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Published on Jun 12, 2012
Bachmann - ULURU - The Fractal Dreamtime
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02 Aboriginal women from Angatja
ULURU THE FRACTAL EXPERIENCE BY ROBERT CHRISTIAN BACHMANN ARVA 3901342 - DVD-9 / 2 DISCS DUAL-LAYER
Video/Movie No. 3 ULURU - The Fractal Dreamtime (*FSK) (*FSK: Freigegeben ohne Altersbeschränkung - no age limit - approved for children) Duration: 56'44'' Tracks: 13
"The Fractal Dreamtime" by Robert Christian Bachmann documents the composer's encounter with the Australian Aborigines. Song and dance, painting, traditions, and making a living -- these are the themes of his research journey to the origins of Australian culture. The action scenes are Angatja in Northwest South Australia, near Uluru/Ayers Rock, and Utopia in Northern Territory. As an original contribution to intercultural dialogue, the song "Uluru, Ulurunya" by Ivy Nganyinytja, Mabel Tjulkiwa and Jeannie Kunmanara from Angatja bears witness to the interactive encounter with Robert Bachmann and his music. "The Fractal Dreamtime" shows rarely movieed ritual Aboriginal song and dance scenes, and the composer's meeting in Utopia with the Australian painter Dave Pwerle Ross who created the ULURU picture "Two Star Men". This unique documentation of intercultural encounter gently introduces viewers to the Aboriginal "Dreamtime" mystery.
THE LONDON PHILHARMONIC THE LONDON VOICES ROYAL PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA BUDAPEST PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA BUDAPEST SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA BALASSAGYARMAT CITY CHORUS CHRISTINA ASCHER, mezzo-soprano JEANNE CHRISTEE, violin ELENA DENISOVA, violin MARSHALL WHYLER, didgeridoo VIRGINIA VON FABER-CASTELL, voice
Australian Aboriginal singers: DAVID PWERLE ROSS, Utopia, N.T. Australia LINDSAY BIRD MPETYANE, Akaye Soakage, N.T., Australia CHARLIE ILYATJARI, Angatja, S.A., Australia JEANNIE KUNMANARA, Angatja, S.A., Australia MABEL TJULKIWA, Angatgja, S.A., Australia IVY NGANYINTIA, Angatja, S.A., Australia The Pitjantjatjara People of Angatja Community, S.A., Austral
Portions of the recordings presented herein were made in Pitjantjatara Lands in north-west South Australia. The assistance of Anangu Pitjantjatara Council (an Incorporation of the Ngaanyatjarra and Yankunytjatjara Member Communities, Alice Springs, N.T. 0871), Angatja Community, David Pwerle Ross (The Painting of ULURU: Two Star Men; via Delmore Station N.T.) and Lindsay Bird Mpetyane (Utopia) and the people of Yulara (Ayers Rock Resort), who generously supported this project, is gratefully acknowledged.