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'Anake' – Maori for alone – is a set of three pieces. The first contrasts fragmentary ideas with slower wide-ranging melodic lines. These ideas are extended into a shimmering virtuosic diversion in the second piece, and the third turns the slower music into a desolate lament. This third piece was written with a line from Federico Garcia Lorca's lament for the bullfighter Ignacio Sanchez Mejias in mind: 'Bones and flutes sound in his ears'.
Premiered by Ingrid Culliford in Auckland, 21 November 1999
Set of three movements
21 Nov 1999: Performed by Ingrid Culliford (flute)
18 Dec 2000: Performed by Rosemary Eliot (flute)