Swimming the luna sea : electronics
by Jonathan Mustard (2004)
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Library shelf no. CD 1389 [Available for loan]
This three movement work was commissioned by TasDance in February 2004 for their Light and Dark Season, which played at the Earl Arts Theatre in Launceston, in Hobart and in Melbourne later that year. The three movements; Light, Dark and White Dew, reflect the concerns of the choreographer, Chrissie Parrott on aspects of love and a kind of mysterious savagery inspired by the paintings of Odd Nerdrum.
Duration: 37 min.
Difficulty: N/A - Not for live performance
Contents note: In 3 movements.
Dedication note: Dedicated to Chrissie Parrott
Commission note: Commissioned by TasDance 2004
First performance: 2004. Earl Arts Theatre, Launceston, TAS
- Inspired by: Visual arts works
Performances of this work
2004: Earl Arts Theatre, Launceston, TAS
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