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Nanyubak – Dreaming.
Works that evoke the quality of a dream.
Works that evolve from the Dreaming and elevate thinking to that source of knowledge.
Deborah Cheetham has lovingly curated an other-worldly collection of reflections on travels through natural and supernatural landscapes. Deborah’s two vocal works were inspired by First Nations artworks transformed into tapestry by master weavers, and form part of her epic project WOVEN SONG, a multi-year, cross-disciplinary, international collaboration with the Australian Tapestry Workshop.
Cheetham is joined by Melbourne chamber ensemble PLEXUS and a stellar array of guest artists, including acclaimed Victorian shakuhachi master Anne Norman.
Featured non-Australian music: Boulanger
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Featured Australian Works
||Aer Turas : Air Journey (2018) by Eve Duncan|
— performed by Eliza Shephard, Michelle Wood and Philip Arkinstall
||Clarity (duos: flute, cello) (2004) by Leah Curtis|
— performed by Michelle Wood and Eliza Shephard
|Corranach for the birds : oboe solo (1999) by Ruth Lee Martin|
— performed by Emmanuel Cassimatis
||Goldfish through summer rain : for flute and piano (1978) by Anne Boyd|
|Gulaga : flute, oboe and clarinet by Deborah Cheetham|
|My Mother's Country by Deborah Cheetham|
|Song for Dulka Warngiid : soprano with ensemble by Deborah Cheetham|
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