The title Dance of Leilah: Dance of Lilith comes from a character, the same (yet transformed) character Leilah/Lilith - in Angela Carter's novel 'The Passion of New Eve'. Although the piece evokes, in a sense, the dance of the temptress Leilah, the music is not programmatic; it is influenced by the underlying theme of the book, which is transformation.
Dance of Leilah: Dance of Lilith was first Performed by Philip Mead at St. John's Smith Square, London on 3rd June, 1995
pp. 25 duration c.11 mins
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