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Violin music for supermarkets

Author: Jon Rose
Publisher: Baltimore, MD : Megaphone Records, [1994]
Edition/Format:   Music CD : CD audio : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"'Violin music for supermarkets' consists of a kaleidoscope of short (sometimes very short) radiophonic soap operas packaged in an orgy of post modern violin music. Most of the music and text originates from the violin and the mind of Jon Rose ..."--Cover inlay.
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Material Type: Music
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Jon Rose
OCLC Number: 221896803
Notes: Compact disc.
Publisher's no.: Megaphone 016.
" ... originally made for and broadcast across Australia by the ABC Listening Room, 14/2/94"--Cover inlay.
Performer(s): Soap acting by Lucy Bell, Miranda Otto, Brian Rooney & Noah Taylor. Otherwise all soap vocals by Jon Rose.
Description: 1 audio disc (73.00) ; 4 3/4 in.
Contents: Kettle piece --
Mozak --
What shall we buy --
Window shopping --
The mouth with shopping list --
In the queue --
Techno soap --
Shopping in Italy --
Shopping for the bird --
Tribal chant --
Shopping in Tuva --Screwing --
All gotta go --
Shopping in Paris --Sharks feeding --
Post Cold War shopping --
Japanese porn ads --
A mystic experience --
Metal car advertising --
The new car --
Shopping for spare parts --
Auction of priceless jazz records --
Budget soap --
Shopping mall choir --
Shopping in Bangkok --Pumping the metaphor --Princess & Zuba --Department store (shopping) --Picking through the garbage --
The chair that thought it was a violin in a fire sale --
Hey Diddle Diddle --Ray and Raylin --
Mum's the word.
Responsibility: [by Jon Rose].

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"'Violin music for supermarkets' consists of a kaleidoscope of short (sometimes very short) radiophonic soap operas packaged in an orgy of post modern violin music. Most of the music and text originates from the violin and the mind of Jon Rose ..."--Cover inlay.

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