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Coastline Project

Tracing a flutist’s unfolding practices and transitions  By Dr Jean Penny Winding down through the Otway Ranges in southern Victoria, Australia, through steep hills and lush rainforest, the first glimpse of the sea, whether azure blue, green or purple grey, is always stunningly beautiful. It entices one immediately into the littoral zone, to the convergences of land and sea,…

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Female composers from down under, flute works, 1960s – 2000s

by Laura Chislett Australians love to move. Many of us spend weekends in The Great Outdoors participating in sport or simply experiencing the beauty of the natural world. The aural representation of landscape became a central theme of Australian composition from the mid 20th century onwards; likewise, the incorporation of elements from the cultures to our north. Toru Takemitsu…

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