Tirohia te kohinga
Originally called Tatties and Neeps; this version of the tune is slower and softer than the original - so a new name was called for.
The title Czeske Krumlov was suggested by the composer's Czech friend.
A bouncing little piece.
In a Perfect World was written for a group of English teachers to perform at Summer School, Hackney Community College: 5 guitars and 2 violins!
This suite of short dances were written for the composer's visit to Dunedin and it was recorded in a short session on the last day of visit.
In 1994 both Chris Prosser and brother Nick were injured. Chris had a seized neck, Nick a collapsed lung. By playing and recording this music together, they ...
These tunes can be played on any instrument (e.g. violin, flute) with accompaniment of chords on guitar or piano. They are played in Celtic fashion, that is...
A short wave
Tension and resolve continuously built in
Sharpening of top violin strings brings lift
Robbie thought of this name, so why not
Smell of the sea
Fog and 98 per cent humidity
Brings it on
'Strad' on standard violin tuning; tanpura is Pa sa sa sa Sa
Church bells transposed from Cremona to Rongotai
Who is in the violin
Based on a triad
A name that belies neutral temperament
Doesn't want to fit in
So relaxed it barely comes into being
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