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Quamby (ACS)


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1. Cello Dreaming - Peter Sculthorpe - Peter Sculthorpe
2. Prelude
3. In the Valley
4. From High Hills
5. At Quamby Bluff
6. Nourlangie - Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra - Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra
7. Music For Bali - Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra - Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra

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Listen to the land 16 Aug. 2014
By Grandpa M - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
While driving a few days ago, I heard a well known American conductor conducting a well known American band in a performance of Kodaly's Hungarian Dances. A wonderful performance, really enjoyable. But I felt I was not hearing Kodaly's Hungarian Dances but instead an aesthetic transcription of Hungarian into American Dances despite the nature and context of the composer's inspiration. It's sound was an American sound, it's development American. Which leads me to Sculthorpe, whose music I have long followed, enjoyed, and appreciated. His compositions result in a lovely clearly Australian sound, sometimes tender, sometimes exciting, sometimes dramatic and profound, in a way that reflects the Australian landscape, the rhythms of Australian life influenced, as it is, by the inherent rhythms of the country's native Aboriginal culture, its songs and dances, its ways, and also by the rhythms of its often wild sun-baked landscape (read Tim Winton's novels for another way into this world, Desert Wind, for example). The playing on this recording is exactly right. Recommended, though others may differ.
Excellent repertoire, well played by a small 'provincial' orchestra ... 10 Dec. 2014
By Nungulba - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Excellent repertoire, well played by a small 'provincial' orchestra that is clearly 'punching above its weight' in these performances.

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