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Amrap's AirIt | Australian Music Radio Airplay Project :: Folk :: Cathie O'Sullivan - Song of Artesian Waters
 

Cathie O'Sullivan - Song of Artesian Waters

Cathie O'Sullivan - Song of Artesian Waters
Cathie O’Sullivan was (& sometimes still is) a consummate performer who refuses to be pigeon-holed. She is one of those rare singers who can take the listener on a musical voyage with a voice charged with the ornamentation and beauty of Australia’s Celtic heritage. As a songwriter she explored the poetry of both the rural and the urban environment with original compositions like ‘Cameron Quartermain’ and, at the same time, entered creative partnerships with such noted wordsmiths as David Campbell, R.F. Brissendon and A.B.Paterson. Add to this heady brew her inspired music played on the brass-strung Celtic harp.

Originally released in 1996, ‘Dark Pleasures & Angels’ is her sixth album and offers some truly wonderful music including a choral work drawn from Maori poetry and the art of Ralph Hotere and Colin McCahon. There is also Cathie’s original music for ‘Inside Dry Water’ where inspiration came from Arthur Boyd’s ‘Bride In The Bush’ series.

Cathie O’Sullivan was an integral part of The Larrikins, has two degrees and a Ph.D in literature and art; is a fine tin whistle player and a mother to boot!

Cathie O’Sullivan’s music is timeless as it salutes the past and rides into the future.

About this track...

The interpretation of folk song, including the marrying of new tunes to poetry, constantly changes. Here Cathie O’Sullivan sets music over the wonderful poem of noted wordsmith Banjo Patterson. Add to this heady brew her inspired music played on the brass-strung Celtic harp.

Other tracks by Cathie O'Sullivan: Cameron Quartermain  -  Dark Pleasures
Details
Number Of People In Act Solo
State/Territory Artist Is Based In ACT
City/Town/Region Artist Is Based In Canberra
Taken From The Release Titled Dark Pleasures & Angels
Copyright Holder's Name Undercover Music Pty Ltd
Publisher Control
Media Servicing Date 2017-11-03
Main Genre Folk
Genre 2 Easy Listening
Contains explicit lyrics or themes that may offend some listeners No
Artist Official Web Site http://www.undercovermusic.com.au/cathie_osullivan.htm
Artist Social Network Page
Online Store Page 1
Content Provider Undercover Music