|Format||Score + Parts|
|Instruments||soprano, piano, flute and cello|
"Delighting in Rainbows" is a setting of a poem by the contemporary English poet, Marion Fawlk. It was inspired from her visiting the Lake District in England. Marion has a longstanding relationship with the sacred nature of words, image and light and she specifically chose composer Rosemary Duxbury to set this work to music.
Rosemary has scored it for the unusual combination of soprano, piano, flute and cello. It is a spacious, thoughtful, spiritual and romantic work, and allows each instrument to have plenty of expression.
It received its London premiere at St Martin-in-the-Fields, and has had other performances including having been choreographed for dance.
"The voice that has shaped me
wakens me with light
and I am glad to be small,
a particle of this,
where my face is JOY
coloured with infinitude..."
- Marion Fawlk -
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