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listening land

CD

The listening land : Australian choral music / Australian Voices.

  • Published by Australian Voices [VOICESCD002] — 1 CD (59 min.)
  • Sales Availability: This item may be available to purchase from the Australian Music Centre.
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  • Library Availability: CD 366 — Available for loan

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This item may be available to purchase from the Australian Music Centre.
Please contact our Sales Department to confirm pricing and availability.

Featured Australian works

  Work Composer PerformersDuration
Namatjira Michael Atherton 6 min, 16 sec.
The Virgin and the Child for SATB choir Colin Brumby 2 mins, 25 sec.
Inuit Percy Grainger 1 min, 40 sec.
Morning song in the jungle Percy Grainger 3 min, 16 sec.
Songs of passage (1994) for SATB choir Stephen Leek 23 min, 27 sec.
We welcome summer (1996) for SATB choir Clare Maclean 4 min, 54 sec.
Kyrie Dylan Nicholson 2 min, 7 sec.
The listening land (1996) for a cappella SATB choir Matthew Orlovich 10 mins, 13 sec.
Three geography songs (1997) for SATB choir — Geography VI
Recorded/performed at: ABC Studios, Ferry Road, Brisbane, on Sep 96.
Paul Stanhope The Australian Voices, Graeme Morton 4 mins, 31 sec.

Product details

Duration: 59 min.

Contents note: Namatjira / Michael Atherton -- The Inuit ; Morning song in the jungle / Percy Grainger -- The listening land / Matthew Orlovich -- Geography VI / Paul Stanhope -- Kyrie / Dylan Nicholson -- The virgin and the child / Colin Brumby -- We welcome summer / Clare Maclean -- Songs of passage (Tabulam ; Ngulyulyul ; Coraparena ; Ceduna ; Ngana) / Stephen Leek.

Booklet includes programme notes, biographical notes on composers and performers, and texts of songs.

Performers: Australian Voices ; Graeme Morton (conductor) ; Ralph Morton (accompanist).

Capture session: Recorded in the ABC Studios, Ferry Road, Brisbane, 20 & 23 September 1996.


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