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Percy Grainger: Tuneful Percussion - Christine Baker (percussion); Clifford Plumpton (bass); Kirsten Boerema (mezzo-soprano); London String Quartet;...
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  1. Shepherd's Hey!, folk song for orchestra (BFMS 16)
  2. Gamelan Anklung, arrangement for tuneful percussion (after traditional Balinese music)
  3. Irish Tune from County Derry (Londonderry Air), folk song for military band & organ (BFMS 20)
  4. The Lonely Desert Man Sees the Tents of the Happy Tribes, for soprano, tenor, baritone & instruments (RMTB 9)
  5. Blithe Bells (Ramble on Bach's "Sheep May Safely Graze"), for band & tuneful percussion
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  1. Shepherd's Hey!, folk song for orchestra (BFMS 16)
  2. Gamelan Anklung, arrangement for tuneful percussion (after traditional Balinese music)
  3. Irish Tune from County Derry (Londonderry Air), folk song for military band & organ (BFMS 20)
  4. The Lonely Desert Man Sees the Tents of the Happy Tribes, for soprano, tenor, baritone & instruments (RMTB 9)
  5. Blithe Bells (Ramble on Bach's "Sheep May Safely Graze"), for band & tuneful percussion
  6. Eastern Intermezzo, for tuneful percussion
  7. Crying for the Moon, song for voice & tuneful percussion (text & melody by Ella Grainger)
  8. Arrival Platform Humlet, for tuneful percussion (RMTB 7)
  9. Estampes, for piano, L. 108 (100)
  10. Bahariyale v. Palaniyandi, arrangement for harmonium, cup-bells & hand drums (after traditional Indian music)
  11. Sailor's Song, for tuneful percussion
  12. London Bridge, for orchestra
  13. Miroirs, for piano (or orchestra), M. 43: La Vallée des Cloches
  14. Sekar Gadung, transcription for 2 voices, flute & tuneful percussion (after traditional Javenese music)
  15. Under en Bro (Under a Bridge), folk song for 2 voices & large chamber ensemble (DFMS 12)
  16. Country Gardens, folk song for orchestra (arrangement not by Grainger) (BFMS 22)
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"By the end of the twentieth century," Australian composer Percy Grainger is quoted as saying on the back cover of the booklet of this delightful release, "people will be listening to African music ... they'll be dancing to African music ... the Asian gamelan." Pretty prescient! The young Australian group Woof! here presents music from a neglected aspect of Grainger's output: his music for "tuned percussion," which he defined as glockenspiels, xylophones, and bells, augmented by such related instruments as the celeste, ...

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Percy Grainger: Tuneful Percussion 2011, Move

UPC: 9314574322224

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