- chamber opera
- 11' 00"
- soprano and mezzo soloists, string trio (violin, viola and cello) and alto flute with accompanying tape
Based on his grandmother’s diaries, the premiere of Philip Brownlee’s opera was reviewed by Alan Wells in The Listener. “Here, recorded natural sounds were juxtaposed with live ensemble, taped oral history and its artistically sung rendition, and youthful experience with aging memory.”
|23 May 1997||
Performed by Pocket Opera of Wellington; Bats Theatre, Wellington