A short but colourful musical journey in one concise movement - the title relates to the 2012 UK Olympics torch relay. Composed in a contemporary classical idiom but accessible to both players and listeners alike.
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.
Beautiful contemporary piano music, written in the minimalist style, interwoven with rich and transcendent melody evoking landscape and journey. If you like Einaudi but want something more classical, then this is for you!
A contemporary cello sonata written in the minimalist style but also full of romantic and soaring melodies. It is an exploration of 'Soul’s journey' through 4 stages, finishing joyfully in the high octaves.
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.)
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