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Alchemy / Alicia Crossley.

  • Published by Move Records — August, 2015 [MCD508] — 1 CD
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  • Library Availability: CD 2754 — Reference (not for loan) copy only


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Featured Australian works

  Work Composer PerformersDuration
Goldfish through summer rain — duos: recorder, harp
Recorded/performed at: Studios 301, Sydney
Anne Boyd Alicia Crossley, Verna Lee 4 mins, 25 sec.

Also includes: Cello suite No. 1 in G major BWV 1007 / J.S. Bach transcribed for bass recorder by A Crossley -- Fantasia 10 TWV 40:23 / Telemann, transcribed for tenor recorder by A Crossley -- Syrinx / Debussy - Toward the sea / Toru Takemitsu, transcribed for recorder by A Crossley -- partita V (from 'Six partitas for solo flute') / Johann George Tromlitz, transcribed by A Crossley -- Sicilienne p. 78 / Faure -- The garden of love / Jacobiv, transcribed by A Crossley.

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Alicia Crossley, one of Australia's leading recorder players, performs transcriptions for recorder. She performs a wide variety of repertoire from renaissance dance tunes, to contemporary electro-acoustic works with a particular interest in bass recorder repertoire.

The collection of works featured on Alchemy have all been transformed into valuable compositions for the recorder and help bridge the gaps that exist in traditional repertoire for the instrument. Works such as Tromlitz's Partita V, Faure's Sicilienne, and Debussy's Syrinx extend the recorder into the rarely explored classical, romantic and impressionist genres.

Other works, such as Bach's Cello Suite No.1 and Telemann's Fantasia 10, have been selected to enhance the limited solo repertoire for tenor and bass recorder; instruments that have virtually no solo repertoire before the mid-twentieth century. Each transcription featured on Alchemy has been kept as close to the original score as possible, with the occasional transposition made in order to keep the composition within the recorders' range.

Liner notes include program notes.

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