Ross Edwards' canoe finally makes landfall

7 December 2017 @11:07 | The Sydney Morning Herald
It was in 2000 that celebrated Australian composer Ross Edwards first metaphorically launched the canoe that inspired Emerald Crossing, a work for piano quartet. And now, more than 17 years later, that elegant canoe has finally reached its destination with the completion of a second, companion movement to Emerald Crossing entitled Sea Star Dances. continue...


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