M4Music promotes the music of Australian composers. The catalogue features sacred choral works accompanied by orchestra or keyboard as well as a wide variety of instrumental works for schools and professionals. Solo vocal works are provided with keyboard and guitar accompaniment. Sample audios of all works enables easy selection.

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    • Standard folios are provided as a specific set, postage is calculated based on total weight.
    • If you need a variation to a listed folio set, please contact M4Music to request a quote.
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Orchestral samples used in these recordings are from the Garritan Personal Orchestra 4 Library, and artwork used for by M4Music for logo and covers feature original works by Renee Treml, Ross Franks, Cathy Manuel, Judi Docen, and Ben Hartnett.


Marilyn Terlich A.Mus.A / T.Mus.A (Flute)

FlutingMarilyn Terlich grew up in Wollongong, south of Sydney in Australia. She studied flute with Peter Richardson at the Sydney Conservatorium and piano with James Powell. As a school teacher she was posted to outback New South Wales where she taught in a primary school and later at School of the Air, as well ad teaching the Flute privately and in local schools. Conducting the Combined Schools Orchestra and a flute ensemble she wrote and arranged for various standards of players and this helped to develop her instrumental composing skills.

Since moving to Brisbane she has conducted Masterclasses, adjudicated at Eisteddfods, been President of the Music Teachers Association of Queensland, Secretary of the Queensland Youth Orchestras, and was on the Advisory Board for the Australian Music Examinations Board. Locally she conducting the Community Choir and Orchestra, as well as teaching Flute in schools and privately. As Director of Music at St.Mark’s at The Gap, in 1996 she wrote her first cantata for choir and orchestra and continues to expand the repertoire.

Recently she was asked to write for a beginner string orchestra, the brief was for a work consisting of crotchet notes and rests on only open strings. She was heard to say “Anyone can write a symphony, but this is musical Haiku!” With a full palette of sounds and tools at her disposal, we can expect many more original works for all abilities and instruments.

Noelle Toussaint (1952 – 2017)

Noelle’s musical talent was obvious at an early age and her involvement in the performing arts has been a life-long commitment. While in the United Kingdom as an exchange teacher and working as Head of Music in a Welsh Secondary school, Noelle was commissioned to write music for a BBC documentary and a popular Welsh artist. The welsh choir she conducted toured Ireland and Wales and won the open section of both the National and International Eisteddfods.

Her talent was recognised internationally when her work was performed at the Edinburgh Festival.

In Australia, she accepted further commissions and composed, directed and recorded music for choirs, instrumental works, children’s opera, also writing 5 contemporary musicals.

In her teaching career spanning 26 years, Noelle relished teaching children with disabilities as well as gifted students. She used her creativity to encourage all to reach their potential and endeavouring to provide them with rich and rewarding experiences in music. She directed and conducted 8 prize-winning choirs in various Queensland eisteddfods as well as arranging music for 9 high school rock bands who also toured widely.

The works included on m4music span a wide variety of styles and represent a creative, positive life determined to challenge and inspire.