Ann and Del / by Ann Carr-Boyd. The long suffering of Anna Magdalena Bach / by Jon Rose.
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|Ann and Del (2004) for flute with piano||Ann Carr-Boyd|
|Long suffering of Anna Magdalena Bach for electroacoustic||Jon Rose|
Duration: 65 min.
Acoustic artwork broadcast on ABC Radio National's Sunday Night program, 30 May 2004. CD also includes a reading of the short story of the week.
Non-commercial recording. For study purposes only.
Summary: 'Ann and Del': A compact three-minute musical feature from the Earclips collection, 'Passing Through'. It marks the beginning of composer Ann Carr-Boyd's association with Del Throsby, a direct descendant of Charles and Betsy Throsby, who built a beautiful Georgian mansion on their colonial estate in the Southern Highlands district of NSW in the 1830s. Ann, a specialist in early Australian music, plays La Bong Bong Quadrille on the harpsichord and Del, now aged 73, reflects on her ancestors and their legacy.
Summary: 'The long suffering of Anna Magdalena Bach': A broadcast to complement the Bach 2000 program at the Melbourne Festival. A radiophonic work which takes us into the eyes, ears, nose and thoughts of Bach's second wife, the talented singer Anna Magdalena Bach. Spoken voice of Anna Magdalena: Lucy Bell. Sung voice of Anna Magdalena: Fatima Miranda. Music and performance by Jon Rose. Produced by Sherre DeLys.
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