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If

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If / by Sherre DeLys. Earclip : Cloud / by Robbie Buck and Simon Aveling. How far is it to Babylon / by Kaye Mortley.

  • 1 CD (69 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: CDL 325 — 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.

Featured Australian works

  Work Composer PerformersDuration
Cloud — radiophonic music Simon Aveling and Robbie Buck
If — radiophonic music Sherre DeLys
How far is it to Babylon Kaye Mortley

Product details

Duration: 69 min.

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

Summary: 'How far is it to Babylon': Radio feature. Babylon here is an allegory for the places children and adults travel to in the mind. The program revisits the magical world of the circus with its animal and human performers, and the ride through time of the merry-go-round. The thirteen pieces use the texts written by the author, re-capturing her own childhood in rural Australia. Readers: Michael Lonsdale, Hazel Carr, Lesley Lanker, Anna Mortley and children from the International School in Paris.

Broadcast on The Listening Room, ABC Classic FM, 4 November 2002.

Non-commercial recording. For study purposes only.

Summary: 'If': This program features the metaphoric imaginings of a young patient at the New Children's Hospital at Westmead in Sydney. Created in association with a sound/sculpture installation by Joan Grounds and Sherre DeLys sited at the hospital for Australian Perspecta Exhibition, Art Gallery of New South Wales.

Summary: 'Cloud': One of The Listening Room 'Earclips'. Environmental recordings on Pittwater, Sydney are a starting point for a reverie in the face of life's harsh realities.


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Australian Memories

Posted by Jennifer Avery [] on 9 February, 2010

Hello Kaye,

I am most interested in your creative output!

Amities

Jenni  Avery

(University of Sydney, 1960-64)