- for orchestra of winds, strings, harp and percussion
- 15' 00"
- piccolo, alto flute/flute, 2 oboes, clarinet in Bb, bass clarinet, 2 bassoons, harp, vibraphone, strings.
- Single movement
|Score (139k)||pages 12-19||© Leonie Holmes|
|Recording (703k)||0'00"-1'00"||© Atoll Records|
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The worship of the Celtic Goddess Sulis and the Roman Goddess Minerva gave rise to the cult of Sul-Minerva at the ancient springs situated in Southwest England. A visit to the site summons up a variety of underground imaginings – dark, steaming pools, slowly dripping water and faster running streams, ancient supplications, sacrifice, curses and prayers, fertility and healing.
|29 May 2013||
New Zealand Symphony Orchestra, Tecwyn Evans (conductor). Recorded by RNZ Concert as part of the 2013 NZSO-RNZ Concert-SOUNZ Recordings.