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Fantasy and Gigue for Flute, Clarinet, and Cello

Fantasy and Gigue for flute, clarinet, and cello has two theme areas that alternate, whirl and twirl, and are coupled with unusual meters that produce a shimmering ensemble that is rewarding for the audience as well as the performers.

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Farewell from Rome for Solo Organ

The separation of Fanny from her family produced this poignant and wistful three-part Song Without Words. The organ, in this arrangement of a favorite piano work, combines a rhythmic pulse with a soaring melody. Over 400 works by Fanny are being slowly recovered and...

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Festive Pieces for Solo Organ

As an organist, I am always looking for festive pieces for a special celebration or for an exciting postlude. Festive Toccata is an exuberant setting with dueling manuals over a dramatic pedal part.  A short pedal solo leads back into the opening gestures with a short...

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Festive Proclamation for Solo Organ

This energetic work – commissioned by the National Symphony Orchestra – adds to Adler's large body of dynamic works for organ. A short evocative introduction precedes the exciting toccata and returns at the end as a short conclusion.

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Figurierte Chorale for Solo Organ

Anna Amalia, Princess of Prussia (1723-1787) is an historically important royal patron of the arts and composer. Sister of Frederick the Great, she composed chamber music, Lieder, an oratorio, and these five chorale settings for organ. The thinly textured counterpoint...

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Five Interludes for Solo Piano

Five Interludes for Piano, by Rachel Eubanks (1922-2006), inaugurated the HMP series of Music by African American Women. The Five Interludes for Piano, composed in 1984, combine intellectual rigor with intense expressivity. Although the pitch and dynamic range is...

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Following the Sacred Sun – Suite for Chamber Ensemble

Flute, Clarinet, Horn, Violin, Viola, Cello, and Percussion Following the Sacred Sun is a four-movement suite that follows the adventures of Sacred Sun or Mi-Ho’n-Ga, (1809? - 1836?), an eighteen-year-old young woman who left her Osage fur-trapping family and friends...

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