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The Wiggles - Let's Eat

Here’s a serving of music that’s deliciously delightful! The Wiggles have cooked up a feast of fun with some very special guests! Here’s just a taste; Aussie legends Mental as Anything join with The Wiggles and sing Let’s Cook. Singing superstar Keith Urban sings and swings with England Swings! Then for dessert, Anthony, Murray, Jeff and Sam will join Captain Feathersword, Dorothy the Dinosaur, Wags the Dog and Henry the Octopus for a banquet of beats to get your toes tapping. You’ll be hungry for more when you sample a morsel of The Wiggles’ Let’s Eat!

  • Let’s Cook (Feat. Mental as Anything)
  • Clap Your Hands with Dorothy
  • Monday Is Muffin Day!
  • England Swings (Feat. Keith Urban)
  • Alabama Jubilee (Feat. Mic Conway)
  • I Love Waffles in the Morning
  • Tuesday Is Taco Day!
  • Have a Laugh! (Funny Face)
  • Go Far, Big Red Car
  • On Aunt Nellie’s Farm
  • Cook Captain, Cook!
  • Wednesday Is Watermelon Day!
  • Dreidel, Dreidel, Dreidel
  • Tom Love-Eatin’
  • Clean Your Teeth
  • Yellow Bird
  • Thursday Is Bratwurst Day!
  • That’s What You Call Digestion (Feat. Mic Conway)
  • Sound Your Funky Horn
  • Rag Mop
  • Dorothy, Pick Roses with Me
  • Friday Is Fish Fry Day!
  • Squid Jiggin’ Ground (Feat. Tom McGlynn)
  • Sleep Safe, My Baby (Feat. Paul Field)
  • Wonderful Wags
  • Saturday Is a Sultana Day!
  • Wash Your Hands
In The Night Garden... is a thoroughly modern interpretation of a nursery rhyme picture book, and takes children on an imaginative journey to meet a host of wonderfully silly characters living together within a happy and caring community. It is both funny and reassuring, with a capacity to relax and entertain. Get wrapped up in the enchanting world of the Night Garden in the Musical journey album full of quirky songs and sounds.Track Listing In The Night Garden Opening ThemeOh No! It’s The Ninky Nonk! Hello Igglepiggle! Igglepiggle Goes For A WalkHello Upsy Daisy! Upsy Daisy Kisses Everything In The GardenTittifers Verse 1It’s The Tombliboo’s House! Tombliboo BricksTittifers Verse 2Hello Makka Pakka! Catch Makka Pakka’s Og-pog! Tittifers Verse 3Hello Pontipines! The Pontipines Go For A WalkThe Pinky PonkWhere Is The Pinky Ponk Going? The HaahoosEverybody Loves Jumping! Tittifers Verse 4Time for Tombliboos to Clean their TeethThe Night Garden DanceThe Tittifers Bedtime SongTime to go to Sleep…In The Night Garden Closing Theme Released 2009
ABC Classics presents A Night at the Movies: a 4CD set of favourite movie themes and soundtracks, evoking the passion, romance and thrill of the silver screen.CD1 – Great Movie ThemesThe very best film composers in their most inspired music: John Williams (Raiders of the Lost Ark, Superman, Catch Me If You Can), Ennio Morricone (The Mission), James Horner (Braveheart), Michael Nyman (The Piano), Nigel Westlake (Babe), John Barry (Octopussy), Bernard Herrmann (Psycho), Mark Knopfler (Local Hero) and more.CDs 2 and 3 – Classical Music in the MoviesTimeless classical music has become inseparable from our memories of the great movies, from 21st-century blockbusters such as Ocean’s Eleven (Clair de lune), 50 Shades of Grey (Spem in alium) and About Time (Spiegel im Spiegel), to the golden age of cinema: Picnic at Hanging Rock (Beethoven’s ‘Emperor’ Concerto), A Room with a View (O mio babbino caro) and Brief Encounter (Rachmaninoff’s Second Piano Concerto).CD4 – Movies on the PianoFamous movie themes in lyrical arrangements for solo piano, including Cinema Paradiso, The Godfather, The Man from Snowy River, Schindler’s List and Doctor Zhivago.
Warren Fahey is one of Australia's best-known interpreters of the old bush songs from the shearers, drovers, rabbiters, gold diggers and swaggies of yesteryear. A Panorama of Bush Songs is 28 ballads and songs that tell of colonial Australia, gold rush diggers, the early days of the shearing and droving industries, sea songs, traditional songs about love and bushranger ballads. Track Listing Ginny On The Moor Golden Vanity Wonderful Crocodile A Long Time Ago On The Logan Wild Boy According To The Act Maids Of Australia 10,000 Miles Away Pommies Lament Colonial Experience The Nugget Family Old Man Kangaroo Garawilla Back To The Limejuice Tub The Hardest Bloody Job I've Ever Had Goorianawa One Of The Has Beens Jog Along Til Shearing Euabalong Ball TumbaBloodyRumba The Carrier's Song The Station Cook Freehold On The Plain Flash Stockman Morning of the Fray Frank Gardiner Is Caught Streets Of Forbes My Name Is Edward Kelly 2004
This compilation of The Australian Trio features a broad cross section of the repertoire for piano trio, from works by Brahms and Tchaikovsky, to more modern works by Bernstein and Australian composer Ross Edwards. The Australian Trio was born out of the enjoyment each of these artists derives from their musical collaboration. Each performer brings a wealth of musical experience and depth of interpretative power to their performances. The Australian Trio is characterised by its great musical maturity and insight, which reveal to its loyal and devoted audience unexpected aspects of the works they play. Always searching for works outside the conventional repertoire, The Australian Trio, in addition to the major trios, performs and records works by contemporary Australian composers.Track Listing CD1 Johannes Brahms: Piano Trio No. 2 in C major, Op. 87 Tchaikovsky: Piano Trio, Op. 50 'A la mémoire d'un grand artiste' CD2 Johann Nepomuk Hummel: Piano Trio No. 1 in E-flat major, Op. 12 Debussy: Piano TrioNo. 1 in G major Anton Arensky: Piano Trio No. 1 in D minor, Op. 32 CD3 Johann Nepomuk Hummel: Piano Trio No. 4 in G major, Op. 65 Bedřich Smetana: Piano Trio in G minor, Op. 15 CD4 Michael Brimer: Piano Trio No. 2 Ross Edwards: Piano Trio Leonard Bernstein: Piano Trio Released: 2006
Featuring: Lior, The Idea of North, and Elena Kats-CherninA Piece of Quiet is an album of unrivalled musical delight: a collection of songs featuring the words of Australian children, set to music and performed by Lior, The Idea of North and Elena Kats-Chernin.A Piece of Quiet is the 16th volume in Hush’s acclaimed album series. Originally developed by Dr. Catherine Crock AM to reduce stress and anxiety felt by both patients and their families in hospitals, the Hush music collection is now played in hospitals, homes and shared spaces across the globe.The album is inspired by stories of young children – both sick and well. Singer-songwriter Lior and vocal quartet The Idea of North, along with renowned composer and pianist Elena Kats-Chernin, consulted Australian children for lyrical guidance; questions posed about their lives spawned responses filled with humour, wonder, excitement and surprising wisdom. From these conversations grew a collection of music that conveys the children’s feelings, hopes and dreams in a way that resonates equally with adult listeners.These ARIA-award winning musicians are joined by the Goldner String Quartet, the Sydney Symphony Orchestra’s principle oboist Diana Doberty and cor anglais Alexandre Oguey, and a range of other distinguished performers.Launch ConcertsSydney, City Recital HallTuesday 15 November, 7pmMelbourne Recital CentreThursday 24 November, 7pmMore details at
New from Guitar Trek, A Sky for Dreaming, continues their commitment to expanding the guitar's chamber music sound-world and follows the success of the albums, Music for a Guitar Family and Guitar Trek II - the Family Continues. Performing on uniquely designed and constructed instruments, Guitar Trek plays chamber music with a 'different' sound producing a beautiful blend of sound across a wide register. A Sky for Dreaming is a disc to be treasured and features many well-known pieces especially arranged for Guitar Trek as well as a couple especially written for them. 2001
Take the majesty of a symphony orchestra, add a 100-voice choir, stir in your favourite festive tunes and sprinkle over a large pinch of musical magic. The result? The very finest kind of Symphonic Christmas.Recorded live at Hamer Hall, Arts Centre Melbourne, and featuring conductor, arranger and pianist Bramwell Tovey, this is a truly delightful album that captures the Christmas spirit with an incredible range of music – from a tear-jerking and intimate I’ll Be Home for Christmas (with violin and piano), to the rousing chorus in God Rest Ye, Merry Gentlemen – with an expected twist! Melbourne Symphony Orchestra ChorusMelbourne Symphony OrchestraBramwell Tovey conductor & piano
 As so often the case, a chance meeting, a random jam, results in something far more than just the forging of a new friendship.  So it happened for Nick Milwright and Damian Cazaly, who after a fortuitous encounter in 2005, came to form Melbourne indie/dance outfit Blackchords. Their resulting brand of darkly majestic pop has grown over the past eight years, as has their audience and acclaim, the band releasing their eponymous debut in 2009, touring Europe, garnering award nominations both here and abroad.  It’s music that creeps and cavorts, it drags you in and flings you out, it’s something different, something to think about indeed. Their second album A Thin Line follows on from the group’s debut but it’s more ambient, more electronic, yet pulsing with energy. Recorded in the Yarra Valley and with help from renowned producer David Odlum (The Frames, Gemma Hayes, Josh Ritter, Luka Bloom) Blackchords crafted their strongest musical statement to date.  Track listing1. A Thin Line2. Oh No3. As Night Falls4. Sleepwalker5. Into The Unknown6. Dance, Dance, Dance7. Kitchen8. From Here9. Wasting My Time10. Until the Day I Die 
Who better to take you on a guided tour of jazz music than James Morrison, one of the finest jazz players of our generation?Morrison is your host for this panoramic survey across two CDs, with each track introduced by the man himself. He takes you on a journey from Dixieland to Bop, from the Birth of the Blues to Birdland – and from Antonio Carlos Jobim to Joe Zawinul. The album features some of the greatest jazz standards by, among others, Hoagy Carmichael, Fats Waller, Miles Davis, Herbie Hancock and Duke Ellington, as well as lesser-known gems from Spencer Williams, Ray Noble and Dizzy Gillespie.Morrison, in typically virtuosic style, performs on soprano, alto and tenor saxophone, piano, trumpet and trombone. He’s joined by the smooth vocals of Hetty Kate and the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra under Benjamin Northey.Recorded live in concert with all the thrill and dynamism that brings, this is a perfect introduction to jazz for the novice and a treat for the connoisseur.▬Now 51, James Morrison’s career thus far has been diverse and perhaps not typical of most jazz musicians. He has recorded numerous best-selling albums to international acclaim; performed concerts at the Royal Albert Hall with the London Philharmonic Orchestra; at the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden; for Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II (on two occasions) and for US Presidents Bush & Clinton at Parliament House in Australia. In 1997, James was recognized for his service to the arts in Australia and awarded a medal of The Order of Australia. CD1Spencer Williams Basin Street Blues Ray Henderson The Birth of the Blues Benny Goodman Seven Come Eleven Hoagy Carmichael Stardust*Fats Waller Honeysuckle Rose*Duke Ellington Don’t Get Around Much Anymore*Duke Ellington Mood IndigoCount Basie Li’l Darlin’Cat Anderson El Gato CD2Dizzy Gillespie A Night in TunisiaRay Noble Cherokee*Miles Davis All BluesThelonious Monk 'Round MidnightDizzy Gillespie MantecaAntonio Carlos Jobim Desafinado*Herbie Hancock ChameleonJoe Zawinul BirdlandDuke Ellington It Don’t Mean a Thing* All tracks introduced by James MorrisonJames Morrison trumpet, trombone, saxophone, pianoHetty Kate vocals*Melbourne Symphony Orchestra conducted by Benjamin Northey
A Very Brandenburg Christmas contains everything we’ve come to expect from five-time ARIA Award winning Australian Brandenburg Orchestra’s annual Christmas live albums – and much more. There are well-loved carols with the Brandenburg Choir, baroque masterpieces brought to new life, choral and operatic favourites, and – for the first time – the magical sound of the bandura, played here by Ukranian Larissa Kovalchuk. The live performance was a highlight of the Brandenburg’s 25th anniversary year, and this album will be treasured for Christmases to come.“During our wonderful 25th anniversary year,” says the Brandenburg’s inspirational Artistic Director Paul Dyer, “we celebrated with guest artists from all corners of the world. It was a real testament to music’s power to communicate beyond political, social and cultural divides. It was a geographical, spiritual and cultural year; from the 16th to the 21st century, from Christianity to Islam, Israel and Europe, Ukraine to Russia and back to Australia.“I am excited to introduce the beautiful Ukrainian bandura, played by Larissa Kovalchuk. This wonderful instrument has been newly discovered by the rest of the world as Ukraine revives its folk traditions. Adding Larissa’s playing – and singing – brought something quite magical to concerts.“The Brandenburg stage is a place of beautiful music, and incredible musicianship. I hope you enjoy this live recording of our 2014 Noël! Noël! Christmas concert, beautifully captured by ABC Classics at our performance in Sydney’s magnificent City Recital Hall Angel Place.”TRACKLISTING1.PADILLA Deus in adiutorium2.TRAD. arr. Manchester Divisions on Ancient Carols3.TRAD. UKRAINIAN Duma & Kozak March (Дума та Запорозький марш)4.VAVILOV Ave Maria5.VAVILOV arr. Chance Ave Maria6.BARBER Agnus Dei7.TRAD. UKRAINIAN arr. Chance Near the Hill (Ой, Під Горою)8-10. JS BACH arr. Leonard Concerto for Violin and Oboe d’amorein C minor, BWV106011.CATALANI arr. Chance Ebben! Ne andrò lontana12.GRUBER Stille Nacht (Silent Night)13.MARTIN arr. Dyer Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas 14.ANON. arr. Willcocks O Come, All Ye Faithful
Tom Jordan first picked up a guitar when he was 3 years old. As with most children of his age at the time he had a fascination with the Wiggles, which brought out his natural interest and ability for music and performance. By the time Tom was 8 he was accomplished in the basics of guitar and started having some lessons when he received an electric guitar for his ninth birthday. Tom is now only 14 years old but captivates audiences wherever he plays. His youthful exuberance, stage presence and combined singing, guitar playing, exciting original compositions and feel for music make him an exceptional talent well beyond his years. Track Listing Everytime Too Young for a Girlfriend Back Home Never Alone Save The Day Notice Me Running time: 18 mins. approx. Released: 2007