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CIMF21: Concert #9 - Great Hall Rising : Canberra International Music Festival 2021


CIMF21: Concert #9 - Great Hall Rising : Canberra International Music Festival 2021

Event Details

The voice of Australian democracy was born through a number of dramatic events and remains a work in progress. This event touches upon some of the landmarks of Australian history with music that takes us into the heart of Australia’s democracy and into the soul of our nation.

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Vincent Plush, Bakery Hill Rising (1980)
Delmae and William Barton, welcome to the great
Johannes MacDonald, new work for bass clarinet solo
Christopher Sainsbury, Red Kangaroo Standing
Olga Neuwirth, Torsion (AP)
Daniel and David Wilfred, traditional songs
Luke Styles, Solder (Commissioned for the 2020 Festival)


Delmae and William Barton, didgeridoo
Daniel and David Wilfred, songmen
Jason Noble, clarinet
Lorelai Dowling, bassoon

Featured non-Australian music: Olga Neuwirth

Further information for this event is available online at the event's website or by phone on (02) 6230 5880 or by email to info@cimf.org.au

Featured Australian Works

Bakery Hill rising (horn with pre-recorded sound) (1980) by Vincent Plush
Red Kangaroo Standing : voice with accompaniment by Christopher Sainsbury
Solder (quintets: horn, 2 trumpets, trombone, tuba) (2019) by Luke Styles

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