Barrie Webb is a leading figure in the development of new music for the trombone, his worldwide solo performances include numerous premières, concertos and recordings.
Barrie Webb was born in England. He read music at Cambridge University, studied trombone with Denis Wick and Vinko Globokar and conducting with Constantin Bugeanu.
A leading figure in the development of new music for the trombone, his worldwide solo performances include numerous premières, concertos and recordings. Conductor and director of the ensemble, Firebird, he has directed recordings for the BBC and has conducted in the USA, Australia and Europe - more particularly in Romania where he appears frequently on television and radio.
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This is composer Eve Duncan’s third release, a 2-CD set, and it heralds new approaches in her music.
This album spans nearly a quarter of a century of composition in the field of chamber music by Peter Tahourdin. The pieces reflect Peter's compositional metamorphosis and encompass a myriad of influences and themes, from Indian ragas to the Carmina Burana.
Winner of the 1998 ABC Classic FM "Listeners' Choice" Award, this double CD set brings together chamber music by Brenton Broadstock, one of Australia's most well- established and respected composers.