New Uluru Rain Michael D. Konkin

New Uluru Rain is a musical composition, a changing soundscape, and a desert metaphor; a reinterpretation of a rare summer storm in an electroacoustic musical format. Also composed as an eight-channel piece, it was inspired by the natural counterpoint and dynamic motion of a changing landscape. The rhetorical oxymoron of accessible yet abstract yet recognizable composing, was a central theme in its inception.

It was created through a collage of computer transformation processes of several sound sources, including an Australian didgeridoo, voice, a number of orchestral instruments, and a rainfall backdrop.

  • Year of composition: 2001
  • Duration of the submitted work: 7:59

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  • Allen, Beaudet, Bélanger, Bernier, Bourque, Brown, Bry-Marfaing, Caza, Chantre, Cheng…
    46 tracks

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