Singing in Tongues : operas and vocal works 1993-2008 / Liza Lim.
Featured Australian works
||Mother Tongue (2005) song cycle for soprano and 15 instruments
Recorded/performed at: Verbrygghen Hall, Sydney Conservatorium of Music, on 11 Jul 06.
|Patricia Sykes and Liza Lim||Elision Ensemble||37 mins, 7 sec.|
||Navigator (2008) — chamber opera
Recorded/performed at: Second dress rehearsal, Judith Wright Centre of Contemporary Arts, Brisbane, on 29 Jul 08.
|Patricia Sykes and Liza Lim||Elision Ensemble||1 hours, 19 mins, 56 sec.|
||The Oresteia (1993) memory theatre (opera) in 7 parts based on Aeschylus' drama
Recorded/performed at: Dallas Brookes Hall, Melbourne, on May 93.
|Liza Lim, Barrie Kosky and Liza Lim||Elision Ensemble||49 mins, 1 sec.|
||Yuè lìng jié : Moon spirit feasting (1999) ritual street opera in 7 parts — Chang-O Flies to the Moon
Recorded/performed at: The Powerhouse, Brisbane, on 20 Jul 03.
|Liza Lim and Beth Yahp||Elision Ensemble||10 mins, 7 sec.|
This three-disc collection documents the operas and major vocal works composed by Liza Lim for ELISION, Australia's preeminent new music ensemble, with whom Lim has maintained a close collaborative relationship for nearly four decades. As with all of her works for the stage, here Lim embraces opera's opportunities to explore radical ideas of anthropological ritual, transculturalism, transfiguration, and the spiritual dimensions of myth, memory, language, and culture.
Duration: 146 min.
Includes liner notes.
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