|Up a Lazy River (Hoagy Carmichael and Sidney Arodin)||2011|
|clarinet and piano||3 minutes|
This is a transcription of ‘Up a Lazy River’ as it was played by the Benny Goodman Trio. The transcription was commissioned by John Fuest.
|Summertime (George Gershwin)||2011|
|violin and orchestra|
This arrangement was commissioned by EMI.
|Music for the Klimt Exhibition||2008|
|fl, cl, 2vn, va, vc, db||40 minutes|
Music by Schoenberg, Zemlinsky, Schreker and Alma Mahler, premiered by a septet from the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra at the Klimt Exhibition at Tate Liverpool on 29 May 2008. programme note I was commissioned by the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra to create a set of arrangements to be performed at the opening night of the Gustav Klimt Exhibition at Tate Liverpool, one of the centrepieces of Liverpool’s year as European Capital of Culture. I arranged music from Vienna that was written around the time that Klimt was working there. The full contents are as follows: Arnold Schoenberg: Four Waltzes from Waltzes for String Orchestra (Kräftig, Nicht zu rasch, Etwas langsam, Etwas rasch) Alexander Zemlinsky: Two Songs from Sechs Gesänge, Op.13 (Lied der Jungfrau, Und kehrt er einst heim) Franz Schreker: Valse lente Arnold Schoenberg: Four Cabaret Songs from Brettl-Lieder: (Gigerlette, Mahnung, Jedem das Seine, Arie aus dem Spiegel von Arcadien) Alma Maria Schindler-Mahler: Four Lieder (Die Stille Stadt, Bei dir ist es traut, Ekstase, Der Erkennende) Alexander Zemlinsky: Three Songs from Sechs Gesänge, Op.22 (Feiger Gedanken, Elfenlied, Volkslied) Arnold Schoenberg: Three Waltzes from Waltzes for String Orchestra (Kräftig, Getragen, Lebhaft)
|Serenade, D957 (Franz Schubert)||2006|
|2 versions: solo violin, chamber orchestra (2211.2000.str) and solo violin, string quartet||4 minutes|
The version with orchestra was recorded by Nicola Benedetti with the Academy of St-Martin-in-the-Fields, conducted by James MacMillan, in January 2006.
Score and parts available to buy here
|2 trumpets, horn, trombone, tuba, drumkit||6 minutes|
Premiered by Golden Section at Bridewell Hall, London, 18 June 2002, and broadcast live on ‘In Tune’ on BBC Radio 3 on 1 July 2002.
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