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Lake Moonrise with Halcyon

Lake Moonrise is a recent work by Andrew Schultz for mezzo-soprano, clarinet, cello and vibraphone, composed in 2013 for Halcyon’s fifteenth birthday as a part of their Kingfisher project. The piece had its first performance at a special concert of new works for Halcyon in October 2013 at the Museum of Contemporary Art…

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Stille Sprache digital recording release

Stille Sprache by Andrew Schultz is a setting of three poems from the first part of Rainer Maria Rilke’s Die Sonette an Orpheus for soprano, violin and piano. Felicitas Fuchs (soprano), Qian Zhou (violin) and Bernard Lanskey (piano) recorded the work at at the Studios of the Yong Siew Toh Conservatory of Music in Singapore in 2013 (Zhou Xiaodong, audio engineer). The work was composed by Andrew Schultz in Sydney, Australia, in 2009…

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Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis CD release

“In a slow tempo, the Magnificat, op. 79, by Andrew Schultz, expresses with extremely soft vocal lines those moments of unease that the young woman, after receiving the visit of the Angel, must feel deeply. The music evolves in a completely balanced way despite the...

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‘Deep blue and dirty’ podcast

Deep blue and dirty is a work written by Andrew Schultz for Adelaide bassoonist Mark Gaydon in 2011.  The ABC have released a podcast with an excellent performance of the piece and an interview with Mark Gaydon by the ABC's Stephen Adams. With Mark on bassoon is...

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Broadcast of Ghosts of Reason from Danish orchestra

ABC Classic FM will broadcast the Symphony No 2 - Ghosts of Reason in a performance from January 2013 by the South Jutland Orchestra (David Porcelijn, conductor) at 9.30pm eastern Australian time on Wednesday, November 27, 2013. In an article that combines a review of...

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Joyride on Vimeo

Joyride an animation by Alyssa Rothwell 2012 Alyssa Rothwell’s short animated film, Joyride is based on the Andrew Schultz composition for instrumental sextet from 2009, Ether Etude. It is only two minutes of music but there were hundreds of individual drawings in the...

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Peace by Schultz with TSO in August

The Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra conducted by Marko Letonja present a new work, Peace, by Andrew Schultz in August 2013 in Hobart and Burnie. The concert also includes an appearance by Baiba Skride in the Britten Violin Concerto. Peace, Opus 93 (2013) takes its title...

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Simplify, Simplify

If a man, does not keep pace with his companions perhaps it's because he hears a different drummer. Let him step to the music which he hears, however measured or far away. The Sydney Philharmonia Symphony Chorus present Andrew Schultz's Simplify, Simplify, Opus 82...

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