Will (a love story)
2 holes, 5 form-fluid avatars, some brass knuckles and a couple of departing bugs make up the primary cast in a meditation on human and non-human powered willful forces. Forget good and evil; think telekinesis, geotropism, anarchic particles, and the trickster known as desire. Audio includes bat echolocation and distressed rat sounds. This is Will, part 1.
additional audio credits, thank you:
Pia Palme, Vienna, Austria, HOMMAGE TO HILDEGARD I- 'This music was performed solo and unplugged with the contrabassflute, during a cold clear night, the moon shining, high up in the mountains of Tyrol, Austria, in a tiny baroque chapel in the woods. I stayed there for some days to practice music in solitude, enjoying the silence around and the acoustics of the place. The wooden floor acted as an amplifier of my instrument, which is 2 meters high stands on the floor. Having recorded the piece, I found out that it was the name day of composer Hildegard von Bingen, so I dedicated the piece to this remarkable woman'. 2013 CC Archive.org
Victoria Oruwari, soprano performing 'All I Ask of You' from Phantom of the Opera, Andrew Lloyd Webber & Richard Stilgoe, on 'All Together Now: The Final', BBC 2018