Poems to sing angelic to / by Gail Priest. Evropi-Singvogel-Heksonbrand / by Hans van Sijp.
Duration: 61 min.
This product forms part of the following series: Listening Room.
Summary: 'Evropi-Singvogel-Heksonbrand': A commentary, by Dutch artist Hans van Sijp, on the demagogy used by both ancient and modern man-gods: the story of the rape of Europa, and a collection of early songs from Brittany. Produced by the Dutch Radio.
Summary: 'Poems to sing angelic to': A text-music work which is a love lament in three parts with posed and counterposed texts, either spoken or sung. Part 1: Love love, performed by Brian Fuata. Part 2: Furniture, performed by Brian Fuata and Gail Priest. Part 3: The machine, performed by Brian Fuata and Nigel Kellaway. Texts by Brian Fuata, composition by Gail Priest. This work was created as part of the Music Theatre for Radio Residency for an Emerging Artist, funded by the Music Fund and the New Media Arts Fund of the Australia Council.
Non-commercial recording - for study purposes only.
Broadcast on The Listening Room, ABC Classic FM, 29 April 2002.
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