at St Jude’s Bowral.
Some upcoming recitals for those in the area…
There are some new additions to this website. Now, many of the Funeral Music suggestions and some of the Wedding Music suggestions include links to short YouTube videos of Brett playing these works (or at least excerpts thereof). This will hopefully help making selections for these important occasions simpler.
Would you like to improve your music theory skills? Study composition? Do you need to get your co-requsite exam to get your practical certificate or diploma?
Theory and compositions can be by Skype, saving you travelling time and cost; or at Gordon, near Camden, or in the Southern Highlands, NSW.
A recent issue of Resonate Magazine of the Australian Music Centre includes an article on the new AMEB Series 17 Piano books. Preliminary grade includes a new McKern work called Scherzo.
The books can be bought at the AMEB Online Shop.
Thank you to those who alerted me to ABC Classic Drive’s playing of my Scherzo for saxophone last night at 6pm. And thank you to all who listened too! Well done Rob and Ben, the performers; and Wirripang the producers of the CD.
Remember you can buy this CD and score at Wirripang:
The death of a loved one can be a particularly difficult time. This new page is to help you plan the music for a funeral service that honours the departed with dignity.
If you are planning a wedding, check out this new page to help you plan the music for your big day.
Brett’s Sonatina for Cor Anglais and piano has been recorded by Rachel Tolmie (cor anglais) and John Martin (piano). This jovial work contrasts a number of more sombre works on this great new CD.
The CD, On the Sorrow of War, is available from Wirripang: http://australiancomposers.com.au/cds/classical/on-the-sorrow-of-war-cd