Impermanence / Robert Iolini. Rust / Andrew Yencken. Practice / Ion Pearce.
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|Impermanence for electroacoustic||Robert Iolini|
|Practice for electroacoustic||Ion Pearce|
|Rust for electroacoustic||Andrew Yencken|
This product forms part of the following series: Listening Room.
Non-commercial recording. For study purposes only.
Performers: Michele Morgan (vocals: Impermanence) ; Jim Denley (flute, vocals: Impermanence) ; Stevie Wishart (violin, hurdygurdy, vocals: Impermanence) ; Phillip Mar (soprano & alto saxophones, vocals: Impermanence) ; Tony Wheeler (qin, Chinese zither: Impermanence) ; David Nerlich (guitar, synthesiser: Impermanence) ; Robert Iolini (guitar, Midi controller, Emax sampler, vocals: Impermanence).
'Practice' originally a performance work developed by Ion Pearce and an ensemble of musicians and a dancer; transformed for radio by ion Pearce and sound engineer Phillip Ulman.
Broadcast on "The Listening Room" on ABC Classic FM, 17 June 1996.
'Impermanence': The piece focuses on the inevitability of change and the concept of impermanence as a kind of meditation, arising from deeply-felt concern about humankind's inability to come to terms with these facts. The piece draws on a range of textual sources, primarily Ted Hughes' poem A Disaster, and words from Jean-Luc Godard. Produced by Robyn Ravlich.
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