APRA Music Awards of 2005

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The Australasian Performing Right Association Awards of 2005 (generally known as APRA Awards) are a series of awards which include the APRA Music Awards, Classical Music Awards, and Screen Music Awards. The APRA Music Awards ceremony occurred on 30 May at the Sydney Four Seasons Hotel, they were presented by APRA and the Australasian Mechanical Copyright Owners Society (AMCOS).[1][2][3] The Classical Music Awards were distributed in July in Sydney and are sponsored by APRA and the Australian Music Centre (AMC).[4] The Screen Music Awards were issued in November by APRA and Australian Guild of Screen Composers (AGSC).[5]

Awards[edit]

Nominees and winners with results indicated on the right.

APRA Music Awards[edit]

Song of the Year

Title Artist Writer Result
[6][7]
"From the Sea" Eskimo Joe Finlay Beaton, Stuart MacLeod, Joel Quartermain Nominated
"Look What You've Done" Jet Nicholas Cester Nominated
"Scar" Missy Higgins Missy Higgins, Kevin Griffin Won
"Ten Days" Missy Higgins Missy Higgins, Jay Clifford Nominated
"Young Man Old Man (You Ain't Better Than the Rest)" The Dissociatives Daniel Johns, Paulmac Nominated

Songwriters of the Year

Writer Result
[8]
JetNicholas Cester, Cameron Muncey, Chris Cester Won

APRA Breakthrough Award

Writer Result
[8]
Missy Higgins Won

Ted Albert Award for Outstanding Services to Australian Music

Name Result
[8]
Michael Chugg Won

Most Performed Australian Work

Title Artist Writer Result
[6][8]
"All I Need Is You" Guy Sebastian Guy Sebastian, Adam Reily, Alun Firth Nominated
"Look What You've Done" Jet Nicholas Cester Nominated
"Predictable" Delta Goodrem Delta Goodrem, Kara DioGuardi, Jarrad Rogers Nominated
"So Beautiful" Pete Murray Peter Murray Won
"What About Me (song)" Shannon Noll Garry Frost, Frances Swan Nominated

Most Performed Australian Work Overseas

Title Artist Writer Result
[6][8]
"Are You Gonna Be My Girl" Jet Nicholas Cester, Cameron Muncey Won
"Cold Hard Bitch" Jet Nicholas Cester, Christopher Cester, Cameron Muncey Nominated
"Down Under" Men at Work Colin Hay, Ronald Strykert Nominated
"Love Is in the Air" John Paul Young Harry Vanda, George Young Nominated
"Truly Madly Deeply" Savage Garden Darren Hayes, Daniel Jones Nominated

Most Performed Country Work

Title Artist Writer Result
[6][8]
"Answer to Billy" Slim Dusty John Dohling Nominated
"Factory Man" Troy Cassar-Daley Shane Howard Nominated
"Hollywood" Kasey Chambers Kasey Chambers Nominated
"Like a River" Kasey Chambers Kasey Chambers Won
"Real People" Melinda Schneider Melinda Schneider, Michael Carr Nominated

Most Performed Dance Work

Title Artist Writer Result
[6][8]
"City Rules" Daniel Merriweather Daniel Merriweather Won
"Girls Can Be Cruel" Infusion Manuel Sharrad, Jamie Stevens, Francis Xavier Nominated
"I Am Tha 1" Mr Timothy featuring Inaya Day Tim Dudfield, Inaya Day, Bradford Pinto, Gary Pinto Nominated
"I’ve Got Your Number" Cheyne Cheyne Coates Nominated
"The Nosebleed Section" Hilltop Hoods Barry Francis, Matthew Lambert, Daniel Smith Nominated

Most Performed Foreign Work

Title Artist Writer Result
[6][8]
"Here Without You" 3 Doors Down Bradley Arnold, Robert Harrell, Christopher Henderson, Matthew Roberts Won
"Left Outside Alone" Anastacia Anastacia, Dallas Austin, Glen Ballard Nominated
"The Reason" Hoobastank Daniel Estrin, Douglas Robb, Chris Hesse, Markku Lappalainen Nominated
"She Will" Maroon 5 Adam Levine, James Valentine, Jesse Carmichael, Michael Dusick, Michael Madden Nominated
"This Love" Maroon 5 Adam Levine, James Valentine, Jesse Carmichael, Michael Dusick, Michael Madden Nominated

Most Performed Jazz Work

Title Artist Writer Result
[6][8]
"Christmas Island" Christopher Abrahams Christopher Abrahams Nominated
"Drive By" The Necks Christopher Abrahams, Anthony Buck, Lloyd Swanton Won
"Mighty Fly" Fogg Jeff Raglus, Bruce Haymes Nominated
"Rocket to the Moon" Fogg Jeff Raglus, Bruce Haymes Nominated
"Trip Me Up" Fogg Jeff Raglus, Bruce Haymes Nominated

Classical Music Awards[edit]

Best Composition by an Australian Composer

Title Composer Result
[9][10]
Let the Storm Break Loose! Colin Bright Nominated
Moments of Bliss Brett Dean Won
Song of Songs Andrew Schultz Nominated
String Quartet No. 4 Carl Vine Nominated

Best Performance of an Australian Composition

Title Composer Performer Result
[9][10]
Eclipse Brett Dean Artemis Quartet Nominated
Moments of Bliss Brett Dean Melbourne Symphony Orchestra Nominated
Piano Concerto Nigel Westlake Michael Kieran Harvey Nominated
Concerto for Cello and Orchestra Carl Vine Steven Isserlis, Sydney Symphony Won
String Quartet No. 4 Carl Vine Takács Quartet Nominated

Instrumental Work of the Year

Title Composer Performer Result
[9][10]
Concertino da Camera Peggy Glanville-Hicks Tall Poppies Ensemble Nominated
On Shooting Stars Vincent Plush Tall Poppies Ensemble Nominated
Rash Carl Vine Michael Kieran Harvey Nominated
Six Fish Nigel Westlake Saffire Guitar Quartet Won

Long-Term Contribution to the Advancement of Australian Music

Artist or Organisation Result
[9][10]
Musica Viva Australia Won
Roger Covell Nominated
Sydney Chamber Choir Nominated
Tim Kain Nominated

Orchestral Work of the Year

Title Composer Performer Result
[9][10]
Concerto for Guitar and Strings Ross Edwards Karin Schaupp, Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra, Richard Mills (conductor) Won
Crystal Spheres Nigel Westlake Solarmax film orchestra Nominated
Inflight Entertainment Graeme Koehne Diana Doherty, Sydney Symphony, Takuo Yuasa (conductor) Nominated
Love Me Sweet Carl Vine Diana Doherty, Sinfonia Australis, Mark Summerbell (conductor) Nominated

Outstanding Contribution by an Individual

Individual Work Result
[9][10]
Lyn Carr 2004 Keys Competition Nominated
Roland Peelman Nominated
Vincent Plush Voices program – Brisbane Writers Festival Won

Outstanding Contribution by an Organisation

Organisation Work Result
[9][10]
Brisbane Writers Festival Brisbane Writers Festival 2004 Nominated
MLC School, Burwood Music Department Nominated
Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra Australian Music Program 2004 Won

Outstanding Contribution to Australian Music in Education

Organisation Work Result
[9][10]
Musica Viva in Schools Nominated
Sydney Symphony 2004 Education Program Nominated
Tony Gould Nominated
West Australian Symphony Orchestra, Education Chamber Orchestra (WASO EChO) The Dischord Hunter Won

Outstanding Contribution to Australian Music in a Regional Area

Organisation Work Result
[9][10]
Border Music Camp 2004 activities Won
Hunter Singers 2004 activities Nominated
Northern Rivers Performing Arts (NORPA) 2004 activities Nominated

Vocal or Choral Work of the Year

Title Composer Performer Result
[9][10]
De Profundis Nicholas Routley Sydney Chamber Choir Nominated
"Lost in the Heavenly Light" Tony Backhouse Café of the Gate of Salvation Nominated
Omaggio alla Pieta Mary Finsterer The Song Company Nominated
Tales of the Supernatural Andrew Ford Australian String Quartet, Jane Edwards Won

Screen Music Awards[edit]

Feature Film Score of the Year

Title Composer Result
[11][12]
Somersault Kenny Davis Jnr, Ben Ely, Matthew Fitzgerald, Peter Kelly, Lenka Kripac, Tom Schutzinger Won
The Crop Chris Neal, Braedy Neal Nominated
The Extra Roger Mason Nominated
Three Dollars Alan John Nominated

Best Music for an Advertisement

Title Composer Result
[11][12]
A.R.U. – "Butterflies" Christopher Elves Won
Audi A6 Rafael May Nominated
Canon (company)Digic Hylton Mowday Nominated
Visa – "Monkeys" Bruce Heald Nominated

Best Music for Children's Television

Title Composer Result
[11][12]
Foreign Exchange – "Episode 1" Chris Neal, Braedy Neal Won
Parallax Keith Van Geyzel, Tim Count Nominated
The Eggs – "Episode 19" Anthony Byrne, Brendan Byrne, Scott Kingman Nominated
Tracey McBean - "Galaxy Blazers" Nerida Tyson-Chew Nominated

Best Music for a Documentary

Title Composer Result
[11][12]
Butterfly Man Jessica Wells Nominated
Girl in a Mirror Greg J Walker Nominated
Sex, Drugs & String Quartets Carla Thackrah Won
Switch in the Night Biddy Conner Nominated

Best Music for a Mini-Series or Telemovie

Title Composer Result
[11][12]
Hell Has Harbour Views Nigel Westlake Won
The Alice David Bridie Nominated
The Brush-Off Cezary Skubiszewski Nominated
Through My Eyes Mark Seymor, Cameron McKenzie Nominated

Best Music for a Short Film

Title Composer Result
[11][12]
Incarnation Jessica Wells Nominated
The Mysterious Geographic Explorations of Jasper Morello Bruce Rowland Won
The Saviour Jessica Wells Nominated
The Writer Ricky Edwards Nominated

Best Music for a Television Series or Serial

Series or Serial Episode title Composer Result
[11][12]
All Saints Episode 317: "Divide and Conquer" Matteo Zingales Nominated
Love My Way Stephen Rae Won
Outback House "Episode 1" Art Phillips Nominated
The Art of War Paul Grabowsky Nominated

Best Original Song Composed for a Feature Film, Telemovie, TV Series or Mini-Series

Song title Work Composer Result
[11][12]
"Making Music" Chris Harriott, Leone Carey Nominated
"Pitjantjara" The Alice David Bridie, Frank Yamma Won
"Yeah, Yeah, we're the Eggs" The Eggs Tony Byrne, Brendan Byrne Nominated

Best Soundtrack Album

Title Composer Result
[11][12]
Anacondas: The Hunt for the Blood Orchid Nerida Tyson-Chew Nominated
The Extra Roger Mason Won
The Illustrated Family Doctor Thomas Ellard Nominated
Undead - The Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Cliff Bradley Nominated

Best Television Theme

Title Composer Result
[11][12]
Catalyst David Chapman Nominated
Colour of War - The Anzacs Neil Sutherland Won
Missing Elliot Wheeler Nominated
The Memphis Trousers Half Hour Paul Healy Nominated

International Achievement Award

Artist Result
[11][12]
Bruce Rowland Won

Most Performed Screen Composer - Australia

Composer Result
[11][12]
Brenton White Nominated
Chris Harriott Nominated
Neil Sutherland Won
Tim Count, Keith Van Geyzel Nominated

Most Performed Screen Composer - Overseas

Composer Result
[11][12]
Chris Pettifer Nominated
Garry McDonald, Laurie Stone Won
Les Gock Nominated
Mark Rivett Nominated

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Missy Higgins wins APRA honours". Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC). 31 May 2005. Retrieved 14 May 2010. 
  2. ^ "APRA History". Australasian Performing Right Association (APRA). Retrieved 14 May 2010. 
  3. ^ "2005 APRA Award winners announced" (Portable Document Format (PDF)). Australasian Performing Right Association. 31 May 2005. Retrieved 16 May 2010. 
  4. ^ "Classical Awards". Australasian Performing Right Association (APRA). Archived from the original on 25 May 2010. Retrieved 14 May 2010. 
  5. ^ "Screen Awards". Australasian Performing Right Association (APRA). Archived from the original on 25 May 2010. Retrieved 14 May 2010. 
  6. ^ a b c d e f g "Nominations 2005". Australasian Performing Right Association (APRA). Retrieved 14 May 2010. 
  7. ^ "Previous Winners Song of the Year". Australasian Performing Right Association (APRA). Retrieved 14 May 2010. 
  8. ^ a b c d e f g h i "2005 Winners - APRA Music Awards". Australasian Performing Right Association (APRA). Retrieved 16 May 2010. 
  9. ^ a b c d e f g h i j "2005 Winners - Classical Music Awards". Australasian Performing Right Association (APRA). Retrieved 16 May 2010. 
  10. ^ a b c d e f g h i j "2005 Finalists - Classical Music Awards". Australasian Performing Right Association (APRA). Retrieved 16 May 2010. 
  11. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m "2005 Winners - Screen Music Awards". Australasian Performing Right Association (APRA). Retrieved 16 May 2010. 
  12. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m "2005 Nominations - Screen Music Awards". Australasian Performing Right Association (APRA). Retrieved 16 May 2010. 

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