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O Traurigkeit (2017)

for clarinet, cello & piano

First performance: November 2015, Huntington Festival

Ensemble Liaison, Melbourne Recital Centre

(10′)

 

Piano Trio no.3 (2013)

‘Ein Deutsches Liederbuch’

commissioned by Jo and John Strutt

First performance: November 2015, Huntington Festival

Dimity Hall (violin), Julian Smiles (cello), Ian Munro (piano)

(20′)

 

Piano Trio no.2 (2013)

‘A Book of Lullabies’

commissioned by Jo and John Strutt

First performance: 20 May 2014, Independent Theatre, Sydney

Dimity Hall (violin), Julian Smiles (cello), Ian Munro (piano)

(30′)

 

String quartet no.2 (2010)

‘A colonial sketch book’

1. The convict’s return

2. Gargal Machree (Gra geal mo chroi)

(audio files sequenced in Finale, live performances posted when available)

3. Jack Doolan

commissioned by Irene & John Garran and the Australian Business Arts Foundation

First performance: 8 April 2011 — Sydney Opera House, Utzon Room

Flinders Quartet

(25′)

Clarinet quintet (2009)

‘Songs from the Bush’

1. Country Dance

2. Campfire and Night Sky

3. A Drover’s Lament

First performance: 27 November 2010 — Huntington Festival

Catherine McCorkill (clarinet) and the Goldner Quartet

(18′)

String quartet no.1 (2009)

‘from an exhibition of Australian woodcuts’

1. Sails in the wind

2. Corio magnolias

3. Tarantella on a Sydney tram (Brentano String Quartet video)

commissioned by the Coriole Festival

First performance: May 2010 — Coriole Festival

Goldner Quartet

(17′)

Walzer-Schottische (2009)

for piano trio

commissioned by the Seraphim Trio

First performance: 8 October 2009 — Independent Theatre, Sydney

Seraphim Trio

(3′)

Black is the Night (2009)

for string sextet

commissioned by the Australian Chamber Orchestra

First performance: 11 June 2009 — Newcastle City Hall

Australian Chamber Orchestra

(5′)

Country Dance (2009)

for string quartet

for Peter Sculthorpe’s 80th birthday

First performance: April 28th 2009

Goldner Quartet

(1′)

Piano Trio (2008)

‘Tales of Old Russia’

commissioned by Chris Marshall

First performance: October 2008, Wellington —Town Hall

Wilma Smith (violin), David Berlin (cello), Ian Munro (piano)

(25′)

1. Vassilisa & the Baba Yaga

2. The Snow Maiden

3. Death & the Soldier

Divertissement sur le nom d’Erik Satie (2006)

for piano quintet

commissioned by the Flinders Quartet and the Victorian Ministry for the Arts

First performance: June 2006, Melbourne — Montsalvat Barn Gallery

Flinders Quartet, Caroline Almonte (piano)

(15′)

(1. Aubade: Sunrise over Montmartre)

(2. Fughetta: M Satie has breakfast while writing a fugue on a theme by D’Indy)

(3. Promenade: M Satie goes out to buy a handkerchief)

(4. Toccata: M Satie and M Debussy go to the races)

(5. Reverie: M Satie daydreams of a Rusicrucian  hymn)

(6. Valse: M Satie and Uncle Seabird dine at the Chat Noir)

(7. Nocturne: M Satie smokes a cigar and goes to bed)

(8. Postlude: Moonrise over Montmartre)

Tromba Rags (2004)

for trumpet and piano

Bad Girl —Tromba Blues — Mississippi Zez

(10′)

Thirteen Ways of looking at a Blackbird (2002)

for voice, harp and string quartet

(9′)

The Tango We Had to Have (1997)

clarinet & piano

First performance: September 1997, Launceston — Novotel Ballroom

Heather Monkhouse (clarinet), Ian Munro (piano)

(2′)

Aus tiefer Noth (1993)

for viola and piano

First performance: June 2001, Melbourne — National Academy of Music

Esther van Stralen (viola), Dean Sky-Lucas (piano)

(10′)

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