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Dances of the People: Piano Works from Ukraine

Toccatina • Dance • Waltz In this vibrant new collection, Kolodub captures the strong rhythms and modalities of the Ukranian people. Toccatina has an immediately appealing melody and lots of sixteenth note energy. Dance is a rousing march, while Waltz is a stirring...

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Daniel and the Beastly Night – Youth Musical

Daniel and the Beastly Night is a 30-minute musical for youth. Written for unison or two-part choir, it dramatizes the popular Biblical story of the prophet Daniel who faces death because of his commitment to prayer. Incorporating humor and a variety of musical...

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Daystream Dances for Oboe and Piano

This exuberant set showcases the abilities of both pianist and oboist. I. Rolling Brightness is a rollicking and upbeat dialogue between oboe and piano. Its soaring lines and frequent key changes give it a playful character. II. Reeling Dusk is a headlong rush into a...

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Demarest Suite for String Orchestra

Echoes of Our Youth begins the suite with lush sonorities and bold statements. Its range of emotions such as insecurity, joy, and nostalgia, are all feelings associated with childhood.  Echoes is loosely based on the duet that Marie and Emil sing to each other in the...

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Divertimento and Military Rondo for the Piano

Maria F. Parke (1772-1882) was born in London and made her debut as both a singer and pianist when she was nine years old. A Divertimento and Military Rondo for the Piano is a charming and sometimes virtuosic work of medium difficulty. It features tuneful melodies,...

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Dorothy Parker Love Songs for Soprano, Violin and Piano

An American poet, short story writer, screenwriter, satirist and critic, Dorothy Parker (1893-1967) had an unerring acuity for commenting on twentieth-century urban peculiarities.  She became renowned for her writing as in The New Yorker and as a member of the...

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Early American Scandals for Orchestra

Early American Scandals (2017) are four snapshots that look back to the turbulence, Revolution, slavery, Civil War and social unrest of the 18th and 19th centuries. Harbach has always been intrigued by this time period, and has written several compositions exploring...

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