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Iron in the Blood

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Page added Aug 5, 2016 Updated Aug 12, 2016

Sydney reeds player and composer Jeremy Rose has taken inspiration from Robert Hughes' epic text 'The Fatal Shore.' Hear his new project.

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Jeremy Rose's 'Earshift Orchestra' brings together music and spoken word in a unique setting on this new recording, titled Iron in the Blood. It's inspired by Robert Hughes' 'The Fatal Shore' - a historical retelling of Australia's early colonial settlers. Jeremy joins us on this episode to tell us about the project, and we'll hear the recording in full. It's also out now on ABC Music.

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Aug 8, 2016. 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Aug 12, 2016. 9:00pm - 10:00pm

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Jeremy Rose is a saxophonist, composer, academic and founding director of record label Earshift Music. He regularly writes and performs with his co-led projects The Strides, The Vampires, The Jeremy Rose Quartet, Compass Sax Quartet, duos with pianists Mike Nock and Jackson Harrison, and his Earshift Orchestra. Jeremy also performs as a sideman in Cameron Undy’s 20th Century Dog, Ensemble...

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