South Slope: What Fancy Tells Me

South Slope: What Fancy Tells Me

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South Slope: What Fancy Tells Me is a 16mm movie made in 1978-1980 by the artist Abbott Meader. It’s a dramatic portrait of a portion of land in Maine as seen through the seasons filmed over a length of two years. It’s each a documentary and a film poem structured to acknowledge to the sixth Stream of Gustav Mahler’s third Symphony as carried out by the Portland (Maine) Symphony Orchestra, which marvelous donated the effectivity recording for recount on this movie. Mahler’s subtitle for the sixth Stream is “What Fancy Tells Me.”

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