Awakening (The Dawn of a New Day) is an orchestra piece written by Colleen Muriel. It is approximately 7 minutes in length and has 5 main parts (sections/movements)
There are subtitles throught which describe various aspects of dawns, awakenings, struggles to be born or give birth and/or awareness.
Originally for organ, these variations were composed towards the end of Bach's life. This recorder version makes use of contrasting registers and adds a few notes, though remains largely faithful to the original.
Rainy Day is a short trio for two violins and piano that was inspired by a washi (Japanese paper) doll given to the composer. It evokes the emotions of a child who cannot play outside because it is raining .... until sunshine breaks through the clouds.
This accessible piano quintet in a romantic style lasts approximately 32 minutes and can be played by players of grade 8 standard across all parts. Reflections depicts the journey of a river from its source in the hills to the ocean.
A set of four contrasting movements for 11-part clarinet choir: Eb(2) Bb(4) Eb alto(2) Bb bass(2) Eb contra alto (1) with C clarinet alternative to Eb 2. Performance parts - a full score is available separately.
A set of four contrasting movements for 11-part clarinet choir: Eb(2) Bb(4) Eb alto(2) Bb bass(2) Eb contra alto (1) with C clarinet alternative to Eb 2. Full score - a set of performance parts is available separately.
These Twelve Voluntaries are a typical example of organ music for manuals only by an 18th. century English composer. They are delightful and varied pieces which are very suitable for church or recital use.
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