Tirohia te kohinga
Suite for orchestra, adapted from incidental music for the film Utu (1982).
Adapted from the title music for the 1984 feature film The Quiet Earth.
Extracted from Lilburn's "The First Two Years at School" score (1950), incidental music for a National Film Unit documentary on philosophies of early-childho...
Lay in a riverbed
Hidden from view
I saw it
It was there
A rainbow sun
Co-composed with Sam Lovrich-FitzPatrick.
"New Light - A Kingdom goes Solar" is a short documentary by Dunedin filmmaker Ollie Lucks. It is centered aroun...
A work inspired by Len Lye (1901–1980), New Zealand artist, sculptor and filmmaker, who used flexible stainless steel strips in his kinetic sculptures.
Originally released in 1984 the Original Soundtrack to The Silent One features music written and arranged by acclaimed New Zealand composer Jenny McLeod. T...
Dance music for violin, piano, squeezebox and percussion
It can be performed live as well, in part or in its entirety, though some effects are better achi...
This work was recorded in the mid 1970s and used on the sound track of a film for the then Department of Lands and Survey/Conservation about the Tasman Glaci...
This piece has essentially become a journey – a journey to nowhere in particular, but one that is filled with a lot of variation along the way. The title fo...
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.
Nau te Hau is the music from the end-theme of the feature film The Silent One.
This work was written to accompany a short visual clip from the original cartoon of the same name.
The performer's task is to mirror the movement of the figure in the film in such a way that sound is produced on their instrument.
The score for this work is a film featuring human figures carrying out various isolated everyday and performative physical movements. The performers' instruc...
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