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Resound Audio of the Week

With 698 individual recordings in the Resound audio archive totalling over 130 hours of audio including recordings from 1946-2013, it is a daunting task to know where to start listening. To make it easier to dip to your toes into this fantastic resource we will be offering weekly staff picks - often linked to upcoming events or anniversaries. Read more about the Resound project here.

Monday 29 May 2017

Symphony No.2 – Douglas Lilburn

Our Resound Audio of the Week features a work recorded on this day in 1972. Here is Douglas Lilburn 's Symphony No.2, performed by the NZBCSO with conductor Georg Tintner.

Monday 22 May 2017

this present brightness – Lissa Meridan

Our Resound Audio of the Week features a work by France-based New Zealand composer Lissa Meridan . Here is this present brightness performed by New Zealand Symphony Orchestra conducted by Hamish McKeich. “this present brightness” was awarded the 2006 Douglas Lilburn Prize.

Monday 15 May 2017

Maui tikitiki a Taranga – Maria Grenfell

Our Resound Audio of the Week features a work by Tasmania-based New Zealand composer Maria Grenfell. Here is Maui tikitiki a Taranga performed by the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra, with Bridget Douglas (flute) and conductor Kenneth Young in May 2006.