How do you paint the wind ; The path : sun pouring down / by Sherre DeLys. Existential / by Rodolphe Blois. Genoa River, Wangarabel / by Les Gilbert and Ken Hutton.
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|How do you paint the wind||Sherre DeLys|
|Genoa River, Wangarabel||Les Gilbert|
|Genoa River, Wangarabel||Ken Hutton|
Duration: 59 min.
This product forms part of the following series: Listening Room.
Summary: 'Genoa River, Wangarabel': An extract from a larger work about the aftermath of a Victorian bushfire.
Summary: 'Existential': A few seconds of original sound material - an electronic pulse - have been manipulated by the artist, a French acousmatician at the Queensland Conservatorium, to create melodic profiles, a landscape of the mind.
Summary: 'The path: sun pouring down': A journey through states of consciousness. The way of listening. Chris Abrahams, keyboards; Lobsang Tsering, voice.
Non-commercial recording. For study purposes only.
Originally broadcast on The Listening Room, ABC Classic FM, 27 March 2000.
Summary: 'How do you paint the wind': In the bleak expanse of shingle that faces the nuclear power station in Dungeness, Kent, artist and film maker Derek Jarman made his final home. Songlike impressions of a garden haunted by paradise, based on recordings made at Prospect Cottage in Dungeness. Composition and piano by Chris Abrahams. Produced by Sherre DeLys.
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