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from ANZAC DAWN last performance June 2015.

Welcome to our 'mobile-friendly' website.

created with support from
Queensland State Anzac
Centenary Grants Programme
Sunshine Coast Regional Council
Sunshine Coast Agricultural Show.


from 'ANZAC DAWN' performance 12 June 2015.

The Philharmonic Agency Pty Ltd trading as
(ABN 89 005 664 095)



62 Kerenjon Avenue,
Buderim Qld 4556, Australia
Postal: Same as above
Email: Paul Coppens

Telephones: Office: +61 (0)7 5445-4156
Mobile: +61 (0)411 706 115

Director: Paul Coppens

Video - Gallipoli Dawn Op.34

Paul Coppens Compositions
Anzac Dawn Cast - June 2015 Performance.

The Work

The Foundation

  1. To ensure that its story of "Gallipoli Dawn" is told to this and future generations of Australians and New Zealanders.
  2. Its name is evocative and reflective and is a statement of the essential part of its objectives - to tell this story of "Gallipoli Dawn".
  3. To be the initiator and facilitator in presenting this story, no matter where in the world.
  4. Its story will be told with dignity and historic accuracy, reflecting the ANZACs tradition of courage, endurance and mateship.
  5. This story is an invaluable tool for factual information about the 1915 Gallipoli campaign.

A number of people have been approached whose background reflect a diverse and vast experience in all areas pertaining to the scale of productions envisaged for the Foundation. Once the Board is operational the Foundation can then begin the process of being incorporated. This is currently being researched with the help of the firms Moffat And Morton (Chartered Accountants-Brisbane) and Webb Korfiatis (Solicitors-Melbourne).

It is envisaged that the membership will consist of people from all walks of life. The current proposal for gaining a large membership is to:

  1. continue the publication of the 'Gallipoli Dawn Newsletter' thereby increasing the number of subscribers,
  2. continue the research on community organisations in both Australia and New Zealand,
  3. contact all organisations in the database to increase awareness of the 'Gallipoli Dawn' project,
  4. continue current development of the 'Gallipoli Dawn' mobile-friendly website, making it easy for the general public to subscribe,
  5. and continue to keep our current newsletter subscribers up-to-date with the latest developments and plans.

As a not-for-profit incorporated body, it would annually donate all profits to the four nominated charities, three of which are ex-service organisations.


Creating A Network

To create a 'Gallipoli Dawn' blockchain network which gives all member organisations and their members a high degree of security, confidentiality, resiliency, flexibility, and scalability.

Operating this network is 'Hyperledger Fabric' (developed by the Linux Foundation), a distributed ledger that records all the transactions that take place on the network. This ledger is decentralized and collaborative because it is replicated across many network participants, each of whom collaborate in its (automated) maintenance.

The ledger's data is recorded to a blockchain and is append-only, using cryptographic techniques that guarantee once a transaction has been added to the ledger it cannot be modified. It's why blockchains are sometimes described as systems of proof and can therefore be trusted.

Trust is extremely important in any industry so that once an organisation is a member (invited) of the network, it can recommend other 'trusted' organisations to join. In doing so a 'trusted' or 'permissioned' network is created with standard methods for establishing identity, executing transactions, and storing data with privacy and confidentiality. This is achieved through its:

  • Channel architecture. Here participants on the network establish a sub-network where every member has visibility to a particular set of transactions. Thus, only those that participate in a channel have access to the data transacted.
  • Private data feature. This allows collections between members on a channel, giving much of the same protection as channels without the maintenance overhead of creating and maintaining another separate channel.


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