Burning house : music resource kit / written by Michael Barkl
Australian Works Analysed in this Kit
|In other ways your image by Sarah De Jong|
|Unreal fair by Sarah De Jong|
|Alien moon by Tony Lewis|
|Burning house (1995) by Liza Lim|
|Inner states by Anne Norman|
|Afterimages (1993) by Barry Conyngham|
|Cloudy mountain (1981) by Anne Boyd|
Satsuki Odamura's CD features music by a range of Australian composers whose approach to writing for the koto differs markedly. Some composers have developed an intimate relationship with Japanese tablature specifically in order to compose their piece, while others have combined the koto with Western instruments.
The collected works bring together a kaleidoscope of characters, cultures and sounds. The kit guides students through analytical layers and viewpoints.
Includes CD, seven study scores and teacher's text.
Contents note: Includes: Teacher's booklet -- CD 'Burning house" (Vox Australis VAST022-2) -- Study scores: 'In other ways your image' by Sarah de Jong ; 'Inner states' by Anne Norman ; 'Alien moon' by Tony Lewis ; 'Burning house' by Liza Lim ; 'Unreal fair' by Sarah de Jong -- Score: 'Cloudy mountain' by Anne Boyd.
Teacher's resource for the study of Australian compositions featuring the Japanese koto.
Teacher's booklet: ISBN 0-909168-36-9
Kit: A millennium of choral composition : an exploration kit for high school students, teachers, choristers and conductors in the compositional techniques of choral music / prepared and written by Stephen Leek.
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