Orchestral works / Liza Lim.
Featured Australian works
||The Compass (2006) for large orchestra with solo flute and didgeridoo
Recorded/performed at: Herkulessaal der Residenz, Munich., on 12 Jan 07.
|Liza Lim and William Barton||Symphonieorchester des Bayerischen Rundfunks, William Barton, Carin Levine, Christoph Poppen||21 mins, 56 sec.|
||The Guest (2010) — recorder with full orchestra
Recorded/performed at: Donaueschinger Musiktage, on 15 Oct 10.
|Liza Lim||SWR Sinfonieorchester Baden-Baden und Freiburg, Jeremias Schwarzer, Rupert Huber||19 mins, 24 sec.|
||Pearl, ochre, hair string (2009) for orchestra
Recorded/performed at: Herkulessaal der Residenz, Musica Viva Munich, on 9 Jul 10.
|Liza Lim||Symphonieorchester des Bayerischen Rundfunks, Lothar Zagrosek||18 mins, 46 sec.|
Liza Lim...with a very special and astute understanding of her own human micro-cosmos, extrapolates it to a wider, more dramatic macro-cosmos. The understanding of this relationship - the bitter-sweet relationship between humanity and the Divine - is focused and given expression in three orchestral works that are inspired by meditations on the Sufi poetry of Persia and also explorations of Aboriginal rites of passage. - Raul da Gama
Duration: 60 min.
Includes liner notes by Raul da Gama.
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