This is a stub entry only — it provides links to other resources by and about Flederman held in our catalogue.
Articles by and about Flederman
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 commissioned by Flederman
CDs, Books and Kits featuring Flederman
World premieres given by Flederman
Empty sky, Mootwingee (septets: flute, trombone, 2 percussion, 2 pianos, cello) by David Lumsdaine— 21 Sep 86 (Broadwalk Studio, Sydney Opera House.)
Spherics, op. 21 (sextets: flute, trombone, percussion, piano, organ, cello) by Andrew Schultz— 19 May 85 (Studio 229 (Boardwalk), Sydney Opera House)
Suite from Hate (quintets: horn, trombone, percussion, 2 pianos) by Carl Vine— Jul 82 (Opera Hall, Sydney Opera House)
Images (sextets: flute, trombone, percussion, piano, harpsichord, cello) by Carl Vine— Apr 81 (J.P.A, Sydney Conservatorium)