This is a stub entry only — it provides links to other resources by and about Lamorna Nightingale held in our catalogue.
Random Audio Sample: Her Pockets Full Of Inertia : for low flute choir and AM radios by Cat Hope, from the CD Other Voices
Articles by and about Lamorna Nightingale
18 Apr 2018 River Life – Baiame’s Ngunnhu Festival in Brewarrina by Troy Russell, Claire Edwardes, Jason Noble, Freya Schack-Arnott and Lamorna Nightingale
4 members of Ensemble Offpsring report from Baiame's Ngunnhu Festival in Brewarrina NSW. This unique event is run by Moogahlin Performing Arts, and this April it included a performance of the new works completed last year as part of the AMPlify Indigenous Composer Initiative artist development program.
Composer Troy Russell captured the atmosphere fittingly in this paragraph: Down by the riverside, in the tranquillity of the fish traps, music was played. Everyone was taken in some form or another, as the children stopped to listen and the elders bent their ears, a smile and a knowing look to each other reminded them of their day at the river. I watched young children play down by the weir, building their own memories, as my pieces were performed. The view was fitting. One boy ran the whole length of the weir easily, and the musical passages kept up with him as he slipped and skidded and splashed as he ran along.
Works commissioned and written for Lamorna Nightingale
CDs, Books and Kits featuring Lamorna Nightingale
Events featuring Lamorna Nightingale
9 Feb 2022 VIC: Songbirds
30 Jun 2020 : James & Lamorna Nightingale
World premieres given by Lamorna Nightingale
Oracle Chamber (duos: flute, saxophone with pre-recorded sound) by Amanda Cole— 30 Jun 20 (Livestream, Phoenix Central, Sydney NSW)
As the Dust Settles : for bass flute and vibraphone by Tristan Coelho— 13 Oct 17 (Backstage Music, creative space 99, Sydney)
Her Pockets Full Of Inertia : for low flute choir and AM radios by Cat Hope— 4 Oct 15 (Australian Flute Festival, Canberra)
Frogstomp : for flute/piccolo, bass clarinet and percussion by Holly Harrison— 26 Jul 15 (Limelight Australian Composition Seminar)