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Five 23 tone pieces (2001-2002)

CD

Five 23 tone pieces (2001-2002) / Warren Burt.

  • 1 CD (74 min.)
  • Sales Availability: This item is not commercially available from the Australian Music Centre. We regret that we cannot offer it for sale.
  • Library Availability: CD 1071 — 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: 74 min.

Contents note: 23 tone boom boom -- Expanded cinema, mark 2 -- 9 out of 23 -- The family supper (poem by Rewi Alley) -- The disco fat arkestra (live at the Cafe Montmartre, Madison).

Instrumentations: 23 tone boom boom for Casio midi horn and computer ; Expanded cinema, mark 2 for computer performance and experimental chord harmonica ; 9 out of 23 for harmonic canon and computer, tuning forks and accordian.

First performances: 9 out of 23 first performed at Theatre of the Ordinary, Fitzroy, Melbourne, on 23 November 2001 ; The disco fat arkestra first performed live at the Art-Science Laboratory, Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA, on 23 March 2002.

Capture session: Expanded cinema, mark 2 recorded in the composer's studio, Coburg, Victoria, on 18 October 2001 ; 9 out of 23 recorded live for broadcast on ABC Radio National on 1 December 2001 ; The family supper recorded in the composer's studio on 21 December 2001.

Composition dates: 23 tone boom boom composed April 2001 ; Expanded cinema, mark 2 composed 2001 ; 9 out of 23 composed 2001 ; The family supper composed 2001 ; The disco fat arkestra composed 2002.

Liner notes include explanatory programme notes for each of the works.


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