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Forces at Play for Chamber Ensemble

Forces at Play is a modern ballet, a celebration of life, an affirmation of the human spirit, and a landscaped journey through movement.  Multiple forces are playing, dancing, making music, interacting, weaving, colliding, and floating through time and space.  Forces...

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Four Dances for Two for Flute and Violin

Rococo Promenade is based on the Baroque French overture style with a galloping fugal middle section before a return to the jaggedly dotted style of the beginning. Afternoon Divertimento alternates a calm, lullaby-like mood with bursts of frenzied energy typical of a...

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Four Dances for Two for Oboe and Violin

Rococo Promenade is based on the Baroque French overture style with a galloping fugal middle section before a return to the jaggedly dotted style of the beginning. Afternoon Divertimento alternates a calm, lullaby-like mood with bursts of frenzied energy typical of a...

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Four Rhapsodies for Solo Piano

Lettie Beckon Alston is Associate Professor of Music at Oakland University. Born in Detroit, Michigan on April 13, 1953, she now resides in Lathrup Village, Michigan. She received her bachelor's and master's degrees in Music Composition from Wayne State University....

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Four Sonatas for Piano or Harpsichord

Little is known about the French 18th century composer Madame de Villeblanche. These fresh-sounding sonatas were originally published (c. 1789) by her husband after her death at age 24. These four sonatas, in the late galant or early Classic style, may be played on...

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Freedom Suite for String Orchestra

I. Harriet Scott – A Strong Woman is inspired by her memories as a child in Minnesota and St. Louis. She would have heard spirituals and dance music as an adult, and they, hopefully, would have reminded her of the good memories she had as a child and a young woman. A...

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Freeing the Caged Bird for Woodwind Quintet

Freeing the Caged Bird is a four-movement tribute inspired by the literary works of four native St. Louis women who struggled to give voice to their creativity. The first movement or portrait, Maya, is based on the book I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings, by Maya Angelou...

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French Classical Noels and Magnificats

These Noels and Magnificats are an excellent addition to the popular genre of noels for organ. Written in the eighteenth-century Classical tradition by an unknown French composer, these short, charming pieces offer a variety of moods and many opportunities for...

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