Concertino is written for cello solo, requiring a professional player, and 6 instruments which can be played by amateurs. It is a miniature concerto in one movement and was originally written for CoMA.
Song cycle comprising settings of 16 of Elizabeth Barrett's love sonnets for Robert Browning, ending with "How do I love thee?". (For convenience the settings are printed in two books, each of eight sonnets.)
Yvonne Howard and the English Piano Trio perform this 14 minute work comprising five songs to text from Robert Browning's Pippa Passes. Jane Faulkner and Timothy Ravenscroft then play the Sonata in A minor "Affinities".
This is the sixteenth of 16 settings from the CD "How do I love thee? ..." recorded by Yvonne Howard and Scott Mitchell. The words are all beautiful love sonnets for Robert Browning by Elizabeth Barrett.
An upbeat light-hearted musical journey in all of three and a half minutes! Extracted from a 1988 piecd written for dance, this version for two saxophones and piano is the composer’s favourite scoring.
Song cycle comprising settings of 16 of Elizabeth Barrett Browning's famous love sonnets performed by mezzo Yvonne Howard and pianist Scott Mitchell.
Recorded July 2013 RNCM Manchester.
Duration c. 42 minutes part one c.19 minutes
Lively and evocative music for the good intermediate bassist, with a Brazilian flavour and influence in both pieces. There are musical and technical challenges and this would be suitable for any concert or occasion.
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