Songs for Imberombera : for voices, percussion and strings
by Michael Atherton (1997)
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Instrumentation: SSA (children's) choir, percussion (3 players), strings (violins I & II, violoncellos, double bass) (instrumentation varies between the 4 Songs).
Dedication note: The work is dedicated to the principle of reconciliation.
The textual ideas were developed in collaboration with Rosalind McGrath for songs One and Two, whereas Three is an adaptation of lines from 'The Opal', a poem written by William Porter-Young. The fourth song is a collage of mnemonic sounds ... and Indian pitch sounds.
- Has as subject/About: Landscape and Nature
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