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Debut Album



"... a convincing keyboard athlete with a capacity to generate enormous volumes of sound, negotiating hazardous terrain with ease, leaving little doubt of her skills in coping with ferociously demanding works."

The West Australian newspaper




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The CD was conceived in 2001 as a conglomerate showcase of the talents of brilliant Ukranian pianist Anna Sleptsova performing the classical works of Sergei Rachmaninov, Mikhail Glinka, Sergei Prokoviev and Alexander Scriabin.


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The CD was recorded at the Perth Concert Hall in May 2001 under the production of Andrew Bolt. The sound engineer was James Hewgill.

The total CD duration is one hour and 15 minutes, comprising 36 minutes of Sergei Rachmaninov, 4 minutes of Mikhail Glinka, 30 minutes of Sergei Prokofiev and 3 minutes of Alexander Scriabin.


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Barbara Jane Gilby

Violinist Barbara Jane Gilby is a lecturer in violin at the Canberra School of Music, from which she graduated 25 years ago. Since then, Barbara has studied at Boston University in America, played in orchestras in Iceland, Germany and Tasmania, and has participated in numerous chamber ensembles, youth education programs and other musical events. Her recordings for ABC Classics include the Richard Mills Strong Concerts and three CDs by the Tasmanian Symphony Chamber Players, on which Barbara appears as leader and soloist. Barbara has performed her adventurous yet precise violin style on many other recordings.

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Roger Smalley

Roger Smalley studied piano and composition at the Royal College of Music, London, and with Alexander Goehr and Karlheinz Stockhausen. Before coming to Australia in 1976 he worked in England as a composer, pianist and founder member of live-electronic group Intermodulation. Roger's works are performed worldwide. He is now Professor of Music at the University of Western Australia. In 1991 he was elected a Fellow of the Australian Academy of the Humanities and in 1994 was awarded the Australia Council's prestigious Don Banks Fellowship "in recognition of his distinguished contribution to Australian music".



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