Snow, Moon and Flowers by Peter Sculthorpe.
Trinity Guildhall 2019 - 2020
Snow, Moon and Flowers I was introduced to by Prof. Peter Noke and the stillness between the notes containing the resonance of that which came before explains today being assisted by that which came before. The coldness of some of the time that had to pass as a chill germinates a seed, the darkness when the light of the moon keeps momentum as a seed is buried in the soil and finally the flowers that grow because of all that happened.
Remote Xianggelila by Zhang Nan.
A Trinity Guildhall Grade 8 piece. Year 2020