Thesis : disc two / Katia Tiutiunnik.
Featured Australian works
||Al-Hisar (2001) A tribute to the people of Iraq, for violoncello||Katia Tiutiunnik||David Pereira||5 mins, 23 sec.|
||Mahdoom (1998) for trombone solo||Katia Tiutiunnik||8 mins, 4 sec.|
||An Orientalist in Palestine (2000) for full orchestra||Katia Tiutiunnik||11 mins, 10 sec.|
||Tre preghiere di Nabuccoduriussor (2001) Three prayers of Nebuchadrezzar||Katia Tiutiunnik||9 mins, 15 sec.|
Duration: 49 min.
Contents note: Tre preghiere di Nabuccoduriussor -- Mahdoom (Burge performance) -- Mahdoom (Christov performance) -- Mahdoom (Bicigo performance) -- Al-hisar -- An Orientalist in Palestine.
Non-commercial recording, for study purposes only.
Capture session: 'Tre preghiere di Nabuccoduriussor' recorded live at Great Hall, University House, Australian National University, Canberra, 28 September 2001. 'Mahdoom' (Burge performance) recorded live at Rehearsal Room 3, Canberra School of Music, Australian National University, Canberra, 15 September 1999. 'Mahdoom' (Christov performance) recorded live at Concert Studio No. 1, Bulgarian National Radio, ISCM (Bulgarian section), Sofia, Bulgaria, 16 June 2000. 'Mahdoom' (Bicigo performance) recorded live at Davis Concert Hall, University of Alaska, Fairbanks, Alaska, USA, 12 October 2000. 'Al-hisar' recorded live at Great Hall, University House, Australian National University, Canberra, 28 September 2001. 'An Orientalist in Palestine' recorded live at Australian Composers Orchestral Forum, ABC Odeon, Hobart, 14 July 2000.
Performers: Luke Tierney (guitar: Tre preghiere di Nabuccoduriussor) ; Tom Burge (trombone: Mahdoom) ; Ivaylo Christov (trombone: Mahdoom) ; James Michael Bicigo (trombone: Mahdoom) ; David Pereira (violoncello: Al-hisar) ; Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra (An Orientalist in Palestine) ; David Porcelijn (conductor: An Orientalist in Palestine).
CD produced as part of the composer's PhD thesis.
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