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Habitat

Digital Audio Album

Habitat / Vicki Hallett, Steve Falk and Jeremy Allsop.

  • Published by Self-published — 12 August, 2020 — 1 online resource
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This item may be available to purchase from the Australian Music Centre.
Please contact our Sales Department to confirm pricing and availability.

Featured Australian works

  Work Composer PerformersDuration
Elephant Song 2 for small jazz ensemble
Recorded/performed at: Rolling Stock Recording Rooms, Melbourne Vic
Vicki Hallett, Steve Falk and Jeremy Alsop Vicki Hallett, Jeremy Alsop, Steve Falk 14 mins, 10 sec.
Elephant Song for small jazz ensemble
Recorded/performed at: Rolling Stock Recording Rooms, Melbourne VIC.
Steve Falk, Jeremy Alsop and Vicki Hallett Vicki Hallett, Jeremy Alsop, Steve Falk 14 mins, 47 sec.
Honey Song for small jazz ensemble
Recorded/performed at: Rolling Stock Recording Rooms, Melbourne VIC
Jeremy Alsop, Steve Falk and Vicki Hallett Vicki Hallett, Jeremy Alsop, Steve Falk 11 mins, 52 sec.
Leaf Song and Vamps & Myrtle for small jazz ensemble
Recorded/performed at: Rolling Stock Recording Rooms, Melbourne Vic
Steve Falk, Vicki Hallett and Jeremy Alsop Vicki Hallett, Jeremy Alsop, Steve Falk 13 mins, 51 sec.

Product details

Some where in deep Africa a forest elephant rumbles.
Habitat improvises and reacts musically to images and sounds of species in crisis within their natural habitat. The immersive and captivating performance uses recordings of the endangered African forest elephant from the Elephant Listening Project (ELP) at Cornell University. Members of Habitat are: Vicki Hallett (woodwinds and loops), Steve Falk (percussion) and Jeremy Alsop (bass).


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