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Symphony No. 4 “Gateway Festival Symphony”

Gateway Festival Symphony, 2013, is written for and dedicated to Dr. James Richards and the Gateway Festival Orchestra for their 50th Jubilee Anniversary. I. Confluencity depicts the confluence of the Missouri and Mississippi rivers with the ebb and flow of two rivers...

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Tarantella for Solo Piano

Caroline Orger Reinagle (1818-1892), an English composer, pianist, and writer left a body of work that includes a Piano Concerto, Piano Quartet, Piano Trio, Cello Sonata, Sonata in A Major, Op. 6 (1855) and Tarantella (1846), Volunteer Rifle March for Piano (1860),...

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Ten Voluntaries for Solo Organ, Vol. I

George Berg (c. 1730s-1770s) was an English composer and organist of German origin. These voluntaries are written in the English Baroque style with trumpet tunes, compelling adagios, French overtures, echoes and interesting three-voice fugues. The melodies vary from...

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Ten Voluntaries for Solo Organ, Vol. II

George Berg (c. 1730s-1770s) was an English composer and organist of German origin. These voluntaries are written in the English Baroque style with trumpet tunes, compelling adagios, French overtures, echoes, and interesting three-voice fugues. The melodies vary from...

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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. Billed as the “Führer’s gift to the Jews, this “model ghetto” was the site of a Red Cross...

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The Birth, Life and Death of Christ for Chamber Orchestra

La Naissance, La Vie et La Mort du Christ (The Birth, Life and Death of Christ) is a 33-minute silent film from 1906 comprised of twenty-five scenes or tableaux, directed by the trail-blazing French filmmaker Alice Guy (1873-1968). The very first woman filmmaker, Guy...

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The Capture of the Cape of Good Hope for Solo Piano

Cecilia Maria Barthelémon was born c. 1770 in London into a musical family. Her father, François Hippolyte Barthelémon (1741-1808) was a violinist, composer, and played the viola d'amore as well as being an orchestral leader. Cecilia made her debut on March 3, 1779,...

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The Runner for Piano

Dr. Peter A. Petroff is a prolific composer with over fifty compositions including six piano sonatas, a violin sonata, Kokopelli (for orchestra), and two string quartets, one of which won second prize in the instrumental division of the 1991 Composer's Guild...

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The Scarlet Letter for Orchestra, Symphony No. 8

Based on Nathaniel Hawthorne’s novel The Scarlet Letter (1850), Symphony No. 8 contains musical portraits of the three main characters: Hester Prynne, Roger Chillingworth and Arthur Dimmesdale. I. The first movement, Hester, highlights the conflicts that Hester faced:...

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The Seven Faces of Fernando

This set of short pieces was written for Fernando Valenti who premiered them in 1969. Robert Starer, considering these pieces to be exclusively ValentiÕs, decided only recently to allow their publication. Each title reflects a different mood of ValentiÕs.

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