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Simone De Haan

This is a stub entry only — it provides links to other resources by and about Simone De Haan held in our catalogue.

Random Audio Sample: Major C : trombone by Simone De Haan, from the CD Anthology of Australian music

Articles by and about Simone De Haan

Some Musical and Sociological Aspects of Australian Experimental Music by Warren Burt

Experimental music has played a huge role in shaping the history of Australian new music. Warren Burt’s comprehensive overview of Australian experimental music from 1963 to 1993 provides enormous insight into the aesthetics, problems and political climate of this time...

Works by Simone De Haan

Simone De Haan is not an Australian Music Centre represented artist, however the following works can be found in our collection:

Major C by Simone De Haan

Autumn collage by Simone De Haan

Kicking as art form by Simone De Haan

Improvisation trio by Jeff Pressing, Simone De Haan and Graeme Leak

Improvisation by Greg Schiemer and Simone De Haan

World premieres given by Simone De Haan

Calabrian dances I : for trombone, marimba & 'cello by Raffæle Marcellino— 15 Sep 95 (Tasmanian Conservatorium of Music, Hobart)

Harmony in concord : for trombone, marimba/vibraphone, percussion and electronic tape by Carl Vine— 24 Apr 92 (Old Melbourne Gaol)

Red letter days : Cycles 6-a by Lawrence Whiffin— Jun 88 (North Melbourne Town Hall)

Confessions to my dogs : mezzo-soprano voice with chamber ensemble by Moya Henderson— 15 May 87 (Playwrights Conference, Arts Centre, ANU, Canberra)

Love song : for trombone and tape by Carl Vine— 29 Nov 86 (Astra Chamber Music Society, Victorian State Library)

Fulgur arbor : for tenor trombone by Michael Lonsdale— 19 Sep 86 (N.S.W. State Conservatorium of Music, Sydney)

Gallipoli sunrise : for solo tenor trombone and seven other trombones by Vincent Plush— 14 Oct 84 (I.S.C.M. recital in the Recording Hall of the Sydney Opera House)

Occasional poetry : for trombone and piano by Carl Vine— Nov 79 (Mill Theatre, Geelong)