New & noteworthy
On 11 December 2014 Paul Keating launched a new CD called Pieces from Childhood featuring pieces composed by Australian viruoso pianist Geoffrey Tozer (pictured) to mark the fifth anniversary of his death. The recording is performed by Lachlan Redd, a pianist who Tozer greatly admired and with whom he worked. Also released are four archive recordings of Geoffrey Tozer concerts in Osaka, Hobart and New Zealand. Details of these recordings, along with program notes, will appear on this website over the next few days.
Gramophone critic Peter Dickinson chose the recent Move Records release Lennox Berkeley: Complete Music for Violin and Piano as his personal best CD of the year in December 2014's edition of the magazine. Of the disc he said: "Real discoveries here, including Sonata No. 1 - lost for 48 years. The Sonatina and Elegy reveal Berkeley's unique charisma. Edwin Paling led the Royal Scottish National Orchestra for over 30 years, while Arabella Teniswood-Harvey is at the University of Tasmania: a fine duo in revelatory performances 25 years after the composer's death."
Distinguished music composer Cezary Skubiszewski has taken out three APRA/AMCOS Screen Music Awards for 2014, including Best Soundtrack Album for The Broken Shore. Cezary has three soundtrack albums available from Move - The Broken Shore, After the Deluge and The Rage in Placid Lake.
Harmonic Singer, Dean Frenkel and percussionist David Jones have joined forces to create this new release 'Barefoot in the sky'.
Celebrated flautist, Peter Sheridan has released his follow-up album to 'Below' and 'Monologues & Dialogues' - showcasing the wonderful world of the lower members of the flute family.
In tribute to the late Peter Suclthorpe - Move records has released this new CD. It features performances from some of Australia's finest performers.
Trumpeter Bruno Siketa and Organist Rhys Boak present a highly unusual CD of music for the combination of their respective instruments. Never before heard arrangements of some well known works present new insight into the music as well as into the possibilities of the two instruments.
Continuing on in the series of LP re-issues from Move's extensive archive comes this stunning disc. Originally recorded in 1985 - the Melbourne Brass Ensemble present Tone-Stuffs. The stellar line up includes MSO principal trumpet player, Geoffrey Payne.
The Kreutzer Quartet has forged an enviable reputation as one of Europe’s most dynamic and innovative string quartets.