Started at the summer solstice concert in the Dreel Halls Anstruther.
An exercise in a little Baroque counter point in two parts. This is also available in a wind quintet version that works beautifully.
This was sparked by a conversation about chords, with Gordon McNeil who is a fantastic Jazz Saxophonist.
This piece had a difficult birth, as it involved thinking about Bach Chorals, then it twisted away from this thought into the piece you have today. I still find it an interesting piece.
This was inspired after playing through Buxtehude’s Music. And is linked to the Courante in Small Piece 79
This was originally going to be part of a Baroque Style Piano Suit, but did not get put together as such. Look out for the Allemande and Preludes as well.
This is a difficult piano piece but one that is oddly satisfying. In writing this I was exploring my modern counterpoint style.
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.