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    Free download of Centennial Park Labyrinth composition

 

The Centennial Park Labyrinth has certainly been a hit since we opened it to the public in late 2014 – also a hit is the wonderful musical composition that was created specifically for the Labyrinth.

As part of the opening celebrations, Australian composer Corrina Bonshek created a piece of music that would complement a visitors enjoyment of the labyrinth, to enhance the experience and to help instil a sense of calm, relaxation and mental improvement. The composition includes bird sounds from Centennial Park intertwined with orchestral instruments.

We are pleased to report that there have now been 5,000 downloads of the free music track. As a result of this, we are equally delighted that Corrina has been featured in a recent industry publication talking about the process of creating the piece, was interviewed by ABC Radio National as part of a documentary, and has had her music used in an ABC Radio National program about the Labyrinth.

 

You can download the music free right now

Click here (or on the image below) to go to the download page and get your free copy of the great musical composition in mp3 format.

Music

Read Corrina’s post on her experience writing this piece

 

Celebrating Centennial Park on film too

The Centennial Park Labyrinth wasn’t the first collaboration Corrina has undertaken with Centennial Parklands. To help celebrate Centennial Park’s 125th anniversary, Corrina and her colleague filmmaker Rachael Jones created this beautiful short film:

 

 

 

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