Hollis (1976) - This piece is a large-scale wind harp mounted
on the roof of the Exploratorium. The sounds produced by the wind
blowing across the choir of strings are transmitted mechano-acoustically
to speakers near the entrance of the building. The harp is the
culmination of a series of investigations into the nature of resonating
strings and the ways in which this resonance can be transmitted
and amplified though non-electronic means.