Sonic hieroglyphs (studio produced electronic music)
by Jim Denley (1996)
From the CD Sonic hieroglyphs
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Library shelf no. CD 405 [Available for loan]
This music is an offering to the Budawang mountains south of Sydney. They appeared to me once as the lair of the nigh-continent. The mist descended and I wandered lost through dank bush, down labyrinthine wallaby tracks where, in a state of heightened awareness, I met a mountain crab.
— Jim Denley
Instrumentation: Wind instruments, vocals, digital and analog tape manipulations, monochord.
Duration: 55 min.
Difficulty: N/A - Not for live performance
Contents note: In the land of the mountain crab -- Lost (down Budawang wallaby tracks) -- Between monoliths -- And shrouded Gods -- Dreams of ritual reed hats -- Entering (through mist) -- The hidden valley -- To dance/fly -- With kokatoos (black) -- To Quilty's bora and back -- Acaccia's memory?
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