Sound Lounge for Friday 29 September 2017
Tune in for Salina Fisher, Sounz Contemporary Award winner 2017. Charlotte spoke to her this morning about the winning work, Tōrino, and how she feels about winning for the second year in a row at the age of just 23.
Plus: the other winning music we’ve been featuring, Tim Prebble for his soundtrack for One Thousand Ropes, winner of APRA Best Original Music in a Feature Film Award, and Claire Cowan for the TV mini-series Hillary, APRA Best Original Music in a Series Award.
Also: some more from Wu Man, the most famous pipa player in the world, who’s been in the country performing with the NZSQ. And in the second hour, the second part of the Auckland Philharmonia’s moving emerging composers’ project, Letters in Wartime.
Salina FISHER: Torino
New Zealand String Quartet
CLAIRE COWAN: Selection from the soundtrack to Hillary
TIM PREBBLE: Selection from the soundtrack to One Thousand Ropes
HARRISON: Pipa Concerto
Wu Man (pipa), Chicago SO/Miguel Harth-Bedoya
Chicago SO CSOR 901 80
10:00 Letters in Wartime Part 2
In May 2015, the Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra marked the 100th anniversary of a one-day ceasefire during the Gallipoli campaign with a special concert held in the Events Centre of the Auckland War Memorial Museum.
New works by emerging composers were written in response to letters, taken from the Museum’s collection. The letters were penned by soldiers serving in the First World War to their loved ones back in New Zealand.We’ll hear the second two of these works tonight.
The APO also presents a new work by Kenneth Young, commemorating this historic ceasefire that allowed both sides to bury their dead after a month of fierce fighting.
JONATHAN MANDENO: Au revoir; LOUISE WEBSTER: Where Moons Circle and Burn; KENNETH YOUNG: Dona eis Requiem - Elizabeth Mandeno (sop), Jarvis Dams (bar), Kentoris, Auckland Philharmonia Orch/Hamish McKeich
11:00 New Music Dreams
Motte - Hobart Improvisations
Last year Christchurch experimental violinist and singer Anita Clark toured Australia under her musical moniker, Motte. One afternoon, dead in the centre of the tour, she had some studio time with Timothy Chivers at the Hobart Conservatorium in Tasmania. The result of this session was her four Hobart improvisations.
MOTTE: Hobart Improvisations (recorded 14th July, 2016)
Anita Clark (vln)
MOTTE: Thin Air, from the album Strange Dreams
Anita Clark (voice, vln), Indira Force (synth)