Interweave 1 CH002 FlipScore A nice, laid back and well written Septet for traditional and electronic instruments by the talented composer, Catherine Ellis. Score and Parts, £25. As performed in the Royal Albert Hall!
Orange Leaves of England, CH003 FlipScore James’s Song Cycle for Tenor or Soprano. Featuring poems by Jonson, Joyce, Shelley, Dodgson, Farnaby, R.L. Stevenson and George Romary, this challenging English cycle would grace any recital. £25 for 2 copies.
Septet for Wind and Piano Op 9, CH004 FlipScore. An extremely challenging work for the pianist, but a well-rounded and exciting piece. Stravinsky like in places and rhythmically complex. Score and parts - £35
Cantiones Sacre Op17, CH005 FlipScore. For Triple Choir, Piano, Flute and Percussion, these contemporary settings of Beatus Vir, Misericordias Domini and Agnus Dei using works by Orlando di Lassus, Darius Milhaud and Charles Ives as inspiration. Challenging and advanced. Price negotiable.
Babiy Yar Op 12, CH006 FlipScore - no audio. For Baritone, 'Cello, Multi Percussion and Tape, this Music Theatre piece is a moving but sometimes violent setting of Yevgeniy Yevtushenko's poem about atrocities near Kiev in WW2. The work won the composition prize at the Indiana State University Contemporary Music Festival in 1976, were it was performed by the composer.