For the record : Ian the Spruiker / by Russell Stapleton. Deconstructing Nostradamus / by Tony Barrell. Past life melodies / by Sarah Hopkins. Prophecy of the village Kremna / by Arsenije Jovanovic.
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|Deconstructing Nostradamus||Tony Barrell|
|Past life melodies (1991) for full orchestra||Sarah Hopkins|
Duration: 57 min.
This product forms part of the following series: Listening Room.
Summary: 'Deconstructing Nostradamus': Nostradamus, the sixteenth century French seer, prophet and alchemist predicted everything from the rise and fall of Hitler to the attack on New York's Twin Towers. Or did he? With music by Barrington Pheloung from the 1994 film 'Nostradamus'.
Non-commercial recording. For study purposes only.
Summary: 'Ian the Spruiker': A story from a sound recordist's diary. The adventure behind the microphone behind the sound. With Kim Gyngell.
Summary: 'Prophecy of the village Kremna': A radiophonic composition embedded with language fragments, the prophetic vision of an illiterate 19th century Serbian peasant Mitar Tarabic. Used in the score of the film 'The Thin Red Line' by Terence Malick.
Summary: 'Past life melodies': A section from the larger work 'With Dreams and Visions'. A piece inspired by the composer's dreams, performed by her and St Peter's Chorale in Brisbane.
Broadcast on The Listening Room on ABC Classic FM, 7 April 2003.
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