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Lyrebird Brass: Apex Predators

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posted on 2023-08-10, 04:54 authored by JOEL BRENNANJOEL BRENNAN, Don ImmelDon Immel, Carla BlackwoodCarla Blackwood, TIMOTHY BUZBEETIMOTHY BUZBEE, Rosie Turner

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Lyrebird Brass
Carla Blackwood – Horn
Joel Brennan – Trumpet
Rosie Turner – Trumpet
Don Immel – Trombone
Tim Buzbee – Tuba

Repertoire
Andrew Batterham (b. 1968): Melbourne Mosaic (2016)
I. Shrine
II. Punt Road
III. Arcades
IV. Botanic Gardens
V. Spire

Harry Sdraulig (b. 1992): Divertimento (2013)
I. Overture
II. Intermezzo
III. Elegy
IV. Toccata

Luke Styles (b. 1982): Solder (2019)
Movement I
Movement II
Movement III

Robert S. Cohen (b. 1945): Neptune’s Treasures (2021)
I. Descent of the Bathyscaphe
II. Reef Madness
III. Blobfish
IV. Breaking Hydrothermal: Neptune Rising

Catherine Likhuta (b. 1981): Apex Predators (2013)

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Recorded around the 2020-2021 COVID-19 lockdowns at the Melbourne Conservatorium of Music, Ian Potter Southbank Centre, University of Melbourne, Australia.

Recorded, edited, and mastered by Jarrad Gilson, Oaklands Productions

Produced by Nicholas Williams and Elliott Gyger with assistance from Mads Sørensen and Tricia Teng.

Common Tone Records – CTA 1006

UPC/Barcode: 9351726004614

More info: https://www.discogs.com/release/23570882-Lyrebird-Brass-Apex-Predators


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