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Mark John McEncroe


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    Symphonic Suite No. 1 "Just Another Medieval Tale": III. Rising Discontent - Janacek Philharmonic Orchestra , Anthony Armoré
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    Daybreak - Yoko Hagino
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    Introspective Moments - John Martin
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    A Rainy Summer's Day - Yoko Hagino
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    The Calling - Yoko Hagino
Mark John McEncroe was born in Sydney on November 15, 1947. A professional chef for most of his working life, in the 1970s Mark also worked in the music Industry as a Label/Repertoire Manager, first with EMI Australia and then EMI Sweden.
Since 2007 Mark McEncroe has been working with Mark J. Saliba on orchestration and composition. Saliba's orchestrations of McEncroe’s works have been recorded in The Czech Republic with The Janáček Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Anthony Armore of Blue Danube Musikimpresario, Vienna. These works have been released on a CD “Affirmations & Aspirations” containing two Symphonic poems “The Passing” and “A Celebration of The Natural World” along with “Fanfare Suite" an orchestral suite in four movements.
Mark McEncroe has recorded two volumes of solo piano works entitled “Reflections And Recollections - Musical images for Piano". Recorded at Trackdown Studios in Sydney, and performed by Australian pianist Helen Kennedy, both volumes have been released on CD. [9] He has released two further CDs comprising collections of symphonic pieces.
In December 2014 Mark McEncroe recorded "Natalie’s Suite - Three Faces of Addiction", a Symphonic Suite for Piano and Orchestra, with The Janáček Philharmonic Orchestra and pianist Helen Kennedy.[10]
In June 2015 Mark McEncroe recorded his seven movement "Symphonic Suite - Just Another Medieval Tale", and its sequel, also a Symphonic Suite, was recorded in Ostrava the Czech Republic in February 2016.


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