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The Marvellous World of George Dreyfus, Volume 1

Marvellous music by the well-known Australian composer George Dreyfus, one of Australia's most animated musical personalities.

Includes 'Tender Mercies', 'Larino Safe Haven', 'German Teddy – Symphony for Mandolin Orchestra', 'Auscapes', 'Sebastian the Fox' and 'There is Something of Don Quixote in All of Us' performed by consummate guitarist, Jochen Schubert.


George Dreyfus

One of Australia's best known composers, especially the theme from the TV series "Rush", George Dreyfus was recently awarded a the Order of Merit of the Federal Republic of Germany at the Victorian Parliament House, for services to music.

Press quote

“All the performances are full of character, well rehearsed and well presented ... a great new recording.”

— Philip Nunn, The Age - Green Guide

Audio preview

Track Listing

    German Teddy - Symphony for Mandolin Orchestra George Dreyfus

  1. Allegro vivo
  2. Lento
  3. Allegro con brio
  4. Tender Mercies George Dreyfus
  5. Larino, Safe Haven George Dreyfus
  6. Auscapes George Dreyfus

  7. Gold Coast, 1900
  8. Gold Coast, 1990
  9. Ernest Giles Crosses the Western Desert, 1875
  10. Hikers Climb Mount Ellery, East Gippsland, 1990
  11. Saturday Night, 1990
  12. There is something of Don Quixote in all of us George Dreyfus
  13. Larino, Safe Haven George Dreyfus
  14. The Adventures of Sebastian the Fox [Bassoon quartet version] George Dreyfus


Where to buy

The Marvellous World of George Dreyfus, Volume 1 is available for download from the iTunes Music Store.
It's available for streaming through Apple Music.

The Marvellous World of George Dreyfus, Volume 1 is available as as CD. It can be purchased online through Buywell Music or the Australian Music Centre which both offer secure online ordering.

Move CDs can be ordered through music retailers across Australia including Readings.

Product details

List price
$25.00 AUD
Release date
© 1992 Move Records
℗ 1992 Move Records
Australian, Classical, Orchestral
Catalogue number
MD 3129
Alternate catalogue number
EAN 9314574312928