Views across the moat / edited by Marguerite Boland and Allan Walker.
Australian Works Analysed in this Book
||Sequence (1967) by Don Banks|
|Music in the Mirabell Garden (1977) by Larry Sitsky|
||Seven fleeting glimpses (1988) by Graham Hair|
Contents note: Composing with eleven intervals: Matyas Seiber's 'Permutazioni a cinque' / Graham Hair -- Motive and continuity in Don Banks' 'Sequenc' for solo cello / Bradley Cummings -- 'Exurgat Deus': Judaic/Christian liturgical influences, or extraordinary coincidence? / Greta Mary Hair -- Recurring imagery as a structural device (and a free approach to serialism) in the song cycle 'Music in the Mirabell Garden' by Larry Sitsky / Lawrence Whiffin -- Harmonic 'flow' in Elliott Carter's 'Con leggerezza pensosa' / Marguerite Boland -- Approaches to the diatonic collection in Graham Hair's 'Seven fleeting glimpses' / Tom Hall -- Opening Pandora's closet: 'trappings' of sexuality in Berg's opera 'Lulu' / Maree Macmillan -- Formalist aestethics and gender ideology: a critique of Hanslick / Samantha Black -- MQ analysis of electro-acoustic music / David Hirst -- Occasional address / Keith Humble.
Includes notes on contributors.
"LaTrobe University Music Department 1975-1999" -- Cover.
"A collection of writings about music" -- Cover subtitle.
Includes bibliographic references.
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