Featured Australian works
||Chromophony (1993) for electroacoustic
Recorded/performed at: Canberra School of Music, on 1993.
|Stephen Adam||Stephen Adam, Joan Pollock, Trish Anderson||11 mins, 56 sec.|
||Why are you so stupid? (1993) for electroacoustic
||Ross Bencina||Kim Elmer, Ross Bencina||6 mins, 46 sec.|
||Heart (1995) for electroacoustic
||Jim Franklin||11 mins, 8 sec.|
||Requiem for a planet for electroacoustic||Ian Fredericks||21 mins, 42 sec.|
||Babel's legacy for electroacoustic||Tim Kreger||11 mins, 39 sec.|
||Harmonie du soir (1995) for electroacoustic
Recorded/performed at: Australian Centre for the Arts and Technology, on 1995.
|David Worrall||Katy Pallier||9 mins, 42 sec.|
Duration: 74 min.
Contents note: Babel's legacy / Tim Kreger -- Heart / Jim Franklin -- Chromophony / Stephen Adam -- Harmonie du soir / David Worrall -- "Why are you so stupid?" / Ross Bencina -- Requiem for a planet / Ian Fredericks.
This product forms part of the following series: Anthology of Australian music (CSM:26).
Booklet includes programme notes and composer biographies.
Part of a joint project of the Canberra School of Music, the Australian Music Centre, and the National Film and Sound Archive.
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