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Giles Easterbrook was a composer, publisher, writer, and entrepreneur whose musical interests and tastes ranged widely. From the early 1970s he worked in most areas of musical life, as concert promoter, composer and artist's representative, theatre-music writer, director and manger, performing and composing competition adjudicator, ensemble director and tour manager, panellist, broadcaster, member of several music support trusts, co-founder of the Chameleon Composers Group, on committees of music organisations including WASBE, and the Redcliffe and Park Lane Group concerts. He died on September 1, 2021, and this CD is released in his memory, on Prima Facie Records, the label he co-founded with Steve Plews in 2005.
Giles Easterbrook was a composer, publisher, writer, and entrepreneur whose musical interests and tastes ranged widely. From the early 1970s he worked in most areas of musical life, as concert promoter, composer and artist's representative, theatre-music writer, director and manger, performing and composing competition adjudicator, ensemble director and tour manager, panellist, broadcaster, member of several music support trusts, co-founder of the Chameleon Composers Group, on committees of music organisations including WASBE, and the Redcliffe and Park Lane Group concerts. He died on September 1, 2021, and this CD is released in his memory, on Prima Facie Records, the label he co-founded with Steve Plews in 2005.
7141148054494

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Format: CD
Label: IMPORTS
Rel. Date: 10/06/2023
UPC: 7141148054494

In Passing: Music By Giles Easterbrook (Uk)
Artist: Gemini Tritium Trio
Format: CD
New: In Print Available to Order $13.99
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DISC: 1

1. Aubade for St. Francis
2. Sad But True
3. 25 Variations
4. In Passing: 1 - in Passing
5. In Passing: 2 - Say Hello
6. In Passing: 3 - How Are You?
7. In Passing: 4 - Look at Me
8. In Passing: 5 - Make Me Real
9. Out of the Purple
10. Clarinet Trio Aus Dem Ersten Grun

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Giles Easterbrook was a composer, publisher, writer, and entrepreneur whose musical interests and tastes ranged widely. From the early 1970s he worked in most areas of musical life, as concert promoter, composer and artist's representative, theatre-music writer, director and manger, performing and composing competition adjudicator, ensemble director and tour manager, panellist, broadcaster, member of several music support trusts, co-founder of the Chameleon Composers Group, on committees of music organisations including WASBE, and the Redcliffe and Park Lane Group concerts. He died on September 1, 2021, and this CD is released in his memory, on Prima Facie Records, the label he co-founded with Steve Plews in 2005.
        
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