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Monash Sessions: Tony Gould and Mike Nock

Monash Sessions:  Tony Gould and Mike Nock by Sir Zelman Cowen School of Music, Monash University buy album

Sir Zelman Cowen School of Music, Monash University

Label: Jazzhead (Australia)
Released: 2016
Views: 93

Track Listing

1. Indifference 07:53 2. Somewhere Called Home 06:39 3. Transitions 06:59 4. Reflections 04:48 5. Natal Lagal 06:54 6. Lamp is Low 07:38 7. Embracing You 05:50 8.Palhaco 08:00 9. Duality 02:16


Album Description

Two of Australia’s most applauded jazz and improvising pianists joined with the cream of Melbourne’s young jazz talent to release the newest offering from the acclaimed Monash Sessions. Both multi award-winning international artists in their own right, Mike Nock and Tony Gould have joined their incredible forces with the power of a full ensemble of wonderful young musicians from the Sir Zelman Cowen School of Music. These two giants of Australian Jazz are joined by renowned musicians and staff: Rob Burke (sax); Jordan Murray (trombone) and Paul Williamson (trumpet), along with jazz students from the School.


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