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Sonata in E-flat Major, Op. 4

Maria Hester Park (1760-1813) was an English composer and teacher. Not much information is available about her early life, but she appeared in harpsichord and piano concerts before she married Thomas Park. She was active in composition from about 1795 to 1811. This...

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Sonata in F Major for the Piano or Harpsichord

Katerina Veronika Anna Dusikova (1769-1833) was born into the famous Dussek family from Bohemia. She was the daughter of the organist and composer Jan Dussek with whom she studied the piano. At the invitation of her brother Jan Ladislav Dussek (and sister-in-law to...

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Soprano Voice with Instruments #1, Vol. 17

Vocalise Lament for Soprano and Cello Vocalise Lament was written for the 40th Anniversary of the Laumeier Sculpture Park in St. Louis, Missouri, and was premiered October 15, 2016.  It features several sections with syllables of the singer’s choice guaranteed to...

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Soprano Voice with Instruments #3, Vol. 19

Terezin Children’s Songs for Soprano, Violin, and Piano The ghetto of Terezin (Theresienstadt), located in the hills outside Prague, was an unusual concentration camp in that it was created to cover up the Nazi genocide of the Jews. 97,297 died among whom were 15,000...

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Spaindango – a Tango Caprice for Harpsichord or Piano

“Barbara Harbach's own Spaindango is a rather ferocious little tour-de-force, with a faintly Spanish flavor. Despite its brevity, it makes a distinctly indelible impression.” Fanfare “Harbach plays her own Spaindango, once again to the glory of the 16ft stop. This is...

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Spaindango – a Tango Caprice for Orchestra

Spaindango - a Tango Caprice began life as a piece for harpsichord, and Harbach transformed it into a “fetching piece, full of antique flourishes mixed with 20th-century rage and madness, a cauldron of churning notes,” as CD Review has called Harbach’s Spaindango.

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Spirituals for SATB, Vol. 8

Rolled Away Rolled Away begins with a slow antiphonal introduction which weaves into an exciting and rhythmic section, filled with hope, “Ev’ry worry in my heart rolled away, Hallelujah! Hallelujah!” Give Me Jesus Give Me Jesus, for Soprano Solo and SATB has an a...

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