I walked into my mother / Moya Henderson. Mungo / by Ros Bandt. Talk to sleep : mind, body and soul / by Gregory Whitehead.
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||Mungo (1992) for installation
Recorded/performed at: Studio Akustische Kunst, WDR, Cologne, Germany.
Voice: Aboriginal Tribal Elder Aunty Alice Kelly, Mutti Mutti Tribe.
|Ros Bandt||Ros Bandt, Ederic Slater, Stephen Tilley, Benedikt Bitzenhofer||32 mins, 49 sec.|
|I walked into my mother||Moya Henderson|
Duration: 72 min.
This product forms part of the following series: Listening Room.
Non-commercial recording, for study purposes only.
Broadcast on "The Listening Room" on ABC Classic FM, 30th August 1999.
'Mungo': A radiophonic composition jouneying into the psyche of one of Australia's most significant world heritage areas. An aeolian harp receives the vibrations and the spirit of an ancient place. Composed and performed by Ros Bandt. Harp designed by Ros Bandt.
The second program which is part of Australian Perspecta 1999: Moya Henderson addresses the subject of reconciliation, which she argues is critical to this time.
'Talk to sleep: mind, body and soul': another imaginary conversation with a possible person, this week, a performance artist. From the USA.
Program no.: 30/99.
'I walked into my mother': a musical setting of the evidence presented by one witness to the National Inquiry into the Separation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island Children from their Families. Music composed abnd directerd by Moya Henderson. With Stephanie McCallum (piano), Susan Blake (violoncello) and Kirsten Williams (violin). The program was the ABC's entry in the Music Category of the 1999 Prix Italia.
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