For release July 15, 2016.
Purchase at Centrediscs
Featuring Daniel Janke – piano, Paul Bergman – bass, Ken Searcy – drums.
For release April 15, 2016.
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Feature film released February, 2016.
A production of Northern Town Films.
Composed and directed by Daniel Janke.
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A live remix performance of Nel Shipman’s 1923 classic The Grub-Stake.
Five Songs About Being
Listen to a film score demo reel from composer Daniel Janke.
Weather Coming (2012)
For flute, clarinet, piano, percussion, violin, cello
Commissioned by Standing Wave with assistance from the Canada Council for the Arts.
Premiered at Vancouver East Cultural Centre, 2012.
Scores for most works are available at the Canadian Music Centre library
Contemporary dance music for male chorus and solo violin.
Choreographer Yvonne von Mollendorff, Danza Contemporanea, Lima, Peru.
String Quartet No. 2 – River (2011)
Commissioned by the Bozzini String Quartet with assistance from the Canada Council for the Arts.
Premiered February, 2011, Chappelle du Bon Pasteur, Montréal
Score available at the Canadian Music Centre library.
Vernacular No. 1 For Orchestra
A miniature for orchestra. Commissioned by the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra, 2008.
Score available at the Canadian Music Centre score library.
String Quartet No. 1 (2005)
Miniatures For Chamber Orchestra (2004)
Touch (film score – 2001)
To be released as part of a CD collaboration with violinist Mark Fewer, June, 2016 Centrediscs
Featuring Daniel Janke, George Koller, Rick Lazar, Hugh Marsh, Ron Allen, Jon Goldsmith, Ravi Naimpally, Colin Linden, Alan Heatherington, Esmeralda Enrique, Bill Brennan, Blair Mackay.
Also available on iTunes.
CD, 1990 Featuring Holly Cole, Daniel Janke, George Koller, Perry White, Mark Kelso, Rick Lazar, Quammie Williams, Mark Duggan.
Finalist – Casby Award
Debut recording, 1984
Featuring Daniel Janke, Michel Donato, Jean-Pierre Zanella, Jim Hillman
Available on iTunes:
Foreign Policy and the Price of Rice
Listen to a recording of Betty Janke (né Weppler) circa. 1952.