ePea Productions / Studio

ePea is a very small audio production / studio service

ePea is a project of bassist EP of Canberra Australia

Contact > canbjazz@gmail.com

 

ePea has done hundreds of local live jazz and classical recordings.  They are provided free to performers and only for distribution with their agreement.  You will find them occasionally published on YouTube or otherwise, broadcast on ArtSound FM 92.7 and sometimes released on CDs.

 

Here are some samples >

Youtube Musica da Camera > https://tinyurl.com/tmedcy3

Youtube Tilt Trio > https://tinyurl.com/tu9xwbf

 

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Musica da Camera String Orchestra

Music from Mannheim

 

 

Conductor     Christian Renggli

Soloist         Justin Julian - viola

 

1-3. Sinfonia in G major / Johann Stamitz (6.14)

4-6. Sinfonia in E flat major / Johann Stamitz (7.50)

7-9. Viola concerto in D major / Carl Stamitz (22.50)

10-12. Sinfonie in G major / Franz Xaver Richter (12.13)

13-15. Sinfonia (Overtura) No.1 / Franz Ignaz Beck (8.45)

16-18. Orchestral Quartet Op.4 No.1 / Carl Stamitz (14.38)

Total playing time 75.10

 

PLAYERS

Violin: Rosemary Macphail, Heng Lin Yeap, Thea Lau, Ian McKerracher, Christine Davidson, Susan McClelland, Gillian Bailey-Graham, Heather Shelley, Jon Rosalky, Jeustelle Staver, Sarah Bloustein, Diana McGrath

Viola: Paul Whitbread, John Dobson, Heather Powrie

Cello: Helen Larmour, Margaret Kahn, Phil Emerson

Bass: Eric Pozza 

Clarinet: Lis Hoorweg, Jane Russell-Jones

Horn: Angela Liu, Anne-Mari Siiteri

 

Recorded live at St Peter and Paul’s Cathedral, Goulburn NSW, 5 Nov 2017

Recorded by Eric Pozza  canberrajazz.net

Mastered by Kimmo Vennonen  kvp.net.au

Musica da Camera group portrait by Steven Shaw

Cover photo of SchlossEhrenhof (Mannheim Palace, now Mannheim University) by Hubert Berberich (HubiB)

(Own work) CC by 3.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0) via Wikimedia Commons

©2018  Musica da Camera  musicadacamera.org.au    MdC-001

 

CD available for purchase from > canbjazz@gmail.com

 

Listen at various streaming sites including >

YouTube  >  https://tinyurl.com/sv7t2tg

Spotify  >  https://tinyurl.com/srcx6do

 

 

 

 


 

 

The Pots. It's about time

A mix of electronics, double bass, minimalism and spoken words of despair about climate and more.

 

1. Poet and the gambler (4:38)

2. Bassics op.2 no.1 (2:34)

3. Our time (5:27)

4. Bassics in 5 (2:00)

5. Think it possible (4:28)

6. Tempohomely (0:56)

7. Tubs are thumpin' (3:45)

8. Spaceager (4:55)

9. Dummies (6:04)

 

The Pots is a project of bassist EP of Canberra Australia

 

ePea Productions/Studio                    ePea-001

canbjazz@gmail.com                   ©1 Jan 2020

 

Signed CD available for purchase from > canbjazz@gmail.com

 

Listen at various streaming sites including >

Youtube Music > https://tinyurl.com/y94kp3kf

Spotify > https://tinyurl.com/y7o9bxbv

TripleJ unearthed > https://tinyurl.com/ydyhmrvh

 

 

 


 

The Pots. Going viral

 

Instrumental and spoken word impressions from within the international COVID-19 pandemic of 2020.

 

1. Anticipation (3.47)

2. Determination (3.05)

3. Immoderation (4.02)

4. Disorientation (5.58)

5. Association (5.52)

6. Transformation (4.33)

7. Meditation (1.06)

 

Meditation is a digital rendering of Jesu dulcis memoria, attributed to Tomás Luis de Victoria

 

The Pots is a project of bassist EP of Canberra Australia

Thanks to Tristan and RP for the cover image

 

ePea Productions/Studio                                   ePea-002

canbjazz@gmail.com                                  ©12 Apr 2020

 

Signed CD available for purchase from > canbjazz@gmail.com

 

Listen at various streaming sites including >

Youtube Music > https://tinyurl.com/y94kp3kf

Spotify > https://tinyurl.com/y7o9bxbv

TripleJ unearthed > https://tinyurl.com/ydfq2kvl