Ye Vyalls —  a concert of Australian contemporary and early music for five viols. Joseph Post Auditorium, Sydney Conservatorium of Music, 13 May 1997. An inspiration at the time, which still reverberates down to the present in my own humble efforts. I notice the Sculthorpe is available in this format of five parts from the Australian Music Centre. The AMC also published a score of a short suite by Colin Brumby composed for string students, adaptable for TrTB viols. 


Richard Deering, Pavan and Almain in C (no.4)

Richard Mico, Fantasy 5  and Pavan 4

Ross Edwards, 3 pieces from 10 Little Recorder Duets (1976-82): Raindance, The Dorian Pipes, Mbira

Colin Brumby, Ave Maria / William Byrd, Ave verum corpus

Peter Sculthorpe, Djilile (1995) – Australian premiere

Antonio de Cabezon, Quien llamo al partir, partir?

William White, ‘Diapente’ fantasias 1 and 2

William Bennett, Adagio for strings (1985) – World premiere

Peter Platt, Saraband for Ye Vyalls (1997) – World premiere

Stephen Yates, Ground (1996) – World premiere

Giovanni Coperario, Luci beate et care (C.32)

Treble viols, Patrice Connelly and Meredith Tyler; Tenor viols, Malcolm Lawn and Ted Granlund; Bass viol, Elizabeth Jones.