If- / by Sherre DeLys and John Jacobs. Black water : the poetry of Robert Adamson / by Libby Douglas. Coming storm / by Trevor Brown and Lisa Greenaway.
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|Coming storm||Trevor Brown|
|If — radiophonic music||Sherre DeLys|
|Black water||Libby Douglas|
|Coming storm||Lisa Greenaway|
Duration: 65 min.
Summary: 'If...': This program features the metaphoric imaginings of a young patient at the New Children's Hospital at Westmead in Sydney. Responding to 'what if...' questions, he exemplifies the transformative qualitites of fantasy, empathy and humour. 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.
Acoustic artwork broadcast on ABC Radio National's Sunday Night program, 2 May 2004. CD also includes a reading of the short story of the week.
Summary: 'Coming storm': From the new series of Earclips, 'Passing Through', a short spoken word performance over a musical soundbed drawing on the coastal environment of the Illawarra region in NSW as a storm approaches.
Non-commercial recording. For study purposes only.
Summary: 'Black water': The poet Robert Adamson reflects on his life and the Hawkesbury River, NSW, which has been a personal sanctuary and the source of much of his creative inspiration. Libby Douglas and Phillip Ulman spent two days with Robert on the Hawkesbury River recording readings of his work: stories from a life fully lived, and sounds of the river.
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