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Issue Details: First known date: 2009... 2009 The Freak Songs
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Notes

  • A song cycle written for performance with the music of Jonathan Mills

Includes

The Male Seahorse i "I brew", Dorothy Porter , Jonathan Mills (composer), 2009 single work lyric/song
— Appears in: The Bee Hut 2009; (p. 111-112)
The Winged Human i "Wings, you took advantage", Dorothy Porter , Jonathan Mills (composer), 2009 single work lyric/song
— Appears in: The Bee Hut 2009; (p. 113-114)
The Fruits of Original Sin i "The fruits of Spring", Dorothy Porter , Jonathan Mills (composer), 2009 single work lyric/song
— Appears in: The Bee Hut 2009; (p. 115-116)
Cat Woman i "Purr and claws", Dorothy Porter , Jonathan Mills (composer), 2009 single work lyric/song
— Appears in: The Bee Hut 2009; (p. 117-)
The Veiled Lady i "Lord God", Dorothy Porter , Jonathan Mills (composer), 2009 single work lyric/song
— Appears in: The Bee Hut 2009; (p. 119-120)
Imagination i "I'm your real world", Dorothy Porter , Jonathan Mills (composer), 2009 single work lyric/song
— Appears in: The Bee Hut 2009; (p. 121-123)
The Bluebird of Death i "You live your life", Dorothy Porter , Jonathan Mills (composer), 2009 single work lyric/song
— Appears in: The Bee Hut 2009; (p. 124-126)

Publication Details of Only Known VersionEarliest 2 Known Versions of

  • Appears in:
    y separately published work icon The Bee Hut Dorothy Porter , Melbourne : Black Inc. , 2009 Z1615366 2009 selected work poetry 'The Bee Hut, [Dorothy Porter's] fifteenth book, brings together the poems she wrote in the last five years of her life. By turns expansive and intimate, effusive and contemplative, these poems roam widely: there are journeys into history and to sacred places both mythic and deeply personal.' (From the publisher's website.) Melbourne : Black Inc. , 2009 pg. 111-126
Last amended 25 Nov 2009 13:10:50
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