Intercultural music : creation and interpretation / edited by Sally Macarthur, Bruce Crossman and Ronaldo Morelos.
Australian Works Analysed in this Book
|last signal (2005) by Stuart Greenbaum|
|Jiriyai! (2006) by Michael Atherton|
|Journey to Horseshoe Bend (2003) by Andrew Schultz and Gordon Kalton Williams|
|First light (1997) by Stuart Greenbaum|
|Kumari (1980) by Ross Edwards|
|Black sun (1989) by Anne Boyd|
Contents note: Dreaming voices: Australia and Japan / Anne Boyd -- The cultural work of the musical work: 'Light sorrow' (1985), 'Black sun' (1989) / Sally Macarthur -- Changeless transcendence in changing time: aspects of continuity and discontinuity between a contemporary piece and its musical sources / Clare Maclean -- The temple project / Kim Cunio -- Jo-Wha (oneness): a personal Korean-Australian intercultural approach to composition / Ji-Yun Lee -- Moving between things: heaven and hell, visual and sonic gestures towards transcedent oneness / Bruce Crossman -- Journey to the East: Asian influences in the performance history of 'In C' / Cecilia Sun -- From 'First light' to 'The last signal': jazz and pop connections in the music of Stuart Greenbaum / Stuart Greenbaum -- Navigating the xenharmonic ocean / Greg Schiemer -- Cantata crossing borders / Merlinda Bobis -- At the edge of what comes next: 'comprovised' meaningfulness in Jiriyai, a new work for percussionist and dancer / Michael Atherton -- Angels of Bali: the Sanghyang Dedari trance performance tradition / Ronaldo Morelos --' Kumari': a reminiscence / Ross Edwards -- 'Into that mysterious world': notions of ritual in 'Kumari' by Ross Edwards / Paul Stanhope -- Preparing Ross Edwards's 'Kumari' for performance: conceptual planning / Diana Blom -- Repertoire, landscape and memory: Schultz's and Williams's 'Journey to Horseshoe Bend' cantata / Hart Cohen.
Bibliography : p. 124-130.
"A collection of refereed papers selected from the conference component of the 2006 Aurora New Music Festival" -- p. 5.
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