APRA Music Awards of 2012

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APRA Music Awards of 2012
Date 28 May 2012 (2012-05-28)
Location Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre
Host Missy Higgins, Jonathan Biggins
Official website apra-amcos.com.au/2012APRAMusicAwards/index.html
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The Australasian Performing Right Association Awards of 2012 (generally known as APRA Awards) are a series of related awards which include the APRA Music Awards, Art Music Awards, and Screen Music Awards. The APRA Music Awards of 2012 was the 29th annual ceremony by the Australasian Performing Right Association (APRA) and the Australasian Mechanical Copyright Owners Society (AMCOS) to award outstanding achievements in contemporary songwriting, composing and publishing.[1] The ceremony was held on 28 May 2012 at the Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre. The Art Music Awards were introduced in 2011 to replace the Classical Music Awards (last held in 2009) and were distributed on 3 April at the Sydney Opera House. They are sponsored by APRA and the Australian Music Centre (AMC) to "recognise achievement in the composition, performance, education and presentation of Australian music".[2] The Screen Music Awards were issued on 19 November by APRA and Australian Guild of Screen Composers (AGSC), which "acknowledges excellence and innovation in the genre of screen composition".[3]

At the 2012 ceremony, Gotye (aka Wally de Backer) won three APRA Music Awards: Songwriter of the Year, Song of the Year and Most Played Australian Work.

On 2 May nominations for the APRA Music Awards were announced on multiple news sources, with Lanie Lane being the most nominated artist.[4][5] Hosts for the 2012 APRA Music Awards were Missy Higgins and Jonathan Biggins. A total of 12 awards were presented.[6] Sydney-based talent agent, Mary Lopez, was honoured with the Ted Albert Award for Outstanding Services to Australian Music.[7][8] Gotye (aka Wally de Backer) received the most awards, winning Songwriter of the Year, Song of the Year and Most Played Australian Work.[9] The APRA Music Awards ceremony is due to be broadcast on the MAX network on 12 June 2012.[8]

Presenters[edit]

At the APRA Music Awards, aside from the hosts, Missy Higgins and Jonathan Biggins, the presenters were Yusuf Islam, Felicity Urquhart, Philip Mortlock and New South Wales Premier, Barry O'Farrell.[7][10]

Performances[edit]

The APRA Music Awards ceremony showcased performances by:[7][10]

APRA Music Awards[edit]

Blues & Roots Work of the Year[edit]

Title and/or artist Writer(s) Publisher(s) Result[6][11]
"Biding My Time" – Busby Marou Thomas Busby, Jeremy Marou Sony, ATV Music Publishing Australia Pty Ltd Won
"Compass" – Saltwater Band Charlie Yunupingu, David Yunupingu Sony, ATV Music Publishing Australia Pty Ltd obo SFM Publishing Nominated
"Falling" – The Waifs Josh Cunningham, Donna Simpson, Vikki Thorn Native Tongue Music Publishing Pty Ltd Nominated
"(Oh Well) That's What You Get (Falling in Love with a Cowboy)" – Lanie Lane Lanie Lane Ivy League Music administered by Mushroom Music Pty Ltd Nominated
"What Do I Do" – Lanie Lane Lanie Lane Ivy League Music administered by Mushroom Music Pty Ltd Nominated

Breakthrough Songwriter of the Year[edit]

Title and/or artist Writer(s) Publisher(s) Result[6][12]
"Sing It (The Life of Riley)" – Drapht Daniel Rankine, Paul Ridge (aka Drapht) Sony, ATV Music Publishing Australia Pty Ltd obo Blue Max Music Publishing, Kobalt Music Publishing Australia Pty Ltd Nominated
Boy & Bear Killian Gavin, Jonathon Hart, Timothy Hart, David Hosking, Jacob Tarasenko Mushroom Music Won
Kimbra Kimbra (aka Kimbra Johnson) Warner/Chappell Music Australia Pty Ltd obo WB Music Corp Nominated
Lanie Lane Lanie Lane Ivy League Music administered by Mushroom Music Pty Ltd Nominated
Matt Corby Matt Corby Mushroom Music Pty Ltd obo Rocky Lane Music LLP Nominated

Country Work of the Year[edit]

Title and/or artist Writer(s) Publisher(s) Result[6][13]
"Bad Machines" – Shane Nicholson Shane Nicholson Mushroom Music Pty Ltd Nominated
"Beautiful Mess" – Kasey Chambers Kasey Chambers Mushroom Music Pty Ltd Nominated
"Famous Last Words" – Shane Nicholson Shane Nicholson Mushroom Music Pty Ltd Won
"Meant to Be" – O'Shea Kim Carnes, Mark O’Shea, Jay Smith Warner, Chappell Music Australia Pty Ltd, J Albert and Son Pty Ltd Nominated
"Serves You Right" – Jetty Road Lee Bowman, Paula Bowman, Chris Burke-Gaffney, Keith MacPherson, Alexander Ross, Julian Sammut N/A Nominated

Dance Work of the Year[edit]

Title and/or artist Writer(s) Publisher(s) Result[6][14]
"Finally See Our Way" – Art vs. Science James Finn, Daniel McNamee, Daniel Williams Kobalt Music Publishing Australia Pty Ltd Nominated
"From the Music" – The Potbelleez David Greene, Ilan Kidron, Marisa Lock, Jonathan Murphy, Justin Shave Universal Music Publishing Pty Ltd obo MCDJ Music, Universal Music Publishing Pty Ltd Won
"Sunlight" – Bag Raiders Daniel Black, Jack Glass, Christopher Stracey Sony, ATV Music Publishing Australia Pty Ltd, Universal Music Publishing Pty Ltd Nominated
"Titanium" – David Guetta featuring Sia Sia Furler (aka Sia), David Guetta, Giorgio Tuinfort, Nick Van De Wall EMI Music Publishing Australia Pty Ltd, J Albert and Son Pty Ltd, Sony, ATV Music Publishing Australia Pty Ltd, Mushroom Music Pty Ltd Nominated
"We Run the Night" – Havana Brown Cassie Davis, Sean Mullins (aka Snob Scrilla or Sean Ray) Universal Music Publishing Pty Ltd Nominated

International Work of the Year[edit]

Title and/or artist Writer(s) Publisher(s) Result[6][15]
"Animal" – Neon Trees Christopher Allen, Branden Campbell, Elaine Doty, Tyler Glenn, Timothy Pagnotta Mushroom Music Pty Ltd Nominated
"Moves Like Jagger" – Maroon 5 featuring Christina Aguilera Adam Levine, Benjamin Levin, Ammar Malik, Johan Schuster Universal Music Publishing MGB Australia Pty Ltd, Kobalt Music Publishing Australia Pty Ltd Nominated
"Party Rock Anthem" – LMFAO Skyler Gordy, Stefan Gordy, David Listenbee, Peter Schroeder Kobalt Music Publishing Australia Pty Ltd Won
"Price Tag" – Jessie J featuring B.o.B Jessie J, Lukasz Gottwald (aka Dr. Luke), Claude Kelly, B.o.B Sony, ATV Music Publishing Australia Pty Ltd, Kobalt Music Publishing Australia Pty Ltd, Warner, Chappell Music Australia Pty Ltd, Universal/MCA Music Publishing Pty Ltd Nominated
"Rolling in the Deep" – Adele Adele Adkins (aka Adele), Paul Epworth Universal Music Publishing Pty Ltd, EMI Music Publishing Australia Pty Ltd Nominated

Most Played Australian Work[edit]

Title and/or artist Writer(s) Publisher(s) Result[6][16]
"From the Music" – The Potbelleez David Greene, Ilan Kidron, Marisa Lock, Jonathan Murphy, Justin Shave Universal Music Publishing Pty Ltd obo MCDJ Music, Universal Music Publishing Pty Ltd Nominated
"Own This Club" – Marvin Priest Antonio Egizii, David Musumeci, Marvin Priest EMI Music Publishing Australia Pty Ltd, Universal Music Publishing Pty Ltd Nominated
"She’s Like a Comet" – Jebediah Christopher Daymond, Brett Mitchell, Kevin Mitchell (aka Bob Evans), Vanessa Thornton Sony, ATV Music Publishing Australia Pty Ltd Nominated
"Somebody That I Used to Know" – Gotye featuring Kimbra Wally de Backer (aka Gotye), Luiz Bonfá J Albert and Son Pty Ltd, Warner, Chappell Music Australia Pty Ltd Won
"Wild at Heart" – Birds of Tokyo Anthony Jackson, Ian Kenny, Adam Spark, Adam Weston Mushroom Music Pty Ltd Nominated

Rock Work of the Year[edit]

Title and/or artist Writer(s) Publisher(s) Result[6][17]
"Heartbreak Made Me a Killer" – Short Stack Shaun Diviney Sunday Morning Music administered by Mushroom Music Publishing Pty Ltd Nominated
"Love Is a Drug" – Eskimo Joe Stuart MacLeod, Joel Quartermain, Kav Temperley Mushroom Music Pty Ltd Nominated
"She’s Like a Comet" – Jebediah Christopher Daymond, Brett Mitchell, Kevin Mitchell, Vanessa Thornton Sony, ATV Music Publishing Australia Pty Ltd Nominated
"Switch Me On" – Shannon Noll Benji Madden, Joel Madden, Shannon Noll, Lindsay Rimes EMI Music Publishing Australia Pty Ltd Nominated
"Wild at Heart" – Birds of Tokyo Anthony Jackson, Ian Kenny, Adam Spark, Adam Weston Mushroom Music Pty Ltd Won

Song of the Year[edit]

Title and/or artist Writer(s) Publisher(s) Result[6][18]
"Brother" – Matt Corby Matt Corby Mushroom Music Pty Ltd obo Rocky Lane Music LLP Nominated
"Cameo Lover" – Kimbra Kimbra Johnson Warner, Chappell Music Australia Pty Ltd obo WB Music Corp Nominated
"(Oh Well) That's What You Get (Falling in Love with a Cowboy)" – Lanie Lane Lanie Lane Ivy League Music administered by Mushroom Music Pty Ltd Nominated
"Somebody That I Used to Know" – Gotye featuring Kimbra Wally de Backer, Luiz Bonfá J Albert and Son Pty Ltd, Warner, Chappell Music Australia Pty Ltd Won
"You Should Consider Having Sex With A Bearded Man" – The Beards Joel McMillan N/A Nominated

Urban Work of the Year[edit]

Title and/or artist Writer(s) Publisher(s) Result[6][19]
"Own This Club" – Marvin Priest Antonio Egizii, David Musumeci, Marvin Priest EMI Music Publishing Australia Pty Ltd, Universal Music Publishing Pty Ltd Won
"Reflections" – Bliss n Eso Noam Dishon, Max MacKinnon, Jonathan Notley Mushroom Music Pty Ltd Nominated
"Simple Man" – Diafrix featuring Daniel Merriweather Khaled Abdulwahab, Kaelyn Behr, Glen Christiansen, Mohamed Komba, Daniel Merriweather Mushroom Music Pty Ltd, Sony,ATV Music Publishing Australia Pty Ltd, Universal Music Publishing Pty Ltd obo Marlin Publishing Pty Ltd Nominated
"Sing It (The Life of Riley)" – Drapht Daniel Rankine, Paul Ridge Sony, ATV Music Publishing Australia Pty Ltd obo Blue Max Music Publishing, Kobalt Music Publishing Australia Pty Ltd Nominated
"Throw It Away" – 360 featuring Josh Pyke Kaelyn Behr, Matthew Colwel Sony, ATV Music Publishing Australia Pty Ltd, Universal Music Publishing Pty Ltd Nominated

Most Played Australia Work Overseas[edit]

Title and/or artist Writer(s) Publisher(s) Result[6]
"Highway to Hell" – AC/DC Angus Young, Malcolm Young, Ronald Scott J Albert & Son Won

Songwriter of the Year[edit]

Ted Albert Award for Outstanding Services to Australian Music[edit]

  • Mary Lopez[7]

Art Music Awards[edit]

Work of the Year – Instrumental[edit]

Title Composer Performer Result
[20][21][22]
Flesh and Ghost Anthony Pateras Speak Percussion Nominated
…out of Obscurity Elliott Gyger Zubin Kanga Nominated
Qinoth Paul Stanhope ACO2, Australian Chamber Orchestra's young artists' training ensemble led by Dale Barltrop Nominated
Sextet Brett Dean Australia Ensemble Won

Work of the Year – Jazz[edit]

Title Composer Performer Result
[20][21][23]
Affectations Andrea Keller Bennetts Lane Big Band Won
Dissolve for Two Pianos Tom O'Halloran Tom O'Halloran, Graham Wood Nominated
Unknowness 1 Peter Knight Peter Knight (trumpet and laptop), Adam Simmons (contra bass clarinet), Frank Di Sario (double bass), Erik Griswold (prepared piano), Vanessa Tomlinson (percussion), Joe Talia (drum kit and electronics) Nominated
River Meeting Suite Jeremy Rose Compass Saxophone Quartet plus Bobby Singh and Sarangan Sriranganthan Nominated

Work of the Year – Orchestral[edit]

Title Composer Performer Result
[20][21][24]
Gardener of Time Barry Conyngham Melbourne Symphony Orchestra Nominated
Missa Solis – Requiem for Eli Nigel Westlake; text: John Weiley, Hannie Rayson & Michael Cathcart Sydney Symphony Orchestra, Nigel Westlake (conductor) Won
Spirit Ground Ross Edwards West Australian Symphony Orchestra, Margaret Blades (soloist) Nominated
The Shining Island Peter Sculthorpe Nominated

Work of the Year – Vocal or Choral[edit]

Title Composer / librettist Performer Result
[20][21][25]
Blackwood Iain Grandage Sara Macliver (soprano), Allan Meyer (clarinet), Graeme Gilling (piano) Nominated
Osanna Mass Clare Maclean Sydney Chamber Choir, Paul Stanhope (conductor) Won
Pomegranate Friends Gerardo Dirie Fusion Vocal Ensemble Nominated
Sacred Kingfisher Psalms Ross Edwards The Song Company Nominated

Performance of the Year[edit]

Title Composer / librettist Performer Result
[20][21][26]
Stille Sprache Andrew Schultz Felicitas Fuchs, Qian Zhou, Bernard Lanskey Nominated
Piano Sonata No 3 Lawrence Whiffin Michael Kieran Harvey Nominated
Missa Solis – Requiem for Eli Nigel Westlake / John Weiley, Hannie Rayson, Michael Cathcart Sydney Symphony Orchestra, Nigel Westlake (conductor) Nominated
Two Memorials for Anton Webern and John Lennon James Ledger West Australian Symphony Orchestra, Paul Daniel (conductor) Won

Award for Excellence by an Organisation or an Individual[edit]

Organisation / individual Work Result
[20][21][27]
Arcko Symphonic Project 2011 Concert Series Nominated
Claire Edwardes Flash: Marimba Miniatures recording project Won
Graeme Morton Services to Australian Music Nominated
Speak Percussion 2011 Annual Program Nominated

Award for Excellence in Music Education[edit]

Organisation / individual Work Result
[20][21][28]
Gondwana Choirs 2011 Program Won
Graeme Morton Contribution to music education through St Peters Chorale Nominated
Kirsty Beilharz Diffuse series of educational concerts in 2011 Nominated
Moorambilla Voices Education strategy in North Western NSW Nominated

Award for Excellence in a Regional Area[edit]

Organisation / individual Work Result
[20][21][29]
Creative Regions The Crushing: A Gothic Opera Nominated
Gondwana Choirs Cairns Residency Project Nominated
Moorambilla Voices Engagement with local community Won
Queensland Music Festival Ailan Kores Nominated

Award for Excellence in Experimental Music[edit]

Organisation / individual Work Result
[20][21][30]
Daniel Blinkhorn 2011 Composition Activities Nominated
Decibel PICA Performance Series Nominated
Madeleine Flynn, Tim Humphrey 2011 activities Won
Super Critical Mass 2011 activities Nominated

Award for Excellence in Jazz[edit]

Organisation / individual Work Result
[20][21][31]
Andrea Keller Contribution to Australian Jazz Nominated
Quentin Angus Composition, performance and international development Won
Tom O'Halloran Piano Perspectives concert performance of Dissolve Nominated
Troy Roberts Compositions Siarus and Oscar and the Shoe Box Nominated

Distinguished Services to Australian Music[edit]

Organisation / individual Result
[20]
Peter Sculthorpe Won

Screen Music Awards[edit]

International Achievement Award[edit]

Organisation / individual Result
[32]
Bruce Beresford Won

Feature Film Score of the Year[edit]

Title Composer Result
[32][33]
Burning Man Lisa Gerrard Won
Needle Jamie Blanks Nominated
Santa's Apprentice Nerida Tyson-Chew Nominated
Storms Surfers 3D Richard Tognetti, Michael Yezerski Nominated

Best Music for an Advertisement[edit]

Title Composer Result
[32][34]
Bundy Rum – "Ain't no Nancy Drink" Andrew Page, Ramesh Sathiah Nominated
Levi's – "Levi's X Korea National Ballet" Rafael May Nominated
Nutrilon – "Hope" Haydn Walker Won
Volkswagen Tiguan – "Cross Country" Elliott Wheeler Nominated

Best Music for Children's Television[edit]

Title Composer Result
[32][35]
AH Henrique Dib Nominated
Gasp! Ryan Grogan, Hylton Mowday Won
Hootabelle Lior Nominated
My PlaceSeason 2: Episode 8 – "Sarah 1798" Roger Mason Nominated

Best Music for a Documentary[edit]

Title Composer Result
[32][36]
Gallipoli from Above Dale Cornelius Nominated
Seduction in the City: The Birth of Shopping Caitlin Yeo Nominated
The Impossible Lens: The True Story of Dr Jim Frazier Russell Thornton Nominated
Tiger Dynasty Brett Aplin Won

Best Music for a Mini-Series or Telemovie[edit]

Title Composer Result
[32][37]
Beaconsfield Stephen Rae Nominated
Dripping in Chocolate Matteo Zingales Nominated
Mabo Antony Partos Won
The Slap Antony Partos Nominated

Best Music for a Short Film[edit]

Title Composer Result
[32][38]
Aurora Christopher Larkin Nominated
Boston Tommy Jonathan Dreyfus Nominated
My Constellation Bruce Heald Nominated
This Dog's Life Roger Mason Won

Best Music for a Television Series or Serial[edit]

Series or Serial Episode title Composer Result
[32][39]
Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries Greg J. Walker Nominated
Who Do You Think You Are? "Vince Colosimo" Ash Gibson Greig Nominated
Wild Boys Michael Lira, David McCormack Nominated
Underbelly: Razor Burkhard Dallwitz Won

Best Original Song Composed for the Screen[edit]

Song title Work Composer Result
[32][40]
"Animula Vagula" Exitus Roma Leah Curtis Nominated
"Hey Hootabelle" Giggle and Hoot Lior Won
"Love Finds a Way" Shopping Will Kuether, Russell Thornton Nominated
"The Goodnight Song" The Disney Channel Kylie Burtland, Chloe Cassidy Nominated

Best Soundtrack Album[edit]

Title Composer Result
[32][41]
Cloudstreet Bryony Marks Nominated
The Slap Michael Lira, Jono Ma, Antony Partos, Irine Vela Won
The Straits David Bridie Nominated
Underbelly: Razor Burkhard Dallwitz Nominated

Best Television Theme[edit]

Title Composer Result
[32][42]
Guess How Much I Love You Ryan Grogan, Hylton Mowday Nominated
Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries Greg J. Walker Nominated
My Sri Lanka with Peter Kuruvita Vicki Hansen Nominated
The Slap Antony Partos Won

Most Performed Screen Composer – Australia[edit]

Composer Result
[32][43]
Adam Gock, Dinesh Wicks Won
Anthony El Ammar Nominated
Jay Stewart Nominated
Neil Sutherland Nominated

Most Performed Screen Composer – Overseas[edit]

Composer Result
[32][44]
Alastair Ford Nominated
David Hirschfelder Nominated
Neil Sutherland Won
Ric Formosa, Ricky Edwards Nominated

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