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In James Weeks' Three Trios musical material is stripped back towards a point at which it marks little more than the time passing; a study in pure structure (a canonic motet) and content nearing transparency (a window, nearly); the present as materialised, poignant space.
Blue-Green Hill by Judith Weir was commissioned by Boston Musica Viva (Richard Pittman, Music Director), with support from the Ernst von Siemens Foundation for Music and members of the Boston Musica Viva Commission Circle. Score/Piano part.
Hilda Paredes' Siphonophorae for Flute (doubling Bass Flute), Clarinet in A (doubling bass Clarinet), Piano, Violin, Viola and Cello. Composed and published in 2016.
Hugh Wood's Ithaka for Violin, Viola and Cello. Score.
For fans of the popular TV series Downton Abbey Christmas Day 2012 came to a sad close as they witnessed the death of the well-loved character Matthew Crawley. This piece by Mats Lidström was composed in response to the shocking season finale and seeks consolation for what had just unfolded on the screen.
Serenata In Vano was composed by Carl Nielsen in 1914. Scored for Clarinet, Bassoon, French Horn, Cello and Double Bass.
Clarinet Quintet by Poul Ruders was composed in 2014 for Harry Cameron-Penny and The Benyounes Quartet. Scored for Clarinet in Bb, 2 Violins, Viola and Cello.
Out Of The Cradle Endlessly Rocking 'Wave Music' (2007-08) by Per Nørgård. Scored for Clarinet, Violin, Cello and Piano. Commissioned by the Ebb and Flow Ensemble, Hawaii.
Inapparent Air And Aviary for small Ensemble was composed by Juliana Hodkinson in 2004.