Heartwork / by Robert Iolini Sister / by Sophea Lerner. Are you really there? / by Ros Bandt.
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||Are you really there? — radiophonic music
Recorded/performed at: Recording originally broadcast on the ABC's radio programme "The Listening Room".
|Ros Bandt||11 mins, 48 sec.|
Duration: 66 min.
This product forms part of the following series: Listening Room.
Summary: 'Sister': A text-music composition based on conversations recorded over seven years. Leanne Sullivan, trumpet. Natasha Rumiz, violin and viola. With Rebecca Voss-Jamison and Sophea Lerner. Radiophonic work.
Non-commercial recording - for study purposes only.
Summary: 'Heartwork': A new work exploring issues facing marginalised young people. This radio piece has been extended from the large-scale multimedia event Big hArt Works at the 2000 Adelaide Festival. The music is developed from the melodic and rhythmic patterns in each speaker's vocal patterns. Music composed by Robert Iolini. Produced by Sherre DeLys.
Broadcast on The Listening Room, ABC Classic FM, 9 July 2001.
Summary: 'Are you really there?': A piece which journeys between virtual communities and obsolete tecnhologies. An investigation of the actual, the usable, the used, the discarded, the hoped-for and the future. An acoustic letter to the composer's dead mother. Radiophonic work.
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