This is a stub entry only — it provides links to other resources by and about Alan Lamb held in our catalogue.
Articles by and about Alan Lamb
Experimental music has played a huge role in shaping the history of Australian new music. Warren Burt’s comprehensive overview of Australian experimental music from 1963 to 1993 provides enormous insight into the aesthetics, problems and political climate of this time...
Preparing for the Art Space - Decibel at PICA by Cat Hope
Decibel is a Perth-based group focused on combining electronic and acoustic music in performance and composition. Their artistic director, composer Cat Hope, discusses some of the challenges around commissioning artists across music forms.
Earth Dances: the thrill of the primal in music by Andrew Ford
Drones are everwhere we look in music, from minimalist works to heavy metal, to Peter Sculthorpe's orchestral pieces, to the mysterious music made by telegraph wires in the Australian Outback. Drones are also one of the many earthy, and 'primitive' elements of music that composer Andrew Ford ponders in his new book Earth Dances - Music in search of the primitive. Australian composers discussed in the book include Liza Lim, Peter Sculthorpe, Alan Lamb, Robert Davidson, Julian Day and Luke Jaaniste. The following extract from Earth Dances is published with kind permission from the book's publisher Black Inc.
Works by Alan Lamb
Alan Lamb is not an Australian Music Centre represented artist, however the following works can be found in our collection:
Sky song by Alan Lamb and Sarah Hopkins
Winds of heaven by Alan Lamb and Sarah Hopkins
White room by Alan Lamb
Journeys on the winds of time I by Alan Lamb
Wire music by Alan Lamb
Spring 8 wind organ by Alan Lamb
Mirages by Alan Lamb
Primal image by Alan Lamb
Beauty by Alan Lamb