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Anthology of Australian music

CD

Anthology of Australian music : electroacoustic music [CSM 4].

  • Published by Canberra School of Music — 1989 [CSM:4] — 1 CD (56 min.)
  • Sales Availability: This item may be available to purchase from the Australian Music Centre.
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  • Library Availability: CD 45 — Available for loan

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This item may be available to purchase from the Australian Music Centre.
Please contact our Sales Department to confirm pricing and availability.

Featured Australian works

  Work Composer PerformersDuration
Nonet (1979) computer music in four tracks
Recorded/performed at: Canberra School of Music, on 1979.
Tristram Cary 9 mins, 5 sec.
Strings of token strings (1984) for electroacoustic
Recorded/performed at: Canberra School of Music., on 1984.
Graeme Gerrard 7 mins, 54 sec.
Contours, clowns and shadows (1982) for electroacoustic
Recorded/performed at: Canberra School of Music, on 1982.
Brian Parish 9 mins, 54 sec.
Medieval purity in a bed of thorns (1981) for electroacoustic Claudio Pompili 10 mins, 2 sec.
Atlantic fears (1983) for electroacoustic
Recorded/performed at: Canberra School of Music, on 1983.
Alistair Riddell 12 mins, 7 sec.
With fish scales scattered (1982) for electroacoustic
Recorded/performed at: Canberra School of Music, on 1982.
David Worrall 7 mins, 58 sec.

Product details

Duration: 56 min.

Contents note: Nonet: computer music in four tracks / Tristram Cary -- Strings of token strings / Graeme Gerrard -- Contours, clowns and shadows / Brian Parish -- ... with fish scales scattered ... / David Worrall -- Medieval purity in a bed of thorns / Claudio Pompili -- Atlantic fears / Alistair Riddell.

This product forms part of the following series: Anthology of Australian music (CSM:4).

Recording level: ADD.


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