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Carondolet Caprice for Chamber Ensemble

Carondelet Caprice for Chamber Ensemble was inspired by pioneer American director Lois Weber’s 1913 silent film How Men Propose.  The moods and themes range from vibrant to nostalgic and feature a distinctly American idiom.  The whimsical interaction between the...

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Celestial Symphony, Symphony No. 9

The Celestial Symphony is an arrangement of excerpts from Barbara Harbach’s silent film score, The Birth, Life and Death of Christ, which was premiered in 2014.  The film was directed by the trailblazing French filmmaker, Alice Guy Blaché (1873-1968), and is...

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Cherish-Caress for Soprano and Violoncello

Cherish - Caress is a lyrical duet for soprano and cello. It is based on a warm and playful treatment of the etymology of charity. Barbara Harbach transforms these lyrics into a searchingly beautiful lullaby. Charity begins at home. Charity, love, begins at home....

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Chorale Preludes for Organ

Ethel Smyth (1858-1944) is one of the most significant English composers of her era. She wrote six operas, a Mass in D for chorus and orchestra, orchestral, choral, chamber and solo music. An independent, indomitable women, she participated actively in the suffragist...

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Civil-Civility for Chamber Orchestra

Civil-Civility (2016) depicts the acts and writings of courageous women who defied all odds to help women and humanity.  Women have historically struggled to achieve their rights in patriarchal societies even from the time of 9th-century Kassia, born in Constantinople...

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Concerto I for Solo Organ

This delightful three-movement concerto fills the gap in early Classical repertoire for organists. Sirmen (1745-1818) was a multifaceted composer who studied in Venice with Giuseppe Tartini before touring Europe, first as a violinist, and then as an opera star. The...

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Concerto in E-flat Major for Piano or Harpsichord

Maria Hester Park (1775-1822) was an English composer, pianist, and singer. At the age of ten, she made her piano debut during an oratorio interval at Drury Lane, where her father, John Park, was the celebrated first oboist. At fifteen, she made her singing debut at...

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Confluencity for Bassoon and Piano

Confluencity is inspired by the confluence of the Missouri and Mississippi Rivers near St. Louis – the fluidity and separateness of the bassoon and piano co-mingle to produce a strong and dynamic whole.  Melodies with an early American flavor give rise to imitation,...

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Contemporary Composers for Harpsichord, Vol. 1

This volume collects some of the most popular and widely heard harpsichord music of the twentieth century. Arnold Rosner has been called "an inventive and original voice" (The Buffalo News) and the composer of "one of the most eerily fascinating compositions for...

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