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La Trobe University Music Department CD archive, volume 10.

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La Trobe University Music Department CD archive, volume 10.

  • 1 CD (73 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: CD 1363 — 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
Complicated composer (1981) for large chamber ensemble
Recorded/performed at: Glenn College, on 15 Oct 81.
Sue Blakey 4 mins, 14 sec.
Fanfare (1994) for voicehorn, tam-tam and piano
Recorded/performed at: D-Stream concert, on 31 Mar 94.
Kathy Cameron Kathy Cameron 3 mins, 54 sec.
Harmonic study (1994) — solo piano
Kathy Cameron 2 mins, 58 sec.
Violin speak (1995) for solo violin
Kathy Cameron Stephen O'Hara 3 mins, 27 sec.
Prime one too (1976) for electroacoustic
Recorded/performed at: Realized at UC San Diego and Melbourne University Studios., on 1976.
Keith Humble 9 mins, 57 sec.
Tape piece (1990) for electroacoustic
Recorded/performed at: Electroacoustic work for tape., on 1990.
Peter Marshall 5 mins, 15 sec.
Sextet (1981) — sextets: flute, trombone, 2 percussion, piano, cello
Recorded/performed at: Glenn College, on 9 Jul 81.
Mark Pollard 11 mins, 13 sec.

Also includes: Sample and hold (excerpt) ; Pas de deux (excerpt) ; Variations: a pinch of salt (excerpt) / Allan Walker -- Politics rap / Warren Burt -- Canzona no. V / G. Frescobaldi.

Product details

Duration: 73 min.

Digitised copy of archival tapes containing music composed by La Trobe University (Melbourne) staff and students over the period of 1975-1999. Produced by David Hirst and Rob Fox.

'Politics rap' by Warren Burt is an excerpt from a lecture given as part of the A.C.A.P.S. series including musical examples from the 'Fatty Acid' group of San Diego.


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