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Title: The Pomegranate Cycle
Contributor(s): Klein, Eve (creator)
Publication Date: 2013
Open Access: Yes
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Abstract: The Pomegranate Cycle is a solo project, an opera that experiments in ambient electronica and post-classical forms, and that is woven from song, sound textures and fragmented orchestration. The Pomegranate Cycle responds to the myth of the Greek fertility goddess, Persephone, to engage with issues of violence against women. It critiques opera's reliance on stories about gendered violence, perpetuated in the trope of the dying soprano: this Persephone lives and heals following her tragic violation. Music Publisher's number: WW12.
Publication Type: Recorded/rendered Creative Works - Performance
Publisher: Wood and Wire
Place of Publication: Strawberry Hills, Australia
Field of Research (FOR): 190406 Music Composition
190407 Music Performance
Socio-Economic Outcome Codes: 950101 Music
Format: Recorded performance (16 tracks), Duration approximately 61 minutes
HERDC Category Description: Z11 Recorded/Rendered creative works - Performance
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