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Classic 100 Concerto

What is the one concerto you cannot live without? This question was asked of the Australian public through a poll by ABC Classic FM and the result is this collection - the Classic 100 Concerto. Over nine hours of music on 8CDs, this definitive set includes legendary performances by some of the greatest Australian and international artists ever captured on vinyl, as well as new releases never before available on CD.

Track Listing VOL. I CD1

  1. LUDWIG VAN BEETHOVEN Piano Concerto No. 5 in E-flat major, Op. 73 'Emperor': II. Adagio un poco moto; Gerard Willems piano, Sinfonia Australis, Antony Walker conductor
  2. SERGE RACHMANINOFF Piano Concerto No. 2 in C minor, Op. 18: I. Moderato; Alexander Lubiantsev piano, Sydney Symphony Orchestra, János Fürst conductor
  3. LUDWIG VAN BEETHOVEN Violin Concerto in D major, Op. 61: III. Rondo; Richard Tognetti violin, Australian Chamber Orchestra, Anthony Halstead conductor
  4. MAX BRUCH Violin Concerto No. 1 in G minor, Op. 26: III. Finale (Allegro energico); Niki Vasilakis violin, Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra, Sebastian Lang-Lessing conductor
  5. EDWARD ELGAR Cello Concerto in E minor, Op. 85: I. Adagio – Moderato; Li-Wei cello, Adelaide Symphony Orchestra, Nicholas Braithwaite conductor
  6. WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART Clarinet Concerto in A major, KV622: II. Adagio; Craig Hill basset clarinet, Australian Brandenburg Orchestra, Paul Dyer director
  7. JOAQUÍN RODRIGO Concierto de Aranjuez: II. Adagio; Slava Grigoryan guitar, The Queensland Orchestra (Alexa Murray solo cor anglais), Brett Kelly conductor
  8. JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH Concerto for two violins in D minor, BWV1043: I. Vivace; Richard Tognetti violin I, Helena Rathbone violin II, Australian Chamber Orchestra
  9. PYOTR IL'YICH TCHAIKOVSKY Piano Concerto No. 1 in B-flat minor, Op. 23: I. Allegro non troppo e molto maestoso (excerpt); Simon Tedeschi piano, The Queensland Orchestra, Richard Bonynge conductor
  10. SERGE RACHMANINOFF Piano Concerto No. 3 in D minor, Op. 30: I. Allegro ma non troppo (excerpt); Roberto Cominati piano, Sydney Symphony Orchestra, Edvard Tchivzhel conductor

VOL. I CD2

  1. EDVARD GRIEG Piano Concerto in A minor, Op. 16: I. Allegro molto moderato; Simon Tedeschi piano, The Queensland Orchestra, Richard Bonynge conductor
  2. FELIX MENDELSSOHN Violin Concerto No. 2 in E minor, Op. 64: III. Allegretto non troppo – Allegro molto vivace; Niki Vasilakis violin, Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra, Sebastian Lang-Lessing conductor
  3. WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART Piano Concerto No. 21 in C major, KV467 'Elvira Madigan': II. Andante; Vera Kameneva piano, Australian Chamber Orchestra, Christopher Hogwood conductor
  4. ANTONÍN DVOŘÁK Cello Concerto in B minor, Op. 104: I. Allegro (excerpt); Li-Wei cello, Melbourne Symphony Orchestra, David Stanhope conductor
  5. JEAN SIBELIUS Violin Concerto in D minor, Op. 47: III. Allegro, ma non tanto; Jascha Heifetz violin, London Philharmonic Orchestra, Thomas Beecham conductor
  6. LUDWIG VAN BEETHOVEN Piano Concerto No. 4 in G major, Op. 58: II. Andante con moto; Gerard Willems piano, Sinfonia Australis, Antony Walker conductor
  7. JOHANNES BRAHMS Violin Concerto in D major, Op. 77: III. Allegro giocoso, ma non troppo vivace; Yehudi Menuhin violin, Lucerne Festival Orchestra, Wilhelm Furtwängler conductor
  8. PYOTR IL'YICH TCHAIKOVSKY Violin Concerto in D major, Op. 35: III. Allegro vivacissimo (excerpt); Jascha Heifetz violin, London Philharmonic Orchestra, John Barbirolli conductor
  9. LUDWIG VAN BEETHOVEN Concerto for violin, cello and piano in C major, Op. 56 'Triple': I. Allegro (excerpt); Ricardo Odnoposoff violin, Stefan Auber cello, Angelica Morales piano, Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, Felix Weingartner conductor
  10. JOHANNES BRAHMSPiano Concerto No. 2 in B-flat major, Op. 83: II. Allegro appassionato; Vladimir Horowitz piano, NBC Symphony Orchestra, Arturo Toscanini conductor

VOL. I CD3

  1. WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART Concerto for flute and harp in C major, KV299: II. Andantino; Geoffrey Collins flute, Suzanne Handel harp, Adelaide Symphony Orchestra, Arvo Volmer conductor
  2. JOSEPH HAYDN Trumpet Concerto in E-flat major, Hob. Vlle:1: III. Allegro; Geoffrey Payne trumpet, Melbourne Symphony Orchestra, Michael Halász conductor
  3. FRÉDÉRIC CHOPIN Piano Concerto No. 1 in E minor, Op. 11: II. Romance (excerpt); Mieczyslaw Horszowsky piano, Orchestra of the Vienna State Opera, Hans Swarowsky conductor
  4. JOHANNES BRAHMS Piano Concerto No. 1 in D minor, Op. 15: III. Rondo: Allegro non troppo (excerpt); Artur Schnabel piano, London Philharmonic Orchestra, George Szell conductor
  5. JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH Brandenburg Concerto No. 3 in G major, BWV1048: I. Allegro; Orchestra of the Antipodes, Antony Walker conductor
  6. WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART Horn Concerto 'No. 4' in E-flat major, KV495: III. Rondo: Allegro vivace; Lin Jiang horn, West Australian Symphony Orchestra, Barry Tuckwell conductor
  7. WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART Piano Concerto No. 23 in A major, KV488: II. Adagio; Simon Tedeschi piano, Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra, Alexander Briger conductor
  8. MAURICE RAVEL Piano Concerto in G major: III. Presto; Arturo Benedetti Michelangeli piano, RAI Symphony Orchestra Turin, Nino Sanzogno conductor
  9. WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART Piano Concerto No. 20 in D minor, KV466: II. Romanze; Walter Gieseking piano, Philharmonia Orchestra, Hans Rosbaud conductor
  10. JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH Brandenburg Concerto No. 5 in D major, BWV1050:I. Allegro; Orchestra of the Antipodes, Antony Walker conductor
  11. ROBERT SCHUMANN Piano Concerto in A minor, Op. 54: II. Intermezzo. Andantino grazioso; Dinu Lipatti piano, Philharmonia Orchestra, Herbert von Karajan conductor
  12. SEAN O'BOYLE and WILLIAM BARTON Concerto for Didgeridoo: II. Wind; William Barton didgeridoo, The Queensland Orchestra, Sean O'Boyle conductor
  13. ANTONIO VIVALDI Violin Concerto in E major, RV269 'Spring' from The Four Seasons: I. Allegro; Elizabeth Wallfisch Baroque violin, Australian Brandenburg Orchestra, Paul Dyer director
  14. FRÉDÉRIC CHOPIN Piano Concerto No. 2 in F minor, Op. 21: III. Allegro vivace (excerpt); Alfred Cortot piano, unnamed orchestra, John Barbirolli conductor

VOL. I CD4

  1. EDWARD ELGAR Violin Concerto in B minor, Op. 61: III. Allegro molto (excerpt); Jascha Heifetz violin, London Symphony Orchestra, Malcolm Sargent conductor
  2. TOMASO ALBINONI Oboe Concerto in D minor, Op. 9 No. 2 (R454): II. Adagio; Diana Doherty oboe, Sinfonia Australis
  3. LUDWIG VAN BEETHOVEN Piano Concerto No. 3 in C minor, Op. 37: I. Allegro con brio (excerpt); Gerard Willems piano, Sinfonia Australis, Antony Walker conductor
  4. ANTONIO VIVALDI Violin Concerto in F minor, RV297 'Winter' from The Four Seasons: I. Allegro non molto; Elizabeth Wallfisch Baroque violin, Australian Brandenburg Orchestra, Paul Dyer director
  5. ANTONIO VIVALDI Violin Concerto in G minor, RV315 'Summer' from The Four Seasons: III. Presto; Elizabeth Wallfisch Baroque violin, Australian Brandenburg Orchestra, Paul Dyer director
  6. WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART Piano Concerto No. 24 in C minor, KV491: I. Allegro (excerpt); Solomon piano, Philharmonia Orchestra, Herbert Menges conductor
  7. DMITRI SHOSTAKOVICH Piano Concerto No. 2 in F major, Op. 102: I. Allegro; Cristina Ortiz piano, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Vladimir Ashkenazy conductor
  8. PHILIP GLASS Violin Concerto: I. = 104 – = 120; Gidon Kremer violin, Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, Christoph von Dohnányi conductor
  9. JOSEPH HAYDN Cello Concerto No. 1 in C major, Hob.VIIb:1: II. Adagio; Sally Maer cello, Sinfonia Australis, William Motzing conductor
  10. WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART Sinfonia concertante for violin and viola in E-flat major, KV364: II. Andante; Iona Brown violin and director, Joseph Suk viola, Academy of St Martin in the Fields
  11. NICOLÒ PAGANINI Violin Concerto No. 1 in D major, Op. 6: II. Adagio espressivo; Adele Anthony violin, Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra, Shalom Ronly-Riklis conductor
  12. RICHARD ADDINSELL Warsaw Concerto; Isador Goodman piano, Melbourne Symphony Orchestra, Patrick Thomas conductor

VOL. II CD1

  1. GEORGE GERSHWIN Rhapsody in Blue (excerpt); George Gershwin piano, Paul Whiteman Concert Orchestra, Nathaniel Shilkret conductor
  2. WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART Piano Concerto No. 27 in B-flat major, KV595: III. Allegro; Géza Anda piano and conductor, Camerata Academica of the Salzburg Mozarteum
  3. JOHANNES BRAHMS Concerto for violin and cello in A minor, Op. 102: II. Andante; Jascha Heifetz violin, Emanuel Feuermann cello, The Philadelphia Orchestra, Eugene Ormandy conductor
  4. VICTOR DAVIES Mennonite Piano Concerto (Piano Concerto No. 1): III. Rondo/Scherzo; Irmgard Baerg piano, London Symphony Orchestra, Boris Brott conductor
  5. GEORGE GERSHWIN Piano Concerto in F major: III. Allegro con brio; Roy Bargy piano, Paul Whiteman & His Orchestra
  6. JOHANN NEPOMUK HUMMEL Trumpet Concerto in E major: II. Andante; Geoffrey Payne trumpet, Melbourne Symphony Orchestra, Michael Halász conductor
  7. CARL MARIA VON WEBER Clarinet Concerto No. 1 in F minor, Op. 73: II. Adagio; Karl Leister clarinet, Berliner Philharmoniker, Rafael Kubelik conductor
  8. BÉLA BARTÓK Concerto for Orchestra: IV. Intermezzo interrotto; Melbourne Symphony Orchestra, Hiroyuki Iwaki conductor
  9. WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART Violin Concerto No. 3 in G major, KV216: II. Adagio; Arthur Grumiaux violin, London Symphony Orchestra, Colin Davis conductor
  10. ROSS EDWARDS Maninyas – Concerto for violin and orchestra: III. Maninya II (Ecstatic – Remote); Dene Olding violin, Sydney Symphony Orchestra, Stuart Challender conductor
  11. HENRY LITOLFF Concerto Symphonique No. 4 in D minor, Op. 102: II. Scherzo; Ian Munro piano, Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra, David Porcelijn conductor
  12. CAMILLE SAINT-SAËNS Piano Concerto No. 2 in G minor, Op. 22: III. Presto; Benno Moiseiwitsch piano, London Philharmonic Orchestra, Basil Cameron conductor
  13. JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH Concerto for violin and oboe in C minor, BWV1060: III. Allegro; Diana Doherty oboe, Richard Tognetti violin, Australian Chamber Orchestra

VOL. II CD2

  1. GEORGE FRIDERIC HANDEL Harp Concerto in B-flat major, HWV294: I. Andante allegro; Ursula Holliger harp, I Musici
  2. JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH Brandenburg Concerto No. 4 in G major, BWV1049: I. Allegro; Orchestra of the Antipodes, Antony Walker conductor
  3. LUDWIG VAN BEETHOVEN Piano Concerto No. 1 in C major, Op. 15: III. Rondo. Allegro scherzando (excerpt); Gerard Willems piano, Sinfonia Australis, Antony Walker conductor
  4. WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART Piano Concerto No. 22 in E-flat major, KV482: II. Andante; Rudolf Serkin piano, Perpignan Festival Orchestra, Pablo Casals conductor
  5. SERGE RACHMANINOFF Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini, Op. 43: 18th Variation; Ayako Uehara piano, Sydney Symphony Orchestra, Edvard Tchivzhel conductor
  6. OSKAR RIEDING Violin Concerto in B minor, Op. 35: I. Allegro moderato; Michelle Kelly violin, Sally Whitwell piano
  7. PYOTR IL'YICH TCHAIKOVSKY Piano Concerto No. 2 in G major, Op. 44: III. Allegro con fuoco; Noel Mewton-Wood piano, Winterthur Symphony Orchestra, Walter Goehr conductor
  8. RALPH VAUGHAN WILLIAMS The Lark Ascending (excerpt); Dimity Hall violin, Sinfonia Australis, Antony Walker conductor
  9. SAMUEL BARBER Violin Concerto, Op. 14: III. Presto in moto perpetuo; Dene Olding violin, Melbourne Symphony Orchestra, Hiroyuki Iwaki conductor
  10. BENEDETTO MARCELLO Concerto for oboe, strings and continuo in D minor: II. Adagio; Diana Doherty oboe, Sinfonia Australis
  11. ANTONIO VIVALDI Flute Concerto No. 3 in D major, RV428 'Il gardellino' (The Goldfinch): I. Allegro; Paul Curtis flute, Sydney Symphony Orchestra, David McBride conductor
  12. JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH Brandenburg Concerto No. 2 in F major, BWV1047: I. Allegro; Orchestra of the Antipodes, Antony Walker conductor
  13. ALBAN BERG Violin Concerto: I. Andante – Allegro (excerpt); Joseph Szigeti violin, NBC Symphony Orchestra, Dimitri Mitropoulos conductor

VOL. II CD3

  1. JOHANN NEPOMUK HUMMEL Piano Concerto in A minor, Op. 85: II. Larghetto; Artur Balsam piano, Winterthur Symphony Orchestra, Otto Ackermann conductor
  2. DMITRI SHOSTAKOVICH Cello Concerto No. 1 in E-flat major, Op. 107: I. Allegretto; Heinrich Schiff cello, Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra, Maxim Shostakovich conductor
  3. ANTONIO VIVALDI Lute Concerto in D major, RV93: II. Largo; Eduardo Fernández guitar, English Chamber Orchestra, George Malcolm conductor
  4. WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART Piano Concerto No. 9 in E-flat major, KV271 'Jeunehomme': III. Rondo: Presto – Menuetto – Presto; Wilhelm Kempff piano, Stuttgart Chamber Orchestra, Karl Münchinger conductor
  5. SERGEI PROKOFIEV Piano Concerto No. 3 in C major, Op. 26: I. Andante – Allegro; Olivier Cazal piano, Sydney Symphony Orchestra, Edvard Tchivzhel conductor
  6. DMITRI SHOSTAKOVICH Violin Concerto No. 1 in A minor, Op. 77: IV. Burlesca. Allegro con brio; Boris Belkin violin, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Vladimir Ashkenazy conductor
  7. JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH Violin Concerto in E major, BWV1042: III. Allegro assai; Richard Tognetti violin, Australian Chamber Orchestra
  8. WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART Horn Concerto 'No. 1' in D major, KV412: I. Allegro; Lin Jiang horn, West Australian Symphony Orchestra, Barry Tuckwell conductor
  9. GEORG PHILIPP TELEMANN Concerto for flute, oboe d'amore and viola d'amore in E major: I. Andante; Stephen Preston flute, Clare Shanks oboe d'amore, Monica Huggett viola d'amore, The Academy of Ancient Music, Christopher Hogwood conductor
  10. WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART Oboe Concerto in C major, KV314: II. Adagio non troppo; Pierre Pierlot oboe, Orchestre des Concerts Lamoureux, Arthur Goldschmidt conductor
  11. JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH Brandenburg Concerto No. 6 in B-flat major, BWV1051: I. Allegro; Orchestra of the Antipodes, Antony Walker conductor
  12. MAX BRUCH Scottish Fantasy, Op. 46: I. Introduction: Grave – Adagio cantabile; Jascha Heifetz violin, RCA Victor Orchestra, William Steinberg conductor
  13. JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH Harpsichord Concerto in D minor, BWV1052: I. Allegro; Edwin Fischer piano and conductor, Edwin Fischer Chamber Orchestra

VOL. II CD4

  1. ALEKSANDR GLAZUNOV Concerto for alto saxophone and string orchestra in E-flat major, Op. 109 (excerpt); Eugène Rousseau saxophone, Paul Kuentz Chamber Orchestra, Paul Kuentz conductor
  2. JOSEPH HAYDN Cello Concerto in D major, Hob. VIIb:2: II. Adagio; Guilhermina Suggia cello, unnamed orchestra, John Barbirolli conductor
  3. ERICH KORNGOLD Violin Concerto in D major, Op. 35: I. Moderato nobile; Chantal Juillet violin, Berlin Radio Symphony Orchestra, John Mauceri conductor
  4. FRANZ LISZT Piano Concerto No. 1 in E-flat major, S124: I. Allegro maestoso; Duncan Gifford piano, Sydney Symphony Orchestra, Edvard Tchivzhel conductor
  5. ANTONIO VIVALDI Concerto for two trumpets in C major, RV537: I. Allegro; Mark Bennett trumpet I, Michael Harrison trumpet II, The English Concert, Trevor Pinnock conductor
  6. JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH Brandenburg Concerto No. 1 in F major, BWV1046: I. Allegro; Orchestra of the Antipodes, Antony Walker conductor
  7. ROSS EDWARDS Oboe Concerto: Love Duet; Diana Doherty oboe, Alexandre Oguey cor anglais,Melbourne Symphony Orchestra, Arvo Volmer conductor
  8. MAURO GIULIANI Guitar Concerto No. 1 in A major, Op. 30: II. Andantino (Siciliano); Pepe Romero guitar, Academy of St Martin in the Fields, Neville Marriner conductor
  9. CAMILLE SAINT-SAËNS Piano Concerto No. 5 in F major, Op. 103 'Egyptian': III. Molto allegro; Duncan Gifford piano, Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra, Sebastian Lang-Lessing conductor
  10. WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART Bassoon Concerto in B-flat major, KV191: III. Rondo: Tempo di menuetto; Leonard Sharrow bassoon, NBC Symphony Orchestra, Arturo Toscanini conductor
  11. DMITRI SHOSTAKOVICH Concerto No. 1 for piano, trumpet and strings in C minor, Op. 35: I. Allegro moderato – Allegro vivace – Allegretto – Allegro – Moderato; Noel Mewton-Wood piano, Harry Sevenstern trumpet,Concerto Hall Symphony Orchestra, Walter Goehr conductor
  12. GEORG PHILIPP TELEMANN Concerto for viola, strings and basso continuo in G major: I. Largo; Florian Deuter viola, Musica Antiqua Köln, Reinhard Goebel conductor
  13. RALPH VAUGHAN WILLIAMS Tuba Concerto in F minor: III. Finale (Rondo alla tedesca); Peter Whish-Wilson tuba, Adelaide Symphony Orchestra, David Stanhope conductor
  14. CARL VINE Piano Concerto: II. ; Michael Kieran Harvey piano, Sydney Symphony Orchestra, Edo de Waart conductor
  15. ANTONIO VIVALDI Concerto for two mandolins in G major, RV532: II. Andante; Slava Grigoryan, Leonard Grigoryan guitars, Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra, Benjamin Northey conductor

Released: 2007

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ABC Jazz is excited to announce the release of Little Did They Know, an album of beautiful, melodic songs performed by Angela Davis, Tony Gould and Sam Anning.Recorded by producer Mal Stanley at the ABC’s Melbourne studios, it captures three musicians utterly in sync with each other. This trio have performed together quite a bit over the years, and have developed a simple, honest and melodic style, seeking to make things as beautiful as possible. “The recording is inspired by the simplicity and beauty of Bill Frisell’s compositions and improvisations as well as Lee Konitz’s trio record “Alone Together” with Brad Mehldau and Charlie Haden,” says Davis. “All three of us have a deep appreciation of simple, beautiful melodies and I think that comes through on the recording.”Featuring four original compositions by Davis herself, alongside arrangements of works by Haden, Frisell, Sammy Fain and one George Frederic Handel, Little Did They Know brings together three of Australia’s finest jazz musicians for a very special recording.Described by the Age as having ‘an instinctively melodic approach’, Angela Davis is a unique and sought-after musician currently based in Melbourne. She holds a Masters of Music from the University of the Arts in Philadelphia and has performed with numerous jazz luminaries including Carla Bley, Steve Swallow, Patti Austin, James Morrison, Dan Tepfer, Linda Oh & Sandy Evans.Pianist Tony Gould is one of Australia’s most respected musicians, with a career spanning more than 50 years of jazz, classical, and more. He has been involved in an extraordinary number of recording projects both as pianist and composer and has been at the forefront of music education in Australia via various tertiary institutions in Melbourne and throughout Australia, and has been a supporting artist to Dave Brubeck, Oscar Peterson, Sarah Vaughan, Jean Luc Ponty, Ray Brown, the Art Ensemble of Chicago and many other distinguished groups.Originally from Fremantle WA, Sam Anning has become an internationally sought-after bassist. He moved to Melbourne and became intensely involved in the jazz scene there, before a scholarship to the prestigious Manhattan School of Music saw him fully immersed in the New York jazz community.
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Classic 100: ComposerThe Top Ten & Selected HighlightsWho is your favourite composer?TheClassic 100, Australia’s favourite classical music countdown, this year asked Australia the big question. The votes poured in: for the household names, the ‘one-hit wonders’ and for the unsung heroes, for the giants of the past and the voices of today. Composers of mighty symphonies, grand operas and intimate piano jewels; of timeless meditations, enchanting ballets and stirring film scores. The result was a dazzling array of 100 composers from 15 countries, stretching across nine centuries of music.The full list of names was announced live on air over the long weekend in June, counting down from No. 100 to the ‘winner’, Ludwig van Beethoven, at No. 1. It’s the definitive ranking of Australia’s favourite composers.This 2CD album offers a handy ‘field guide’ to that list: the top ten composers, plus a selection of highlights from across the full hundred, giving a taste of the extraordinary variety of styles, eras and genres. The timeless purity of medieval abbess Hildegard of Bingen; the sultry tangos of Astor Piazzolla. The irrepressible good humour of Haydn; the solemn beauty of Samuel Barber’s Adagio for Strings; the towering might of Wagner and the delicate flight of Vaughan Williams’ Lark Ascending.It’s a wonderful way to dip your toe into the vast ocean of classical music, or introduce a friend to the glories of these magnificent composers. TRACKLISTCD1Rank1     BEETHOVEN Symphony No. 5: I. Allegro con brio12     JS BACH Brandenburg Concerto No. 3: I. Allegro23     MOZART Symphony No. 40: I. Molto allegro34     TCHAIKOVSKY 1812 Overture45     HANDEL Zadok the Priest56     VIVALDI The Four Seasons: Spring: I. Allegro67     CHOPIN Nocturne in E-flat major, Op. 9 No. 278     SCHUBERT Trout Quintet: IV. Theme and Variations89     RACHMANINOFF Piano Concerto No. 2: I. Moderato910    ELGAR Enigma Variations: Nimrod1011    VAUGHAN WILLIAMS The Lark Ascending – excerpt11  CD2 1     MENDELSSOHN Violin Concerto No. 2: III. Allegretto non troppo – Allegro molto vivace122     WILLIAMS Raiders of the Lost Ark: Main Title153     KATS-CHERNIN Wild Swans:Eliza Aria164     MAHLER Symphony No. 5: IV. Adagietto205     HAYDN Trumpet Concerto: III. Allegro256     HILDEGARD OF BINGEN O eterne Deus337     WAGNER Ride of the Valkyries358     FAURÉ Pavane399     RODRIGO Concierto de Aranjuez: I. Allegro con spirito5410    BARBER Adagio for Strings6111    KHACHATURIAN Spartacus: Adagio of Spartacus and Phrygia6312    PIAZZOLLA Libertango6413    EINAUDI I giorni6514    PACHELBEL Canon7815    ORFF Carmina burana: O Fortuna99 
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Classic 100: Composer8CD box setWho is your favourite composer?In 2019, the Classic 100 asked the ultimate musical question: who is the composer you can’t live without?There were those for whom this was an impossible task. One listener compared the process to choosing ‘a favourite child’; another, ‘which limb I couldn't live without’. But Australia did choose – in record numbers. Over 120,000 votes were cast, and every one had a story behind it. We heard the reasons why certain composers are an indelible part of your life: because of memories associated, or the feelings their music evokes, or often a reason beyond words.Beethoven was perhaps an unsurprising winner. For many, he is so important because he reflects the full palette of our own lives. ‘He understands,’ said one voter, deftly capturing his ineffable genius in two words. And while your votes put the top four – rounded out with JS Bach, Mozart and Tchaikovsky – in a league of their own, other composers in the top 100 were often just a handful of votes apart.This boxset brings together music by all 100 of the top composers – more than 10 hours of music across 8 CDs. Celebrate your favourites, and explore some new ones!VOLUME I CD11     BEETHOVEN Symphony No. 5: I. Allegro con brio2     JS BACH Brandenburg Concerto No. 3: I. Allegro3     MOZART Symphony No. 40: I. Molto allegro4     TCHAIKOVSKY 1812 Overture5     HANDEL Zadok the Priest6     VIVALDI The Four Seasons: Spring: I. Allegro7     CHOPIN Nocturne in E-flat major, Op. 9 No. 28     SCHUBERT Trout Quintet: IV. Theme and Variations9     RACHMANINOFF Piano Concerto No. 2: I. Moderato10   ELGAR Enigma Variations: Nimrod11   VAUGHAN WILLIAMS The Lark Ascending – excerpt CD212   MENDELSSOHN Violin Concerto No. 2: III. Allegretto non troppo – Allegro molto vivace13   DVOŘÁK New World Symphony: II. Largo14   BRAHMS Symphony No. 4: I. Allegro non troppo15   WILLIAMS Raiders of the Lost Ark: Main Title16   KATS-CHERNIN Wild Swans:Eliza Aria17   SIBELIUS Finlandia18   SCULTHORPE Left Bank Waltz19   PUCCINI La bohème:O soave fanciulla20   MAHLER Symphony No. 5: IV. Adagietto21   VERDI Nabucco:Va’, pensiero22   DEBUSSY Clair de lune CD323   SAINT-SAËNS Organ Symphony: IIb. Maestoso - Allegro24   SHOSTAKOVICH Symphony No. 8: II. Allegretto25   HAYDN Trumpet Concerto: III. Allegro26   PÄRT Spiegel im Spiegel27   GERSHWIN Rhapsody in Blue28   RAVEL Boléro29   GRIEG Piano Concerto: I. Allegro molto moderato CD430   EDWARDS Maninyas: III. Second Maninya31   WESTLAKE Antarctica: Penguin Ballet32   PROKOFIEV Montagues and Capulets from Romeo and Juliet33   HILDEGARD OF BINGEN O tu suavissima virga34   BIZET The Pearl Fishers: Duet35   WAGNER Ride of the Valkyries36   GLASS Violin Concerto No. 1: First movement37   SATIE Gymnopédie No. 138   BERNSTEIN Candide: Overture39   FAURÉ Pavane40   MORRICONE The Mission: Gabriel’s Oboe41   R STRAUSS Four Last Songs: Frühling42   HOLST The Planets: Mars, the Bringer of War43   COPLAND Fanfare for the Common Man44   MONTEVERDI Orfeo: Prologue – excerpt VOLUME IICD545   PURCELL Dido and Aeneas: Dido’s Lament46   STRAVINSKY The Rite of Spring – excerpt47   SCHUMANN Träumerei48   TELEMANN Tafelmusik: Conclusion49   BRUCH Violin Concerto No. 1: III. Finale50   BRITTEN Four Sea Interludes from Peter Grimes: I. Dawn51     BORODIN Prince Igor: Polovtsian Dances52     TALLIS Spem in alium53     LISZT Liebestraum No. 354     RODRIGO Concierto de Aranjuez: I. Allegro con spirito55     ROSSINI The Barber of Seville: Largo al factotum56     RIMSKY-KORSAKOV Scheherazade: I. The Sea and Sinbad's Ship CD657     BERLIOZ Symphonie fantastique: March to the Scaffold58     GRAINGER Handel in the Strand59     ZIMMER Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl60     CPE BACH Trio Sonata in A major: I. Allegretto61     BARBER Adagio for Strings62     C SCHUMANN Romance No. 163     KHACHATURIAN Spartacus: Adagio of Spartacus and Phrygia64     PIAZZOLLA Libertango65     EINAUDI I giorni66     J STRAUSS II Blue Danube Waltz67     JENKINS Benedictus68     RUTTER For the Beauty of the Earth69     BRUCKNER Symphony No. 7: III. Scherzo70     BOCCHERINI Minuet CD771     SMETANA Vltava (The Moldau) – excerpt72     SULLIVAN The Gondoliers: Overture73     ALBINONI Oboe Concerto in D minor: II. Adagio74     MUSSORGSKY Pictures at an Exhibition: Promenade and Gnomus75     J STRAUSS I Radetzky March76     BYRD Ave verum corpus77     BARTOK Concerto for Orchestra: II. Giuoco delle coppie78     PACHELBEL Canon79     CORELLI Christmas Concerto: Pastorale80     RICHTER Vivaldi Recomposed: Spring 181     SHORE The Fellowship of the Rings: The Fellowship82     PALESTRINA O beata et benedicta83     FANNY MENDELSSOHN Piano Trio: II. Andante espressivo84     RESPIGHI Ancient Airs and Dances: Bergamasca85     BARRY Out of Africa: Theme86     ALLEGRI Miserere – excerpt CD887     BARTON Kalkadungu Yurdu88     PAGANINI Violin Concerto No. 1: II. Adagio espressivo89     MASSENET Thais: Meditation90     GLANVILLE-HICKS Etruscan Concerto: III. Scherzo91     NYMAN: The Piano: The Heart Asks Pleasure First92     KORNGOLD Die tote Stadt: Glück, das mir verblieb93     KOEHNE Tivoli Dances: I. Santa Ana Freeway94     RAMEAU Les Indes galantes: Overture95     GÓRECKI Symphony of Sorrowful Songs: II. Lento e largo96     WHITWELL She Walks in Beauty97     D SCARLATTI Piano Sonata in G major, Kk45498     VINE Piano Concerto No. 1: 2nd movement99     ORFF Carmina burana: O Fortuna100         POULENC Mélancolie
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What did the early Australian colony sound like? Apart from ‘Bound for Botany Bay’, it’s not a question we ask ourselves very often. But it’s a question that Shane Lestideau has set about trying to answer. Having just completed a master’s degree on music in eighteenth-century Scotland, Shane was curious to know how much of this repertoire had been brought to Australia during the early years of European colonisation. The opportunity to research the topic was presented in the form of the 2019 National Folk Fellowship. It allowed her full access to the National Library of Australia’s music collection, and she spent several weeks digging out the oldest and most interesting examples of Scottish baroque, classical and folk music as played and cherished by European immigrants in Australia. The stylistic distinctions between these three genres of music are particularly blurred in Scotland where one commonly finds traditional Scottish airs used in chamber and orchestral music.When it came to recording these works, Shane needed a band of brilliant, versatile performers who could move seamlessly between styles and musical periods, who could play these works as they were intended to be played.And what a band it is, featuring the beautiful voice and harp playing of Claire Patti (The Velvetones), Shane Lestideau andBen Dollman (Australian Brandenburg Orchestra) on period violins, Rachel Johnston on cello (formerly of the Australian String Quartet), and Emily-Rose Šárkova (from the genre-blending ensemble Chaika) on piano and piano-accordion.The result is One Hundred Days Away, a haunting album focusing on songs and tunes that are linked to the sea, a nostalgia for ‘home’, or the struggle to settle in unfamiliar lands. Part classical, part folk, part Scottish, part Australian, this album captures the musical – and emotional – landscape of the early Australian settlement.Evergreen EnsembleClaire Patti soprano & Celtic harpEmily-Rose Šárkova piano accordion & pianoRachel Johnston celloShane Lestideau violin, violin d’amoreBen Dollman violin & viola
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Music by Dr Allan Zavod | Words by Dr Alan FinkelNarrated by Sir Richard BransonMelbourne Symphony Orchestra conducted by Benjamin Northey“…delivering such an important message in a language that is as accessible as possible is key to The Environmental Symphony’spotential to communicate with a broad audience.” – Limelight (2015)ABC Classic presents The Environmental Symphony, an ambitious and epic work that spans five billion years, from the formation of the planet through to the devastation of our current age.Released on United Nations World Environment Day, Wednesday June 5, The Environmental Symphony sounds a warning of what will happen if we don’t act boldly and decisively to address our climate crisis, but ends with an optimistic vision of a greener, cleaner future.With music by the genre-bending Dr. Allan Zavod, words by Dr. Alan Finkel, narrated by Sir Richard Branson, and performed by the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra and conductor Benjamin Northey, this recording is a major international release that lends some musical muscle to the ongoing political and environmental fight against climate change. Known for his unique creative blend of improvised jazz and classical music, Dr. Allan Zavod wasone of Australia’s most exciting pioneers of fusion music – a pianist, composer, arranger, producer, and conductor, he broke down barriers between genres alongside international superstars such as Eric Clapton, Frank Zappa, Sting, Nigel Kennedy and many more. The Environmental Symphony was his last major work before his death in 2016.Dr Alan Finkel, a friend and admirer of Allan Zavod’s performance and creative prowess, was honoured when Zavod asked him to provide the storyline and the libretto for The Environmental Symphony. They shared the belief that music and science could unite to provide a fresh insight into the problem of global warming. Currently Australia’s Chief Scientist and a former Chancellor of Monash University and President of the Australian Academy of Technology and Engineering, Finkel has had a long and successful career in industry. He has received many accolades and awards, and is passionate about science education.Since starting youth culture magazine Student at aged 16, Sir Richard Branson has found entrepreneurial ways to drive positive change in the world. In 2004 Richard established Virgin Unite, the non-profit foundation of the Virgin Group, which unites people and entrepreneurial ideas to create opportunities for a better world. Most of his time is now spent building businesses that will make a positive difference in the world and working with Virgin Unite and organisations it has incubated, such as The Elders, The Carbon War Room, The B Team and Ocean Unite. He also serves on the Global Commission on Drug Policy and supports ocean conservation with the Ocean Elders.Australian conductor Benjamin Northey is the Chief Conductor of the Christchurch Symphony Orchestra and the Associate Conductor of the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra. Highly active in the performance of Australian orchestral music, Northey is an Honorary Fellow at the University of Melbourne Conservatorium of Music, his awards include the prestigious 2010 Melbourne Prize Outstanding Musician’s Award and the 2002 Brian Stacey Memorial Scholarship, as well as multiple awards and nominations for his numerous CD recordings with ABC Classic.The Melbourne Symphony Orchestra is a leading cultural figure in the Australian arts landscape, bringing the best in orchestral music and passionate performance to a diverse audience across the nation and around the world. Each year the MSO engages with more than 5 million people through live concerts, TV, radio and online broadcasts, international and regional tours, recordings and education programs. From its home at Hamer Hall, Arts Centre Melbourne, to free summer concerts at Melbourne’s largest outdoor venue, the Sidney Myer Music Bowl, the MSO evolves and inspires a broad range of audiences with more than 160 concerts a year. Sir Richard Branson narratorMelbourne Symphony OrchestraBenjamin Northey conductor
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ABC Jazz is proud to release a new album from Judy Bailey’s Jazz Connection. This iconic Sydney outfit has been led by award-winning pianist Judy Bailey oam – one of Australia’s most highly regarded jazz artists, composers, arrangers and educators – since the 1990s. Made up primarily of emerging artists, most of them studying at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music, Jazz Connection is an elite jazz orchestra that fosters talented young jazz musicians, giving them the opportunity to perform live at prestigious festivals and venues such as the Sound Lounge (Seymour Centre), Jazz Groove Association (Club 505) and the Sydney Opera House.Judy Bailey is one of Australia`s leading musical identities, with numerous awards, including the inaugural APRA award for Jazz Composition, an Australian Entertainment award for Jazz Performance, the Order of Australia Medal for services to Jazz and Education, and the Award for Distinguished Services to Australian Music. She continues to teach at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music.This studio album, recorded in December 2018 at Sydney’s Studio 301, showcases Bailey’s compositional talent, featuring both new works and new big band arrangements of some of her classics hits. Recorded in a single day, the album captures the energy and creative flair of the band - which features up-and-coming soloists including Tom Avgenicos, Lachy Hamilton and 2018 National Jazz Award winner Alex Hirlian.All tracks written and arranged by Judy BaileyJudy Bailey’s Jazz ConnectionSaxophones:          Lachlan Hamilton                                Jack Stoneham                                Michael Avgenicos                                Chris Higgins                                Anthony TummilloTrumpets:               James Power                                Tom Avgenicos                                James Sarno                                Tom ArblasterTrombones:           Ellie Shearer                                Jacob Parks                                Lawson McGuinness                                Des CanningsRhythm Section:     Matt Harris (piano)                                Yutaro Okuda (guitar)                                Sarah Evans (bass)                                Alex Hirlian (drums)
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“Australia’s greatest composer” Limelight magazinePeter Sculthorpe created an Australian classical music that for the first time spoke directly of the land, the people and the spirit of this country.Released to coincide with what would have been his 90th birthday, The Best of Peter Sculthorpe brings together more than two hours of his best-loved and most iconic works, from solo piano works played by Tamara-Anna Cislowska, to orchestral works and concertos performed by great soloists William Barton, Karin Schaupp and Amy Dickson, and his 18th and final string quartet.Born in Launceston on 29 April 1929, Sculthorpe rose to international recognition by creating a uniquely Australian style of music. From the wet season of the Northern Territory in Kakadu to the brutality of the southern summer in Sun Music IV, from the seaside war memorial that inspired Small Town to the timeless connection between Indigenous people and their land represented in Earth Cry, Sculthorpe captured the extremes of the country’s natural landscape, and stirred the imagination of its people.Sculthorpe was made an officer of the Order of Australia in 1990, and an Australian National Living Treasure in 1998. He died in 2014, at the age of 85. TRACKLISTING  PETER SCULTHORPE 1929–2014 CD11.       Music for Bali2.       Earth Cry          William Barton didgeridoo         Island Songs – Concerto for Saxophone3.       I.     Song of Home4.       II.    Lament and Yearning          Amy Dickson saxophone5.       Small Town6.       Sun Music IV7.       Djilile          Tamara-Anna Cislowska piano8.       On High Hills9.       Irkanda IV          Richard Tognetti violin10.     New Norcia CD21.       Left Bank Waltz          Tamara-Anna Cislowska piano2.       Nourlangie – Concerto for Guitar          Karin Schaupp guitar3.       Evocation          Tamara-Anna Cislowska piano4.       From Ubirr          William Barton didgeridoo         String Quartet No. 185.       I.     Prelude6.       II.    A Land Singing7.       III.   A Dying Land8.       IV.   A Lost Land9.       V.    Postlude          Flinders Quartet10      Kakadu
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Camerata – Queensland’s Chamber Orchestrafeaturing Katie Noonan vocals ABC Classic invites you on a magical journey into a world of fairies, dreams and enchanted trees, where love and music are more powerful than anything. Join us on The Little Green Road to Fairyland.Two small children, Maykin and her brother Robin, are being settled in their beds by their mother, who is reading their favourite book, The Little Green Road to Fairyland. Slowly they fall asleep, when a Fairy appears through their bedroom window, sprinkles her magic fairy dust over the sleeping children, and takes them on a magical journey!Based on the beloved children’s book by author Annie R. Rentoul and illustrator Ida Rentoul Outhwaite, this album features gorgeous music by composer Elena Kats-Chernin performed by one of Australia’s greatest singers, five-time ARIA Award-winner Katie Noonan, and Camerata - Queensland’s acclaimed chamber orchestra.This timeless tale and beautiful music will spark the imagination of audiences young and old with a tale of love, hope, compassion and a touch of fairy magic.Originally commissioned by the Queensland Music Festival in 2011, The Little Green Road to Fairyland was recommissioned in 2019 as a co-production between Queensland Music Festival and Queensland Ballet. The Little Green Road to Fairyland will be performed at the Playhouse, QPAC and will tour regional Queensland throughout June and July 2019. TRACKLISTING The Little Green Road to FairylandOriginal ballet score by Elena Kats-Chernin, orchestrated by Steve Newcomb1     ‘Long Ago’2     Fairy3     The Dream Begins4     Robin and Maykin in the Magic Forest5     Mary6     Tree of Love7     Hopscotch Frolicking8     Travelling9     Meeting Jasper10   Fairy’s Flute11   Jasper’s Flute12   Mesmerised13   Travelling14   Tree of Music15   Flute Travel16   Meeting Sylvie17   ‘Hush-a-Bye Possum’18   Travelling19   Tree of Compassion20   Sylvie’s New Dress21   Tree of Magic: ‘Fairy Child’22   Time to Depart23   Butterfly and the Little Green Road24   The Door to Fairyland25   ‘Beyond the Little Door’26   Fairyland27   Waking from the Dream
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On his new album, Australia’s ‘Prince of the Violin’, Patrick Roberts pays tribute to the beloved music of soft rock legends Air Supply, alongside Graham Russell and Russell Hitchcock of Air Supply and the Prague Symphony Orchestra.All Out of Lovereimagines Air Supply’s timeless songs on classical violin – sometimes with orchestra, sometimes with piano, but always with an outpouring of emotion. Iconic hits ‘Even the Nights Are Better’, ‘All Out of Love’ and ‘Making Love Out of Nothing at All’, plus covers of beloved favourites ‘Unchained Melody’ and ‘Without You’ (made famous by Mariah Carey) make this an album packed full of beautiful new versions of classic tunes.In 2018 Patrick was invited to record on Air Supply’s new orchestral album alongside Tommy Emmanuel, Secret Garden, The Carpenters, Joshua Bell and many more. Following these sessions, Graham and Russell offered to appear on Patrick’s next album, recording the serene, intimate versions of ‘All Out of Love’ and ‘Lost in Love’that you hear on this record. Air Supply also invited Patrick to perform with them on their 2019 Australian Tour.Formed in Australia in 1975 by Graham Russell and Russell Hitchcock, Air Supply had a string of worldwide smash hits in the late 70s and early 80s. A string of singles reached the very top of the charts in America, Australia and Canada, establishing Air Supply as household names. The band were inducted into the ARIA Hall of Fame in 2013.Patrick Robertshas been entertaining audiences for over 25 years. Picking up the violin at the tender age of five, he has been classified as a true violin genius and has transformed some of the much-loved classics into contemporary masterpieces. Best known to audiences through his appearances on Carols By Candlelight and on Channel 7’s Good Friday Appeal for the Royal Children’s Hospital, Melbourne. His recent album, Pink, debuted at #1 on the ARIA Classical chart. TRACKLISTING 1     All Out Of Love2     Even The Nights Are Better3     Love And Other Bruises4     The One That You Love 5     Lost In Love6     Without You7     Here I Am11   Unchained Melody12   Making Love Out Of Nothing At All13   The Power Of Love (You Are My Lady)14   Two Less Lonely People In The World  Patrick Roberts violin withGraham Russell and Russell Hitchcockvocals (tks 1, 5)Prague Symphony Orchestra(tks 2, 3)
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Experience ultimate relaxation with Classical Chill.These albums feature some of the most beautiful and peaceful music ever written, perfect for concentration or relaxation. Be swept away by 500 years of gorgeous, calming music, from Bach to Beyoncé, hand-picked by the team at ABC Classic.With over two hours of music in each collection, you can hit ‘play’ on the Classical Chill series and float away with the most beautiful music ever written. These albums will put you at ease and help you focus on what’s at hand – whether that’s studying for exams, racing towards a work deadline, or simply curling up on the couch with your favourite book.Classical Chill: Guitar offers over two hours of acoustic, resonant beauty: from classical favourites to timeless folk tunes, South American flavours to beloved Beatles songs. With a who’s who of Australian guitarists including the Grigoryan Brothers, Tim Kain, Matt Withers, Karin Schaupp andGareth Koch, this album will carry you away with beautiful music. TRACKLISTING  CD1 MYERS Cavatina from The Deer HunterLOVELADY Incantation No. 2BACH Sinfonia from Cantata No. 156CHARLTON The Beauties of the World Are Revealed for the First Time from The Rainbow SerpentKOCH The Unveiled QueenORFFAmor volat undique (Love flits everywhere) from Carmina buranaSCHUBERT In Praise of TearsGREENBAUM Sonata for Guitar: II. ElatedTRAD. Wild Mountain ThymeBACH Cello Suite No. 6: II. AllemandeMcLEAN Vincent (Starry, Starry Night)LENNON–McCARTNEY YesterdayRACHMANINOFF VocaliseCHARLTON ReverieTRAD. Banana Boat SongALBÉNIZ TangoMONTES Preludio de AdiosRODRIGO Concierto de Aranjuez: II. AdagioCD2 BACH Cello Suite No. 1: I. PreludeVIVALDI Lute Concerto in D major: II. LargoGRIGORYAN DistanceBREL Chanson des vieux amantsMOZART Divertimento in D major: II.AndanteBRAHMS Intermezzo, Op. 118 No. 2DEBUSSY Clair de lune (Moonlight)PIAZZOLLA Tango Suite: II. AndanteSOR L’Encouragement: I. CantabileRIGNEY Two Swings in the Heart-Shaped GardenTRAD. Slow, Slow, Slow Your BoatHOUGHTON DriftTRAD. The Salley GardensISAACS AngelFALLA AsturianaFALLA NanaPONCE EstrellitaBACARISSE Romanza   Artists include:Slava & Leonard GrigoryanKen Murray • Matt Withers • Karin SchauppGareth Koch • Guitar Trek
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Experience ultimate relaxation with Classical Chill.These albums feature some of the most beautiful and peaceful music ever written, perfect for concentration or relaxation. Be swept away by 500 years of gorgeous, calming music, from Bach to Beyoncé, hand-picked by the team at ABC Classic.With over two hours of music in each collection, you can hit ‘play’ on the Classical Chill series and float away with the most beautiful music ever written. These albums will put you at ease and help you focus on what’s at hand – whether that’s studying for exams, racing towards a work deadline, or simply curling up on the couch with your favourite book.Classical Chill: Pianofeatures the most famous works from across the history of classical music, from legendary composers (Bach, Beethoven) to modern masters (Philip Glass, Arvo Pärt), plus new recordings of iconic pop songs including Beyoncé’s Halo, Flume’s Never Be Like You, The Knife’s Heartbeats, and Miley Cyrus’ Wrecking Ball.Featuring beloved Australian pianists such as Jayson Gillham, Simon Tedeschi, Sally Whitwell, Tamara-Anna Cislowska, Stephanie McCallum, Gerard Willems and Roger Woodward, this album is both a beautiful, relaxing compilation and also the perfect introduction to the world of the piano, whether you’re a classical aficionado or a pop enthusiast. TRACKLISTING  CD1 DEBUSSY Clair de luneGRIEG Morning MoodROWLAND The Man from Snowy River: Jessica’s ThemeTRAD. Amazing GraceFLUME Never Be Like YouMILEY CYRUS Wrecking BallEDWARDS A Flight of Sunbirds:IV. Poco lentoVIII. Andante con motoTIERSEN Amélie: La DisputeROTA Romeo and Juliet: Love ThemeCHAPLIN Mandolin SerenadeVINE Love Me SweetBARTSCH Here I Am, Just for YouKATS-CHERNIN ButterflyingBACH / HESS Jesu, Joy of Man’s DesiringJUSTIN BIEBER SorryTHE KNIFE HeartbeatsBARTSCH RockabyeISAAC BarcarolleGERSHWIN Prelude No. 2  CD2 BEYONCÉ HaloNYMAN The Piano: Big My SecretBEETHOVEN ‘Moonlight’ SonataDEBUSSY The Girl with the Flaxen HairTIERSEN Amélie: Comptine d’un autre été: L’Après-midiLISZT Consolation No. 3 GLASS OpeningTHE XX IslandsDUDLEY Poldark: ThemeCHOPIN Nocturne in E-flat majorKATS-CHERNIN The Rain PuzzleROWLAND The Man from Snowy River: Tom Fool’s KnotVANGELIS Missing: Main ThemeBRAHMS Intermezzo, Op. 118 No. 2SCULTHORPE Left Bank WaltzPÄRT Spiegel im SpiegelKATS-CHERNIN All Things ConspireROSENMAN East of Eden: Main ThemeSATIE Gymnopédie No. 1MORRICONE Cinema Paradiso: Main ThemeArtists include:Jayson Gillham • Tamara-Anna CislowskaSimon Tedeschi • Stephanie McCallum • Gerard WillemsRoger Woodward • Sally Whitwell • Duncan Gifford • Ewa Kupiec 
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ARIA Award-winning musician Dan Sultan has today announced Nali & Friends, a new album of children’s music and stories to be released April 12. Nali & Friendsis a tale about unconventional, oddball animals from different parts of the world. Co-written with longtime friend and collaborator, filmmaker Rhys Graham, the stories were inspired by the pair’s journey through Uganda and Kenya working with The Thin Green Line Foundation - an international organization that provides welfare and support to Wildlife Rangers. It was during this trip that Dan & Rhys had the opportunity to get up close with baby animals and observe their quirky personalities. The resulting album is bursting with playful, upbeat songs, interwoven with heart-warming stories about growing up, protecting our natural world, and learning to accept difference. Whilst Nali & Friends is Dan’s first full-length kids album, he is no stranger to the genre - having previously collaborated with children’s music icons The Wiggles and Play School.