Relay for radio / by Paul Carter. Moves and games / by Jon Rose. An acoustic fanfare / by Russell Stapleton.
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|Relay for radio||Paul Carter|
|Moves and games — radiophonic music||Jon Rose|
|Acoustic fanfare||Russell Stapleton|
Duration: 65 min.
This product forms part of the following series: Listening Room.
'Moves and games': a musical work for virtuoso violin, midi and samples, incorporating highlights of Australia's Olympic glory. A satire on sport, politics and the violin in six movements, named after the most commonly pulled muscles of violinists.
'An acoustic fanfare': a collage to sound the end of the Cultural Olympics.
'Relay for radio" The program, by Paul Carter and Ruark Lewis, is derived from the text-based, site-specific art work installed at Fig Grove, Sydney next to the Homebush Bay stadium. It comprises 16 'Olympian Odes' in the tradition of the dada/futurist, trans-lingual voice poem, a poem which evokes the meaning of the Olypmics to Australians. A performance of the public art work for the Sydney Olympics.
Originally broadcast on The Listening Room, ABC Classic FM, 18 September 2000.
Non-commercial recording. For study purposes only.
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