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Bruce Rowland Collection: Vol. 1
Artist: Bruce Rowland
Format: CD


Rel. Date: 08/25/2023
UPC: 712187488433

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1. The Man From Snowy River (Concert Suite)
2. April
3. Hero To A Nation (From "Phar Lap")
4. Jessica's Theme - Solo Piano (From "The Man From Snowy River")
5. Cattle Drive
6. The Mysterious Geographic Explorations Of Jasper Morello (From "The Mysterious Geographic Explorations Of Jasper Morello")
7. Bringing In The Brumbies (From "The Man From Snowy River")
8. It Doesn't Have To Be Forever
9. The Old Sea Captain (From "All The Rivers Run")
10. Grandma's Theme (From "Flash")
11. Taming Paint (From "Ponderosa")
12. By The Fireside (From "Return To Snowy River")
13. Jessica's Sonata No. 2 (From "Return To Snowy River")
14. Seal Ballet (From "Andre")
15. Jessie Has A Cry (From "Now And Forever")
16. Rush To Perth (From "The Cup")
17. Leaving (From "Zeus And Roxanne")
18. Let Nature Take It's Course (From "Andre")
19. Setting Out (From "Ponderosa")
20. Damien's Dilemma (From "The Cup")
21. Back To The Mountains (From "Return To Snowy River")

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BSX Records is proud to present The Bruce Rowland Collection: Volume 1. Australian composer Bruce Rowland's music is noted for it's expansive orchestral melodies and use of solo piano as a primary instrument in the orchestra. Rowland is a self-taught musician who spent many years as a songwriter and creator of commercial jingles before the opportunity arose to score films. His first film score, for 1982's The Man From Snowy River, was a huge success and Rowland quickly became one of his country's most celebrated film composers. The music on this collection comes from recently recorded tracks arranged and conducted by the composer, who also played the piano solos.

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