The South Australian REAL BOOK

The South Australian REAL BOOK has been compiled with a number of objectives
in mind.

Nominally, it serves to archive the work and names of prominent South
Australian jazz musicians over the distant and recent past, ensuring a
preservation and documentation of important compositions together with relevant
details and circumstances (eg places, recordings, players, etc).

It also serves as a source of repertoire for players who wish to study the
work of their peers or to play tribute materials dedicated to them.

Bruce Hancock Editor
Participating Composers and their Compositions (Includes photos and brief biographies of Composers)
John Aué
Blues For Her, Sort of Blue

Don Bond
Blue Dancer, Cobradah

Eric Bryce
Blues Three By Two, Errol's Theme, Jazz Nocturne

Dusty Cox
Jadey Bird, Now That You're Gone

Dave Dallwitz
Billabong, Forget It, Jonquil, Murray Cod, Nocturne for Anna

Ritsuko Dalton
Southern Wind

Mark Ferguson
Bonaira, The Crystal Sea, First Waltz, The Old Cities, Peace, Good Tickle Brain, That Happy Thought, Waiting for D

Julian Ferraretto
The Rose and the Spoon

Bruce Hancock
Blues Three, Chris/Tina, Easy Smile, Four Blues

Ben Hughes
Composition:
Fourteen Days

Bob Jeffery
Afternoon, Winter Samba

Adam Lutley
Composition:
Blues For Daddy

John McDermott
Dooverlackie, Hail Bop

David McEvoy
Cedar, The Last Word, Lunar, Sketch

Ted Nettelbeck
Blue Hue, Canary Yellow Fellow, The Harry Song, I Wish I'd Sent You a Valentine, The Magpie, One Man's Day, Passage of Time, Sadman, Top Floor Windows

Bryce Rohde

Lydia, Millstream, Windows of Arquez, Woolloomooloo

Dave Wee
Janan

How to Order your copy of the South Australian Real Book

CONTACT Adam Page
Coordinator Jazz SA Inc
Elder Conservatorium of Music
University of Adelaide, S.A. 5005

Email: coordinator@jazzsa.org.au
BULK ORDERS available upon application

Acknowledgements

This project has been assisted by the Commonwealth Government through the
Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body.

Thank you to Bruce Hancock, Editor, who has devoted many hours to
provide this excellent platform for musicians to showcase their talents
and work, both locally and nationally.


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Jazz SA Inc gratefully acknowledges the generosity of
Beverley Vaughan, Chair of Wirranendi Inc. (developers of Eco-City Projects).



Published by Jazz SA Inc South Australia,
March 1999. Editor, Bruce T. Hancock