Cambewarra Mountain : Australian soundscapes. Volume one / recorded and composed by David Lumsdaine.
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||Cambewarra Mountain (1990) — studio produced music (pre-recorded sound)||David Lumsdaine||1 hours, 9 mins, 54 sec.||Buy as MP3|
About 2 hours south of Sydney is the beautiful Kangaroo Valley, the eastern end of which rises to Cambewarra Mountain. Lush rainforest and cedar forests are havens for an astonishing array of birdlife, including whipbirds and lyrebirds. These recordings were made by Australian composer David Lumsdaine and are state-of-the-art. The CD progresses through the diurnal cycle and the seasonal cycle.
Duration: 70 min.
Contents note: Late spring (First nocturne -- Spring dawn chorus -- After sunrise -- Late afternoon -- Sunset to dusk) -- Summer (Second nocturne -- Summer dawn chorus -- After sunrise -- Dusk and third nocturne).
Late spring (First nocturne -- Spring dawn chorus -- After sunrise -- Late afternoon -- Sunset to dusk) -- Summer (Second nocturne -- Summer dawn chorus -- After sunrise -- Dusk and third nocturne).
Comprised on recordings of bird songs, edited by the composer.
Capture session: Recorded at Cambewarra Mountain, New South Wales on 31 October - 2 November and 25-31 December 1989.
Recording level: DDD.
Booklet includes programme notes by the composer.
"Commissioned by 2MBS-FM with the assistance of a grant from the Perfoming Arts Board of the Australia Council, and first broadcast by 2MBS-FM on Australia Day, 1992" -- Cover.
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