New Tunes for July!

Posted on 12 July 2013

Steve Russell Featured Artist. Steve has released two beautiful albums, "When The Light Comes" and "Dark Matters". This month we feature all of the fantastic originals on these albums from one of Australia's most talented pianists.

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Posted on 10 July 2013
The Australian Jazz Real Book is an amazing project by Tim Nikolsky.  It is dedicated to the preservation and distribution of Australian Jazz in both digital and print

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Submission Guidelines for Composers

Posted on 25 June 2013

Excellent! Now that you're reading this page it means you would like to get your tunes into the AJRB. Please follow the steps below so you can be considered. As physical books are mostly static in that it is near impossible to add tunes to them (you couldn't fit any more tunes in the book anyway) I am adding tunes regularly to the AJRB website and delivering them electronically to subscribers. There exists a significant opportunity to document many compositions that didn't make it into the physical book.

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Huge New Tunes For June!

Posted on 06 June 2013

Jamie FieldingFernery Solo Transcription of Brian Brown's Digger's Rest by Jack Earle Bb Instruments and C instruments Joseph Tawardros: Tunes off "Chameleons Of The White Shadow" Coming soon Jeremy RoseThe Blessing Leigh CarriageAll While You Sleep Leigh CarriageCatapult Leigh CarriageRise and Fall Nat BartschAll There Is Nat BartschLet's Go Little Dude Nat BartschMissing Pieces Nat BartschTo Sail, To Sing The VampiresAction Reaction The VampiresGarfish The VampiresMelting River The VampiresMother's Dance Robin Blakeman: Blues on the Sonny Side Robin Blakeman: Fantasia Cubana

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Christian McBride Trio Review, Melbourne Recital Centre Sat 1st June

Posted on 03 June 2013

Christian McBride Trio on Friday showed us all how it can, should, and ought to be done. Sure, they all had the chops. But their performance wasn't only just a display of technical virtuosity. McBride engendered a positivity in the ensemble, and his young charges Christian Sands on piano and Ulysses Owens Jr on drums obliged accordingly, each giving their all. Their clear enjoyment of being in Melbourne was apparent, the love on the bandstand was tangible, respect was given where it was due, and they had fun doing it.

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