tjukurpa : for solo contrabass clarinet
by Philip Czaplowski (2021)
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Library shelf no. 788.65/CZA 1 [Available for loan]
Inspiration for this work is from the following source:
"Tjukurpa is the foundation of Anangu life and society. Tjukurpa refers to the creation period when ancestral beings, Tjukaritja, created the world as we know it, and from this the religion, law and moral systems. 'Dreamtime' or 'Dreaming' is often used to describe the way we and other Indigenous Australians see our origins. This translation suggests the beliefs are unreal. Tjukurpa is no dream, and there is no such word as 'Dreamtime' in Anangu languages".
Instrumentation: Contrabass clarinet.
Duration: 4 min.
Dedication note: Composed for Fabrizio Bardelli
Accidentals apply throughout the bar unless cancelled by another accidental, and only in the octave in which they occur.
- Inspired by: Indigenous Australian Culture
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