|1||Purcill Washes Whiter (i)||8:01|
|2||Purcill Washes Whiter (ii)||8:25|
|3||Flying Deep (Pollock) (i)||8:56|
|4||Flying Deep (Pollock) (ii)||8:36|
|5||Flying Deep (Pollock) (iii)||8:08|
|6||Flying Deep (Pollock) (iv)||8:00|
|7||Flying Deep (Pollock) (v)||8:19|
- Performer – Dr. Ian D. Mellish
15 Mar. '91 (original version) 2 May '99 - Pyhra.
A reworking of 'Fantasias for Viols' by Henry Purcell. This stemmed from a happy accident in York involving a record deck, a tape deck and a conductor friend. For the CD version I mixed in a new end.
Flying Deep (Pollock Mix 1)
10 Feb.'89 - Chingford.
Inspired by the artist Jackson Pollock's work and loosely based on the painting "The Deep" (1953). A live 'flying' mix of lots of tape machines 'pouring' sound, plus a little cleaning up.
10 July '84 - Derwent, York. (originally for quad. tape)
Based on the sculpture "Méta-Harmonie II" (1979) by Jean Tinguely. This is a very large and noisy kinetic sculpture which includes connected wheels, various beaters and an upright piano. For this piece I recorded the sculpture for half an hour or so and the sounds are in there somewhere. Short version.