Tony Gould jazz musician, pianist, composer and educator.is an Australian
Gould's many recordings and performances reveal his harmonic view of music and his love of music from both African-American and European jazz traditions, as well as the classical works of Bach, Mahler, Stravinsky and Messiaen.
- Live Again w/Rob Burke and Tony Gould Quartet JazzHead 2019
- Live at Bennetts Lane w/Rob Burke and Tony Gould Quartet JazzHead 2011
- Home w/Emma Gilmartin - voice. Move Records 2010
- Tony Gould: The Lucky Ones. Move Records 2010
- Here w/Rob Burke - sax. JazzHead 2010
- Is it Spring Yet? w/Imogen Manins – cello, David Jones -perc. HUSH 2009
- Under the Tall Trees w/Imogen Manins – cello, David Jones -perc. ABC Atmospheres, 2008
- In Memoriam two pianos w/David Ward-Steinman Move Records. 2007
- At the End of the Day: A Ramble on Irish Melodies - solo piano, ABC Classics, 2005
- McJad Goes Organic w/Keith Hounslow – trumpet, Move Records, 2003
- Tomorrow, Just You Wait and See w/Emma Gilmartin – voice, Move Records, 2003
- Wide-Eyed w/Rob Burke & quartet, JazzHead, 2003
- Last Will and Testament of John Sangster. Move Records, 2003
- Pianamente w/John Hoffman’s ConArtists, Griffith University, 2002
- Once in a Lyall w/Graeme Lyall & quartet. Now Hear This! 2003
- From Within w/Peter Petrucci – guitar, Move Records, 2002
- River Story w/Peter Petrucci – guitar, Move Records, 2001
- The Tony Gould Quartet. Move Records, 1998
- Chronicle: Orchestral and Film Music of Tony Gould. Move Records, 1998
- A Tin Roof for the Rain. w/quartet, Larrikin Records, 1998
- Unanimity w/Bob Sedergreen, Move Records, 1988
- Lyric w/Ben Robertson – double bass, Steve Heather, Newmarket, 1994
- Horn Destinations w/Richard Runnels – horn, Brachi Tilles – piano, Move Records, 1991
- Spirit of the Rainbow w/Brian Brown – flute/saxophone, Move Records, 1990
- Best of Friends w/various ensembles, Move Records, 1984
- Gould Plays Gould w/John Sangster and orchestra, Move Records, 1979
- Introducing McJad w/Keith Hounslow – trumpet/flugel, Move Records, 1978
- Tony Gould Solo piano, Larrikin Records, 1974
- Essays on Music and Musicians in Australia
- The Art of Musical Improvisation: Thoughts and Ideas
- 2005 – nominated for APRA/Australian Music Centre (AMC) Classical Music Award for "Outstanding Contribution to Australian Music in Education" (2005)
- 2006, Australia Council Music Board Fellowship (2006–2007)
- 2007, Distinguished Artist residency at Arthur Boyd's artist's studios in Bundanon (2007)
- 2007, Order of Australia (AM) (2007)
- Don Banks Award (Australia Council for the Arts)
- 2009, won APRA/AMC Classical Music Awards – Instrumental Work of the Year "The River Meets the Sea" by Imogen Manins, Tony Gould, David Jones from Under the Tall Trees; nominated in same category for Kashmir Remembered by Gould and performed by Gould (piano), Jones (percussion), Manins (cello).
- 2011 Australian Jazz Bell Awards 'Hall of Fame'
- Suite of compositions for Hush (2009)
- Crossroads for clarinet cello and piano (2009)
- Crossing Sonata for Solo Piano (2007)
- Concerto for percussion and orchestra (2007)
- Iluka Suite - for piano, cello & perc & strings (2007)
- Improvisation for piano and string orchestra
- The Subtlety of Time - concerto for sax. and orchestra (1987)
- Chronicle - for violin, viola, piano & chamber orch. (1987)
- Homage to Bach - for jazz piano trio and orchestra (1985)
- 24 pieces for 24 Australian poems (Hey Blue) - small ens. (1986)
- Under Milk Wood - (for narrator and chamber orchestra) (1997)
- Duet (for horn and piano)
- Wind Terrace (for flute choir) (1988)
- Plants in Action for small mixed ensemble (1993)
- Duo for tuba and piano (1980)
- The Oxford Companion to Australian Music
- The New Grove Dictionary of Jazz
- The Oxford Companion to Australian Jazz (also a contributor)
- The Virgin Encyclopedia of Jazz (Colin Larkin)
- The Australian Jazz Explosion (Mike Williams)
- Black Roots White Flowers (Adrian Bisset)
- Compositions for Improvisers (also a contributor) (Jeff Pressing)
- "2005 Winners - Classical Music Awards". Australasian Performing Right Association (APRA) | Australasian Mechanical Copyright Owners Society (AMCOS) | Australian Music Centre (AMC). Retrieved 11 June 2018.
- "2005 Finalists - Classical Music Awards". Australasian Performing Right Association (APRA) | Australasian Mechanical Copyright Owners Society (AMCOS) | Australian Music Centre (AMC). Retrieved 11 June 2018.
- "Winners - Classical Music Awards". Australasian Performing Right Association (APRA) | Australasian Mechanical Copyright Owners Society (AMCOS) | Australian Music Centre (AMC). Archived from the original on 25 March 2010. Retrieved 11 June 2018.
- "2009 Finalists - Classical Music Awards". Australasian Performing Right Association (APRA) | Australasian Mechanical Copyright Owners Society (AMCOS) | Australian Music Centre (AMC). Retrieved 11 June 2018.
- "The Australian Jazz Bell Awards 2011publisher=The Australian Jazz Bell Awards Limited". Retrieved 11 June 2018.