The twentieth century and the dream / by Cathy Peters and Jela Jacobs. Black years, red years / by Colin Bright. Talk to sleep : the bone trade / by Gregory Whitehead.
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|Black years, red years||Colin Bright|
|Twentieth century and the dream||Cathy Peters|
|Talk to sleep||Gregory Whitehead|
Duration: 74 min.
This product forms part of the following series: Listening Room.
Talk to sleep: the bone trade: The final imaginary conversation with a possible person, in which our radio talk host conducts a morbid investigation into the international market for corporeal memorabilia.
Black years, red years: a sound composition about different forms of oppression, featuring the Australian poet Jas Duke reading his own work. With samples from The Song Company. The piece was composed with the assistance of the Music Fund of the Australia Council.
The twentieth century and the dream: Historical actuality recordings, sound elements and music are layered and woven to explore the idea that notions of reality have been shaped by subconscious dreams, and that the dreams resulted in nightmare events. Reader: Rachel Szalay. Original music: Cathy Peters. Music: Rik Rue, Ligeti, Hildegarde Westekamp and others.
Non-commercial recording, for study purposes only.
Originally broadcast on 'The Listening Room', on ABC Classic FM, 13 September 1999.
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