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Sound and sense

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Sound and sense / Amanda Stewart. Marking time / by Robert Iolini. War poem ; N.aime / by Amanda Stewart. Talk to sleep: the bottom of the mind / by Gregory Whitehead. Residue / by Amanda Stewart.

  • 1 CD (63 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: CDL 194 — 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
Marking time — radiophonic music Robert Iolini
N.aime Amanda Stewart
Residue Amanda Stewart
Sound and sense Amanda Stewart
War poem Amanda Stewart

Product details

Duration: 63 min.

This product forms part of the following series: Listening Room.

'Residue': a final poem by Amanda Stewart.

Program no.: 29/99.

Broadcast on "The Listening Room" on ABC Classic FM, 23rd August 1999.

'Sound and sense': a poem that gives vent to the anxiety that the subjective experiences in the face of the objective.

'War poem' and 'N.aime': poems written and performed by Amanda Stewart.

'Talk to sleep : the bottom of the mind': An imaginary conversation with a possible person. Valèry wrote that "the bottom of the mind is paved with crossroads". But how to get there? A psycho-therapist proposes a technique called Walking the Circle to make the journey to where ideas meet.

'Marking time': A babel of apocalyptic voices that mark the end of the millennium. A music, text, sound composition that draws on some literature of the apocalypse. Music composed and directed by Robert Iolini. Includes Jim Denley (flute, saxophone, voice), Phillip Man (saxophone, keyboards), Michele Morgan (voice), Amanda Stewart (voice), Robert Iolini (guitar, sampler).

This program was part of Australian Perspecta, 1999: in new programs over this and coming weeks, 5 Australian composers addressed subjects they find critical to their time.

Non-commercial recording, for study purposes only.


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