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Edwin Armstrong overture


The Edwin Armstrong overture / by Robert Iolini. Oradio / by Graeme Leak. The afternoon tea series / by Steve Adam. Arcana from lost cults, vol. 1, no. 1 (The cult of the vapour trail) / by Shaun Rigney. The cosmic joke / by AdrenaLentil. Unreal fair / by Sarah de Jong. Chris Abr

  • 1 CD (72 min.)
  • Sales Availability: This item is not commercially available from the Australian Music Centre. We regret that we cannot offer it for sale.
  • Library Availability: CDL 106 — Available for loan


This item is not commercially available from the Australian Music Centre. We regret that we cannot offer it for sale.

Featured Australian works

  Work Composer PerformersDuration
Afternoon tea series — radiophonic music Steve Adam
Cosmic joke — radiophonic music Graeme AdrenaLentil
Unreal fair — radiophonic music
Recorded/performed at: Troy Horse Studios, Sydney, on 1996.
Sarah De Jong Satsuki Odamura, Mara Kiek, Philip South 6 mins, 54 sec.
The Edwin Armstrong overture — radiophonic music Robert Iolini
Oradio — radiophonic music Graeme Leak
Arcana from lost cults, vol. 1 no. 1 — radiophonic music Shaun Rigney

Product details

Duration: 72 min.

This product forms part of the following series: Listening Room.

Broadcast on "The Listening Room' on ABC Classic FM, on 17 November 1997, as part of Australian Music Week.

Works by Leak, Rigney, and AdrenaLentil are in 'Earshots' series of 3-minute audio clips commissioned by The Listening Room.

'Edwin Armstrong overture': composition, sample editing and performance by Robert Iolini. 'Oradio": drums, string cans and two wild AM radios create wonderful real-time rhythms. 'Afternoon tea series': electro-acoustic composer Adam uses advanced digital sound manipulation techniques to explore the mundane rituals of tea cups, sugar bowls and coffee machines. 'Arcana from lost cults': a perfect white cloud, in the form of a line, divides the sky into two irreconcilable parts. 'The cosmic joke': techno rhythms drive the narrative in this pulsating piece. 'Unreal fair': work for koto, percussion and voice (Satsuki Odmura: koto; Philip South: percussion; Mara Kiek: vocals), introduced by the composer. Chris Abrahams gives a performance of his latest work for piano.

Non-commercial recording. For study purposes only.

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