Roy Ainsworth

Roy Ainsworth appears on

Jazz music series 5: Ripper

Performer: saxophone

The fifth and final volume in John Sangster's jazz series of Suites that he wrote for a lively little orchestra featuring some of Australia's finest jazz musicians.

Jazz music series 4: Take that

Performer: bariton saxophone

John Sangster's "lively little orchestra", a group of some of Australia's finest jazz musicians, reaches volume four in a series of Suites.

Jazz music series 3: Steady lads

Performer: baritone saxophone

This is the third in a series of Suites written by John Sangster for a lively little orchestra comprising some of Australia's finest jazz musicians.

Jazz music series 1: Don't mean a thing if it ain't got that doo-wup

Performer: saxophone

As John Sangster put it, "Here is the first in a series of Suites written for this lively little orchestra, a gathering that includes some of Australia's finest jazz musicians."

Fluteman

Performer: clarinet

John Sangster composed the music for the little-known film "Fluteman" in 1982. The film may not be high in your mind, but the music performed by Don Burrows (flute), and eight other jazz players makes wonderful listening apart from the film.

Uttered Nonsense (The Owl and the Pussycat)

Performer: Baritone-Saxophone and Bass Clarinet

Uttered nonsense, (The Owl and the Pussycat), consists eight works of Edward Lear, spoken with the utmost gravity by Mr Ivan Smith, and set to music of the most nonsensical nature by John Sangster.