New & noteworthy
Move Records was established in late December 1968. We hit the 50 milestone in December 2018 and will be celebrating throughout 2019. Shortly we'll be releasing a special CD to mark the 50 years – 24 Australian composers have contributed a short work (most of them specially written for Move's birthday) for the CD.
Pianist Lachlan Redd performed one of the tracks from the CD "Pieces after childhood" at the premiere of the documentary on the life of Australia's legendary pianist Geoffrey Tozer. The film, which gets its commercial release in May 2019, is entitled "The Eulogy" after Paul Keating's eulogy at Geoffrey Tozer's funeral in 2009.
Step back in time to an era of unprecedented human innovation with the award-winning Syzygy Ensemble, and percussionist Dan Richardson. Sally Greenaway's The 7 Great Inventions of the Modern Industrial Age explores the astounding surge in human invention during the 20th century. And its consequences . . .
Life Cycle traces the emotional journey of impending motherhood through the music of highly regarded composer Emily Hall and the words of acclaimed poet Toby Litt. It's presented by Gian Slater (vocals), Sonya Lifschitz (piano), Zoe Knighton (cello).
Ronald Farren-Price is the grand old man of the piano in Australia. This book by Ian Burk is about his life, work, career and outlook, based on his own reminiscences.
Gordon Kerry has given a glowing and detailed review of Zoe Knighton's "Bach Cello" CD in the Music Trust e-zine.
Tony Gould's writing is provocative, funny, informative, argumentative, and always passionate. His insights into music in Australia are result of three different universities and half a century as a practicing jazz and classical musician, composer, music critic, academic, writer and educator.
Zoe Knighton has released the latest in her series of cello discs. She is joined by acclaimed pianist Ian Munro for this latest disc, venturing into the wonderful sound worlds of Grieg, Pärt and Sibelius.
A re-release of two performances from 1981 and 1983 respectively. These great recordings are now once again available, this time on CD.