctis tuis

    # 01, 06-09, 13: Orchestra da Camera Fiorentina, Giuseppe Lanzetta
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    # 10: Ursula Mazurek, Opole Philarmonic Orchestra, Silvano Frontalini
    # 12: Opole Philharmonic Orchestra, Alexandr Tracz
    # 14: Orchestra da Camera Fiorentina, Harmonia Cantata, Giuseppe Lanzetta

    Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756–1791) was a prolific and influential composer of the Classical era. Born in Salzburg, he showed prodigious ability from his earliest childhood. Already competent on keyboard and violin, he composed from the age of five and performed before European royalty. At 17, Mozart was engaged as a musician at the Salzburg court, but grew restless and traveled in search of a better position. While visiting Vienna in 1781, he was dismissed from his Salzburg position. He chose to stay in the capital, where he achieved fame but little financial security. During his final years in Vienna, he composed many of his best-known symphonies, concertos, operas, and portions of the Requiem, which was largely unfinished at the time of his death. He wrote more than 600 works, many acknowledged as pinnacles of symphonic, concertante, chamber, operatic, and choral music. He is among the most enduringly popular of classical composers, and his influence is profound on subsequent Western art music. Ludwig van Beethoven composed his own early works in the shadow of Mozart, and Joseph Haydn wrote: Posterity will not see such a talent again in 100 years.

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  • Through Forests Many a Flower

    3:17

    Dedicated to the gifted sibling-pianists Jeremy and Grace Sun, as a gesture of thanks for the interest they have shown in my music, and their friendship.

    The pianist is Jeanell Carrigan

    Dr Jeanell Carrigan AM is presently an Associate Professor in Collaborative Piano at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music, University of Sydney. She has performed as a soloist, chamber musician and accompanist in Germany, Italy, Austria, Switzerland and throughout Australia, and has recorded for the Bavarian Radio Corporation, the ABC and for regional stations in Australia on many occasions. She holds a Doctor of Creative Arts in the area of Australian post-1970 solo piano repertoire and in May, 2016 released her seventeenth solo compact disc of Australian piano music. She is passionate about promoting Australian Music particularly the piano music of Australian women composers. In a review of the CD A Little Variation, composer Houston Dunleavy said “This recording is one to add to the list of treasures of Australian music that seem to be growing by the year. Surely Jeanell Carrigan belongs in this category as well. Australian music has a great champion in Carrigan’s fine playing and scholarship. She deserves far wide recognition for the quality of her work.” (Music Trust 1/4/15)

    Recorded in February 2018 at Verbrugghen Hall at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music.

    The piano used was the Fazioli concert grand tuned and maintained by David Kinney.

    Recording Engineer: David Kim Boyle.

    Image: Carmen Guedez

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  • Top 10 Iconic Instrumental Film Scores

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    Join as we count down the top 10 memorable, recognizable and iconic Instrumental Movie Scores.

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  • Giuseppe Scaturro - Electronic Composer

    3:30

    Composer[For Hire]
    Based In Sydney, Australia

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    Currently Studying A Bachelor Degree Of Music Composition And Music Production At The Australian Institute Of Music
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    Giuseppe (Formerly Known As Industrial/EBM Artist The Tormentor) Specializes In Production And Composition Of A Vast Amount Of Genres In The Field Of Electronic Synthesis.

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  • Funniest Classical Orchestra Ever... - Rainer Hersch

    8:03

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    Introducing the comedy of Rainer Hersch! Rainer conducts the Philharmonia Orchestra at the Royal Festival Hall, London. Music includes Rossini William Tell Overture (excerpt), Leroy Anderson 'The Typewriter' (excerpt); Pizzicato Polka conducting by juggling; Symphony for Audience, British Airways commercial rewritten; Who sits where diagrams; Blue Danube (excerpt); Radetzky March (excerpt). All arrangements by Rainer Hersch.

    ABOUT RAINER HERSCH
    British stand-up comedian Rainer Hersch has performed on every comedy stage in the UK and in more than thirty countries across the world. He has appeared thirteen times at Edinburgh Festival, headlined the famous Comedy Store and presented countless shows for BBC TV and Radio. A trained pianist and conductor, he also combines his comedy with music, leading orchestras from Australia to St Petersburg - including many Pops Concert series in the US and Canada. He has collaborated with some of the great names in classical music including Alfred Brendel, Nicola Benedetti, Dame Evelyn Glennie, and Marc-André Hamelin.

    Join his fan channel to check out his other clips. Rainer is available either solo or with orchestra and for performances in English, German, Spanish and French. For all enquiries: management@thecomedy.biz

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    Die lustigste Orchester der Welt. Die Komödie von Rainer Hersch. Rainer schreibt und performed seine eigenen Shows und dies weltweit von Kanada zur Karibik, über Australien und Süd Afrika. Sein Repertoire reicht von solo stand-up zu seiner eigenen berüchtigten 8-Mann Band oder einem voll ausgewachsenen Symphonie Orchester (das er sich zeitweise ausleiht). Er schreibt eine nicht so ernsthafte Kolumne für das BBC Music Magazin, war in zahlreichen BBC TV Serien and hat mehrere Radio Sendungen geschrieben und produziert. Weitere Information und Kontakt: und management@thecomedy.biz

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    Le plus drôle orchestre du monde. La comédie de Rainer Hersch.
    La orquesta más gracioso del mundo. La comedia de Rainer Hersch.

  • Without Her

    1:23

    This piece was written at the request of fellow composer and founder of Keys Press, Geoffrey Allen, for a publication of a series of piano pieces by fellow Australian composers to honour the life and legacy of the late composer/pianist Miriam Hyde. Miriam was my friend and mentor for over thirty years. If I could find but one word to describe her, that word would be the kindest of words ever written.

    As much as I am the better for having known her, I am at times a little lost “without her”.

    The pianist is Jeanell Carrigan.

    Dr Jeanell Carrigan is presently an Associate Professor in Collaborative Piano at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music, University of Sydney. She has performed as a soloist, chamber musician and accompanist in Germany, Italy, Austria, Switzerland and throughout Australia, and has recorded for the Bavarian Radio Corporation, the ABC and for regional stations in Australia on many occasions. She holds a Doctor of Creative Arts in the area of Australian post-1970 solo piano repertoire and in May, 2016 released her seventeenth solo compact disc of Australian piano music. She is passionate about promoting Australian Music particularly the piano music of Australian women composers. In a review of the CD A Little Variation, composer Houston Dunleavy said “This recording is one to add to the list of treasures of Australian music that seem to be growing by the year. Surely Jeanell Carrigan belongs in this category as well. Australian music has a great champion in Carrigan’s fine playing and scholarship. She deserves far wide recognition for the quality of her work.” (Music Trust 1/4/15)


    Recorded in August/ September 2017 in Verbrugghen Hall at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music.

    Recording engineer: David Kim Boyle

  • RCM Piano 2015 Grade 8 List C No.1 Fuchs Lieb Schwesterlein Dear Little Sister Op.32 No.14 Sheet

    1:22

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  • 2CELLOS - Game of Thrones Live at Sydney Opera House

    5:05

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    Filmed by Big Picture Australia

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    Audio produced by Filip Vidovic, Luka Sulic and Stjepan Hauser
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  • The Good, the Bad and the Ugly - The Danish National Symphony Orchestra

    6:03

    #TheMorriconeDuel #FilmMusicLive #DNSO
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    The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
    Composed by Ennio Morricone
    Various flutes: Hans Ulrik, Russell Itani
    Vocals: Tuva Semmingsen & Christine Nonbo Andersen

    In January 2018, The Danish Broadcast Corporation (DR) aired a concert called “The Morricone Duel” performed by The Danish National Symphony Orchestra /DR SymfoniOrkestret, The Danish National Concert Choir with various soloists conducted by Sarah Hicks.
    The score is available on all regular Streaming-Platforms

    The music performed was titles from a wide range of western movies and mafia movies reflecting different perspectives on an Italian-American movie and film music style.

    Featured composers were Ennio Morricone, Bernard Herrmann, Nino Rota and Sonny Bono with music from films by Sergio Leone, Quentin Tarantino, Brian DePalma and Francis Ford Coppola.

    Set design design: Nikolaj Trap
    Light design: Mikael Sylvest
    Director of photography: Karsten Andersen
    Executive Producer, idea and concept: Nicolai Abrahamsen

    Performed and recorded in DR Koncerthuset 2018

    All rights reserved DR2018

  • Blue Mountains Variations--Pianist: Evgeny Ukhanov Composer: Bo Jiang

    4:12

    Licensing and copyright enquiries Email jiangcompositions@gmail.com
    Music score
    Image credit: Roy Stanton and Tongxi Shan
    After relocating to Sydney, the Australian Chinese composer Bo Jiang often traveled west to visit the Blue Mountains. He was captivated by the region's beauty, finding a connection that inspired the original Blue Mountains composition. This spawned five variations reflecting the diverse characteristics that evolved from the region's changing seasons. Performed by Ukraine Australian pianist Evgeny Ukhanov, a winner of many international competitions.

  • Gregory Isaacs - Night Nurse

    4:03

    Song: Night Nurse
    Artist: Gregory Isaacs
    Year: 1982
    LP/CD: Night Nurse
    Composers: Gregory Isaacs, Sylvester Weise

  • The Sorrow of Angels

    3:39

    ‘The Sorrow of Angels’ was first written as a single piece, what is heard here as ‘Their Sorrow’. I had first written it in a single sitting one afternoon after feeling the weight of the world on my shoulders. Something was not right but I knew not what was wrong. The next day, my mother was diagnosed with cancer. She died a year later. Come the time I offered ‘The Sorrow of Angels’ as a single page work to my publisher, it was suggested I complement it with overture-like movement, so to facilitate a more practical means of its presentation in sheet music form. On seeing the score, composer Miriam Hyde wrote me about ‘Their Sorrow’ that I had achieved something quite unique using so few notes. Less is not only more, it reveals more. The overture was uploaded earlier. This is 'Their Sorrow'.

    The pianist is Jeanell Carrigan.

    Dr Jeanell Carrigan is presently an Associate Professor in Collaborative Piano at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music, University of Sydney. She has performed as a soloist, chamber musician and accompanist in Germany, Italy, Austria, Switzerland and throughout Australia, and has recorded for the Bavarian Radio Corporation, the ABC and for regional stations in Australia on many occasions. She holds a Doctor of Creative Arts in the area of Australian post-1970 solo piano repertoire and in May, 2016 released her seventeenth solo compact disc of Australian piano music. She is passionate about promoting Australian Music particularly the piano music of Australian women composers. In a review of the CD A Little Variation, composer Houston Dunleavy said “This recording is one to add to the list of treasures of Australian music that seem to be growing by the year. Surely Jeanell Carrigan belongs in this category as well. Australian music has a great champion in Carrigan’s fine playing and scholarship. She deserves far wide recognition for the quality of her work.” (Music Trust 1/4/15)

    Recorded in August/ September 2017 in Verbrugghen Hall at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music.

    The piano was the Fazioli concert grand tuned and maintained by David Kinney.

    Recording engineer: David Kim Boyle.

  • Hymn to the Aten

    4:23

    Hymn to the Aten from Talatat: a suite in three movements for piano

    The first of three movements of a suite titled Talatat, based on Egyptian themes.

    Talatats are small blocks of sandstone, from the grandest period of ancient Egypt, and used to construct Akhenaten’s Aten temples and palaces in Karnak and El-‘Amarna.

    Talatat is the Arabic word for three, describing the length of the typical small stone building blocks of such temples, hence there are three movements to this suite.

    ‘Hymn to the Aten’ is a musical evocation of a hymn-poem, written to the sun-disk deity, Aten.

    The pianist is Jeanell Carrigan

    Dr Jeanell Carrigan AM is presently an Associate Professor in Collaborative Piano at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music, University of Sydney. She has performed as a soloist, chamber musician and accompanist in Germany, Italy, Austria, Switzerland and throughout Australia, and has recorded for the Bavarian Radio Corporation, the ABC and for regional stations in Australia on many occasions. She holds a Doctor of Creative Arts in the area of Australian post-1970 solo piano repertoire and in May, 2016 released her seventeenth solo compact disc of Australian piano music. She is passionate about promoting Australian Music particularly the piano music of Australian women composers. In a review of the CD A Little Variation, composer Houston Dunleavy said “This recording is one to add to the list of treasures of Australian music that seem to be growing by the year. Surely Jeanell Carrigan belongs in this category as well. Australian music has a great champion in Carrigan’s fine playing and scholarship. She deserves far wide recognition for the quality of her work.” (Music Trust 1/4/15)

    Recorded in August/ September 2017 in Verbrugghen Hall at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music.

    The piano was the Fazioli concert grand tuned and maintained by David Kinney.

    Recording engineer: David Kim Boyle.

  • Summer Mix 2019 | Best Of Deep House & Club Music | Warm Up Guest Mix Kiss FM

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  • Tchaikovsky - The Nutcracker Suite, Op 71a

    21:35

    The Nutcracker is a two-act ballet, with a score by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky. Tchaikovsky made a selection of eight of the numbers from the ballet, forming The Nutcracker Suite, Op. 71a, intended for concert performance. The Nutcracker Suite should not be mistaken for the complete ballet. The outline below represents the selection and sequence of the Nutcracker Suite culled by the composer.

    I. Miniature Overture 0:00
    II. Danses caractéristiques
    --a. Marche 3:29
    --b. Dance of the Sugar-Plum Fairy 5:59
    --c. Russian Dance (Trepak) 7:47
    --d. Arabian Dance 8:58
    --e. Chinese Dance 12:04
    --f. Reed-Flutes 13:05
    III. Waltz of the Flowers 15:15

    No copyright infringement intended. The rights of this song go to their respective owners.
    **I'm talking about the recordings**

  • Sheep May Safely Graze - Johann Sebastian Bach! Beautiful 4K Classical Music Video!

    26:05

    MUSIC LIST:

    Sheep May Safely Graze (Bach & Arthur Fiedler), Waltz Of The Baron (Vinyl), Waltz Of The Swans (Vinyl), Waltz Of The Red Lady (Vinyl), Waltz Of The Flowers (Vinyl), Waltz Of The Baron & The Gloveseller (Vinyl),

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    Was mir behagt, ist nur die muntre Jagd, BWV 208 is a cantata composed in 1713 by Johann Sebastian Bach. The aria Schafe können sicher weiden (Sheep May Safely Graze”).

    Sheep may safely graze is often played at weddings.

    Sheep May Safely Graze can be played effectively on the piano, for example in the arrangement by the American composer Mary Howe.

    Australian-born composer Percy Grainger wrote several free rambles on Bach's Sheep May Safely Graze.

    British composer William Walton re-orchestrated Sheep May Safely Graze for a ballet score based on music by Bach, The Wise Virgins. The ballet was created in 1940 with choreography by Frederick Ashton.

    American composer and electronic musician Wendy Carlos arranged and recorded Sheep May Safely Graze on a Moog synthesizer for her 1973 album Switched-On Bach II.

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    The Definition Of Classical Music:

    Music created between 1600 & 1900, and music created after 1900 that follows the style and tradition! Some Classical Music Composers:

    Johannes Brahms, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Johann Sebastian Bach, Frédéric Chopin, Franz Schubert, Joseph Haydn, Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, Franz Liszt, Robert Alexander Schumann, Felix Mendelssohn, Claude Debussy, Antonio Vivaldi, George Frideric Handel, Sergei Rachmaninoff, Antonín Dvořák, Gustav Mahler, Maurice Ravel, Richard Strauss, Dmitri Shostakovich, etc.

    Classical Music fits beautifully
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    Swan Lake, Op. 20 - The Philadelphia Orchestra, Eugene Ormandy
    9:51 - 13:40
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    'the Nutcracker Suite', Op. 71-a: Waltz of the Flowers - Philadelphia Orchestra, Eugene Ormandy
    16:04 - 22:31
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    On behalf of: Silver Classics Classical Music

  • Poppy Field in a Hollow

    1:55

    'Poppy Fields' is the final piece in a set of seven pieces collectively titled 'I would like to paint as the bird sings' based on paintings by the French Impressionist painter, Claude Monet.

    For me, a landscape does not exist in its own right, since its appearance changes at every moment; but the surrounding atmosphere brings it to life - the light and the air which vary continually. For me, it is only the surrounding atmosphere which gives subjects their true value.

    The pianist is Jeanell Carrigan.

    Dr Jeanell Carrigan is presently an Associate Professor in Collaborative Piano at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music, University of Sydney. She has performed as a soloist, chamber musician and accompanist in Germany, Italy, Austria, Switzerland and throughout Australia, and has recorded for the Bavarian Radio Corporation, the ABC and for regional stations in Australia on many occasions. She holds a Doctor of Creative Arts in the area of Australian post-1970 solo piano repertoire and in May, 2016 released her seventeenth solo compact disc of Australian piano music. She is passionate about promoting Australian Music particularly the piano music of Australian women composers. In a review of the CD A Little Variation, composer Houston Dunleavy said “This recording is one to add to the list of treasures of Australian music that seem to be growing by the year. Surely Jeanell Carrigan belongs in this category as well. Australian music has a great champion in Carrigan’s fine playing and scholarship. She deserves far wide recognition for the quality of her work.” (Music Trust 1/4/15)

    Recorded in August/ September 2017 in Verbrugghen Hall at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music.

    The piano was the Fazioli concert grand tuned and maintained by David Kinney.

    Recording engineer: David Kim Boyle.

  • Barcarolle

    1:15

    BARCAROLLE (from Three Romantic Pieces for Cello and Piano)

    A barcarolle is a traditional folk song usually sung by Venetian gondoliers, and characterized by a rhythm reminiscent of the gondolier’s stroke as it gently “reads” the rubato of soft waves, the romantic water-ways of the city of Venice.

    Dedicated to Steve Loe.

    The performers are cellist Minah Choe with Jeanell Carrigan at the piano.

    Minah Choe was born in Seoul, Korea and began her studies at the age of 8. She graduated with Bachelor of Music with First Class of Honors from the Sydney Conservatorium where she was admitted whilst at high school and received scholarships throughout her studies. She was a full scholarship holder at the Australian National Academy of Music in 2002. In 2004 Minah received master's degree from the Indiana University Jacob’s School of Music under the guidance of Prof. Janos Starker and continued with doctoral degree as his teaching assistant at IU. Currently Minah is pursuing her Doctor of Musical Arts degree at the Sydney Conservatorium while working as a freelance cellist in major orchestras and performing widely in various chamber music concerts and recitals. ​Minah has appeared as a soloist with several orchestras including Sydney Symphony, Christchurch Symphony, Nizhny-Novgrod Philharmonic, Indiana University Philharmonic, Bloomington Camerata, Sydney Conservatorium Chamber, and Ku-ring-gai Philharmonic, the Beecroft orchestras, and Melbourne String Ensemble. Minah has won numerous awards including “Most Promising Performer” in 4th Adam International Cello Competition, Australian Postgraduate Award, inaugural Janos Starker Scholarship, Dorothy Fraser Scholarship and Australian University of Women Federation Commemorative Fellowship. Minah is passionate about teaching cello. She was a tutor at AYO Young Symphonists in 2010 and tutor at the Riverina Summer School for Strings in 2013. This year, Minah teaches at the Sydney Conservatorium and the Conservatorium High School and has commenced working as a Music Co-ordinator of the ​Australian Korean Classical Association.Minah plays a cello by Joseph Hel (1869).


    Dr Jeanell Carrigan AM is presently an Associate Professor in Collaborative Piano at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music, University of Sydney. She has performed as a soloist, chamber musician and accompanist in Germany, Italy, Austria, Switzerland and throughout Australia, and has recorded for the Bavarian Radio Corporation, the ABC and for regional stations in Australia on many occasions. She holds a Doctor of Creative Arts in the area of Australian post-1970 solo piano repertoire and in May, 2016 released her seventeenth solo compact disc of Australian piano music. She is passionate about promoting Australian Music particularly the piano music of Australian women composers. In a review of the CD A Little Variation, composer Houston Dunleavy said “This recording is one to add to the list of treasures of Australian music that seem to be growing by the year. Surely Jeanell Carrigan belongs in this category as well. Australian music has a great champion in Carrigan’s fine playing and scholarship. She deserves far wide recognition for the quality of her work.” (Music Trust 1/4/15)

    Recorded in August/ September 2017 in Verbrugghen Hall at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music.

    The piano was the Fazioli concert grand tuned and maintained by David Kinney.

    Recording Engineer: David Kim Boyle.

  • Starseed

    3:02

    This piece is dedicated to the young and highly gifted American pianist of Polish descent, pianist Adam Jackson, after seeing a photograph Adam’s mother Agnieszka had taken of the sky, showing a formation of clouds like a window in the sky.

    There's a window in the sky
    Where a guardian light appears,
    As a breeze draws back
    Each curtain of cloud
    The light allays all fears,
    And through the window
    The reflection seen
    Of the connection we all share,
    Is of a love everlasting,
    Life's eternal dream ...
    The journey of a starseed
    From here to there.

    Adam has performed this work on several occasion throughout America and so, it has become something of a “signature” melody representing the special bond we share.

    The performer in this instance is Jeanell Carrigan.

    Dr. Jeanell Carrigan is presently an Associate Professor in Collaborative Piano at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music, University of Sydney. She has performed as a soloist, chamber musician and accompanist in Germany, Italy, Austria, Switzerland and throughout Australia, and has recorded for the Bavarian Radio Corporation, the ABC and for regional stations in Australia on many occasions. She holds a Doctor of Creative Arts in the area of Australian post-1970 solo piano repertoire and in May, 2016 released her seventeenth solo compact disc of Australian piano music. She is passionate about promoting Australian Music particularly the piano music of Australian women composers. In a review of the CD A Little Variation, composer Houston Dunleavy said “This recording is one to add to the list of treasures of Australian music that seem to be growing by the year. Surely Jeanell Carrigan belongs in this category as well. Australian music has a great champion in Carrigan’s fine playing and scholarship. She deserves far wide recognition for the quality of her work.” (Music Trust 1/4/15)

    Recorded in August/ September 2017 in Verbrugghen Hall at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music.

    The piano was the Fazioli concert grand tuned and maintained by David Kinney.

    Recording engineer: David Kim Boyle.

  • V25 Melody for left hand by Miriam Beatrice Hyde

    2:02

    ( 15 Jan. 1913 – 11 Jan. 2005)
    For Melody Yeomans, after a broken right wrist
    Miriam Hyde born in Adelaide, is not only one of Australia's greatest composers,
    she is also an enthusiastic teacher, lecturer and examiner.
    Giving recitals all over Australia till near her 92nd birthday.
    Played by Abigail Guez 13 y.o. ( From Adelaide Australia ) As 1 of the 6 pieces,
    required for her piano exam:Grade: 4 (2014) Awarded A = Honours.

  • Camille

    2:17

    'Camille' is the third piece in a set of seven pieces collectively titled 'I would like to paint as the bird sings' based on paintings by the French impressionist painter, Claude Monet.

    Camille-Léonie Doncieux was born in the town of La Guillotiere, now part of Lyons, France, on 15 January 1847. Her father, Charles Claude Doncieux, was a merchant. He moved with his wife and daughter to Paris, near the Sorbonne early in the Second French Empire (1852-1870). A few years after the birth of her sister, Geneviève-François in 1857, the family moved to Batignolles, now a part of the northwestern section of Paris. Batignolles was popular with artists.

    While in her teens, Doncieux began work as a model. She met Monet, seven years her senior, in 1865 and became his model posing for numerous paintings. She was Monet's mistress, living in poverty at the beginning of his career. His aunt and father did not approve of the relationship with Camille. During Camille's pregnancy with their first son, Monet left her in Paris and stayed at his aunt's country estate to protect the monthly cheque that he received from the family and give the appearance that he was no longer in a relationship with Camille. She was left behind in Paris without funds for her care.

    The pianist is Jeanell Carrigan.

    Dr Jeanell Carrigan is presently an Associate Professor in Collaborative Piano at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music, University of Sydney. She has performed as a soloist, chamber musician and accompanist in Germany, Italy, Austria, Switzerland and throughout Australia, and has recorded for the Bavarian Radio Corporation, the ABC and for regional stations in Australia on many occasions. She holds a Doctor of Creative Arts in the area of Australian post-1970 solo piano repertoire and in May, 2016 released her seventeenth solo compact disc of Australian piano music. She is passionate about promoting Australian Music particularly the piano music of Australian women composers. In a review of the CD A Little Variation, composer Houston Dunleavy said “This recording is one to add to the list of treasures of Australian music that seem to be growing by the year. Surely Jeanell Carrigan belongs in this category as well. Australian music has a great champion in Carrigan’s fine playing and scholarship. She deserves far wide recognition for the quality of her work.” (Music Trust 1/4/15)

    Recorded in August/ September 2017 in Verbrugghen Hall at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music.

    The piano was the Fazioli concert grand tuned and maintained by David Kinney.

    Recording engineer: David Kim Boyle.

  • Roy Agnew : Before Dawn

    2:50

    The Australian composer and pianist Roy Agnew (1891-1944) was, with Percy Grainger, one of the first Australian composers of 'art music' to gain an international reputation. He studied at the Sydney Conservatorium and later in London. The cover art of this exquisite miniature shows a river flowing under an arched bridge, but I have no idea if this has any specific relation to the piece!
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ------------------------------------------------------- Played by Phillip Sear
    (Email: piano4@psear.33mail.com
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  • Roomful Of Teeth: NPR Music Tiny Desk Concert

    13:53

    Mix a bit of yodeling with Tuvan throat singing, add in a pinch of Sardinian cantu a tenore, fold in compositions from cutting-edge composers and you have the vocal group Roomful of Teeth. This eight-voice ensemble, which includes the 2013 Pulitzer Prize-winning composer Caroline Shaw, is gleefully dismantling the traditional definition of ensemble singing right before our ears (and teeth!).

    Musical descendants of the innovative extended vocal techniques of Meredith Monk, the Teeth tend to make sounds — some sweet, others alarming — that you probably haven't heard from a group of humans.

    In Australian composer Wally Gunn's The Fence is Gone, verses emerge from an infrastructure of oh-ha syllables and a simple drum pulse, ending with women's voices, tight in harmony, like a chord from a Casio keyboard. In Rinde Eckert's Cesca's View, imagine a lonely cowgirl on some windswept plain. Estelí Gomez gets her yodel on, beautifully, while the three other women vocalize in close, barbershop-style harmony. It literally ends on a high note.

    To finish, Teeth founder and director Brad Wells contributes Otherwise. Warm, rounded tones in male voices contrast with a steely sheen from the women and a high drone like a Tibetan singing bowl. The harmonies take a tangy, almost Bulgarian turn, then we get something truly otherworldly. A pulsing, slightly creepy Sardinian bim-bom vocalise buzzes like a gigantic cicada. Dashon Burton's operatic baritone soars above it all. The agility of the voices and multicolored blend they achieve are extraordinary.

    As the applause faded away, one of the Teeth said, Thanks for letting us yell at you. No, I think it's we who are grateful — and perhaps a little stunned. --TOM HUIZENGA

    Set List
    Wally Gunn: The Fence Is Gone 0:00
    Rinde Eckert: Cesca's View 4:30
    Brad Wells: Otherwise 8:22

    Credits
    Producers: Bob Boilen, Tom Huizenga, Maggie Starbard; Audio Engineer: Kevin Wait; Videographers: Colin Marshall, Maggie Starbard, Susan Hale Thomas; Assistant Producer: Susannah Whittle

  • Larry Sitsky - Sonata for solo flute

    15:15

    In the 1970s the Australian Broadcasting Commission & Festival records undertook an ambitious program of LP releases under the banner of the Australian Festival Of Music showcasing contemporary composers and works. Each record was housed in a lavish presentation folder complete with it's own, monogrammed, outer plastic sleeve.
    Larry Sitsky's Sonata for solo flute, performed by Margaret Crawford, is the 3rd work on the 5th album of the series.

  • Self Portrait

    2:34

    'Self Portrait' is the fourth piece in a set of seven pieces collectively titled 'I would like to paint as the bird sings' based on paintings by the French impressionist painter, Claude Monet.

    Paint as you see nature yourself. If you don't see nature right with an individual feeling, you will never be a painter, and all the teaching cannot make you one. A painter must work out his own problem in art, as everyone must work out his own problem in life. (Monet)

    The pianist is Jeanell Carrigan.

    Dr Jeanell Carrigan is presently an Associate Professor in Collaborative Piano at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music, University of Sydney. She has performed as a soloist, chamber musician and accompanist in Germany, Italy, Austria, Switzerland and throughout Australia, and has recorded for the Bavarian Radio Corporation, the ABC and for regional stations in Australia on many occasions. She holds a Doctor of Creative Arts in the area of Australian post-1970 solo piano repertoire and in May, 2016 released her seventeenth solo compact disc of Australian piano music. She is passionate about promoting Australian Music particularly the piano music of Australian women composers. In a review of the CD A Little Variation, composer Houston Dunleavy said “This recording is one to add to the list of treasures of Australian music that seem to be growing by the year. Surely Jeanell Carrigan belongs in this category as well. Australian music has a great champion in Carrigan’s fine playing and scholarship. She deserves far wide recognition for the quality of her work.” (Music Trust 1/4/15)

    Recorded in August/ September 2017 in Verbrugghen Hall at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music.

    The piano was the Fazioli concert grand tuned and maintained by David Kinney.

    Recording engineer: David Kim Boyle.

  • Lilt

    2:25

    One of two pieces for cello and piano dedicated to Howard Pollack. In musical terms, a “lilt” is considered to be a spirited and usually cheerful song or tune, springy and buoyant in movement.

    The fashion image accompanying this upload is of a Women's Kentucky Derby Church Wedding Noble Dress Hat. I found the image at ebay. My reason for selecting it is because I sensed a certain lilt to her look. Perhaps I should rename my piece A Day At The Derby.

    About the performers:

    Minah Choe (cello) was born in Seoul, Korea and began her studies at the age of 8. She graduated with Bachelor of Music with First Class of Honors from the Sydney Conservatorium where she was admitted whilst at high school and received scholarships throughout her studies. She was a full scholarship holder at the Australian National Academy of Music in 2002. In 2004 Minah received master's degree from the Indiana University Jacob’s School of Music under the guidance of Prof. Janos Starker and continued with doctoral degree as his teaching assistant at IU. Currently Minah is pursuing her Doctor of Musical Arts degree at the Sydney Conservatorium while working as a freelance cellist in major orchestras and performing widely in various chamber music concerts and recitals. ​Minah has appeared as a soloist with several orchestras including Sydney Symphony, Christchurch Symphony, Nizhny-Novgrod Philharmonic, Indiana Univeristy Philharmonic, Bloomington Camerata, Sydney Conservatorium Chamber, and Ku-ring-gai Philharmonic, the Beecroft orchestras, and Melbourne String Ensemble. Minah has won numerous awards including “Most Promising Performer” in 4th Adam International Cello Competition, Australian Postgraduate Award, inaugural Janos Starker Scholarship, Dorothy Fraser Scholarship and Australian University of Women Federation Commemorative Fellowship. Minah is passionate about teaching cello. She was a tutor at AYO Young Symphonists in 2010 and tutor at the Riverina Summer School for Strings in 2013. This year, Minah teaches at the Sydney Conservatorium and the Conservatorium High School and has commenced working as a Music Co-ordinator of the ​Australian Korean Classical Association.Minah plays a cello by Joseph Hel (1869).

    Jeanell Carrigan (piano) is presently an Associate Professor in Collaborative Piano at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music, University of Sydney. She has performed as a soloist, chamber musician and accompanist in Germany, Italy, Austria, Switzerland and throughout Australia, and has recorded for the Bavarian Radio Corporation, the ABC and for regional stations in Australia on many occasions. She holds a Doctor of Creative Arts in the area of Australian post-1970 solo piano repertoire and in May, 2016 released her seventeenth solo compact disc of Australian piano music. She is passionate about promoting Australian Music particularly the piano music of Australian women composers. In a review of the CD A Little Variation, composer Houston Dunleavy said “This recording is one to add to the list of treasures of Australian music that seem to be growing by the year. Surely Jeanell Carrigan belongs in this category as well. Australian music has a great champion in Carrigan’s fine playing and scholarship. She deserves far wide recognition for the quality of her work.” (Music Trust 1/4/15)

    Recorded in August/ September 2017 in Verbrugghen Hall at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music.

    The piano was the Fazioli concert grand tuned and maintained by David Kinney.

    Recording engineer: David Kim Boyle.

  • A Hazy afternoon in Budapest---Piano solo---Pianist Evgeny Ukhanov Composer Bo Jiang

    2:15

    Inspiration for this piece was derived from the Australian Chinese composer Bo Jiang's travel in Hungary 2015. Performed by Ukraine Australian concert pianist Evgeny Ukhanov, a winner of many international competitions.
    Licensing and copyright enquiries Email jiangcompositions@gmail.com
    Music score available

  • Emily Bear Somewhere Over The Rainbow and more at Hollywood Piano

    8:25

    Emily Bear pianist - composer at Hollywood Piano playing Somewhere Over The Rainbow (own arrangement) and composing a new piece by improvisation with a other pianist.

    Emily Bear (12) is a pianist and composer from she was age 2
    Short List
    At age 3 Emily composed real pieces on the piano
    At age 4 reliesed Emily her first songbook
    At age 5 first album, start as proffesional concert pianist with a solo concert at Ravinia Music festival,, composing for Symphony Orchestra.
    At age 6 emily won 3 Awards: ASCAP Award for composers, RAMI Award (A Music Industry Price) and the first GOLDEN RIBBY Award (A television price fo young talent)
    At age 9 Emily was the youngest how gifs a concert in Carnegie Hall and on the Montreux Jazz Festival
    At age 11 Emily reliesedher sixt album, produced by Quincy Jones.
    Emily Playing and composing in all music styles like Classic, Jazz, and composing for (Ice) Dance, Film and Comercials.
    Watch the related video and also her own channel
    Emily Bear own channel emilybearpiano

    READ THE FULL DESCRIPTION
    A piano prodigy and a master pianist toghetter on a concert
    Emily Bear: Prelude 1 Gershwin - Take The ATrain . Joie
    ,Emily bear & Danny Wright (two piano's) Cannon In D . The Girl From Ipanema , Greensleeves

    Arts & Entertainment
    .Who Is Emily Bear?
    May 2013
    Her melodic touch on the keys gives insight to her future. A child prodigy some say, however seeing her in a live performance can make that term an under statement. Jazz, classical, afro cuban and other sub genres find a satisfactory plateau to marinate on Emily Bear's Concord Records, debut album: Diversity.

    If the term 'diversity' can be thought of as a range of different things, after listening to the different 'things' she serves on this offering, the defining title of the album certainly lives up to its name.
    This album represents the diversity of Bear's style, as well as the diversity of the cultures that are her musical influences.
    Diversity was produced by Quincy Jones and recorded at Westlake Studios in Los Angeles - the same Studio that Quincy recorded his Back On The Block album and Bad with Michael Jackson, thus passing on the torch of a mighty tradition to one of the youngest members of a new musical generation. Using her own jazz trio handpicked by Quincy, Emily demonstrates both her versatility and an openhearted melodic soul at the piano, writing all of the selections herself. Featured musicians are: Carlitos Del Puerto on bass, Francisco Mela on drums, and Zuill Bailey on cello,
    She first broke into the national spotlight at age 6, as a guest on the Ellen DeGeneres Show, performing Mozart, jazz and an original song she composed. She was invited back five more times within the span of two years, performing original music each visit.
    Bear, who plays all of her music from memory, including 45-page classical concertos, started to show extraordinary musical talent practically from the cradle. As a baby, she would sing back lullabies to her mother in perfect pitch. By 18 months, she was experimenting constantly at the piano. She was composing tangible pieces at age 3. By the time Bear was 4, she was having pieces published and distributed by Hal Leonard.
    She made her concert debut at the Ravinia Festival in Chicago at age 5, playing a 40-minute solo program performing classical pieces side-by-side with jazz numbers, and her own compositions. She was invited to perform at the White House at age 6, and opened for the Ramsey Lewis Trio with a 30-minute set of her own. Her orchestral debut came at age 7, playing Mozart Piano Concerto no. 23, K488 and by age 8, she was playing concerts abroad in Italy and China. At age 9, she made her Carnegie Hall debut with a 110-piece orchestra, a 220-voice choir, and R&B soloists performing one of her compositions, Peace -- We Are The Future.
    Bear has since been featured on several major news programs, including Good Morning America, ABC World News Report with Diane Sawyer, ABC Nightline, and the Katie Couric Show. Internationally, she has been featured in stories on Swiss, German, Australian, Italian and Chinese television.
    I'm a regular kid who was lucky enough to find something I really love to do at a very young age, says

    Bear. Concord has a lot of musicians I look up to so I'm really excited about the opportunity and look forward to sharing my music.
    For more information visit:

  • I still call Australia home Waltzing Matilda Road to Gundaghi Violinist Ji-Hae Park JHP 박지혜

    5:49

    Ask, buy and experience all about her on JHP`s official website:

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    Violinist Ji-Hae Park was born in Germany.

    In 2013 Ji-Hae released a solo CD with Universal Music (Black DECCA label) which became a Golden Disc and played as soloist with the Shanghai Philharmonic Orchestra the Shanghai Concert Hall in April, Seoul Philharmonic Orchestra in June in Seoul.
    Not only as a musician, but also as a speaker, she was invited to the main TED Conference held in US in 2013 and got the standing ovation from all conference participants.
    After her Debut as soloist with Mainzer Chamber Orchestra throughout Europe, just 14 years old, she currently manages over 150 invited concerts yearly. In her recent North-, and South America tour, she was invited to one of the biggest international arts festival FMX as the main artist followed after Cellist Yo-Yo Ma of last year. At the press conference in form of guerilla concert, competed 60 main stream to report her appearance. In addition to performing many solo recitals and concerts with orchestra throughout the world, Ji-Hae also performs in many churches, prisons, restricted facilities for Leprosy patients, hospitals to touch and heal the people with broken hearts and she is gathering big interest of not only classical music lovers but also all kinds of people.
    She plays the most historical fine violin together with the Stradivarius, known as the Petrus Guarnerius1735, Venedig which is on loan by the German Foundation (Deutsche-Stiftung-Musikleben) since 2003. Her successful New York Debut at Carnegie Hall was documented by the New York Concert Review, Her stage persona is extremely charismatic and emotional, and she was able to bring out all the stylistic and dynamic contrasts of her varied composers. Not only at Carnegie Hall, but also at Kennedy Center(D.C.) and Walt Disney Concert Hall(L.A.), Rokoko Theater(Germany)- just mention a few- she mastered a successful evening with her performance. She is often invited as the soloist of the National events which were usually broadcasted on national wide TV stations mostly in Korea.

    For her extraordinary activity and influence, Ji-Hae was awarded with The Respectful Korean 2010 with Grand Prix and considered to be the youngest winner ever. This distinction is given to a Korean who has shown great leadership and influence in encouraging national development and integration for the benefit of the Nation. She is the Honorary Ambassador of the National Event 'Yeosu 2012 World Expo', World WIKE City Federation, Africa Future Foundation and Handong University.
    Among many others, her most notable appearance was on the popular SBS TV show Star King 4 times and KBS TV show Lecture 100 °C, Classic Odyssey etc. which led in the ratings and ranked 1st place in real-time search of portal site. She is also named as the consultant of National G20 Policy Consultation from the Korean Presidential Office. Since her first Solo recording in Germany, as a 14 year old young violinist, she has recorded 9CDs and 2DVDs which exemplifies the breadth and depth of her musical experience in many genres from classical to Rock, traditional Korean folk tunes, gospel, etc. Ji-Hae arranges all of the colorful elements on each of her CDs, enjoys experimenting and modifying new musical selections to make the classical violin more accessible to audiences!

    She was twice the 1st Prize winner of the National Music Competition of Germany Jugend musiziert in 2001 (in Solo) and 2002 (in Chamber music). In 2003, she won the 2nd prize including 3 special prizes at Remember Enescu International Violin Competition in Romania. Apart from those distinctions, she was awarded at the Kloster Schoental International Competition in Germany, Brahms International Competition in Austria, Andrea Postacchini International Competition in Italy, Juergen Sellheim Hannover Germany, Johann Georg Pisendel Dresden Germany, Pinchas Zuckerman Award for outstanding talent & potential. She was also honored as a ZIRP Fellow (the abbreviation of the Cutures-initiative of Rheinland-Pfalz`s culture in Germany). Recently she was invited as Jury for Malta International Music competition 2015, Italy.

  • Percy Grainger: Brigg Fair - Julian Lloyd Webber

    3:05

    Percy Aldridge Grainger 1882 –1961 An Australian-born composer, arranger and pianist. In the course of a long and innovative career he played a prominent role in the revival of interest in British folk music in the early years of the 20th century. He also made many adaptations of other composers' works. Although much of his work was experimental and unusual, the piece with which he is most generally associated is his piano arrangement of the folk-dance tune Country Gardens.
    It was Grainger's love of folk music that took him to Lincolnshire with an Edison Phonograph (an early type of wax cylinder recording apparatus). Folk Singer Joseph Taylor and family had moved to a quaint little little village called 'Saxby All Saints'. It was here at a music festival in 1905 that he became well known by his singing local folk songs and so to his connection with Percy Grainger.
    This recording by Julian Lloyd Webber is based on Joseph Taylor's rendition of a local folk song celebrating the 'Brigg Fair' and the chances of possible courtship to be found there .... but there is a bitter sting in the tail with this version of the song's lyrics .

    It was on the fifth of August-er' the weather fine and fair,
    Unto Brigg Fair I did repair, for love I was inclined.
    I rose up with the lark in the morning, with my heart so full of glee,
    Of thinking there to meet my dear, long time I'd wished to see.
    I took hold of her lily-white hand, O and merrily was her heart:
    And now we're met together, I hope we ne'er shall part.
    For it's meeting is a pleasure, and parting is a grief,
    But an unconstant lover is worse than any thief.
    The green leaves they shall wither and the branches they shall die
    If ever I prove false to her, to the girl that loves me.

    The video pays tribute to Joseph Taylor who was a popular folksinger and true Son of the Soil, being by profession a Woodsman and Agricultural Worker. The video portrays the Woodsman as a smock wearing, pipe smoking elderly Son of the Soil, who looks into the distance contemplatively. Also to Percy Grainger to whom we owe so much musically, for collecting such songs from a bygone age, arranging and preserving them and then influencing other composers and musicians. In particular Frederick Delius who was a close friend of Grainger. It was from their collaboration that Delius' famous 'English Rhapsody' Brigg Fair was created.
    The images also include Delius' amanuenses Eric Fenby pictured at the piano with Julian Lloyd Webber.. There are also vintage picture card views of the the town of Brigg and atmospheric paintings by Atkinson Grimshaw.

    Album: The Art of Julian Lloyd Webber.
    Julian Lloyd Webber & Academy of St. Martin in the Fields -
    Sir Neville Marriner;

    N.B. Apologies also for any unintended infringement of copyright. This video has not been made for any element of personal profit or gain.

  • One Last Ride Through the City of Tokyo-to - SiIvaGunner: King for Another Day

    3:36

    Music: One Last Ride Through the City of Tokyo-to
    Original Composers: Hideki Naganuma, Deavid Soul, Richard Jaques, Toshiki Kadomatsu, SAINT PEPSI, Anri
    Arrangement: POST ELVIS
    Playlist:

    Please read the channel description.

  • Medley of Piano Songs - Australian music theatre group Pot-Pourri at their 25th Anniversary Concert

    3:59

    This clip features Pot-Pourri's performance of a medley of piano songs from their 25th Anniversary Concert at Melbourne Town Hall.

    Available for concerts, festivals and corporate entertainment.

    Without a doubt Australia's best music theatre performers...standing ovation! Rotary International
    Music theatre of the highest calibre...brilliant! They deserved the standing ovation. Canberra Times

    With 40 overseas tours and 7 CDs under their belt including Europe, Asia and USA, Melbourne's Pot-Pourri presents their unique and innovative blend of music theatre, cabaret, opera, magic, didgeridoo and comedy in a superbly entertaining show that is so hot it sizzles! These talented artists hit those high C's in Opera, belt out Broadway, seduce with song, dance up a storm, create magic and stir your soul with haunting ballads! Described as brilliantly talented, funny, fresh, moving and must-see... do not miss them! Celebrating their 25th Anniversary in 2012 with a new CD entitled SILVER Pot-Pourri's new line-up is Tania de Jong AM, Rebecca Bode, Jon Bode, Jonathan Morton and Rebecca Chambers. Find out more re their CDs, performances and how to book them for your next concert or event at

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