Scoring: strings. Duration: 11 mins 18 secs.
Additional information: three movements – Allegro nervoso (2 mins 26 secs), Tranquillo (5 mins 49 secs), Con risolino scherzoso (3 mins 3 secs) – first performed as part of the Classic LE season at The Highpoint Conference Centre, Leicester, UK, in June 2003.
Scoring: strings. Duration: 10 mins.
Additional information: three movements – The Windsor Change, Reflections in the Reign, & Prince Charlston – first performed as part of the Golden Jubilee celebrations at Sheepy Magna, Leicestershire, UK in June 2002.
Six Leicestershire Dances
Scoring: See below. Duration: See below.
Additional information: commissioned by Peckleton Arts and first performed in 2000 for a series of six concerts, which each featured one of Bach’s Brandenburg concertos. Consequently the scoring of each dance reflects that used by Bach as follows:
Sleepy Sheepy Minuet (6 mins) 3 oboes, bassoon, 2 horns, solo violin, strings;
Hugglescote’s Haphazard Habaneras (3 mins 30 secs) flute, oboe, trumpet, solo violin, strings;
The Hallaton Hoe-Down (2 mins 45 secs) strings with solo passages for 3 violins, 3 violas, 3 cellos;
Bourées for Barrow (5 mins 15 secs) 2 flutes, solo violin, strings;
Meandering Marches through Melton Town (4mins 35 secs) flute, solo violin, harpsichord, strings;
From Narborough Serenade to Blaby Blues (3mins 15 secs) 2 violas, 2 bass viols, 2 cellos.
Dance Suite for Marimba and Violin
Scoring: marimba and violin. Duration: 11 mins 18 secs.
Additional information: three movements (Habanera, Waltz, Beguine) and first performed in Leicester UK in 1993.
Scoring: flute, oboe, horn, trumpet, percussion, strings.
Additional information: first performed in Peckleton Church, Leicestershire UK in 1993.
Scoring: marimba and strings.
Additional information: first performed in Peckleton Church Leicestershire UK in 1990.
A Domesday Fantasia
Additional information: 3 movements.
A Midsummer Night’s Dream
Scoring: violin, percussion and guitar.
Additional information: incidental music for Shakespeare’s play first performed in Leicester UK in 1985.