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Composer of the Week: Sculthorpe


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4/5. Donald Macleod looks at how Australia's history has found its way into Sculthorpe's music, and at how he has argued, in pieces like Earth Cry, that contemporary Australians might learn better from their forebears how to manage and sustain their environment.
Port Arthur- In Memoriam MarkSkillington (trumpet), Barbara Jane Gilby (violin),
Tasmanian SO, conductor David Porcelijn From the High Hills (Quamby)
Tasmanian SO , conductor Richard Mills Djilile Fretwork
Port Essington Australian Chamber Orchestra Pacific (The Fifth Continent) The Composer (speaker), Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra, conductor David Porcelijn Earth Cry Sydney SO, conductor
Stuart Challender Repeated on Wednesday at 12 midnight


Unknown: Donald MacLeod
Violin: Barbara Jane Gilby
Conductor: David Porcelijn
Conductor: Tasmanian So
Conductor: Stuart Challender

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