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Australian by birth but a long-time resident of Great Britain, David Lumsdaine (b.1931) is central to both Australian and British modernism. By analysing a series of Lumsdaine's compositions, focusing on works written between 1966 and 1980, Hooper places Lumsdaine's music in the context of Australian and British avant-gardes, and reveals its elegance, lyricism and technical virtuosity.

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