Four moving poems by Ivor Gurney (Song, Requiem, To His Love, Song and Pain) set by Robert Hugill, two of the songs were short-listed in the 2007 English Poetry and Song Society's Ivor Gurney Competition.
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.
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
New solo vocal music written to words from Goethe and the Bible accompanied by piano or organ by Colleen Muriel. Written in a late Romantic style and very appropriate for recitals or concerts. (elflauto.ca)
St. Luke's description of the Annunciation set as a dialogue between soprano and alto soloists, which reflects both the dramatic nature of the Angel's appearance and Mary's quietly meditative response.
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