||Scott Macmillan and Jennyfer Brickenden
||Scott Macmillan and Jennyfer Brickenden Introduction (2:03) -- Celtic Roots (3:09) -- Treasure Trove of Resources (2:46) -- Ancient Texts are Relevant Today (3:16) -- What is a Mass? (2:53) -- Musical Structure (1:30) -- Bedrock of Words (3:02) -- Musical Composition (2:37) -- Musical Warning (1:48) -- Reverent Work (2:07) -- Touching the Collective Unconscious (3:06) -- Mass for Sea Creatures (3:10) -- Worldwide Production (1:52) -- Flexible Music (1:54) -- Impetus of the Commission (2:36) -- Musical Partnership (3:04) -- Composing Career (4:40) -- 12 Tone Cannons (1:21) -- Creating a Transition from the Upper-world to the Underworld (3:07) -- Transcendence of Life (2:00) -- Echoing the Act of Creation (3:10) -- Green Interview (0:18) -- Credits: The Music of the Sea: Scott Macmillan and Jennyfer Brickenden (0:15)
||This episode of The Green Interview features Scott Macmillan and Jennyfer Brickenden. Macmillan is one of Canada's most esteemed composers and musical figures and Brickenden is his partner, business manager, organizer, librettist and wife. Behind the scenes, she plays an integral part in Macmillan's creative process. His deep love for the Celtic music of Nova Scotia led him to compose Celtic-classical crossover music for the Scott Macmillan Sextet and The Octet. The Octet's success led CBC Maritimes to commission the environmental masterpiece, The Celtic Mass for the Sea .
|General note||Encoded with permission for digital streaming by Films Media Group on July 31, 2014.|
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|General note||Part of the series The Green Interview.|
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|Interest grade level
||9 & up.
|Technical details||Mode of access: Internet.|
|Technical details||System requirements: FOD playback platform.|
|Source of description||Title from distributor's description.|
|Issued in other form||Originally produced: Paper Tiger Television Collective (Firm), 2011.|
|Publisher number||58273 Films Media Group|