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Arapatiki was commissioned by Stephen De Pledge as one of a series of Landscape preludes, and received its first performance in the Wigmore Hall, London, i...
‘Terrain vague’ is marginalised urban space often ignored in traditional architectural discourse. Terrain vague is underused or misused. It is liminal space,...
The title A landscape with too few lovers is taken from the fourth panel of Northland Panels by Colin McCahon.
Landscape Prelude is imbued with the spirit of New Zealand's west coast on a still day. The accompanying poem begins:
"barely stirs the dark ripple
This prelude is a musical representation of the view I see at twilight from my studio on the South Coast of Wellington - the moody dark green depths of Cook ...
a person who is asleep
a train carrying sleeping cars
a railroad tie
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