Water dripping in a bowl / [by Malte Jasperson and John Theocharis]. Through the eyes of a phoenix / [by Sarah de Jong]
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|Through the eyes of a phoenix||Sarah De Jong|
|Water dripping in a bowl||Malte Jasperson|
|Water dripping in a bowl||John Theocharis|
Duration: 68 min.
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'Through the eyes of the phoenix': excerpt of a choreographic work springing from a metaphor for rebirth, by Australian composer Sarah de Jong and performed by The Vietnam Opera Ballet Theatre Orchestra with violin soloist Mahn Hung. The piece combines traditional Vietnamese and western instruments. The composer introduces the work.
Non-commercial recording. For study purposes only.
Broadcast on "The Listening Room" on ABC CLassic FM, on 3 November 1997.
'Water dripping in a bowl': adapting a program recorded in Japan by Jasperson, Theocharis creates a kimono for radio, woven with the sounds and embroidered with the silences and the words of the ancient city of Kyoto.
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