The Sound of Rosny
The Australian Rosny Childrens Choir, with the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra presents songs from other lands, Chinese songs, Australian songs, as well as cantatas from Vaughan Williams and Don Kay.
The Australian Rosny Children's Choir started in 1967 by music teacher Jennifer Filby, has toured extensively within Australia, performing in all the major concert venues, and appearing with the Sydney, Melbourne, South Australian and Tasmanian Symphony Orchestras.
- Jamaica, Farewell (Traditional) 1:47
- Chiapanecus (Traditional) Arr: Jeffrey Marlow 2:09
- Summer Sunshine (Traditional) 2:12
- Sing a Rainbow Arthur Hamilton 2:21
- Wo Ai Pei Ching Tien an Men (Traditional) 1:39
- Hsiao Sung Shu (Traditional) 1:19
- Wo Sih Kung She Hsiao She Yuan (Traditional) 1:36
- Click Go The Shears (Traditional) Arr: Arthur S. Loam 1:34
- The Stock-Rider's Song William Garnet James 3:10
- Song of Youth William Garnet James 2:02
- Summer is a-coming in and The Cuckoo Ralph Vaughan Williams 3:44
- John Barleycorn Ralph Vaughan Williams 2:55
- Acre of Land Ralph Vaughan Williams 2:40
- God Bless The Master Ralph Vaughan Williams 3:53
- Tartary Don Kay 2:28
- Fiddler of Dooney Don Kay 1:31
- Very Old Are The Woods Don Kay 2:55
- Autoclycus's Song Don Kay :44
- Here Are The Skies Don Kay :33
Composer William Garnet James was the first federal director of the ABC (1931-1957) and it was during his tenure that orchestras were formed in each state.
Ralph Vaughan Williams was born on 12 October 1872 in Down Ampney, Gloucestershire, where his father, the Reverend Arthur Vaughan Williams (the surname Vaughan Williams is an unhyphenated double-barrelled name of Welsh origin), was vicar.
Don Kay has composed much music for professional individuals, ensembles, young performers, amateur groups, theatre, concert and public occasions. Over time his music has increasingly resulted from response to the Tasmanian landscape, ecology and history.
Where to buy
Move CDs can be ordered through music retailers across Australia including Readings.