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I remember a review of a recording of the piano concertos a few years back. This information can't be too difficult to back up, I'll give it a try later... :( ... for starters, a book: The Piano Music of Charles Camilleri (OCLC 25322396 by Michael Bonello, poss. co-authored with the composer, pub. 1990); also Edwige Sapienza; Joe Attard wrote "Charles Camilleri: Portrait of a Composer" (OCLC 20875601, pub. in Malta by Said International in 1988); Christopher Palmer wrote "The Music of Charles Camilleri: an Introduction" in 1975 (OCLC 2813199). His opera Melita (Melito?) has been published (OCLC 30274339); likewise many other works including (according to Worldcat) 205 musical scores (including duplications). A fantasie-sonata for horn and piano, one of his most-recently-published works (2004 OCLC 278188094) has already been recorded ("Etienne Cutajar: Fantasie". Divine Art. 2007. Retrieved 2009-02-09. Unknown parameter
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His recorded concertos include one for organ, strings and percussion recorded by Kevin Bowyer (poss. the organ concerto of 1983 listed?), and the three piano concertos (on Unicorn-Kanchana, in 1994, DKP(CD)9150 (Camilleri, Charles (1994). "Permalink from NY Public Library for Camilleri Piano Concertos on Unicorn Kanchana". Retrieved 2009-02-09. Unknown parameter
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His works also include a string quartet published in 1983 and a brass quintet published in 1987. (According to NYPL catalog, anyway). (Murray McLachlan lists Camilleri among composers in his repertoire ("Murray McLachlan FAQ". Retrieved 2009-02-09.), as do others, but as I've heard very little Camilleri myself, I do not wish to do more than to attempt to keep this article alive until someone who knows more about this can provide more useful information...) Schissel | Sound the Note! 15:12, 9 February 2009 (UTC)
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