Monthly Archives: April 2016

Sarah Anne Rocks

what happened here long ago that your rocks all stand on end?

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look star!

Dave Reynolds – Photographer The view from the campsite at Frankland River, Tarkine, March 2016. I like im. I like im camp outside because of course you got to sleep outside, you got to feel im that wind and look star! … Continue reading

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Monster Duck

… the hidden meaning of haiku On Tuesday 5th, in South Hobart, all performances finished, I was preparing for a recording session scheduled for the next day. Having finished writing my part of a collaborative score for a new duo … Continue reading

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Husshh … hearing takayna

“An ecstatic meditation on ancient takayna/Tarkine wilderness in sound and words” That’s the bi-line Emily wrote when she invited me to join her in Tassie to take part in the Tarkine in Motion project, followed by a series of concerts … Continue reading

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Evening Cantillations

a gentle HA … and dusk begins in the tree beside the deck

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Table Cape to Design Tasmania

From the Tarkine, Em and I drove to Wynyard on the north coast and spent one and a half days in and around the Table Cape Lighthouse, using the acoustic to inspire new music, and also sitting outside by ourselves … Continue reading

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Lost

Tarkine Wilderness Lodge March 28th, 2016 Leaving our peaceful campsite in the burnt forest… we pack the car and drive to the Tarkine in Motion (TiM) rendezvous at Tarkine Wilderness Lodge. En route, we stretch our legs at Sumac Lookout … Continue reading

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