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Jon Rose on History of Listening to Australian Music (ABC podcast)

came across this ABC Radio National podcast via the clan analogue list : Jon Rose: Listening to history - proposals for reclaiming the practice of music

(info from Radio National site)
Each year, someone involved in music in Australia is invited to give the Peggy Glanville-Hicks Address. Peggy Glanville-Hicks was an Australian composer, most prolific in the 1950s. And this lecture, in her name and spirit, is intended to 'challenge the status quo and raise issues of importance in new music'.

Jon Rose is the most recent of these lecturers. For over thirty years, he's been at the sharp end of experimental and improvised music-making in Australia—playing fences for example.

Today we're bringing you his address—and we're devoting the whole program to it, because he does this fantastically broad sweep across our musical history—Indigenous, colonial and beyond. And what he uncovers are stories of the extraordinary, the forgotten, and the unorthodox, beginning with the arrival of the First Fleet.

This program is an edited version of the lecture but there's a full transcript available on the New Music Network website.

The Peggy Glanville-Hicks Address was given at The Mint in Sydney, in December last year, under the auspices of the Historic Houses Trust and the New Music Network, with the support of Arts New South Wales.

the download link & link to listen is on the Radio National page

the transcript is available at New Music Network website (though I couldn't find it.. so if anyone does, pls let me know)

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