DOUGLAS LILBURN : The Landscape Of A New Zealand Composer

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Tracklist
CD 1 - Episode 1: In Search Of A Tradition
1-1 Margaret Nielsen - Occasional Pieces For Piano (1942-73)
1-2 Peter Vere-Jones - "Light, Warm Sunlight …" - Reading From Douglas’s Unpublished Notes For Memories Of Early Years - A Selection Of Autobiographical Sketches
1-3 Jeannie Lilburn - “Douglas Was Uncle Gordon To Us …”
1-4 Peter Vere-Jones - "My Father, Robert Lilburn …" - Reading From Douglas’s Unpublished Notes For Memories Of Early Years - A Selection Of Autobiographical Sketches
Piano – Margaret Nielsen
1-5 Joyce Hamilton - Lilburn Family Values
1-6 Jack Body And Douglas Lilburn - Musical Revelations At Waitaki Boys' High School; “... I Was Going To Be A Musician …” - Archival Interview Recorded In 1975
Clarinet – Richard Foreman
Piano – Bruce Greenfield
1-7 Chris Bourke And Douglas Lilburn - "If It Had To Be Music, Couldn’t It Have Been The Bagpipes?" - Archival Interview Recorded In 1985 For The Listener
1-8 Ashley Heenan - Christchurch Scene Setter. Archival Talk Recorded In 1985
1-9 Percy Grainger - Offering A Prize For A Typically New Zealand Composition. Archival Talk Recorded In November 1935
1-10 Jeannie Lilburn - Family History, First Meeting With Douglas
Piano – Georgina Zellan-Smith
1-11 Peter Vere-Jones - Reading A Letter By Douglas From 1937 Thanking Percy Grainger
1-12 Douglas Lilburn - “New Zealand Was Pretty Much Of A Backwoods In Those Days …” - Archival Interview Recorded In 1987
1-13 Ralph Vaughan Williams - On Composers Realizing Their Best Works. Archival Talk Extracted From Tribute To Ralph Vaughan Williams Recorded On His Death In 1958
Guitar – Milton Parker
1-14 John Hopkins And Douglas Lilburn - Studying With Vaughan Williams; Composing Drysdale Overture. Archival Interview Recorded In 1987
1-15 Joyce Hamilton - “We Felt Him To Be The Odd-one-out …” Underscored By Skiing On Mount Cook From The National Film Unit Production Of Journey For Three (1948), Recorded In 1948
1-16 Natalie Tantrum And Stephen de Pledge - Sonata For Violin And Piano (1950)
1-17 Jack Body - Douglas Working Back On The Farm After Returning From England
1-18 The New Zealand Symphony Orchestra - Drysdale Overture (1937)
Conductor – Sir William Southgate
1-19 Joyce Hamilton - Douglas's Brother Euan
1-20 Jim Collins , Owen Jensen - State Of Orchestral Playing In The 30s And 40s In New Zealand. Archival Talk Extracted From A Sympathy With Sound, Marking The 21st Year Of The New Zealand Symphony Orchestra, Recorded In 1967
1-21 Douglas Lilburn - Composing Was A Strange Occupation In The 40s. Archival Interview Recorded In 1975
1-22 Martin Lodge - Composer Contradictions, Personal History
Electronics – Douglas Lilburn
Guitar – Milton Parker
1-23 Philip Norman - “You Can Divide Douglas's Music Into Three Periods …”
Electronics – Douglas Lilburn
1-24 Sir William Southgate - “He Was Not Good With Audiences, Electronic Music Distanced Him …”
1-25 Douglas Lilburn - Poem In Time Of War (Electronic With Voice Of Vietnamese Student, 1967)
1-26 John Murray - “His Spirituality Wasn't Tied In With Any One Tradition …”
Piano – David Guerin
1-27 Jenny McLeod - “He Felt Like He Wasn't Needed - People Make Their Own Music …”
1-28 John Hopkins - “New Zealand Wasn't Ready For A National Composer …”
1-29 Jeannie Lilburn - “He Was The Ugly Duckling …”
1-30 Terence Finnegan And Frederick Page - Sings Harry (1953)
1-31 Dorothy McKegg - Production Credits
CD 2 - Episode 2: Practicalities
2-1 Unknown Artist - Introduction And Opening Music From This Is New Zealand (1949), A New Zealand Broadcasting Service Radio Documentary
2-2 Joyce Hamilton - Scene Setter - Post World War II In Christchurch
Orchestra – The Alex Lindsay String Orchestra
2-3 Gwyneth Brown - Ngaio Marsh Theatre Rehearsals
Viola – Jean McCartney
Violin – Ruth Pearl
2-4 Dame Ngaio Marsh - Writing Music For The Theatre. Archival Talk Extracted From Music Ho, Douglas Lilburn 50th Birthday Tribute, Recorded In 1965
2-5 Richard Campion And Douglas Lilburn - Ngaio Marsh Productions, New Zealand Poetry. Archival Interview Recorded In 1989
Piano – Margaret Nielsen
2-6 Alistair Te Ariki Campbell - The Wellington Group. “Composers Had A Hard Time In The 40s And 50s …”
2-7 Douglas Lilburn - “Composing Conditions Were Poor In The 40s …” - Archival Talk Recorded In 1973
2-8 Ropata Erwin - “Douglas Had High Performance Standards That Sometimes Weren't Met In The 40s …”
2-9 Dean Major - “Douglas Enjoyed First Performance Support – But ...”
Conductor – Alex Lindsay
Orchestra – The New Zealand Symphony Orchestra
2-10 Helen Young - Introduction To The Schola Musica And Ashley Heenan
Performer – The New Zealand Symphony Orchestra Chamber Orchestra
2-11 Ashley Heenan - Unearthing Works For The Schola Musica To Play
2-12 Unknown Artist - Title Music From The National Film Unit Production Of Journey For Three (1948), Recorded In 1948
2-13 Philip Norman - Writing For Film / Race Meeting From The National Film Unit Production Of Journey For Three (1948), Recorded In 1948
2-14 Richard Campion And Douglas Lilburn - “Have You Considered Writing An Opera?” - Archival Interview Recorded In 1989
Conductor – James Robertson
Performer – The National Orchestra
2-15 Gabrielle Phillips And Pauline de Schryver - Willow Song (1944)
2-16 Philip Norman - Writing For Theatre - Richard And Edith Campion
2-17 Richard Campion And Douglas Lilburn - Recording The Music For St Joan. Archival Interview Recorded In 1989
Conductor – James Robertson
Performer – The National Orchestra
2-18 Unknown Artist - Introduction And Opening Music From The Radio Drama The Pitcher And The Well (1964)
2-19 Philip Norman - Early Electronic Works For The NZBC
2-20 Unknown Artist - A Brief Extract From The Pitcher And The Well (1964)
2-21 Douglas Lilburn - Using Electronic Music In Theatre And Drama. Archival Interview Recorded In 1971
Electronics – Douglas Lilburn
Read By – Tim Elliott
Voice – Mahi Potiki
Words By – Alistair Campbell
2-22 Ross Harris - Douglas Returns From Overseas To Set Up The Electronic Music Studio. Archival Talk Recorded In 1985
2-23 John Rimmer - Using University Breaks To Compose
2-24 Martin Lodge - Academic And Artist, Douglas Was A Creator Not An Analyst
2-25 Richard Campion And Douglas Lilburn - University Life. Archival Interview Recorded In 1989
2-26 New Zealand Broadcasting Corporation Symphony Orchestra - Symphony No. 3 (1961)
Conductor – John Hopkins
2-27 Dean Major - “The Lilburn Revival Began In The Mid 70s …”
2-28 John Hopkins - “Lack Of Recordings Meant It Was Very Hard To Access His Music …”
Conductor – John Hopkins
Performer – The New Zealand Broadcasting Corporation National Orchestra
2-29 Margaret Nielsen - “I First Encountered His Music, Copying Manuscripts…”
Piano – Georgina Zellan-Smith
2-30 Douglas Lilburn - The Start Of Waiteata Press. Archival Interview Recorded In 1983
2-31 Michael Leighton-Jones And Margaret Nielsen - "Sleep On..." From Elegy (1951)
2-32 Helen Young - His Position On The Concert Programme Audition Panel
2-33 Martin Lodge - Detached Support For Other Composers
Performer – Concord Brass
2-34 Concord Brass - Quartet For Brass Instruments (1957)
2-35 Dorothy McKegg - Production Credits
CD 3 - Episode 3: Nature
3-1 Edrick Banks - No. 11 From Seventeen Pieces For Guitar (1969-70)
3-2 Peter Vere-Jones - "I Have Trailed After My Brother Euan …" - Reading From Douglas’s Unpublished Notes For Memories Of Early Years - A Selection Of Autobiographical Sketches
3-3 John Murray - “Entering Into Ascot Terrace …”
Piano – Margaret Nielsen
3-4 Peter Vere-Jones - "The River …" - Reading From Douglas’s Unpublished Notes For Memories Of Early Years - A Selection Of Autobiographical Sketches
3-5 John Hopkins - “He Never Revealed His Whole Self …”
Cello – Farquhar Wilkinson
Viola – Vyvyan Yendoll
Violin – Donald Armstrong
3-6 Ashley Heenan - “He Was Affected By What Others Said About Him …”
3-7 Jeannie Lilburn - Waitaki Boys' High School; Submitting A Sonata Instead Of An Essay.
3-8 Jack Body And Douglas Lilburn - Communicating Through Music Rather Than Speech. Archival Interview Recorded In 1975
3-9 Gwyneth Brown And Rosemary Gordon - Summer Afternoon (1947)
Words By – Basil Dowling
3-10 Gwyneth Brown - “He Chose To Live Alone, Enjoyed Solitary Walks …” / Chaconne (1946)
Performer – Patrick O'Byrne
3-11 Peter Vere-Jones - "The Water Hole …" - Reading From Douglas’s Unpublished Notes For Memories Of Early Years - A Selection Of Autobiographical Sketches
Electronics – Douglas Lilburn
3-12 Martin Lodge - Integrating The Natural World Into His Creative Work.
Electronics – Douglas Lilburn
Voice – Unknown Artist
3-13 Reger Trio - String Trio (1945)
3-14 Alistair Te Ariki Campbell - “I First Met Douglas At The Victoria University College Literary Society …”
Electronics – Douglas Lilburn
3-15 Jack Body - “Using The Natural Sounds Around You …” - Archival Interview Extracted From Programme Five Of The Lilburn Connection Recorded In 1980
Electronics – Douglas Lilburn
3-16 Chris Bourke And Douglas Lilburn - Growing Up By Myself; Music At Home. Archival Interview Recorded In 1985 For The Listener
3-17 Peter Vere-Jones - "Musical Awareness …" - Reading From Douglas’s Unpublished Notes For Memories Of Early Years - A Selection Of Autobiographical Sketches
3-18 Margaret Nielsen - Sonata (1949)
3-19 Ashley Heenan - “He Had An Hypnotic Personality …”
3-20 David Farquhar - Describing The Rooming House On The Terrace ... “he Was Like A Caged Lion …”
3-21 Reger Trio - String Trio (1945)
3-22 Joyce Hamilton - Moving To Wellington
3-23 Gwyneth Brown - Sending Personal Notes On The Backs Of Photographs
Conductor – Alex Lindsay
Orchestra – The New Zealand Symphony Orchestra
3-24 Jeannie Lilburn - The Vegetable Garden, Synod/drinking Story
3-25 Ruth Pearl And Jean McCartney - Duo For Violin And Viola (1942)
3-26 Dorothy Freed And Owen Jensen - “Style Comes From Your Life Experiences ...” - Archival Interview Extracted From Programme Three Of The Lilburn Connection Recorded In 1980
3-27 Jack Body And Douglas Lilburn - “Is The Piece Of Music A Part Of You?” - Archival Interview Recorded In 1975
Conductor – John Hopkins
Orchestra – New Zealand Broadcasting Corporation Symphony Orchestra
3-28 John Hopkins - Symphony No. 3 As A Self Portrait
3-29 Jeannie Lilburn - “He Was An Extraordinary Person In An Ordinary, Decent Family …”
Performer – Reger Trio
3-30 John Hopkins - “He Was Not A Public Composer …” - Archival Talk Recorded In 1965
3-31 Jack Body - “To Fully Understand Douglas And His Music We Need To Acknowledge His Homosexuality …”
3-32 Margaret Nielsen - The Independent Obituary
3-33 Jack Body - Gaining Family Acceptance
3-34 Jeannie Lilburn - “Well I Never ...”
3-35 The National Orchestra - St Joan (1955)
Conductor – James Robertson
3-36 Dorothy McKegg - Production Credits
CD 4 - Episode 4: Methods
4-1 Douglas Lilburn - Soundscape With Lake And River (electronic, 1979)
4-2 Peter Vere-Jones - "Learning The Piano …" - Reading From Douglas’s Unpublished Notes For Memories Of Early Years - A Selection Of Autobiographical Sketches
4-3 Douglas Lilburn - Brief History Of The Electronic Music Studio At Victoria University. Archival Interview Recorded In 1971
4-4 Ross Harris - “Electronic Music Is Like Painting …” (quoting Douglas) - Archival Talk Recorded In 1985
Electronics – Douglas Lilburn
4-5 John Rimmer - “He Was An Intuitive Composer Rather Than A Grand Planner…”
4-6 Jill Wall (3) And Douglas Lilburn - “Can't Anyone Just Make These Machines Chatter?” - Archival Interview Recorded In 1971
4-7 Helen Young - Playing Electronic Works On The Radio, Public Reaction
Electronics – Douglas Lilburn
4-8 Gordon Burt - Brief History Of Electronic Music. Archival Talk Extracted From Programme Nine Of Composers In Canz, Recorded In 1975
Electronics – Douglas Lilburn
4-9 John Rimmer - Describing The Electronic Music Studio At Victory University
4-10 Georgina Zellan-Smith - The Fourth Of Four Preludes (1948-60)
4-11 Ross Harris - Describing Douglas's Process For Composing Electronic Music
Electronics – Douglas Lilburn
4-12 Douglas Lilburn - Experimenting With Early Electronic Instruments. Archival Interview Recorded In 1971
4-13 Willi Gailer - Introduction To And Description Of The Return (1965)
4-14 Douglas Lilburn - Realizing Electronic Sounds. Archival Interview Recorded In 1971
4-15 John Rimmer - Douglas's Electronic Techniques
4-16 Margaret Nielsen - The Second Of Nine Short Pieces (1966)
4-17 Peter Vere-Jones - "Glasses …" - Reading From Douglas’s Unpublished Notes For Memories Of Early Years - A Selection Of Autobiographical Sketches
4-18 Sir William Southgate - “Music Just Doesn't Appear ... He Was A Craftsman …”
4-19 The National Orchestra - St Joan (1955)
Conductor – James Robertson
4-20 Richard Campion And Douglas Lilburn - St Joan Manuscript. Archival Interview Recorded In 1989
4-21 Ron Burt - “Beautiful Manuscripts …”
Guitar – Milton Parker
4-22 Dean Major - Moving To More Abstract Depictions In His Music
Electronics – Douglas Lilburn
Read By – Tim Elliott
Voice – Mahi Potiki
Words By – Alistair Campbell
4-23 John Hopkins - Receiving A Brown Paper Parcel Containing The Symphony No. 3
Conductor – John Hopkins
Orchestra – New Zealand Broadcasting Corporation Symphony Orchestra
4-24 Ross Harris - Writing An Analysis Of Symphony No. 3
Conductor – Sir William Southgate
Orchestra – The New Zealand Symphony Orchestra
4-25 Sir William Southgate - Ross Harris's Analysis
4-26 The National Orchestra - Song Of The Antipodes (1946), Later Renamed A Song Of Islands
Conductor – James Robertson
4-27 Ronald Tremain - “Lessons I've Learnt From Douglas …” - Archival Talk Extracted From Programme Two Of The Lilburn Connection Recorded In 1980
Piano – Margaret Nielsen
4-28 Jill Palmer - Forming The Lilburn Trust
Clarinet – Richard Foreman
Piano – Bruce Greenfield
4-29 Jack Body - “He Channeled His Creative Energy Into The Lilburn Trust …”
4-30 The New Zealand Symphony Orchestra - Prodigal Country (1939)
Bass Vocals – Jonathan Lemalu
Choir – Tower New Zealand Youth Choir, Tower Voices New Zealand
Conductor – Marc Taddei
4-31 Dorothy McKegg - Production Credits
CD 5 - Episode 5: Hands
5-1 Margaret Nielsen - Occasional Pieces For Piano (1942-73)
5-2 Peter Vere-Jones - "A Recital Of Music By Douglas Lilburn..." - Reading From A Review In The New Zealand Listener, 15 October 1943
Conductor – James Robertson
Performer – The National Orchestra
5-3 Jack Body - Physical Description Of Douglas
Piano – Rae De Lisle
Violin – Dean Major
5-4 David Farquhar - “My First Contact With Douglas Was Through Gordon Macbeth …”; Gordon Macbeth Letter
Guitar – Michael Calvert
5-5 Jack Body - Not Getting Assistance With Physical Ailments
Performer – Concord Brass
5-6 Margaret Nielsen - Arthritic Hands, He Used To Play The Piano
5-7 Douglas Lilburn - Bagatelle No. 4 (from Five Bagatelles), Later Renamed From The Port Hills (1942)
5-8 Martin Lodge - Discovering Douglas's Music Through The World Record Club
5-9 Peter Vere-Jones - Reading A Letter From Owen Jensen Inviting Douglas To Attend The Cambridge Summer School As Composer In Residence, 2 October 1945
5-10 Owen Jensen - Getting Douglas To The First Cambridge Summer School. Archival Talk Extracted From Music Ho, Douglas Lilburn 50th Birthday Tribute, Recorded In 1965
Conductor – James Robertson
Performer – The National Orchestra
5-11 Larry Pruden - First Experience Of The Compositional Class At The Cambridge Summer School. Archival Talk Extracted From Programme Three Of The Lilburn Connection Recorded In 1980
5-12 Jenny McLeod - “I Set Him Up One Time, As A Student …”; Douglas And Palestrina Counterpoint
5-13 Owen Jensen - There Are No "Little Lilburns" In This Cambridge Composers Photograph. Archival Talk Extracted From Programme One Of The Lilburn Connection Recorded In 1980
5-14 The New Zealand Wind Quintet - Wind Quintet (1957)
5-15 Martin Lodge - Teaching Style, Broad Musical Knowledge
Electronics – Douglas Lilburn
5-16 Jenny McLeod - “He Was A Closet Rock Composer ...”
Piano – Georgina Zellan-Smith
5-17 Natalie Tantrum And Stephen de Pledge - Sonata (1950)
5-18 Larry Pruden - Silences At The Cambridge Summer School. Archival Talk Extracted From Music Ho, Douglas Lilburn 50th Birthday Tribute, Recorded In 1965
5-19 Douglas Lilburn - Copying Larry's Parts At The Last Minute. Archival Interview Recorded In 1983
5-20 Larry Pruden - “Douglas Made Us Aware Of Standards ...” - Archival Talk Extracted From Programme One Of The Lilburn Connection Recorded In 1980
5-21 Douglas Lilburn - Larry Really Went On His Own Way. Archival Interview Recorded In 1983
5-22 Terence Finnegan And Frederick Page - Sings Harry (1953)
5-23 Margaret Nielsen - Performer / Composer Relationship
Piano – Margaret Nielsen
5-24 John Rimmer - “How Do You Decide What’s Coming Next?”
5-25 Douglas Lilburn - Giving Back To The Medium, Teaching. Archival Interview Recorded In 1975
Electronics – Douglas Lilburn
5-26 Sir William Southgate - Remembering Being A Student When Douglas Visited Otago University
5-27 Ross Harris - “By Setting Up The Electronic Music Studio ...”
Electronics – Douglas Lilburn
5-28 Margaret Nielsen - Taking A First Aid Course Together
5-29 Chris Bourke - Douglas's Broad-mindedness
Electronics – Douglas Lilburn
Voice – Unknown Artist
5-30 John Rimmer - Silence
5-31 John Murray - Reading Psalm 90
5-32 Schola Musica - Elegy (in Memoriam Noel Newson) (1945)
Conductor – Ashley Heenan
Mezzo-soprano Vocals – Anthea Moller, Patricia Lawrey
5-33 Dorothy McKegg - Production Credits
CD 6 - Episode 6: Canvases
6-1 Joyce Hamilton - Growing Up At Drysdale
Electronics – Douglas Lilburn
6-2 Peter Vere-Jones - "Sunlight, And Happiness Again …" - Reading From Douglas’s Unpublished Notes For Memories Of Early Years - A Selection Of Autobiographical Sketches
6-3 Douglas Lilburn - Leaving The Hermitage From The National Film Unit Production Of Journey For Three (1948), Recorded In 1948
6-4 Philip Norman - First Musical Period
Conductor – Michi Inoue
Orchestra – The New Zealand Symphony Orchestra
6-5 John Hopkins - Landscapes In Douglas's Music, The Clear Light
Conductor – Michi Inoue
Orchestra – The New Zealand Symphony Orchestra
6-6 John Rimmer - Spaciousness In Douglas’s Music, The Sea
Electronics – Douglas Lilburn
6-7 Ron Burt - Using Imagery To Convey Meaning To The Performer
Guitar – Milton Parker
6-8 Allen Curnow - The Combination Of Poet And Composer Combining To Form New Zealand Identity. Archival Talk Extracted From Music Ho, Douglas Lilburn 50th Birthday Tribute, Recorded In 1965
6-9 Jack Body And Douglas Lilburn - Using External Influences To Construct A National Identity. Archival Interview Recorded In 1975
6-10 Unknown Artist - Introduction From This Is New Zealand (1949), A New Zealand Broadcasting Service Radio Documentary
6-11 Philip Norman - Writing Incidental Music For This Is New Zealand
6-12 Unknown Artist - Brief Musical Extract From This Is New Zealand (1949), A New Zealand Broadcasting Service Radio Documentary
6-13 Douglas Lilburn - Sounds And Distances (electronic, 1975)
6-14 Peter Vere-Jones - "Pukeroa School …" - Reading From Douglas’s Unpublished Notes For Memories Of Early Years - A Selection Of Autobiographical Sketches
6-15 John Murray - “A Paradise To Roam In … Living In His Own Home Bush ...”
6-16 Alistair Te Ariki Campbell - Douglas's Flat On The Avon River, Christchurch
6-17 Joyce Hamilton - Describing Douglas's Christchurch Bedsit
Performer – Concord Brass
6-18 Ropata Erwin - First Meeting Douglas, Walking Along The Paekakariki Beach
6-19 Unknown Artist - A Recording Of Douglas's Alarm System At Ascot Terrace. Archival Sound Extracted From An Interview Recorded By Chris Bourke In 1985 For The Listener
6-20 Gwyneth Brown - Describing Ascot Terrace
6-21 Jeannie Lilburn - Describing The Interior Of Ascot Terrace
Performer – The Alex Lindsay String Orchestra
6-22 Chris Bourke - Meeting Douglas For The Listener Interview In 1985
6-23 Chris Bourke And Douglas Lilburn - Reasons For Moving Into Electronic Music. Archival Interview Recorded In 1985 For The Listener
6-24 Douglas Lilburn - Painting With Electronic Sound. Archival Interview Recorded In 1975
6-25 Philip Norman - Third Musical Period
Electronics – Douglas Lilburn
6-26 Douglas Lilburn - The Return (1965)
Read By – Tim Elliott
Voice – Mahi Potiki
Words By – Alistair Campbell
6-27 Richard Campion And Douglas Lilburn - “Setting Up An Electronic Music Cave ...” - Archival Interview Recorded In 1989
6-28 Peter Vere-Jones - Reading From Douglas's Published Note On The Electronic Composition Summer Voices
Electronics – Douglas Lilburn
6-29 Ross Harris - Demonstration Of The Synthi Aks Ca. 1969
6-30 Ashley Heenan - Giving Advice On One Of Douglas's Early Electronic Compositions
6-31 Ronald Woodcock And John Wells - Sonata (1950)
6-32 Dorothy McKegg - Production Credits
CD 7 - Episode 7: Relationships
7-1 Concord Brass - Quartet For Brass Instruments (1957)
7-2 Peter Vere-Jones - "My Mother Had Little Education …" - Reading From Douglas’s Unpublished Notes For Memories Of Early Years - A Selection Of Autobiographical Sketches
7-3 Alistair Te Ariki Campbell - Sitting In The Sun Reading Poetry, Wild Honey
Electronics – Douglas Lilburn
Read By – Tim Elliott
Voice – Mahi Potiki
Words By – Alistair Campbell
7-4 John Murray - The Strength Of The Man Alone
7-5 Jenny McLeod - “He Found It Difficult To Forgive People …”
7-6 Margaret Nielsen - Sonata (1951-52, Revised In 1956)
7-7 Jack Body - Getting Verbally Attacked Over An Electronic Composition
7-8 Ashley Heenan - “He Was Strong Enough In Character … But Didn't Like Criticism ...”
Conductor – Sir Charles Groves
Orchestra – The New Zealand Symphony Orchestra
7-9 Margaret Nielsen - “When My Husband Died ...”
7-10 Schola Musica - Elegy (in Memoriam Noel Newson) (1945)
Conductor – Ashley Heenan
Mezzo-soprano Vocals – Anthea Moller, Patricia Lawrey
7-11 John Hopkins - Douglas Didn't Like The Limelight
7-12 Margaret Nielsen - Inviting Students For Dinner - Composing Food
Conductor – James Robertson
Orchestra – The National Orchestra
7-13 Gwyneth Brown - “He Knew What He Liked To Eat …”; Shopping For Douglas
7-14 Margaret Nielsen - Music As Payment
7-15 Margaret Nielsen - Three Bars For The Blood And Bone (1968)
7-16 Philip Norman - Doing A Phd On Douglas
Piano – Margaret Nielsen
7-17 Margaret Nielsen - “I First Met Douglas’s Music Under My Own Fingers …”; Hand Copying From His Manuscript. Archival Interview Recorded In 1980
Orchestra – The Alex Lindsay String Orchestra
7-18 Peter Vere-Jones - "My Paradisal Security Collapsed Suddenly …" - Reading From Douglas’s Unpublished Notes For Memories Of Early Years - A Selection Of Autobiographical Sketches
7-19 Sir William Southgate - Conductor/performer/composer Relationships
7-20 Peter Vere-Jones - "They Came Off Their Boat Into A Drear Old Customs Shed …" - Reading From Douglas’s Unpublished Notes For Memories Of Early Years - A Selection Of Autobiographical Sketches
Orchestra – The Alex Lindsay String Orchestra
7-21 Ropata Erwin - Description Of The Christchurch Artistic Scene In The 30s And 40s
Piano – Margaret Nielsen
7-22 Frederick Page - Christchurch In The 40s; Performing Douglas's Music. Archival Talk Recorded In 1981
Piano – Margaret Nielsen
7-23 Georgina Zellan-Smith - The Second Of Four Preludes (1948-60)
7-24 Joyce Hamilton - “He Introduced Me To His Friends … And Eastern Religions...”
7-25 Philip Norman - Change In Musical Language From Nationalism To Cosmopolitanism - Quoting Douglas
7-26 Alistair Te Ariki Campbell - "The Circus"
7-27 Frederick Page And Terence Finnegan - Sings Harry (1953)
7-28 Chris Bourke And Douglas Lilburn - Artists Pulled Together In The 40s. Archival Interview Recorded In 1985 For The Listener
7-29 Chris Bourke - Douglas's Response To The 1985 Interview
Piano – Margaret Nielsen
7-30 Martin Lodge - The Final Letter
7-31 Dean Major - “Douglas's Reclusiveness Was Respected By Those Who Knew Him …”
7-32 The Alex Lindsay String Orchestra With Maria Dronke - Letter Scene From Cornet Rilke (1950)
Producer – The New Zealand Broadcasting Service
Words By – R.M. Rilke
7-33 Dorothy McKegg - Production Credits
CD 8 - Episode 8: Fashions
8-1 The Alec Lindsay Quartet With Maria Dronke - Letter Scene From Cornet Rilke (1950)
Producer – The New Zealand Broadcasting Service
Words By – R.M. Rilke
8-2 Peter Vere-Jones - Reading "Musical Opinion, London" Letter To The New Zealand Listener, 1 February 1957
8-3 Sir William Southgate - Sensitivity To Criticism
8-4 Dean Major - Shifting Into The Electronic Music Medium
Performer – Schola Musica Quartet
8-5 Sir William Southgate - Some People Said "What A Pity"
8-6 Douglas Lilburn - Poem In Time Of War
8-7 Douglas Lilburn - Climbing The Glacier
8-8 Philip Norman / Douglas Lilburn - Distinctive Patterns In Douglas's Music / Race Meeting From The National Film Unit Production Of Journey For Three (1948)
8-9 Ashley Heenan - Lack Of Support From Management At The National Film Unit In The 40s. Archival Talk Recorded In 1980
8-10 Douglas Lilburn - Promotional Disc For Journey For Three (1948)
Featuring – Bob Renner, Elizabeth Armstrong, Margaret McNulty, Stewart Pilkington
8-11 Peter Vere-Jones - Reading "A Birthday Offering" Letter To The New Zealand Listener, 7 December 1956
Conductor – Sir William Southgate
Orchestra – The New Zealand Symphony Orchestra
8-12 Philip Norman - Second Musical Period
Conductor – James Robertson , John Hopkins
Orchestra – The New Zealand Symphony Orchestra, The National Orchestra
8-13 Sir William Southgate - Audience Reaction To Symphony No. 3
Performer – Barry Margan
8-14 Dean Major - Douglas Was Ignored In The 60s
8-15 Ashley Heenan - Listening A The Back Of The Hall
Orchestra – The Alex Lindsay String Orchestra
8-16 Ashley Heenan - Writing An Essay On Diversions For String Orchestra. Archival Interview Extracted From Programme Six Of The Lilburn Connection Recorded In 1980
Conductor – Georg Tintner
Orchestra – The New Zealand Symphony Orchestra
8-17 Geoff Eyles - Reflecting On Recording Sessions That Douglas Attended
8-18 Chris Bourke And Douglas Lilburn - "What Was The Attitude Towards New Zealand Composers?" - Archival Interview Recorded In 1985 For The Listener
8-19 John Hopkins - Douglas's Career As A Composer Has Run Parallel With That Of The New Zealand Symphony Orchestra. Archival Talk Recorded In 1965
8-20 Geoff Eyles - Recording The Schola Musica; Talking About Each Other's Gardens
8-21 Margaret Nielsen - Occasional Pieces For Piano (1942-73)
8-22 Helen Young - "Broadcasting" Supported And Exported Douglas's Music Overseas
Conductor – John Hopkins
Orchestra – The New Zealand Symphony Orchestra
8-23 Sir William Southgate - Changing The Name Of Song Of The Antipodes, (1946). Archival Talk Extracted From Sounds From The South Recorded In 1980
8-24 Richard Campion And Douglas Lilburn - Relationship With The Orchestra. Archival Interview Recorded In 1989
Conductor – Douglas Lilburn
Orchestra – The Alex Lindsay String Orchestra
8-25 Douglas Lilburn - “Composing Has Become More Difficult For Me ...” - Archival Interview Recorded In 1975
8-26 Peter Vere-Jones - Reading "Kitten On The Keys" Letter To The New Zealand Listener, 1949
8-27 Jack Body - Very Sensitive About His Personal Life Being Made Public
8-28 Philip Norman - “Douglas's Music Was Reserved, Reticent ...”
Conductor – Ashley Heenan
Orchestra – Schola Musica
8-29 Dean Major - “Douglas Worked Incredibly Hard To Create His Own Voice ...”
8-30 Margaret Nielsen - From The Port Hills
8-31 Dorothy McKegg - Production Credits
CD 9 - Episode 9: Withdrawing
9-1 Margaret Nielsen - Occasional Pieces For Piano (1942-73)
9-2 John Murray - “Douglas’s Funeral Service Was A Very Private Affair …”
9-3 Jeannie Lilburn - A Letter From Douglas In 1988 About Not Travelling, Withdrawing
9-4 Martin Lodge - Increased Paranoia Due To Drinking And No Daily Structure
9-5 Alistair Campbell And Meg Campbell - Drinking Changed Him
9-6 Margaret Nielsen - Occasional Pieces For Piano (1942-73)
9-7 Gwyneth Brown - Describing Douglas's Face
9-8 Jack Body - “In His Late Years He Was Shy Of The Media … Self Conscious About Being Known …”
9-9 Martin Lodge - Withdrawing From The Public
9-10 Jeannie Lilburn - He Was Aware Of His Status; Describing Douglas's Mother
9-11 Margaret Nielsen - “He Had A Memory Like An Elephant …”
9-12 Jack Body - Reflecting On Relationships
9-13 Margaret Nielsen - Occasional Pieces For Piano (1942-73)
9-14 Peter Walls - Coming Back To New Zealand And Seeing Douglas Slip Into Old Age
9-15 Ross Harris - After He Retired He Had A Chance To Compose Full Time - But He Didn't
9-16 Martin Lodge - Going Deaf
9-17 Peter Walls - He Still Listened To What Other Composers Were Doing
9-18 Jill Palmer - “I Once Asked Douglas Why He Gave Up Composing …”
9-19 Ashley Heenan - Reading The Final Letter
9-20 Margaret Nielsen - Brown Paper Bag Letters
9-21 Margaret Nielsen - No. 7 From Nine Short Piano Pieces (1966)
9-22 Jack Body - Falling Into Old Age; Defining Moments
9-23 Joyce Hamilton - He Didn't Leave His House In Later Years
9-24 Jeannie Lilburn - His Refusal At The Possibility Of Living In A Rest Home
9-25 Peter Walls - The Shepherd's Arms Group
9-26 Jenny McLeod - I Wrote Him A Letter Before He Died
9-27 Georgina Zellan-Smith - Four Preludes (1948-60)
9-28 John Hopkins - “I Regret That We Didn't Do More …”
9-29 John Murray - Douglas Never Talked About Death, More About Life And Creation
9-30 Jeannie Lilburn - Letting Go Of Family
9-31 Douglas Lilburn - The Return (1965)
Read By – Tim Elliott
Voice – Mahi Potiki
Words By – Alistair Campbell
9-32 Margaret Nielsen And Michael Leighton-Jones - Elegy (1951)
Words By – Alistair Campbell
9-33 Dorothy McKegg - Production Credits
CD 10 - Episode 10: Legacies
10-1 Sir William Southgate - Douglas Would Have Hated This Series
10-2 Peter Vere-Jones - "Gordon" - Reading From Douglas’s Unpublished Notes For Memories Of Early Years - A Selection Of Autobiographical Sketches
Piano – Margaret Nielsen
10-3 Peter Walls - Description Of Douglas - Generous But Frightening...a Fighter
10-4 Jack Body And Douglas Lilburn - Petitioning For The Release Of Jailed Composers. Archival Interview Recorded In 1975
Conductor – John Ritchie
Narrator – Bruce Mason
Orchestra – New Zealand Broadcasting Corporation Symphony Orchestra
10-5 Jill Palmer - Jill Palmer Displays Douglas's Typewriter Held At The Alexander Turnbull Library
10-6 Peter Vere-Jones - Reads A Letter From Douglas To President Park Chung-hee Of The Republic Of Korea, 21 May 1976
Orchestra – Schola Musica Quartet
10-7 Jack Body And Douglas Lilburn - “Freedom Seems To Function On Many Levels …” - Archival Interview Recorded In 1975
10-8 Douglas Lilburn - Poem In Time Of War (Electronic With Voice Of Vietnamese Student, 1967)
10-9 Jill Palmer - Forming The New Zealand Music Archive At The Alexander Turnbull Library
10-10 Patrick O'Byrne - Chaconne (1946)
10-11 Jill Palmer - Describing What's In The Lilburn Collection At The Alexander Turnbull Library
10-12 Peter Vere-Jones - "My Strong Willed Mother …" - Reading From Douglas’s Unpublished Notes For Memories Of Early Years - A Selection Of Autobiographical Sketches
10-13 Douglas Lilburn - Incidental Music From This Is New Zealand (1949), A New Zealand Broadcasting Service Radio Documentary
10-14 Douglas Lilburn And Chris Bourke - “You're Composing To Say Something Rather Than To Stretch Yourself?” - Archival Interview Recorded In 1985 For The Listener
10-15 Ross Harris - Supporting Other Composers In The Background
10-16 Peter Walls - “I Think Douglas Was Always Hesitant To Promote Himself, But Now …”
10-17 Concord Brass - Quartet For Brass Instruments (1957)
10-18 Jeannie Lilburn - The Queen's Visit; Receiving The Order Of New Zealand
1019 Peter Vere-Jones - "I Quickly Made Friends With The Children In The Street…" - Reading From Douglas’s Unpublished Notes For Memories Of Early Years - A Selection Of Autobiographical Sketches
Guitar – Edrick Banks
10-20 Jill Palmer - Order Of New Zealand Medal Story
10-21 Douglas Lilburn - The Return (1965)
Read By – Tim Elliott
Voice – Mahi Potiki
Words By – Alistair Campbell
10-22 John Thomson - Douglas's Friendship With Ralph Vaughan Williams. Archival Interview Recorded In 1995
10-23 Douglas Lilburn - Tribute To Ralph Vaughan Williams. Archival Talk Extracted From Tribute To Ralph Vaughan Williams Recorded On His Death In 1958
10-24 The National Orchestra - St Joan (1955)
Conductor – James Robertson
10-25 Jenny McLeod - Douglas Taught Me How To Listen
10-26 Peter Walls - New Zealandness In His Music
10-27 Peter Vere-Jones - "There Was A Final Family Summer …" - Reading From Douglas’s Unpublished Notes For Memories Of Early Years - A Selection Of Autobiographical Sketches
Piano – Rae De Lisle
Violin – Dean Major
10-28 Ropata Erwin - “Douglas Was Extremely Loyal To His Friends …”; Rita Angus
10-29 Joyce Hamilton - “I Remember When Rita Died ...”
10-30 Dean Major - “With Douglas It Was A Matter Of Trust …”
10-31 Alistair Te Ariki Campbell - “His Music Didn't Influence Me - But His Personality Did …”
Clarinet – Richard Foreman
Piano – Bruce Greenfield
10-32 Helen Young - Douglas Affected My Decisions
10-33 Alistair Te Ariki Campbell - “I Never Thought In Terms Of Making Money…”
10-34 Peter Vere-Jones - "On The Last Day Of The Holiday …" - Reading From Douglas’s Unpublished Notes For Memories Of Early Years - A Selection Of Autobiographical Sketches
10-35 Douglas Lilburn - The Return (1965) / A Song Of Islands (originally Titled Song Of The Antipodes, 1946)
Conductor – John Hopkins
Orchestra – The New Zealand Symphony Orchestra
Read By – Tim Elliott
Voice – Mahi Potiki
Words By – Alistair Campbell
10-36 Dorothy McKegg - Production Credits

Notes
All music composed by Douglas Lilburn. A limited edition 10 CD boxed set of the remarkable radio documentary tracing the life and music of Douglas Lilburn. Interviews with the composer, his family, friends, and colleagues both composers and performers. The CDs are accompanied by a comprehensive booklet.

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