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How the Dead Live is inspired by the story of one of the early pioneers – Susannah Hawes. Susannah left her life in Gravesend, London to sail to New Zealan...
Does not include the electroacoustic part.
Recorded live at Sandwiches, Wellington on the 30th of August and the 6th of September, 2006.
s3d presents a world of fresh sounds from invented and unconventional instruments with names as curious and evocative as the sounds they produce: mothics, ...
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Hirini Melbourne's and Richard Nunn's 1994 recording Te Kū Te Whē has been piv...
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Hirini Melbourne's and Richard Nunn's 1994 recording _Te Kū Te...
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From the album Henry Wong Doe: Landscape Preludes.
For Polynesian performing art it's difficult to beat Te Vaka. Te Vaka draw deeply on their Pasifika roots, mingling this with contemporary musicianship. Thei...
Score is accompanied by a recorded voice part on CD
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3 CDs and a DVD make up this collection covering the pioneering electronic music of Douglas Lilburn. The DVD includes film footage of Lilburn at work in the ...
This polished recording of music by New Zealand composers for solo brass and brass ensemble includes Lilburn's Quartet for Brass Instruments of 1957, a wor...
Susannah talks about the lives of ordinary people and how History overlooks them
Sussannah speaks to Death about History
In which Susannah, her family and History arrive in Karamea
In which History expresses her disgust at being assigned the task of following Susannah's insignificant story
History fantasises about Death taking Susannah off her hands
History waxes gleeful at the prospect of blood, gore and a ripping good yarn. She leaves Susannah and forgets her
Susannah sings to History as History leaves
Critically acclaimed New Zealand singer-songwriter Louis Baker's debut album Open features his powerful single The People along with fan favourites _Blac...
Susannah's memories of the journey inside the ship "Micheal Angelo" on which many pioneer families travelled to Nelson Bays before heading to Karamea
Henry (Susannah's husband) leaves for the Boer War, which History has decided to follow out of boredom with Susannah's story
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