Three by three / by Tony Barrell. Sonata for sampler, no. 3 / by Cathy Peters. Four first songs / by Martin Harrison.
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|Three by three||Tony Barrell|
|Sonata no. 3 : for shakuhachi — radiophonic music||Cathy Peters|
Duration: 59 min.
This product forms part of the following series: Listening Room.
Three by three: an investigation into the significance of threes, through sound, music and observation. With several contributors including Tony Grieg and Erik von Daniken.
Sonata for sampler, no. 3: a tranquil reverie on the qualities of the Japanese shakuhachi, transformed with the aid of a digital sampler. Performer: Kohachiro Miyata (flute).
Originally broadcast on The Listening Room, ABC Classic FM, 19 November 2001.
Non-commercial recording. For study purposes only.
Four first songs: Musical settings of four poems by Martin Harrison, which explore relationships between taped sounds, song and voice. A studio production of a performance originally presented at Writers in Recital at the Art Gallery of New South Wales. Sound by Russell Stapleton ; production by Andrew McLennan. Performers: reader: Norman Kaye ; vocalist: Jaqui Rutten ; music direction and piano: Jonathan Mills ; tape: Michael Bates ; flute: Geoffrey Collins ; bass clarinet: Nigel Westlake ; recorder: Ian Shanahan ; trumpet: James Blunt ; percussion: Graeme Leake ; violoncello: Catherine Hewgill.
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