This piece is about journeys. It’s about moving on when one part of our lives comes to an end an another begins. As we go, some people stay with us – but others will exit the scene. Bond Unbroken is about the connection that we continue to have with those we have left behind, or that have left us. While they may not continue to play a prominent role in our daily lives, the relationship we have with those we love never really fades away. The performer should take time to reflect on individuals that have influenced their lives in the past.
Duration: 4 minutes
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A short piece for the advanced-intermediate pianist, Dreamscape explores some of the contrasts that can be achieved on the piano, from the gentle, reflective opening in the upper register to the almost triumphant shift to the relative major in the middle section. The sweet melody invites reflection and contemplation. The performer should pedal freely throughout, paying close attention to the color…
As a classically-trained horn player, I spent a lot of time studying Mozart’s four Horn Concertos (my favorite is the second). They are standards for the instrument and provide lots of opportunity for developing essential horn techniques. This piece is my attempt to impersonate the style and form of a Mozart horn exposition. I expect you could substitute this piece…
This playful duet for two female singers is based on a poem by Goethe, translated by A. S. Kline. The music reflects the leaping, rushing, and streaming of the water described in the text. Duration: 3 minutes (Singers: Sarah Earl and Maddy Hunter) Back to voice music