The glass bell / by Sophea Lerner. Waters, valleys, bells / by Miklos Sugar. Borders / by Chantal Dumas.
Duration: 63 min.
This product forms part of the following series: Listening Room.
'Borders': a musical exploration of borders, in time and space: Berlin, Algeria, Switzerland and Mexico. From Canada.
'Waters, valleys, bells': a soundscape/radiophonic work from Hungary.
'The glass bell': produced during Lerner's residency with The Listening Room funded by the New Media Arts Fund of the Australia Council. It is a poetic and musical piece that uses a fractured narrative approach, the story emanating from a village in Finland. It explores the lives of three generations of women. Text and music by Sophea Lerner, with readings by Virginia Baxter. Musicians: Ion Pearce, Natasha Rumiz and Tony Lewis. Produced by Jane Ulman and Robyn Ravlich.
Program no.: 50/98.
Non-commercial recording - for study purposes only.
Broadcast on The Listening Room, on ABC Classic FM, 14 December 1998.
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