Tabuh Tabuhan (For Wind Quintet And Percussion). Composed By – Peter Sculthorpe. Variations (For Wind Quintet, Piano, Recorded Piano). Composed By – Nigel Butterley.
Tabuh Tabuhan (1968) for woodwind quintet and 2 percussion. Tabuh tabuhan is a Balinese term meaning all kinds of gamelan music. Sear, Walter E. (1930-2010). Antiphony for woodwind quintet and brass quintet. Commissioned by the Australian Broadcasting Commission for the Sydney Symphony Orchestra Subscription concerts and the New Woodwind Quintet with the assistance of the Australian Council for the Arts. Sjöberg, Johan-Magnus (1953- ). Face it (1988-1989).
277 works found - currently displaying all 20 per page. brass and percussion. wind quintet and percussion. A ballet in five parts for orchestra.
Strona Główna Muzyka Klasyczna Sculthorpe Peter Peter Sculthorpe - Quamby & other orchestral works (2005). Peter Sculthorpe - Quamby & other orchestral works (2005). Poniedziałek, 14 Sierpień 2017 14:06 Wpisany przez bluesever. Ocena użytkowników:, 0 Słaby Świetny. 1 Cello Dreaming, for cello & ensemble 18:07. Quamby, for chamber orchestra (with optional didjeridu) 2 Prelude 3:15 3 In the Valley 5:23 4 From High Hills 4:59 5 At Quamby Bluff 7:43. Brief, slow and evocative it derives from a larger-scale work for wind quintet and percussion called Tabuh Tabuhan. The only glitch at all concerns too short a gap between the first two pieces but other than that, as noted in my first paragraph, this is an excellently realised disc and part of a model series.
New List New Article New Book New Video New Post. Home Works 20th century Chamber Piece Sculthorpe. 20th century chamber piece. Peter Joshua Sculthorpe. Wind quintet, Percussion, various. wind quintet 20th century percussion, various. Faber Music Ltd. 1968.
This style emerged distinctively in a series of pieces given the Aboriginal title Irkanda - scrub country" - which, for Sculthorpe, was emblematic of the silence of the Australian landscape. Sculthorpe embraced Asian as well as Australian sounds, notably in Tabuh Tabuhan for Wind Quintet (1968). For Love 200 for the Australian bicentennial, he teamed up with the rock band Tully (famous from the musical Hair) and Jeannie Lewis for a brief excursion into the Age of Acquarius.
The works of Sculthorpe's teenage years, JUVENILIA, have not previously been listed in a published catalogue.
Tabuh-Tabuhan is thus a Balinese collective noun, meaning different drum rhythms, metric forms, gong punctuations, gamelans, and music essentially percussive. Although Tabuh-Tabuhan makes much use of Balinese musical material. I consider it a purely personal work in which Balinese and composed motifs, melodies and rhythms have been fused to a symphonic work. Balinese music never rises to an emotional climax, but at the same time has a terrific rhythmic drive and symphonic surge, and this partly influenced me in planning the form of the work.
Sun Music I 1965, Sun Music for Voices 1966, Sun Music III 1967, IV 1967, Morning Song for the Christ Child 1966, Red Landscape 1966, Tabuh Tabuhan 1968, Autumn Song 1968, Sea Chant 1968, Sun Music II 1969, Orchestral Suite (from film The Age of Consent) 1968, Sun Music Ballet 1968, Ketjak for orchestra 1969, String Quartet Music 1969, Love 200 for pop.
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|A||–Peter Sculthorpe||Tabuh Tabuhan (For Wind Quintet And Percussion)
Composed By – Peter Sculthorpe
|B||–Nigel Butterley||Variations (For Wind Quintet, Piano, Recorded Piano)
Composed By – Nigel Butterley
- Bassoon – John Cran
- Clarinet – Donald Westlake
- Design [Cover Design] – John Winch
- Engineer [Recording Engineer] – Jeff Moxham
- Ensemble – The New Sydney Woodwind Quintet*
- Flute – Neville Amadio
- Horn – Clarence Mellor
- Oboe – Guy Henderson
- Percussion – Albert Setty (tracks: A), Barry Heywood (tracks: A)
- Piano – Joyce Hutchinson (tracks: B)
- Producer – Eric Clapham
- Sleeve Notes – Roger Covell