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Remembering Gallipoli

Premiere recordings of two Australian works, one contemporary and one 95 years old, mark the centenary of the Gallipoli landings. Performed by Thomas Jones (violin), Laura Chislett Jones (bass flute) and Rachel Valler.

The Gallipoli landings on 25 April 1915 were a defining point in shaping Australia’s identity. Fourteen years after Federation, many of the qualities we now celebrate as truly Australian were forged in appalling conditions between a beach and an insurmountable headland.

As we remember Gallipoli and the huge sacrifices made by Australians and their families, we can also reflect on the flowering of a unique and authentic Australian voice.

The works on this CD by Moya Henderson, Leon Gellert and Henry Tate are examples of this. Although they each remember in different ways, they are all distinctively Australian in their warmth, sincerity and directness.


Thomas Jones

In 1988 Jones became the violinist with the Atlanta Chamber Players, the leading ensemble in the Southeast and toured extensively with them throughout the United States. He has also appeared as guest artist with the Borodin Trio and performed as a soloist with various Australian and American orchestras including the Dekalb Symphony, the Tampa Bay Chamber Orchestra, the Sydney Symphony Orchestra and the Queensland Pops Orchestra.

Track Listing

  1. Remembering Moya Henderson
  2. The Attack at Dawn (Poem) Leon Gellert
  3. Tone Sketch Henry Tate


Where to buy

Remembering Gallipoli is available for download from the iTunes Music Store.
It's available for streaming through Apple Music.

Remembering Gallipoli 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
$5.00 AUD
Release date
© 2015 Move Records
℗ 2015 Move Records
Classical, Spoken word
Catalogue number
MD 3392
Alternate catalogue number
EAN 9314574339222