Liza Lim single work   biography  
Issue Details: First known date: 2012 2012
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  • Epigraph:
    The body receives sounds not only through the ears,
    you can hear with your hand, you can hear with your
    stomach, you can hear with any part of the body...and I
    guess that attitude is perhaps related to something from
    the Chinese way of thinking about the body as a holistic
    system...that would be a beautiful way of talking about
    composition: and aural acupuncture.

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  • Appears in:
    y Women of Note : The Rise of Australian Women Composers Rosalind Appleby , Fremantle : Fremantle Press , 2012 Z1842003 2012 selected work biography 'In the early twentieth century being a female composer was a dangerous game; one composer was diagnosed as mentally insane by her psychiatrist husband, several achieved success only after their divorces and often the only way to get their music published was to lie about their gender. Still, the allure of writing music enticed women from all walks of life, and from the convent and the nappy-change table women began to compose.

    Music journalist Rosalind Appleby takes a fresh look at Australia's history and makes some startling discoveries about the contribution of women to Australian classical music. Women of Note puts together the missing pieces of history with well-researched snapshots of twenty women composers spanning the twentieth century to present day.' Source: (Sighted 14/02/2012).
    Fremantle : Fremantle Press , 2012
    pg. 113-120
Last amended 12 Mar 2012
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