Tirohia te kohinga
A feminist/new physics work about sleeping beauty and quantum mechanics. First performed at the Touchstone Theatre Festival, Vancouver, May 1989.
This work reflects the large scale and natural rhythms of the tides and their domination on the lives of maritime people.
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Remix of original work for soloists and orchestra
Duende, written in 1998 by Annea Lockwood and Thomas Buckner, in which, drawing on extended vocal techniques, Buckner explores the possibility of transform...
This electroacoustic work is an exploration of white noise/static. It was premiered at Happy Bar in Wellington, New Zealand, realised by the composer not th...
Inspired by my transcribing of Benicio Sokkong's singing of a fragment of the Ullalim epic of the Kalinga, northern Philippines.
Video by David Downes
Co-composed with David Prior
Tempest was the First Equal Winner of the 2005 Lilburn Trust Student Composition Awards at Victoria University of Wellington.
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