In 2013, the remarkable Canadian composer, Nic Gotham, who lived from September 1959 to July 2013, was commissioned to write a ten-minute work in response to the manuscript of The Search for Heinrich Schlögel. He selected as instrumentation: clarinet, piano, cello, and percussion. It became his final work, and was completed in Kensington Hospice. It is being played for you by cellist Paul Widner, pianist Stephen Clarke, clarinetist Bob Stephenson, and percussionist Rick Sacks who is also the artistic director of Array Music --- arraymusic.com
Images are a few of over 700 postcards collected by Martha, inscribed with the text of her novel, mailed to over 70 friends who in turn read the text into an online archive at schlogel.ca.