Gareth Farr - Te Papa album
Title: Te Papa
Date of release: 1998
Size MP3: 1234 mb
Size FLAC: 1995 mb
Format: MOD AIFF AU MP3 AAC RA MP2
By Gareth Farr, Kenneth Young. 1. Ruaumoko: I. Te Ngahuru (Autumn) - New Zealand Symphony Orchestra, 5:350:30. 2. Ruaumoko: Te Ru Tuatahi (First Earthquake) - New Zealand Symphony Orchestra, 1:080:30. 3. Ruaumoko: II. Te Takurua (Winter) - New Zealand Symphony Orchestra, 6:090:30. 4. Ruaumoko: Te Ru Tuarua (Second Earthquake) - New Zealand Symphony Orchestra, 0:580:30. 5. Ruaumoko: III. Te Koanga (Spring) - New Zealand Symphony Orchestra, 6:370:30. 6. Ruaumoko: Te Ru Tuatoru (Third Earthquake) - New Zealand Symphony Orchestra, 1:130:30.
Gary Anthony Farr (19 October 1944 – 29 July 1994) was a British folk/blues singer best known as the founder and lead vocalist of the T-Bones, a British rhythm and blues band active primarily in the early to mid-1960s. After the break-up of the T-Bones, Farr pursued a solo career that resulted in three studio albums and a handful of singles, none of which were commercially well received.
Gareth Vincent Farr, ONZM (born 29 February 1968) is a New Zealand composer and percussionist. He has released a number of classical CDs and composed a number of works performed by the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra (NZSO) and Royal New Zealand Ballet. He has also performed in drag under the name Lilith LaCroix in a show called Drumdrag and has also released a CD under that name. Farr also wrote an orchestral piece Te Papa for the opening of Te Papa, the National Museum of New Zealand, in 1998. In 2000, the NZSO performed his percussion concerto Hikoi with Evelyn Glennie at the Sydney Olympics
Wellington, New Zealand.
Te Ru Tuatahi (First Earthquake).
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Conductor – Kenneth YoungMezzo-soprano Vocals – Virginia-Marie StackOrchestra – The New Zealand Symphony OrchestraTenor Vocals – Simon O'NeillVoice – Mere Boynton
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- Barcode: 9419465020262