Lake Emu ; River red gums : Australian soundscapes. Volume three / recorded and composed by David Lumsdaine.
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Lake Emu is a flood lake on the Darling River in far west New South Wales in Kinchega National Park. River Red Gums and Black Box were recorded at the Darling River. There is an abundance of birdlife in both places.
Duration: 72 min.
Contents note: Lake Emu 1: Moonlight to first light -- Lake Emu 2: Sunrise -- Lake Emu 3: Mid morning, wind on the lake -- Lake Emu 4: Sunset -- Lake Emu 5: Moonlight -- River red gums 1: Dawn -- Black box 1: Dawn -- River red gums 2: Mid morning -- Black box 2: Mid morning -- River red gums 3: Evening.
"Both these soundscapes were commissioned by the Australian Broadcasting Corporation and first broadcast weekly in May 1990. They were remastered in December 1995, substantial changes being made to 'River red gums and black box'" -- Container.
Title on container: Lake Emu, River red gums and Black box.
Comprised of recordings made of bird songs and other sounds from the environment, edited by the composer.
Recording level: ADD, DDD.
Capture session: Track 7 recorded in November 1984 ; all other tracks recorded in November 1989.
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