My music

The Heath Quartet Tchaikovsky: String Quartets No. 1 & No. 3
The Heath Quartet makes its harmonia mundi début with this contrasting programme of Tchaikovsky's String Quartets.
Tchaikovsky: String Quartet No. 1 in D major, Op. 11 (1871) - II Andante cantabile more >>
Couperin: Leçons de Ténèbres
François Couperin (1668-1733) served as harpsichordist to Louis XIV and was famed for reforming elegant chamber music of the French court in the more impassioned Italian style of the time.
Couperin: Troisième Leçon, à deux voix: I. Jod. Manum suam misit hostis more >>
ZEMLINSKY, A.: 7 Lieder von Nacht und Traum / Chamber Symphony
In 2013 composer Richard Dünser (b. 1959), pupil of Francis Burt and Hans Werner Henze, made two new rich arrangements of works by Zemlinsky.
Zemlinsky: Lieder, Volume 1, Op. 2: No. 6. Um Mitternacht more >>
Hugo Wolf: Kennst du das Land?
Goethe . . . Eichendorff . . . Mörike . . . These names resound in the ears of all who love German Romantic literature and are familiar with its transposition into the world of the lied.
Wolf: Die Bekehrte (Goethe) more >>
Graham Ross directs the Choir of Clare College, Cambridge in a wide-ranging and moving sequence of music for Remembrance.
Durufle: Requiem Op. 9 V. Pie Jesu more >>
BRAUNFELS, W.: Grosse Messe
Braunfels’ hand at drama and his careful consideration of the text betrays the opera composer, not only in the Te Deum, but also in the Great Mass which he finished in 1926.
Braunfels: Grosse Messe, Op. 37: 1 Kyrie more >>
IRELAND, J.: String Orchestra Music
John Ireland’s music is often a response to landscape and romantic sensitivities.
Ireland: Sarnia: II. In a May Morning more >>