Scherzo for piano on YouTube

Here are some more YouTube performances of my Scherzo for piano from the AMEB Piano Series 17 Grade Book for Preliminary. The work is set in the syllabus for LIST A.

The AMEB book containing the work can be purchased from the AMEB online shop.

Thank you to all those who have played, recorded and performed this piece. I hope you enjoy it.

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Concert this Wednesday (29 June 2016)

This Wednesday 29 June 2016 at 1.30pm, Brett is playing an organ recital for the Roseville Music Club at St Luke’s Church, 28 Lord Street, Roseville.

Repertoire includes music by Campra, Guilmant, Bach, Elgar, Vaughan Williams, and Brett’s own Voluntary on ‘Tallis’ Canon’ as well as an improvisation.

Entry $20/15.

Voluntary on Tallis’ Canon performance THIS THURSDAY

This Thursday June 2, at 1.10pm, Kurt Ison is playing the Organ Recital at St Andrew’s Cathedral, George Street, Sydney.

Mr Ison will play Brett’s Voluntary on ‘Tallis’ Canon’ (opus 118).

Other works on the programme are:

  • César Franck: Choral no 2 in B minor
  • Henry Purcell: ‘Chaconne’ (King Arthur)
  • Charles V Stanford: ‘The Bluebird’ (opus 119, no.3) arranged by John Keene

Entry is by donation.

New compositions published

There are multiple new McKern works recently published by Wirripang. Some are for choir, some for organ. They can be seen on the Wirripang website:

http://www.australiancomposers.com.au/authors/brett-m-mckern

Or on the new library acquisitions list of the Australian Music Centre:

http://awscdn.australianmusiccentre.com.au/documents/acc01_15.pdf

Or on the list of McKern works at the Australian Music Centre:

http://www.australianmusiccentre.com.au/artist/mckern-brett

Organ work to be performed at Washington National Cathedral

Sarabande for the Epiphany (part of the Epiphany Suite) is to be played by organist Kurt Ison at Washington National Cathedral in an organ recital at 5.15pm on Sunday 12 April, 2015.

Kurt Ison commissioned Sarabande for the Epiphany for a recital he played at Westminster Abbey on the Feast of the Epiphany in 2013. Here is is being performed at another famous international venue. It has also been performed at cathedrals in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane. The Washington National Cathedral Great Organ has 10650 pipes, 4 manuals, and 189 ranks!

The Cathedral advises that the suggested donation for attending the recital is US$10.

http://www.nationalcathedral.org/events/OR20150412.shtml#.VI5eOskposL