After Eric Whitacre decided upon the poem by Edward Esch (He was immediately struck by its genuine, elegant simplicity), he had it translated into the Latin by the celebrated American poet Charles Anthony...
A Waltz for Jennie is dedicated to my wife, Jennifer. The introductory eight measures should be conducted with a sense of rubato and a delicate touch. Throughout the piece, care should be taken...
The Gloria from the Latin Mass has inspired musicians for centuries as it strives to pay homage to God. This work for orchestra and two part choir is joyous, energetic and eminently playable. A...
Finally, an arrangement for full orchestra and voice of four of the most memorable Australian folk tunes that everyone can play and sing! The vocal part may be sung by a soloist, unison choir or even...
This work was commissioned by the Cooloola Shire Symphony Orchestra in Queensland Australia in collaboration with some elders from the Nations in that area. It is written for full orchestra, narrator...
Written for full symphony orchestra, this light and lively march provides a nice "Sunday afternoon in the park" feel. While cut-time meter is prevalent, there is a brief 6/8 section that makes this march...
Space Fantasy is the first in a series of three orchestral pieces inspired by the great mysteries and exploration of the universe. This accessible composition is a perfect crowd-pleaser for any...
The 24 Preludes that comprise Opus 11, composed over the course of eight years between 1888-96, are perhaps the most commonly performed of Scriabin's piano works. Romantic, lyrical, and full of...
Last year's fragile, vanished snow is falling again - I feel like I'm seeing you, I want to rush outside, have nothing between us. - Ancient Japanese Haiku, Lady Izumi Shikibu (c. 978 - unknown)
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