Among the numerous other artists with whom Martha Graham collaborated was Pulitzer Prize-winning American composer William Schuman (1910�1992), who wrote an orchestral score for her Night Journey (1947). Shown is the piano rehearsal score with choreographic notes.. The title refers to an archetypal motif described by Jung: �The night sea journey is . . . a journey to the land of ghosts somewhere beyond this world, beyond consciousness, hence an immersion in the unconscious.� In his mythology, the journey is a stage in which the hero experiences danger and even death.