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Being and time II: Tabula rasa : for piano and dice

by Rosalind Page (2012)

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Performance by Zubin Kanga from the CD Piano inside out

Piano inside out


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Piano inside out / Zubin Kanga.

Library shelf no. CD 2651 [Not for loan]

Being and time II: Tabula rasa


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Being and time II: Tabula rasa : for solo piano and dice / Rosalind Page.

Library shelf no. 786.2/PAG 1 [Available for loan]

Work Overview

Being and Time II: Tabula Rasa for solo piano and dice

A philosophical existential in three frames, inspired by Imants Tillers' Tabula Rasa (2012), dedicated to the artist's father.

remember me

From the vestiges of determinism, who is remembering whom?
And when memories are erased, with what do we replenish our being?

late horizons

Beyond the sinuous line tracing family trees, how do we navigate the abyss? When language is lost, what can be sung?


In the diaspora of constellations, what can we hold onto? In the future that is becoming

~ only movement or stillness or an idea of being

Rosalind Page, 2012

Work Details

Year: 2012

Instrumentation: Piano and dice.

Duration: 9 min.

Difficulty: Advanced

Contents note: Remember me -- Late horizons -- Cosmos.

Dedication note: Dedicated to Imants Tillers, Zubin Kanga

First performance: by Zubin Kanga at Zubin Kanga: Spectrum (Salon - Melbourne Recital Centre) on 11 Aug 2012

This work is the second movement in the Being and Time Trilogy.

Performances of this work

8 May 2015: at Being and Time (James O Fairfax Theatre). Featuring Gabi Sultana.

21 Oct 2014: at Northern Lights (Recital Hall West, Sydney Conservatorium of Music). Featuring Clemens Leske.

16 Aug 2012: at Zubin Kanga: Spectrum (The Independent Theatre). Featuring Zubin Kanga.

11 Aug 2012: at Zubin Kanga: Spectrum (Salon - Melbourne Recital Centre). Featuring Zubin Kanga.

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