Relay for radio / by Paul Carter. Moves and games / by Jon Rose. An acoustic fanfare / by Russell Stapleton.
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|Relay for radio||Paul Carter|
|Moves and games — radiophonic music||Jon Rose|
|Acoustic fanfare||Russell Stapleton|
Duration: 65 min.
This product forms part of the following series: Listening Room.
Non-commercial recording. For study purposes only.
Originally broadcast on The Listening Room, ABC Classic FM, 18 September 2000.
'Relay for radio" The program, by Paul Carter and Ruark Lewis, is derived from the text-based, site-specific art work installed at Fig Grove, Sydney next to the Homebush Bay stadium. It comprises 16 'Olympian Odes' in the tradition of the dada/futurist, trans-lingual voice poem, a poem which evokes the meaning of the Olypmics to Australians. A performance of the public art work for the Sydney Olympics.
'An acoustic fanfare': a collage to sound the end of the Cultural Olympics.
'Moves and games': a musical work for virtuoso violin, midi and samples, incorporating highlights of Australia's Olympic glory. A satire on sport, politics and the violin in six movements, named after the most commonly pulled muscles of violinists.
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