ORIGINAL WORKS

"Suspension of Disbelief" for bass flute and suspended objects (2019). Composed and performed by Jodie Rottle. Video by Tangible Media. Audio by Steve Thornely.

Pete and Pete Meet (2019) Sound art for objects and one performer. Composed and performed by Jodie Rottle. Video by Tangible Media. Audio by Steve Thornely.

"Pete's Dance" (2019) for alto flute and finger puppet composed and performed by Jodie Rottle. Video by Tangible Media. Audio by Steve Thornely.

“Hold It In” (2019) for one performer on piccolo and balloon. Composed and performed by Jodie Rottle. Video by Tangible Media. Audio by Steve Thornely.

“Chatter” (2019) by Jodie Rottle Performed by Jodie Rottle. Video by Tangible Media. Audio by Steve Thornely.

"Everyday" for electric toothbrush and sustained pitches by Jodie Rottle (2015) Performed in a bathroom by Jodie Rottle (toothbrush) and Rebecca Lloyd-Jones (bowed objects) Brisbane, Australia 2018

"Nice Coal Dwan" is a performance piece exploring the sounds of historic campfire objects from Harrigan's Lane. It features Liam Flenady as his exuberant and robotic character Coal Dwan. The premiere took place at a the fourth Easter at the Piano Mill on 21 April 2019, a day described as "beautiful and sunny" by Coal Dwan.

Musical happenings aboard a mini bus, touring through the forest on the way to the "Arboreal Folly." Featuring Jodie Rottle - Flute & voice, Rebecca Lloyd-Jones, percussion, and special guest driver "Pierre". Video by Tangible Media. Recorded during Easter at The Piano Mill 2018. www.clockedout.org | www.thepianomill.org

An original graphic score exploring the music and language of wolves, inspired by Robert Redford's album "The Music and Language of the Wolves". 


 

RECORDINGS

Click to listen to the Elemental program performed by Kupka’s Piano and podcast by ABC Classic FM - New Waves. Featured composers include Samantha Wolf, Samuel Smith, Lisa Illean, Jakob Bragg, and Hannah Reardon-Smith.