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‘Forgotten Worlds’, the composer writes, ‘was originally written in a version for speaker, flute, cello and piano as part of a set using texts by the Galway-based poet, Moya Cannon.
These ensemble pieces are intended for classroom use, hence the variable instrumentation which may be played by any combination of classroom or orchestral instruments.
Six pieces for violin with easy piano accompaniment, including ‘Streetwise’, ‘Fiddler’s Blues’ and the title piece, ‘Strawberry Jam’. Specially commissioned by the Contemporary Music Centre.
Five simple arrangements of folk songs from England, Ireland, Scotland, Wales and Finland with evocative illustrations by the composer’s father.
A set of six variations for recorder with piano or organ accompaniment. Written for the composer’s daughter.
Four short ‘Jack’-inspired pieces, including ‘Jack and the Giant’, ‘Jack is Sad’ and ‘Frère Jacques’.
Eight short teaching pieces ranging from a tiny 'Fugueling' to a lively 'Rumba', with the emphasis on enjoyment rather than analysis.
An attractive collection of pieces for young cello players. Titles include ‘Spinning Wheel Song’, ‘The Old Rabbitt’ and ‘The Broken Carousel’. Specially commissioned by the Contemporary Music Centre.
A short and attractive work commissioned as a test piece for the GPA Dublin International Piano Competition 1991, with funds provided by Irish Music Rights Organisation.