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PEACE SONG TAPESTRIES RADIO BROADCAST
The Peace Song Tapestries radio program was broadcast on SBS World View from November 2007 to April 2008.
Each week under the aegis of the musical director , the program presented peace songs from Australia's young musicians. The Peace Song Tapestries radio program was produced by Attila Mosonyi.
Thank you to all those music makers who contributed to the program and especially to our guest Presenters: Awar & Thomas Ayuel, Zaeed, Shegufta, Eddie, Johnny, Daniel, Audrey, Kate, Josh Batty, Paul Bender, Luke Batty, Rahat and Kim Dylan.
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Kim Dylan and Rahat, youth ambassador for Earth Hour were our guest hosts for the final program of the Peace Song Tapestries. The first piece presented this week by Dr Tom was 'Out of the Atmosphere' by Mave. We then heard 'Looking after Number One' by performance poet Bridget Lewis and our final work by virtuoso computer musician Josh Batty.
The first piece presented this week by Dr Tom was 'Global Warming', a collaboration between guest hosts, poet Rahat and musician Kim Dylan. We heard 'Peace be with you' from the Fitzroy Community School Choir, sung in five different languages and then an 'a capella' work by singer and composer, Kristen.
This weeks Peace Song Tapestries was presented by musicians Josh and Luke Batty. We revisited an earlier theme of Understanding & celebrating Aboriginal Australia when Dr Tom introduced 'Sorry' by Kim Dylan, which was followed by 'Global Caring Blues' by the Swing Jazz Quartet from Geelong Grammer and the final piece this week was 'Temple' by Mave Hook.
This weeks Peace Song Tapestries was presented by musicians Josh and Luke Batty. Dr Tom introduced the music for this week 'Celebration of a Journey' by Kim Dylan for solo piano and orchestra, 'Getting Hotter' by heavy metal guitarist Darrell Brecknell and finally to Angus Hocking's piece for clarinet about the threat to birds and their song.
This weeks Peace Song Tapestries was presented by musicians Josh and Luke Batty. Dr Tom introduced the music for this week 'Improvisation on a Global Warming Theme' by Martin Hicks, an a Capella composition 'Unkind' by Kristen and finally 'Seafaring Song' by James Hardcastle.
This weeks Peace Song Tapestries was presented by musicians Josh Batty and Paul Bender. Dr Tom introduced one of Paul Bender's compositions and we also listened to a 'Louder on the inside' from Mark Hollis and 'Improvising piece' by Melbourne double bass player Kane Boulaise.
Presented by musicians Josh Batty and Paul Bender. Dr Tom introduced one of Josh's compositions which explores our current theme of global warming through music. Visit the Peacemakers in Action page to play Josh's piece.
We also listened to an improvised piece from the accoustic duo of Tom Morgan and Joanna Schornikow and finally we heard a composition by Shegufta expressing her appreciation of her family, 'My family and music'.
This weeks Peace Song Tapestries was presented by musicians Josh Batty and Paul Bender. Dr Tom introduced a piece by four Armadale musicians, 'Turkish Delight' which was recorded at the recent Tamworth Music Festival, some music utilizing some very unusual instruments from a young Melbourne group Combover and to 'Family', a composition by Ty of East Lakes Public School.
Peace Song Tapestries was presented by musicians Daniel and Kate. Dr Tom introduced a lyrical waltz time piece created by the Natalie Bartsch trio, the Aboriginal children's choir who sang their welcome song in their own language and finally 'Peace Song' composed by Joanna Schornikow and Tom Morgan.
Peace Song Tapestries was presented by musicians Daniel and Kate. Dr Tom introduced 'Roger the Robot' composed by Tom Morgan - played by Tom and his band. We also heard 'Fly, Monica, Fly' composed for Monica Seles by the Melbourne band, The Yong Elders, and folk songs sung in a number of languages by students from the Collingwood English Language School.
Presented by musicians Daniel and Kate. Dr Tom introduced the creative music class from Mt Dandenong Primary School, 'Ensemble' by Matt Cartwright and 'Echoes of Gaia', a contribution sent in from a trio in Malta. Visit the Ensemble page to play Matt's work and read about the development of the project.
The twelth Peace Song Tapestries was presented by composers Daniel and Audrey. Dr Tom focused on composer performers who play solo instruments, through the music of Natalie Barch of Melbourne and her piano improvisation 'Ideas for us', a drum improvisation from instrumentalist Matthew Miller, and Michelle Whelan playing double bass.
In the eleventh Peace Song Tapestries broadcast presented by composers Daniel and Audrey, Dr Tom introduced us to 'Genesis' by Chris Harkin, 'The Last Night' by one of the presenters Daniel Manera, and finally to three members of the musical Galea family and a piece improvised during their visit to the studio.
In the tenth Peace Song Tapestries broadcast presented by composers Daniel and Audrey, Dr Tom introduced us to 'Resolute' by Matt Cartwright, 'The Crystal Child' composed by presenter Audrey Burdon, and finally to two young Balmain musicians, pianist Aurora and trumpeter Conner jamming to a folk piece 'ACA' recorded for the Peace Song Tapestries by Irish Fiddler Martin Hayes during a recent visit to Sydney.
Presented by Eddie & Johnny of Gawura campu within St Andrew's Cathedral School. Dr Tom introduced us to percussionist David and his marimba sounds. We also heard 'Inside' composed by Tim Bates and 'Blues for the First Time' by Kate Delahunty, Daniel Manera and Alec Marshall.
In the eighth broadcast of the Peace Song Tapestries, Dr Tom interviewed violinist Nikki Vasilakis who then played a piece from her Greek Island heritage. Presenters Eddie & Johnny told of the process of reconciliation with their new Gawura campu within St Andrew's Cathedral School. We also heard 'Dynamic Outback Industries' composed by electro-acoustical musician Josh Batty & Tim Bate's composition 'With lazy hands I strike you'.
In our seventh program, two new presenters Eddie & Johnny from St Andrew's Cathedral School Community introduced our new peace theme - getting on with your family and your community. Dr Tom interviewed a young violist Kate Delahunty and we heard her interpretation of a traditional jewish piece, 'The Romanian Hora'. The program also featured teh unusual 'Everything you hold worthwhile' by Murray Stace and a bass solo composed by Danny Maneri.
Our sixth program featured music from Reconciliation Symphony composed by Dr Tom with Wurundjeri elder Murrindindi & performed with the students of Wesley College in Melbourne.
Guest hosts for this week were Zaeed & Shegufta. We heard 'Working it out together' composed by Arith and 'Stand together in one place' by Janet Swain, a piece commissioned by the City of Sydney Council for Harmony Day 2007. Visit the Peacemakers in Action page to play 'Stand together in one place'
Our fifth program featured an interview with Wurundjeri elder Murrindindi and his song 'Good Morning', and the 'Farewell Song' from the Aboriginal Childrens Choir. Presenters Zaeed & Shegufta introduced us to Paul Kopetko & his beautiful composition 'Dusk'. Visit the Peacemakers in Action page to play 'Dusk'
In our fourth program, presenters Zaeed & Shegufta introduced us to three young composers 'Peace Song' by Gareth Davies, 'Shephat's Beat' by Shephat and 'Sunday Float' by Josh Batty
The third program included 'Reaching out our hands' by Janet Swain, 'Aboriginal Dream' by Ty and featured the Healesville Aboriginal Children's Choir, who are saving Aboriginal languages through their music.
Craig Hope presented 'Unsure' and Zaeed 'A Survivor's Story'. The program featured Wurunjeri Elder and Songwriter, Joy Murphy's Welcome Song, followed by an interview with Joy by Dr Tom.
In the introductory Peace Songs Tapestry program, presenters Awar & Thomas Ayuel introduced us to music makers Sina 'Peace for Living', Jack Kirkpatrick 'Fade' and Ursula Yovitch 'Don't play with my heart'.
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