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jameson feakes, josten myburgh, michael pisaro-liu
two scrolls from western australia
 
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michael pisaro-liu
josten myburgh (alto saxophone), jameson feakes (electric guitar)


 
 


michael pisaro-liu (1961)
two scrolls from western australia
 

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02           2


performed by: josten myburgh (alto saxophone), jameson feakes (electric guitar)



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►  2 (24:00)

 
 

 
 
“when one contemplates there is no form, but when one examines, there is coherence.”

bu yantu, quoted by françois jullien in the great image has no form

 

two scrolls in western australia was written in collaboration with jameson feakes and josten myburgh. i asked each musician to select a location in western australia and then to make a set of field recordings there at different times of day. these recordings form the basis of the two scrolls. as with scroll paintings made in china from the song dynasty onward, poetic characters (here represented by music for the two instruments) are placed above the landscape.

michael pisaro-liu


 

 
the artists wish to pay acknowledgement to whadjuk noongar, chumash, tongva, fernandeño tataviam and kizh lands, and custodians and elders of these lands past, present & future.
the development and recording of this work was supported by the western australian government through the department of local government, sports and cultural industries.