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Women beyond the barriers

The Sound Barrier : Playlist for Sunday 11 March 2018

Artist | Track/Song Name | Album Title | Label/Distributor | Comments

As usual, composers are listed first on tonight's playlist, followed by the name of the piece and then the performers. The details of the recording then follow, and last is the piece's duration.

Liza Lim | How Forests Think | Wu Wei (sheng); Elision Ensemble | The Wreck of Former Boundaries: Elision at 30 | NMC | 36:00

  1. Tendril and Rainfall
  2. Mycelia
  3. Pollen
  4. The Trees

Moya Henderson | Woman's Song | Elizabeth Campbell (mezzo-soprano) | Woman's Song: Australian Settings of Poetry by Judith Wright | Tall Poppies | 2:00

Susan Frykberg | Astonishing Sense of Being Taken Over by Something Greater than Me | Nancy di Novo (violin); Susan Frykberg (tape) | Astonishing Sense of Being Taken Over by Something Greater than Me | Earsay Productions | 8:53

Cat Hope | Broken Approach | Vanessa Tomlinson (percussion) | Ephemeral Rivers (Chamber Works by Cat Hope) | hat[now]ART | 12:02

Hannah Reardon-Smith | Olive | Kupka's Piano | Braneworlds | Kupka's Piano | 7:04

Ros Bandt | Pandora's Box | Ros Bandt (tarhu); Arthur McDevitt (voice) | Tarhu Connections | Hearing Places | 6:00

Mary Finsterer | Silva | Ensemble Offspring | Offspring Bites 1 | Ensemble Offspring on Bandcamp | 15:18

Be sure to check out the blog if you would like to read more about tonight's music and some of my thoughts on the contribution of women composers to new music.

 

 

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