These two pieces are by the Victorian composer Edmund Thomas Chipp who was a London organist, later becoming organist of Ely Cathedral prior to which he was organist of St. George's church and the Ulster Hall, both in Belfast.
Endurspegla (or Reflection) is written for a treble instrument and piano. A short expressive piece, it can be played by flute, violin or clarinet and makes suitable teaching material. Duration 4 minutes.
Delighting in Rainbows - this unusual combination of soprano, piano, flute and cello provides a beautiful, thoughtful, spacious setting of a poem by Marion Fawlk. Each instrument is given plenty of expression, enhancing the words of the poem.
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