This piece is a little made up English folk tune, originally a violin duet but expanded into a fun piece for piano.
This was written for Les Filby’s birthday that I attended last year. It was a great party in the garden of the house next door to the one we used to live in, in South London. Les introduced me to Jazz piano many years ago, and I thought that I would repay the gift.
This is a reflection of lying on the village green listening to the sounds of a village in the summer.
This was written while I was still in college, it is not very complete. I will finish it off properly some day.
Loningdale is an away centre for band camp and the like. I wanted to write a jig like one of the breathless Bach ones.
Written as it says while in school. I was playing a lot of Chopin badly and this is the result.
This is a piece celebrating a small occasion in my life. When after a concert I sat at a table with 3 other composers, ie there were four composers at the same table.
This is based on a ground base a bit like a slow passacaglia.
Here are some of my compositions, sorted out into Instruments and groups of Instruments. Click on any image below to go to the corresponding page.