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Tony Way is a director of music at Melbourne’s historic St Francis’ Church. Holding a masters degree in music, he is an organist and choir director as well as a published composer. He has been reviewing classical music for over two decades.
Articles by Tony Way
John Sheppard’s famous meditation on mortality reshaped by Skinner.
A multi-faceted attempt to unravel the mystery of musical genius.
Komitas reworked explores unusual but captivating Armenian sacred music.
Spicer presents a colourful and fragrant musical bouquet of Marian works.
MacMillan plumbs mystical depths with enormous creativity.
A thoughtful but emotionally inconsistent account of Shostakovich’s social commentary.
Howells’ hidden masterpiece is rescued from obscurity.
A wonderful Dvořák compendium worth checking out.
Suzuki’s second account of this masterpiece goes straight to the heart.
Parry’s unjustly neglected oratorio sees light of day in a committed recording.
Cleobury’s final Bach recording: a mixed blessing
Don’t miss this outstanding debut from a young Latvian composer.