Improvising Medusa Ensemble created for the event: Natalia Mann, harp; Ros Bandt, tarhu (a contemporary Australian spike fiddle), flutes and air whistles; Erdem Helvacıoğlu, electric guitarviol and live processing; İzzet Kızıl, percussion. The last seven movements of the eleven movement water symphony recorded in Basilica Cistern (Yerebatan Sarnıcı) beneath Istanbul, Turkey. V - Water Through Glass (original glass and clay, harp, tarhu); VI - Corinthian Song (Renaissance tenor recorder, harp, electric guitarviol, live processing, percussion); VII - Water Dreaming (psalteries and harps, words, water, Renaissance flute); VIII - Medusa Dreaming (harp solo, percussion, electric guitarviol); IX - Basilica Dreaming (windharps recorded in the Australian desert, multicultural voices: 336 marble columns); X - From Belgrat Forest (ultrasound recording of a Rimu tree growing, tarhu, electric guitarviol, live processing); XI - 52 Steps to the Future of Water (ensemble apotheosis, international words: dreaming, medusa, columns, stone, 52 steps).
For pipe organ and soundsystem, recorded from multiple microphones throughout the architecture housing pipe organ and audience. Three numbered parts, followed by Coda: The Passage West (An Pasáiste Thiar).