"La soledad es la gran talladora de nuestro espíritu..."
Original composition and piano sheets by Houman (https://soundcloud.com/houmans) Orchestration and performing by Syntaleta. Final mastering by Houman.
Music composed/produced by Marco Turrini © 2018
This was recorded as a single take voice memo on my phone in the choir rehearsal room of St. Mark's Episcopal Church in Evanston, IL.
Summer Story - Seppe Roosen
The Wild Iris, for Clarinet, Violin and Cello, was written for the SOLI Chamber Ensemble and premiered at the 2018 Alba Music Festival.
A fellow attempt to re-arrange the piece of our nation's pride...
Bella - Composition by Flávio Franco Araújo Piano solo - Flávio Franco Araújo - Ravenscroft 275 CD - Solitude - 2018
The search for peace. Some small hurdles. Simplicity. The cool winds and the grand mountains. An ode to the yogis in the Himalayas.
The Soul Awakens is a clarinet concerto in 3 movements, dedicated to Canadian clarinetist, Rebecca Carovillano.
Live Recording from Notre Dame, New musical by Edward Court, orchestrated by Adam Hoskins. Performed here by Chris Schweppe as Gringoire, Alex Doar as Esmeralda and the Notre Dame orchestra conducted by Adam Hoskins. This recording is taken live from the sound desk and provided by Harry Hare. This world premiere production was produced by Andrew Wright at the University of Chichester. After an eventful night on the streets of Paris, seeing Quasimodo falsely arrested and meeting Captain Phoebus, Esmeralda arrives home to the Court of Miracles with her trusty goat, Djali. She looks forward to a new beginning, rescuing her new friend, Quasimodo and running away with Phoebus.
Monteverdi toilet (l'homme armé)
Dedicated to the Memory of Johann Sebastian Bach
Composed by Alice Chance. Performed by the Leichhardt Espresso Chorus, The Song Company and Benjamin Burton. Commissioned by the Leichhardt Espresso Chorus in 2017. Conducted by Michelle Leonard OAM. Recorded and Mixed by Jayson McBride. Fiat Lux is a journey from some of the earliest representations and understandings of light to those of the present day. The work reflects and refracts its way through the sacred, the secular, the scientific and the artistic. It is itself a spectrum, each movement glistening with its own electronic colours, and a unified work with familiar ‘light-motifs’ scattered like seeds throughout. After the sparse biblical introduction, the (since proven, incorrect)ideas of Roman poet Lucretius set the work in a flurry of motion. The march of progress continues with the integral findings of Islamic polymath Ibn al-Haytham in the field of optics. A personal reflection on the speed of light and musical applications possible with its numerals is followed by a ruminative shadowy sound-world inspired by the works of impressionist painter, Renoir. The following reflection on the present day need for respite from brightness will resonate with many in the audience before the circle is completed with a revitalised Fiat Lux. We leave you with a Bhuddist prayer for the light of compassion. Premiered October 1st 2017 at St James King St