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This setting of the poem by Eleanor Farjeon (1881-1965) was written for a CD project being undertaken by soprano Morag Atchison. With the CD including works ...
Vocalises to accompany a book by Lois M. Clausen
Duende, written in 1998 by Annea Lockwood and Thomas Buckner, in which, drawing on extended vocal techniques, Buckner explores the possibility of transform...
This works exists in three versions, two called Songs of Mystic Jade written in 2003 and revised in 2005 and the third called Lute of Jade which was comp...
Wandering Companionless is a further arrangement of To the Moon and Tears which have been published in a setting for horn, soprano and tenor. This new ...
This work was originally titled Sea Moods (1980) but has undergone many revisions to become The Mysterious Call of the Sea.
The song is partly a response to the Guantanamo Internment Camp.
America was first inspired by Kafka's novella America (The Man Who Disappeared), and secondly inspired by migration to New Zealand and the new world.
Evidence is a song about shock-amnesia that prevents a person knowing a crime he or she has committed.
From a music-theatre show Fowkes Alive, which toured nationally in NZ in 1989–90 (supported by Queen Elizabeth II Arts Council). The song occurs at the mom...
Original music for the documentary Lands of Our Fathers - My African Legacy.
Original music for the documentary Lands of Our Fathers - My African Legacy for vocalist and ensemble.
Among Helen’s early compositions is this setting for solo voice of a much-loved anonymous poem.
These three evocative songs in contrasting moods continue the series of albums for developing voices.
This is one of a number of songs by Helen Caskie that are tuneful and appealing to younger people and are designed to be used in a teaching situation.
This is one of a number of songs by Helen Caskie that are tuneful and appealing to younger people, and are designed to be used in a teaching situation.
Amusing short songs for young singers in a semi-contemporary style. Lyrics by Fiona Farrell and Murray Edmond.
The lyrics to these songs come from a poetry collection by the Auckland poet, playwright and paediatrician Renee Liang. Renee, a second-generation Chinese Ne...
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