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Five easy pieces

CD

Five easy pieces / by Ion Pearce. Five man humanity / by Ernst Jandl and Freidericke Mayrocker. Ludus equatorialis / by Jose Iges and Ricardo Beles.

  • 1 CD (47 min.)
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  • Library Availability: CDL 199 — Available for loan

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Five easy pieces Ion Pearce

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Duration: 47 min.

This product forms part of the following series: Listening Room.

Ludus equatorialis: experimental work from Spain.

Five man humanity: a milestone in the era of experimental radio production, originally produced for South West German Radio in 1968, this English-language version was produced in the USA.

Five easy pieces : Produced while the composer was working as the New Media Fellow with The Listening Room in 1996, an annual residency for an artist, supported by the Australia Council. The piece began in Indonesia and was continued in an ABC recording studio. A radiophonis composition using movement ideas, sound, vocalisation and texts. Performers include: Natasha Rumiz (violin), John Napier (violoncello), Sean Wayland (piano), Tony Lewis (percussion), Ion Pearce (violoncello and sound sculpture), Genevieve Maynard and Yufi Sone (readers), Sabrina Achilles (text).

Non-commercial recording. For study purposes only.

Originally broadcast on The Listening Room, ABC Classic FM, 26 November 2001.


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