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A sound installation project to record the sounds and stories of those in York Minster who clean, maintain, fix and renovate the building. These audio recordings have been edited into a sound poem by Helen Weinstein and Jon Calver.
A performance recorded by Helen Weinstein for the BBC Radio 4 documentary Helen produced for Remembrance Day, Memory Like Shells Bursting.
Oral histories recorded by Helen Weinstein at the domino tables of the Dutch Pot Luck Club in Lambeth reminiscing about lost belonging in the Caribbean, racism in London, and the Notting Hill Riots of 1958, with choir members' voices orchestrated by Karen Wimhurst to create the underlining score for this sound installation.
A sound poem created from oral histories about island identity, gaelic and the singing traditions of Mull, recorded by Helen Weinstein in collaboration with the choirs and singing inhabitants of Mull orchestrated by the composer Karen Wimhurst.