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The following works have been published and are available from the usual outlets or from the composer. Please do get in touch.
Maumbury Rings and Dancing Ledge
Two pieces inspired by the landscape of Hardy's Wessex. Maumbury Rings is in tremolo throughout, Dancing Ledge features passages of dreamy thoughtfulness, exciting rhythms and climactic percussiveness.
Reviewed by Classical Guitar magazine in July 2001: "...beautifully crafted music...a privilege to review". Click here for the full review.
|Advanced technique required; both pieces are about Grade 8.|
|Published by Tuscany Publications of Florida in 2000.||
Tuscany Publications' website is at www.tuscanyguitar.com
Their catalogue is distributed by The Theodore Presser Co., www.presser.com
|Please note the important correction to a mistake in Maumbury Rings.|
Click here for mp3s of a live performance of the Scottish Suite.
A suite of four pieces after the manner of Scottish folk music. The movements are: Pastoral, Hornpipe, Lament and Gig. The suite is dedicated to Ben Verdery.
Reviewed by Classical Guitar magazine in July 2001: "a superb virtuoso concert item". Click here for the full review.
|Even harder than Maumbury Rings and Dancing Ledge, the overall requirement here is postGrade 8.|
|Published by Tuscany Publications of Florida in 2000.||There's also two small corrections to make in Scottish Suite.|
|Caer Meini||Another folk-inspired piece, but beginning and ending peacefully. The title refers to a mountain in South West Wales from which some of the stones were taken to build Stonehenge.||About Grade 8.|
|Published by Mel Bay in 2001.||Part of "The Contemporary Guitar - An Anthology of New Music" commissioned and edited by Stanley Yates. The pieces in the book are to be recorded by Stanley too. www.melbay.com|
|Two songs for voice and piano setting poems by A B 'Banjo' Paterson: "Flying Squirrels" and "Prelude".||These settings were a contribution to a project by the Dorset Composers' Network to create a programme and associated publication of settings of Paterson's verse.|
|The Anthology is called 'Selections from 'THE ANIMALS THAT NOAH FORGOT" and other poems'. Published by Greenhill Music.|
Concerto no 1 for Guitar solo and orchestra for more details click here.
Concerto for Guitar soloist and Guitar orchestra for review of a live performance click here.
Concerto no 3 for Guitar solo and String Orchestra
Hunting the Wren for Guitar and Flute
The Birds of Rhiannon Gtr, vln, vla, clo, fl, ob, bsn
I'll come and go by Carterhaugh for Guitar and Bassoon/'cello
Temenos for Guitar and Violin/Mandolin
Aria for guitar and oboe
Virtual Reels for guitar, flute and clarinet/viola (or other pairings)
|For the stage||Music for Breathing Still Danceworks South Commission||1993|
Figures of Dawn for three Guitars
Four Dances from Hardy's Notebook for four Guitars
Siciliana for eight Guitars
Worlde's Woodsere for eleven Guitars
Highgate Wood for solo flute and guitar, and guitar ensemble
(Concerto for Guitar soloist and Guitar orchestra - see Concerti)
Arebea - Fantasy on a theme of Bernard Stevens
Una Pieza Breve
Pieces of Eight
(Tuscany Publications, Florida)
Maumbury Rings (tremolo)
(both Tuscany Publications, Florida)
Caer Meini (Mel Bay)
Five Pieces for Solo Guitar Details (Jacaranda Music)
Celtic Collection includes Lochan Brae, Guildhall syllabus Grade 4. Details (Jacaranda Music)
Hands On! Pieces to develop free stroke. Pre Grade 1 to post grade 1. Details. (Jacaranda Music)
|Voice and Guitar||
Three Hardy Songs mezzo
Early Songs mezzo
|Medium Voice and Piano||Flying Squirrels and Prelude (Greenhill Music)||2002|
The Music on the Hill for flute
Jailli de la terre for piano
Archeo for bouzouki
|Printed = engraved printout, except concertos 1 and 2 which are bound: ms = manuscript.|
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