Goddesses and rabbits / by Robert Iolini. Malta postcard / by Natalie Kestecher.
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||Goddesses and rabbits — radiophonic music||Robert Iolini|
||Malta postcard — radiophonic music||Natalie Kestecher|
Duration: 60 min.
This product forms part of the following series: Listening Room.
Originally broadcast on The Listening Room, ABC Classic FM, 9 September 2002.
Summary: 'Goddesses and rabbits': A homage to the composer's mother and to the island of Malta. The composition takes us on a personal and sometimes surreal voyage of (re)discovery to his mother's homeland. This work extends the boundaries of what traditionally defines a musical composition, using spoken word, songs, field recordings, electroacoustic textures plus improvised and detailed scored performances. With the voice of Carmen Iolini. Singer: Karen Cummings. Performers: Wadih Dona and Lucia Mastrantone.
Non-commercial recording. For study purposes only.
Summary: 'Malta postcard': radio feature: an old book of sepia photographs, given to performer Paul Capsis when he was a child, awakened fantasies of a place his grandparents often spoke of - Malta, their native land.
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