In November, I wrote an article about my experience of composing music for Centennial Park Labyrinth for music industry publication Resonate, the magazine of the Australian Music Centre. Take a look:
In 2013, I began an amazing musical journey to write a piece of music for the labyrinth at Centennial Park in Sydney. Back then, the labyrinth was a painted path on the grass and I had a handful of musical ideas and a vision of a piece of music that gave listeners a meditation-like experience
At the heart of my music is a desire to communicate that sense of inner peace, wonder and joy that spontaneously arises when you’re in nature, meditating or contemplating a profound work of art.
Ever heard the roar of a tiger, frogs and insects in Borneo’s rainforest at night, or White-handed Gibbons singing? These are just a few of Marc Anderson’s favourite sounds that he has recorded.
This joyous and peaceful music was composed for Centennial Park labyrinth, a path for walking meditation. It is intended to be heard while walking the labyrinth. Download it to your smartphone or personal music device and listen via headphones.
Sydney ensemble Charisma will be premiering my piece ‘Out on the Wind’ for clarinet, cello and piano on Thursday 6 June 2013 at University of Technology Sydney as part of a concert of mostly Australian music. The concert starts at 6:30pm on Thursday 6 June at Bon Marche Studio (Building 3), University of Technology Sydney, entry via […]