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Ronald Dellow  


Duration: 03' 00" Year: 1990
for organ

David Hamilton  

Danielle's Bassoon

Duration: 03' 45" Year: 2012
for solo bassoon and string orchestra

Rachel Clement  


Duration: 01' 00"
for any instrument in range

Patrick Shepherd  


Duration: 02' 00" Year: 1994
for four trombones, timpani and recorded tape

Anton Killin  

Melody for Violin and Yangqin

Duration: 04' 00" Year: 2010
for violin and yangqin (dulcimer)

John Drummond  

Meteorological Fugue

Duration: 02' 00" Year: 1977
for SATB choir

David Farquhar  


Duration: 04' 00" Year: 1994
for flute and tape

Hirini Melbourne  

Putorino a Raukatauri (The case moth)

Duration: 01' 00"
For solo voice and putorino (or woodwind melody instrument)

Jeni Little  


Duration: 04' 09" Year: 1999
for 4-part vocal group with digital soundscape

  • Programme Note

    Shanti is an electroacoustic work and an elegy. It is dedicated to four people – my close friend David who died from skin cancer in 1991; Georgia who died in 1997, a past student who was killed in a motorbike accident; my Nana who died in 1997; and Nusrat Fateh Ali Kahn who also died in 1997, the world’s finest Qawaali singer from Pakistan.

    All of these deaths had a strong impact on me and inspired the composition of this work. Each of the dedicatees has a section (or verse) which refers directly to them. The piece ends with a life-affirming coda – the simple act of having the sun on our back always makes us feel better. The backing track is a digital soundscape with manipulated vocals layered throughout.

    Jeni Little

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Dorothy Buchanan  

Song Without Words

Duration: 02' 00" Year: 1983
arranged for piano trio