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.)
Nine new songs written for Primary Schools and centred around the Eco-Schools topics. Tuneful and fun to sing, easy to learn, with positive and empowering messages, and great for School Assemblies. CD included
An atmospheric concert piece for flute, with presence and beauty, evoking a still mirrored lake in Massachusetts in the Fall. Reflections of kaleidoscopic colours are recreated in the piece, which uses many extended techniques.
Composed between the 2008 and 2012 Transit of Venus, this piece evokes these rare events by mutual attraction of the two heavenly bodies; their brief close relationship as Venus passes across the sun's face.A live performance of this piece was broadcast by NASA on the World Wide Web.
This attractive set of miniature pieces in a contemporary idiom was first played by oboist, Melinda Maxwell, for the soundtrack of a short film, “The Storyteller”. It was broadcast on Anglia TV in 1993.
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.
An approachable piece in lighter mood of 3 movements: 1). Alla Marcia; 2). Lento; 3). Presto.
Geoffrey Self (1930-2008) was Music Advisor for Somerset; then Head of Music at Camborne Technical College.
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