My music

Mater Ora Filium Music for Epiphany
“With gold of obedience and incense of lowliness". Graham Ross directs the Choir of Clare College, Cambridge in music from the sixteenth and twentieth centuries.
Mater ora filium more >>
PAULUS, S.: Three Places of Enlightenment / Veil of Tears / Grand Concerto
Describing himself as ‘a composer who can satisfy all kinds’, Stephen Paulus possesses a remarkable versatility and gift for the dramatic.
Paulus: To Be Certain of the Dawn: Part II: Remembrance: Interlude: Veil of Tears more >>
ITURRALDE, P.: Saxophone and Piano Music
Pedro Iturralde is one of the most admired Spanish composer-performers of the last half-century.
Iturralde: Hungarian Dance more >>
WEN, Deqing: Shanghai Prelude / The Fantasia of Peony Pavilion / Variation of a Rose
Deeply influenced by Chinese traditional arts and philosophy, Deqing Wen composes in a style that is vivid, emotive and accessible.
Deqing Wen: Shanghai Prelude more >>
HERBERT, V.: Cello Concertos Nos. 1 and 2 / Irish Rhapsody
Irish-born Victor Herbert was one of the most celebrated names in American music in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.
Herbert: Cello Concerto No. 2 in E Minor, Op. 30 - II. Lento - Andante tranquillo more >>
WEINER, L.: Csongor és Tünde / Ballata
For over half a century at the Liszt Academy in Budapest, Leo Weiner taught successive generations of Hungary’s leading musicians, and won his country’s highest awards.
Weiner: Ballata, Op. 28 (version for viola and orchestra) more >>
GUAN, Xia: Symphony No. 2, “Hope” / Gazing at the Stars / Sorrowful Dawn
The music of renowned Chinese composer Xia Guan has been received with acclaim in Moscow, Vienna, Tokyo and New York.
Guan: Earth Requiem: I. Gazing at the Stars: Meditation (version for orchestra) more >>