For vibraphone, keys, bass, guitar and drums. A marvellous collection of jazz works composed and arranged by Ed Goyer. Charts available online.
Ed Goyer (vibraphone), Kelvin Haisman (keys), Mark Costa (electric bass), San Rollins and Adrian Petlevanny (guitar), Gordon Rytmeister (drums).
Six jazz pieces for vibraphone, keys, electric bass, guitar and drums.
1. Dichotomies, c.8'05
2. A Night in Tokyo Park, c.6'10
3. Mr Moriwaki's Outrageous Scheme, c.10'20
4. Rex the Cat, c.7'20
5. 3-Sided Coin, c.4'40
6. Time Stories, c.5'25
CD available on line
12 works for solo saxophone. Also two works for ensemble - inspired by the beauty and spirituality of the Luritja Country in the centre of Australia.
All these works have been recorded on Illara (Wirr 027) available online.
Music for saxophone, recorder, piano, bass, guitar and drums. Michael Baker and Austin Benjamin (piano), Mark Scotland and Rafael Jerjen (double bass), David Condon and Aidan Lowe (drums), Joshua O'Connell (guitar) and Stephen O'Connell (saxophone).
Latin Jazz Combo and Strings, c.3'15
A breezy, light piece which features a Hammond organ sound in the melody. The heavier sound of the organ chords has been omitted to allow the nylon string acoustic guitar to project through the texture. A flute is also used along with 3 trumpets, 3 trombones and upper strings as well as many other instruments. Composed 2009.
16 works for saxophone. A combination of solo, tenor and soprano ensemble, piano - inspired by the beauty and spirituality of the Luritja Country in the centre of Australia. These pieces are from the composer's second visit - the return.
All these works have been recorded on Return (Wirr 043) available online
These jazz tunes are inspired by the amazing landscape and creatures in and around Illara, located in remote Central Australia. Music for saxophone, piano, keyboards, guitar and drums. Paul Gibbs (piano and keyboard), Mark Scotland (double and electric bass), David Condon (drums and percussion), Adam Guzowski (guitar), Miles O'Connell (tenor saxophone) and Stephen O'Connell (soprano and tenor saxophone).
Bass guitar and piano, c.4'30. Suitable for AMEB CPM and NSW HSC exam level.
This piece combines the bass guitar with piano in a way which exploits both its lyrical and more robust qualities. It is intended that the piano be played acoustically, with the bass guitar's amplification adjusted accordingly to obtain a good balance. Composed 2011.
Includes a study computer generated CD with combinations of: piano and bass guitar; bass guitar part only; piano accompaniment only.