216 results for Creative work

  • Eerst me fiets: first my bike (solo exhibition)

    Parekowhai, Michael

    Creative work
    The University of Auckland Library

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  • Love and Marriage concert with Dame Felicity Lott, Gabriel Woolf, Edith Salzmann, Leo Phillips, Stephen de Pledge

    Salzmann, Edith

    Creative work
    The University of Auckland Library

    Gala evening, Haydn piano trio, chamber orchestra

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  • Concerto Auckland; Kufferath, Irons, Salzmann trio

    Irons, D; Kufferath, E; Salzmann, Edith

    Creative work
    The University of Auckland Library

    Piano trio evening with works by Haydn and Brahms Joseph Haydn, Trio G Major Hob. XV. Elliott Carter, Mnemosyne for violin & Figment IV for viola. Maurice Ravel, Sonata for violin and piano No.2 in G Major. Johannes Brahms, Trio in B Major op.8.

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  • Cries of Auckland, for string quartet and six voices

    de Castro-Robinson, Eve (2014-12-15)

    Creative work
    The University of Auckland Library

    Adam Chamber Music Festival, Nelson, February 2015 I was commissioned by the New Zealand String Quartet to write a piece for the New Zealand String Quartet and the Australian Song Company to premiere during the Adam Chamber Music Festival, Nelson, February 2015

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  • Exploded View

    Gregory, Nuala

    Creative work
    The University of Auckland Library

    In Gallery Two, Associate Professor Nuala Gregory from the Elam School of Fine Arts creates an immersive installation of printed and collaged works. Her art work draws on her investigations in art theory, advancing the proposition that art can produce effects which escape the bounds of representation and operated instead at the level of bodily sensation. The exhibition is accompanied by a 48 page full colour catalogue with essays by Dr Peter Shand and Gregory O’Brien.

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  • A Bridge to Somewhere: Jazz Perspectives of Auckland (recording)

    Thwaites, Trevor (2011-08)

    Creative work
    The University of Auckland Library

    The CD comprises nine Trevor Thwaites compositions, including “Jazz Waiata” performed by Bruce Morley’s Emergency Exit Band, “Millenium Samba” and title track “A Bridge to Somewhere” performed by jazz trio Crystal Silence, and a number of tunes that feature sax and flute player Jim Langabeer. Trevor plays vibraphone, drums and or percussion on all tracks.

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  • Große Reihe, Göttinger Symphonie Orchester

    Rummel, Martin; Lange, P

    Creative work
    The University of Auckland Library

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  • For Love Not Money

    Speers, James

    Creative work
    The University of Auckland Library

    FOR LOVE NOT MONEY is intended to present a timely reflection on the state of contemporary art production, presentation and reception during a period of world financial crisis. It also encapsulates a reflection of the status of printmaking within the hierarchy of contemporary art practice and production. Continuing a process started in previous triennials the 15th Triennial will present art works made using a range of mechanical and digital reproduction and print techniques, including camera and computer based technologies.

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  • J.S. Bach in the Italian Style (JH Tibbles, harpsichord) [CD recording]

    Tibbles, James

    Creative work
    The University of Auckland Library

    Harpsichord music by J.S. Bach, performed on the Paul Downie copy of Christian Zell 1728 double manual harpsichord

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  • The Troupe

    Harvey, Mark

    Creative work
    The University of Auckland Library

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  • NZSO Cresswell Concerto premiere

    Depledge, Stephen

    Creative work
    The University of Auckland Library

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  • Sesquialtera [CD recording]

    Tibbles, James

    Creative work
    The University of Auckland Library

    Programme notes on the history of early English chamber organs, and on the Avery organ, by James Tibbles; "detailed information on the organ, including documentation on its restoration, registrations of the works on this CD and aspects of performance practice, is available on the Age of Discovery website

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  • Calls from the Ark, for bass clarinet

    Elmsly, John

    Creative work
    The University of Auckland Library

    One of 34 composers selected for this compilation «ShortCuts» – das ist eine bislang einzigartige Sammlung von kurzen Stücken für zwei Klarinetten bzw. Bassklarinetten. Das Kompendium von 34 vielfältigen Miniaturen von Musikschaffenden aus vier Kontinenten der Erde bildet eine Momentaufnahme gegenwärtigen Komponierens. Initiiert wurden die «ShortCuts» von den Klarinettisten Petra Stump und Heinz-Peter Linshalm. Zwanzig dieser Stücke finden sich auf der der Abo-Auflage der Neuen Zeitschrift für Musik beigege benen CD.

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  • At water's birth for piano trio

    de Castro-Robinson, EK (2009)

    Creative work
    The University of Auckland Library

    a piano trio commissioned by NZTrio in 2007

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  • Temporality and education: Incorporating a piano performance of Chopin’s Barcarolle, F sharp major, Opus 60

    Locke, Kirsten

    Creative work
    The University of Auckland Library

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  • Haydn. Trios for Flute, Cello and Piano Hob. XV:15-17 (M Rummel, cello) [CD recording]

    Rummel, Martin

    Creative work
    The University of Auckland Library

    Uwe Grodd, flute (soloist) ; Martin Rummel, cello (soloist) ;Christopher Hinterhuber, piano (soloist) CD recording of Haydn, Flute Trios Hob XV;15-17. Digital distribution started in May 2011, physical release October 2011

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  • Te Parapara Garden

    Bonica, Dante; Puke, Wiremu

    Creative work
    The University of Auckland Library

    Te Parapara Garden is the only garden of its type in a major city with traditional structures and food crops that are now extremely rare and outside of a museum setting. Dante played a very important role in almost all facets of the project during the entire duration of project as an adviser and contributor which included: Kokowai advice, preparation and application for all carved structures are believed to be the only structures entirely painted with Kokowai in Aotearoa and outside of a museum setting. The images of carvings attached to this NRO shows kokowai aplication as described from the early accounts. He carved the taumata atua for the tuahu. The patterns carved are from ancient taumatua atua from Waikato. He sourced and gathered obsidian from Taupō for customary usages at Te Parapara including preparing and installing the flaked obsidian eyes for parata-toi moko located at the rear of the pātaka. He prepared all the cordage for the pātaka, whatarangi and ruakūmara. He sourced, gathered and prepared kiekie roots and worked them inot the structural lashings for the pātaka. He sourced, gathered and prepared totara bark for thatching, and employed ancient thatching techiques for the pātaka, kāuta and ruakūmara. He manufactured replica agricultural implements from stone and wood for the māra kūmara He conducted the additional research on traditional lashing techniques to ensure the work's authenticity. He manufactured the feather wig for the tekoteko of the main pātaka. He gave a demonstration of Hika ahi (fire making) as part of the main opening of the Te Parapara Garden.

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  • Sensitive Buildings

    RIEGER, U

    Creative work
    The University of Auckland Library

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  • Kei konei koe: ō Tapuwae ki Tāmaki Makaurau - You Are Here: mapping Auckland

    Waghorn, Kathy; De Groot, C; Auckland War Memorial Museum Tamaki Paenga Hira

    Creative work
    The University of Auckland Library

    The exhibition Kei konei koe: ō Tapuwae ki Tāmaki Makaurau You Are Here: mapping Auckland, took place in the Pictorial Gallery of the Auckland War Memorial Museum, 30 September, 2011 to 12 August, 2012. This exhibition was developed in partnership with Dr. Cris de Groot, Unitec Institute of Technology, a team of Unitec computing and product design students, and Kathy Waghorn from the School of Architecture and Planning at The University of Auckland. You Are Here explores 200 years of Auckland’s planning and evolution using 40 maps as the lens.

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  • Numerology and Territories

    Speers, James

    Creative work
    The University of Auckland Library

    In a commercial setting, you don't need to read the sign to get it. It works in your peripheral vision. You see its colour. There are so many stories that come from a shade of blue or the depth of a red [...] I'm interested in that meditative moment, when you're looking at a magazine or a billboard and you're emptying your mind. You just download whatever image it is and you're not even really processing it. Auckland based artist Jim Speers' current exhibition Numerology and Territories continues his interest in appropriating the language and materials of local industry. His text based works carefully select the names of companies that make us aware of the semantic construction of a brand. VeilSide, for instance, is a company that specialises in customising body work for sports cars. The capitalisation of the 'V' and 'S' exists in the original brand. However by lifting these words out of their original context and simplifying the type, Speers places emphasis on the poetic combination of words and the way they function in an urban setting.

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