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World New Music Magazine #20 - Australia 2010

 

 

 

Year of Publication: 
2010

 

ISCM is releasing In connection to the ISCM World New Music Days 2010, a new issue of the World New Music Magazine, produced by the Australian Music Centre. A 204 pages issue, typeset and designed by Philippa Horn, including 2 CD's under courtesy of the New Music Network, Australia The cover image is by Emily Sandrussi; photo from Campbelltown Arts Centre, Burning Piano by Annea Lockwood on Saturday 1 May 2010.

One can read a.o. about items related to the festival by diverse contributors:

  • Bruce Crossman: Spiritual Essences: Sounds of an Asian-Pacific Place, Personality and Spirit in Double Resonances
  • Linda Kouvaras: Toilets, Tears and Transcendence: The Postmodern (Dis) Placement of, and in, Two Water-Based Examples of Australian Sound Art
  • Glenda Keam: Here and there: Observing eddies and currents in the flow of compositional concern on both sides of the Tasman
  • Paul Stanhope: New Australian compositions for chamber choir
  • Andrew Schultz: Creativity and crisis: some thoughts on self-management
  • Jelle Dierickx: Absence down under: The presence and absence of sound and performance poetry in Australia
  • Jo Dyer: Living Songs: Music, Law and Culture in Aboriginal Australia
  • Anni Heino Rosemary: Joy and the sound world in miniature
  • Andrew Ford: Eulogy Richard Meale
  • Danielle Bentley: Writeoff
  • Graeme Skinner: Conversations at Sandy Creek: Graeme Skinner chats with Gordon Kerry, author of New Classical Music: Composing Australia
  • Warren Burt: Ways of listening: an incomplete catalogue
  • Jonathan W. Marshall: Flatness, Ornamentality and the Sonic Image: Puncturing flanerie and postcolonial memorialisation in the work of David Chesworth and Sonia Leber
  • Michael Atherton: Oku Ou Talanoa Mo Hoku Loto: A Musical Realisation of Te Arikinui Te Atairangikaahu: Telling the North from the South
  • Ross Bolleter: The Well Weathered Piano: A Study in Ruin
  • Carl Crossin: Unbearable beauty!
  • Garth Paine: Noise and Texture, Towards an Asian-Influenced Composition Approach to the Concert Flute
  • Anni Heino: Claire Edwardes: Coming a full circle
  • Colin Black: An Overview of Australian Radiophonic and Radio Art Practices
  • Reports from the World New Music Days in Sydney 2010, Sweden 2009 

 

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