Tag Archives: shakuhachi

Deep Listening

This article was originally posted on Tunnel Number Five FACEBOOK page on 13 August 2016, three days before the festival of underground music began.  1,198 people reached From Tuesday to Saturday, here in Darwin, we have a chance to practice … Continue reading

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Husshh … hearing takayna

“An ecstatic meditation on ancient takayna/Tarkine wilderness in sound and words” That’s the bi-line Emily wrote when she invited me to join her in Tassie to take part in the Tarkine in Motion project, followed by a series of concerts … Continue reading

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Table Cape to Design Tasmania

From the Tarkine, Em and I drove to Wynyard on the north coast and spent one and a half days in and around the Table Cape Lighthouse, using the acoustic to inspire new music, and also sitting outside by ourselves … Continue reading

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Darwin Underground

… CLICK HERE for Darwin Whispered Shadows Poster PDF A deep listening experience… … Darwin PRESS Release: Whispered Shadows by Anne Norman – shakuhachi A slow unfolding of spell-binding music: bamboo flute meditations and improvisations with violin in the haunting acoustics … Continue reading

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unborn melodies

a solitary lightflute keeps vigil on the shore of consciousness beaming unborn melodies across an ocean of incessant thought beyond the liminal curve of the ear’s horizon

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The man in the purple suit

I had a gig on Sunday afternoon in Adelaide, in a quaint old stone building called “The Chapel” within the precinct of the Migration Museum. Afterwards, chatting with audience members (friends and strangers), I met Melvyn Cann, a silver-haired gentleman … Continue reading

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LightFlute

I spent several days playing the LightFlute on a remote point on Bruny Island in the Southern Ocean in October 2014. It was a remarkable experience. They call it a Light House… but no-one lives in it. It is a … Continue reading

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