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Canberra School of Music, Graduate Music Program Concert Series

Video tape

Canberra School of Music, Graduate Music Program Concert Series : 'Three ladies, a lout and a Larry' contemporary chamber music, Friday 13 August [1999].

  • 1 videocassette (VHS) ; sd., col.
  • Sales Availability: This item is not commercially available from the Australian Music Centre. We regret that we cannot offer it for sale.
  • Library Availability: VD 32 — Available for loan

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This item is not commercially available from the Australian Music Centre. We regret that we cannot offer it for sale.

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Product details

Duration: 89 min.

CREDITS: video made by Garry Kildea.

SUMMARY: Video of concert by Post-Graduate students at the Canberra School of Music, 13 August 1999. Includes: The cockroach who thought he had been to hell, by Judith Crispin-Cresswell (performed by Kathrin Moore, Katy Norman and Emily Palthorpe, violoncellos) ; Seven yellow butterflies, by Judith Crispin-Cresswell (performed by David Pereira, violoncello, and Bree Van Reyk, percussion) ; Fluctuating states of calm, by Sandra France (performed by David Pereira, violoncello) ; Al kauthar, by Katia Tiutiunnik (performed by David Pereira, violoncello) ; Danza delle fate arabe, by Katia Tiutiunnik (performed by Luke Tierney, guitar) ; The hawk, by Ruth Lee Martin (performed by Judith Crispin-Cresswell, mezzo-soprano, and Kathrin Gullan, piano) ; City dawn, by Ruth Lee Martin (performed by Judith Crispin-Cresswell, mezzo-soprano, Anne Blackburn, oboe, and Kathrin Gullan, piano) ; Three sequenzas, by Ruth Lee Martin (performed by Kathrin Gullan, piano) ; Bone of my bones, by Larry Sitsky (performed by Judith Crispin-Cresswell, mezzo-soprano, and Colleen Rae Gerard (prepared piano) ; Fantasia no. 8 on D-B-A-S, by Larry Sitksy, performed by Kathrin Gullan, piano.


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