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Nights in Timisoara for Organ

Nights in Timisoara for Solo Organ evokes the essence of the Romanian people in eastern city of Timisoara. Over the years many cultures have influenced and left their mark in the neighborhoods throughout the city even to the present time. Nights in Timisoara strives...

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Nights in Timisoara for String Orchestra

Nights in Timisoara for String Orchestra evokes the essence of the Romanian people in the eastern city of Timisoara. Over the years many cultures have influenced and left their mark in the neighborhoods throughout the city even to the present time.  Nights in...

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Nocturne for Solo Piano

Dr. Eubanks (1922-2006) was a student of the well-known French teacher Nadia Boulanger. Nocturne for Solo Piano combines intellectual rigor with intense expressivity. Rachel Amelia Eubanks was born in San Jose, California. She received her B.A. degree from the...

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Nocturne noir for Piano

In the night, Nocturne noir enters the mind, where dreams and motives intertwine, ever shifting between reality and fantasy. Slow awakening from a deep sleep begins with an ascending jagged scale, becoming more insistent until block chords made of the intervals of the...

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O Pioneers! for Orchestra, Symphony No. 7

Symphony No. 7 “O Pioneers!” was adapted from Harbach’s opera, O Pioneers! An American Opera, based on Willa Cather’s lyrical novel of tragedy and transformation, O Pioneers!  In 2014, Harbach transcribed three songs from the opera to paint musical portraits of the...

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Ojibwa Prayer for SATB, Flute, and Piano

The author of the text is unknown, and the language of the Ojibwa Prayer is also known as Chippewa, Saulteaux, Southern Ojibway, and Mississippi Ojibwa.  The prayer was taken from Bishop Frederick Baraga’s Catechism written in the middle 1800's. This setting is for...

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Organ Music by Women Composers before 1800

Women have been composing organ music for at least five centuries. This volume contains some of the earliest known organ music by women composers, including Conditor Alme, written by a Spanish nun, Gracia Baptista, c. 1557. Caterina Assandra was an Italian nun active...

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Organ Works in G Major

This is the newly recovered wedding recessional that Fanny Mendelssohn Hensel (1805-1847) wrote for her own wedding in 1829. A stately march, it alternates between sections of full chords and imitative sections. Fanny is quickly becoming one of the best-known woman...

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Overture to Astarto for Harpsichord or Piano

Felice Giardini (1716-1796) was a well-known Italian virtuoso violinist, teacher, and composer. The Overture to Astarto contains three movements. The first movement, Allegro, in D Major has fanfares and tremolos. The diatonic melodies are triadic in outline with...

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Perambulations for Trumpet and Piano

Perambulations for Trumpet and Piano showcases the lyric possibilities and rhythmic energy of the trumpet. It opens with a blues-tinged melodic theme before moving to a bright Vivace toccata in the piano with emphatic chords and considerable interplay between the two...

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