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The Polling Station / Re: The String Quartet Game (Final Round)
« Last post by Gurn Blanston on Today at 09:27:33 AM »
An exceptional top ten and I thank you all for your game participation/courtesy/fair play!!

Are any of you surprised with Schubert's showing?  I sure didn't see it coming.

Another P.S. - Some of you were concerned that modernist works would fall by the wayside, but 4 of them made the top ten with Debussy/Ravel having one foot in the door.  Another concern was that Haydn would dominate the top ten, but there's only one Haydn on the list.  All of this is ample evidence that anything can happen in an honestly run game.

I am surprised about the Schubert, it is my favorite Schubert quartet, but I didn't realize anyone shared my pleasure in it, since it rarely gets talked about. It is a thing of beauty.

The Haydn works suffered from overexposure, as I thought they would. Beethoven and Mozart suffered that same fate. The votes got split up and so none of them could advance, even in the elimination rounds.

I was also happy to see some modern works make the list. It shows good balance overall, I think. 10 is a tough number to whittle down to, but that's the hard core, I guess. :)

8)
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Opera and Vocal / Re: What Opera Are You Listening to Now?
« Last post by Baron Scarpia on Today at 09:23:26 AM »
Watched the first hour of Debussy, Pelleas et Melisande.



It is available on DVD, but I watched in on amazon prime streaming (free with amazon prime).

It is one of those stylized productions where the actors creep around the stage in slow motion, wearing costumes which are reminiscent of an early star trek episode.
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Great Recordings and Reviews / Re: New Releases
« Last post by Mr. Minnow on Today at 09:22:18 AM »
Due in June:

     
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Here I listen to a piece for which I have not, historically, had much good to say:

R. Strauss
Ein Heldenleben, Op.40
Concertgebouworkest
Haitink


R. Strauss? I’m confused. You mean Ричард Франзович?
:)
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Worth noting that, in spite of The National Review's general ignominious descent into being a lesser amplifier of Foxlandia, one can find a piece like this:

Yes, a Reasonable Prosecutor Would Have Ordered an Investigation of the [El Tupé] Campaign
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The Polling Station / Re: Top 10 Chamber Music Slow Movements
« Last post by Sammy on Today at 08:48:11 AM »
kyjo - this isn't working.  I think you know what you need to do.
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GMG News / Re: OK, we are back
« Last post by k a rl h e nn i ng on Today at 08:43:13 AM »
True enow, thanks!
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The Polling Station / Re: The String Quartet Game (Final Round)
« Last post by Sammy on Today at 08:38:39 AM »
The Final Round is complete with Franz Schubert's "Rosamunde" Quartet crowned GMG's Top String Quartet.

Here's Our Collective Top Ten:

1.  Schubert - String Quartet no. 13 in A minor, D 804, op. 29 "Rosamunde"
2.  Haydn - String Quartet in D minor, op. 76/2 "Quinten"
3.  Schoenberg - String Quartet no. 2 in F# minor, op. 10
4.  Bartok - String Quartet no. 4, Sz 91
5.  Schubert - String Quartet no. 14 in D minor, D 810 "Der Tod und das Mädchen"
6.  Beethoven - String Quartet no. 14 in C sharp minor, op. 131
7.  Webern - Movements for String Quartet, op. 5
8.  Debussy - String Quartet in G minor, op. 10
9.  Kurtág - 12 Microludes for String Quartet, op. 13
10. Ravel - String Quartet in F major

An exceptional top ten and I thank you all for your game participation/courtesy/fair play!!

Announcement:

I will be off the grid from May 30 to June 6.  With that in mind, I won't be starting any new games until my return on 7 June or later.  Stay frosty!

P.S. - Are any of you surprised with Schubert's showing?  I sure didn't see it coming.

Another P.S. - Some of you were concerned that modernist works would fall by the wayside, but 4 of them made the top ten with Debussy/Ravel having one foot in the door.  Another concern was that Haydn would dominate the top ten, but there's only one Haydn on the list.  All of this is ample evidence that anything can happen in an honestly run game.
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Composing and Performing / Re: Henning's Headquarters
« Last post by k a rl h e nn i ng on Today at 08:35:34 AM »
Re-post & refresh:

Variations on Wie lieblich est, S.10 (oboe & organ)

Time Was, Op.4 (pf solo)
№ 1: Prelude (Charlottesville)
№ 2: Dance (Barefoot Amid Dandelions)
№ 3: The Myth of Motion II:  Toccatina (on the Ekaterininsky Canal)


Pictures Only I Can See, Op.11 (pf solo)
№ 1: Spring in Her Step
№ 2: The Bronze Girl's Spilt Milk
№ 3: The Myth of Motion I:  Chorale
№ 4: The Sleep-Pavane at the Foot of Frozen Niagara
№ 5: Petersburg Nocturne
|| MIDI on YT

Little Towns, Low Countries, Op.18 (pf solo)
№ 1: Invention (Mt Hope Avenue, Rochester)
№ 2: Aubade (Lake Canandaigua)
№ 3: Gigue (Glasgow Street, Cornhill)


Night of the Weeping Crocodiles, Op.16 (cl/vn/pf)

Night of the Weeping Crocodiles, Op.16a (cl/pf/prc)

To Melt From a Distance, Op.21 (pf solo)

Gaze Transfixt, Op.23 (pf solo)

Lutosławski's Lullaby, Op.25a (organ solo)

Lutosławski's Lullaby, Op.25 (pf solo)

Fancy on Psalm 80 from the Scottish Psalter, Op.34 № 3, performed by Carson Cooman, on YouTube.

O Beauteous Heavenly Light, Op.34 № 2, performed by Carson Cooman, on YouTube.

The Allegro grazioso from the Sinfonietta, Op.38 for brass quintet (some shaky moments)

Journey to the Dayspring, Op.40 on YouTube

’Tis Winter Now (Danby), Op.45a (mezzo-soprano, flute & organ) at Amazon

Initiation of Barefoot on the Crowded Road, the former Op.41 (now the Discreet Erasures, Op.99, below)

Danse antique, Op.44

The Wind, the Sky, & the Wheeling Stars, Op.46 for orchestra

<a href="http://www.youtube.com/v/als-l2BI0xs" target="_blank" class="new_win">http://www.youtube.com/v/als-l2BI0xs</a>

O Gracious Light, Op.50c (two-part choir, piano & organ)

The original Born on Earth to Save Us, Op.52 for Bill Goodwin.

Born on Earth to Save Us, Op.52a for HTUMC.

Joseph and Mary, Op.53a for HTUMC.

Score of The Wind, the Sky, & the Wheeling Stars, Part I

Score of The Wind, the Sky, & the Wheeling Stars, Part II

Counting Sheep (or, The Dreamy Abacus of Don Quijote), Op.58a for Pierrot-plus ensemble [ score, part I ].

Counting Sheep (or, The Dreamy Abacus of Don Quijote), Op.58a for Pierrot-plus ensemble [ score, part II ].

I Look From Afar, Op.60 for choir, brass quintet, organ & optional timpani

Blue Shamrock, Op.63 for clarinet unaccompanied, at Amazon.

Three Things That Begin With “C”, Op.65, clarinet & horn :: Original | Revised

Sweetest Ancient Cradle Song, Op.67 for choir, brass quintet, organ & optional timpani 1st half | 2nd half

Sweetest Ancient Cradle Song, Op.67 for choir, brass quintet, organ & optional timpani ::  Choral Score 1st half | 2nd half

14 Dec 2014 performance of Sweetest Ancient Cradle Song, Op.67

14 Dec 2014 performance of The Snow Lay on the Ground, Op.68a

Timbrel and Dance, Op.73 [ St Paul's choir plus ].

21 Nov 2015 Triad performance of Nuhro, Op.74:  <a href="https://www.youtube.com/v/ftFJdcXz7lg" target="_blank" class="new_win">https://www.youtube.com/v/ftFJdcXz7lg</a>

23 Nov 2015 Triad performance of Nuhro, Op.74.

Scene 1 from White Nights, Op.75 № 2

Scene 2 from White Nights, Op.75 № 3

Scene 3a from White Nights, Op.75 № 4

Intermezzo I from White Nights, Op.75 № 6

Intermezzo I from White Nights, Op.75 № 6, arr. for saxophone choir

Scene 4 from White Nights, Op.75 № 7

Scene 5 from White Nights, Op.75 № 8

Before-&-after, Finale-VS.-Sibelius exhibits from the Op.75 № 8| | [url=http://www.good-music-guide.com/community/index.php/topic,92.msg815368.html#msg815368 B | [url=http://www.good-music-guide.com/community/index.php/topic,92.msg815369.html#msg815369 C | [url=http://www.good-music-guide.com/community/index.php/topic,92.msg815370.html#msg815370 D

[url=http://www.good-music-guide.com/community/index.php/topic,92.msg816086.html#msg816086]Scene 7 from White Nights, Op.75 № 10


Scene 8 from White Nights, Op.75 № 11

Scene 9 from White Nights, Op.75 № 12

Scene 10 from White Nights, Op.75 № 13

Intermezzo II from White Nights, Op.75 № 14

The White Nights playlist on YouTube

Canzona, Op.77a № 1 (org solo)

Gigue, Op.77a № 2 (org solo)

26 February De profundis, Op.78 [ Jaya Lakshminarayan & friends ]

Mirage, Op.79a (alto fl, cl, pf)

God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen, Op.80 carol for choir, brass quintet, organ & timpani

Moonrise, Op.84 for brass quintet. And MIDI

Moonrise, Op.84a for flute choir in six parts. And MIDI

15 March Passion rehearsal A [ Sine Nomine ]

15 March Passion rehearsal B [ Sine Nomine ]

15 March Passion rehearsal C [ Sine Nomine ]

Conclusion of the 19 Mar 2010 performance by Sine Nomine of the St John Passion, Op.92:

<a href="http://www.youtube.com/v/8netMuAHFkI" target="_blank" class="new_win">http://www.youtube.com/v/8netMuAHFkI</a>

12 May recital [ k a rl h e nn i ng Ensemble (Bloom/Henning/Cienniwa) ]

18 May recital [ Bloom/Henning ]

23 May pre-concert rehearsal [ Sine Nomine ]

22 June recital [ N. Chamberlain/B. Chamberlain/Henning ]

Love is the spirit of this church, Op.85 № 3

Nicodemus brings myrrh and aloes for the burial of the Christ, Op.85 № 4 for cello & piano | Recording on SoundCloud

For God so loved the world, after Op.87 № 9 {Would you like the Doxology with that?} Yes | No | Recording on SoundCloud

The Passion According to St John, Op.92 (on MediaFire, courtesy of Johan)

Lutosławski’s Lullaby, Op.96a № 1 (string quartet)

Marginalia, Op.96a № 2 (string quartet)

Après-lullaby, Op.96a № 3 (string quartet)

Score of Fair Warning [Viola Sonata, mvt 1]

MIDI of Fair Warning [Viola Sonata, mvt 1]

Score of Suspension Bridge (In Dave’s Shed) [Viola Sonata, mvt 2]

MIDI of Suspension Bridge (In Dave’s Shed) [Viola Sonata, mvt 2]

Score of Tango in Boston (Dances with Shades) [Viola Sonata, mvt 3]

MIDI of Tango in Boston (Dances with Shades) [Viola Sonata, mvt 3]

Cato's analysis of the Viola Sonata

Johan's MediaFire folder, including the whole of Dana's première performance of the Viola Sonata

Discreet Erasures, Op.99 for orchestra

Angular Whimsies, Op.100a (bass clarinet, percussion [two players] & piano)

Whimsy brevis, Op.100b (bass flute & piano)

<a href="http://www.youtube.com/v/OAp3w15ISl4" target="_blank" class="new_win">http://www.youtube.com/v/OAp3w15ISl4</a>

How to Tell (Chasing the Tail of Nothing), Op.103 (alto flute, clarinet & frame drum); 7 June 2014 performance

These Unlikely Events, Op.104 № 4

These Unlikely Events, Op.104 № 5

Kyrie, Op.106 № 1

Gloria, Op.106 № 2

Rehearsal take of the Gloria

<a href="http://www.youtube.com/v/X0RIh--9uR4" target="_blank" class="new_win">http://www.youtube.com/v/X0RIh--9uR4</a>

Credo, Op.106 № 3

Sanctus, Op.106 № 4

(The Sanctus, arranged for tuba quartet)

Agnus Dei, Op.106 № 5 || Première by Triad

Brothers, If They Only Knew It, saxophone quartet (after Op.106 № 5)

In the Artist's Studio, Op.107, for 17 winds & harp

<a href="http://www.youtube.com/v/hwMLLajT_jw" target="_blank" class="new_win">http://www.youtube.com/v/hwMLLajT_jw</a>

Organ Sonata, Op.108
Mvt 1: Eritis sicut Deus
Mvt 2: . . . scientes bonum . . .
Mvt 3: . . . et malum


Thoreau in Concord Jail, Op.109 for clarinet solo

<a href="http://www.youtube.com/v/OnLYQ748aEg" target="_blank" class="new_win">http://www.youtube.com/v/OnLYQ748aEg</a>

<a href="http://www.youtube.com/v/Fa_q4yX9CIs" target="_blank" class="new_win">http://www.youtube.com/v/Fa_q4yX9CIs</a>

<a href="http://www.youtube.com/v/JYfkHcTI25s" target="_blank" class="new_win">http://www.youtube.com/v/JYfkHcTI25s</a>

Airy Distillates, Op.110 for flute solo

Annabel Lee, Op.111 for vocal quartet

<a href="http://www.youtube.com/v/tN3aMOrzEb8" target="_blank" class="new_win">http://www.youtube.com/v/tN3aMOrzEb8</a>

Misapprehension, Op.112 for clarinet choir

Misapprehension, Op.112a for strings

The Mystic Trumpeter, Op.113 № 1 for soprano & clarinet

Après-mystère, Op.113 № 2 for flute & clarinet And MIDI

<a href="http://www.youtube.com/v/7RhH161HhlA" target="_blank" class="new_win">http://www.youtube.com/v/7RhH161HhlA</a>

just what everyone was expecting, Op.114 № 1 for clarinet & marimba

(very nearly) what everyone was expecting, Op.114 № 5 for bass clarinet & marimba

just what everyone was expecting, Op.114a for clarinet, mandocello & double bass

<a href="http://www.youtube.com/v/PukHe2RswrY" target="_blank" class="new_win">http://www.youtube.com/v/PukHe2RswrY</a>

My Island Home, Op.115 for percussion ensemble

<a href="http://www.youtube.com/v/hlh61D6COvU" target="_blank" class="new_win">http://www.youtube.com/v/hlh61D6COvU</a>

Plotting (y is the new x), Op.116 for violin & harpsichord

<a href="http://www.youtube.com/v/2vKGfppo0o8" target="_blank" class="new_win">http://www.youtube.com/v/2vKGfppo0o8</a>

Jazz for Nostalgic Squirrels, Op.117 (fl, cl in A, gtr & cb) [ and at Soundcloud ]

When the morning stars sang together, and the sons of God shouted for joy, Op.118 № 1 (shakuhachi, drum & handbell choir)

<a href="http://www.youtube.com/v/79tPHWpH3UI" target="_blank" class="new_win">http://www.youtube.com/v/79tPHWpH3UI</a>

Divinum mysterium, Op.118 № 2 (choir unison & handbells)

<a href="http://www.youtube.com/v/MPr7NhE2-Bs" target="_blank" class="new_win">http://www.youtube.com/v/MPr7NhE2-Bs</a>

Easter Stikheron, Op.118 № 3 (choir SATB & handbells)

Welcome, Happy Morning!, Op.118 № 4 (handbells)

My Lord, What a Morning, Op.118 № 5 (choir & handbells)

<a href="http://www.youtube.com/v/AJzV-RxXiIk" target="_blank" class="new_win">http://www.youtube.com/v/AJzV-RxXiIk</a>

Hymtunes Moscow & Te Deum, Op.118 № 6 (handbells)

Musette, Op.118 № 7 (handbells)

Psalm 130, Op.118 № 8 [ I think ] (clarinet & bass voice) [work-in-progress]

The Crystalline Ship, Op.119 № 1 (mezzo-soprano & baritone saxophone)

I Saw People Walking Around Like Trees, Op.120 (flute, clarinet, double-bass & frame drum)

<a href="http://www.youtube.com/v/E0_-CTvtSS8" target="_blank" class="new_win">http://www.youtube.com/v/E0_-CTvtSS8</a>

... illa existimans quia hortulanus esset ...., Op.121 (vc/pf)

14 Dec 2014 performance of Le tombeau de W.A.G., Op.122

Le tombeau de W.A.G., Op.122a (flute, clarinet, double-bass & frame drum) Audio

A Song of Remembrance, Op.123 (mixed chorus SAB & pf)

<a href="http://www.youtube.com/v/kU682jFNG4w" target="_blank" class="new_win">http://www.youtube.com/v/kU682jFNG4w</a>

The Mysterious Fruit, Op.124 (mezzo-soprano & marimba)

The Mysterious Fruit, Op.124a (mezzo-soprano & pf)

Tiny Wild Avocadoes, Op.125 (2 vn/va)
№ 1 “Children’s Song”
№ 2 “Autumn Leaves (Wind Effect)”
№ 3 “Scampering Squirrels”
№ 4 “Pond at Twilight”
№ 5 “The Gnomes (Paul’s Garden)”
№ 6 “Cheerful Song on the Wing”
№ 7 “The Avocado in Winter”


In the shadow of the kindly Star, Op.126 № 1 (violin solo and handbell choir)

I Want Jesus to Walk With Me, Op.126 № 2 (choir SATB unaccompanied) NEW & IMPROVED !! [ Version for brass quintet ]

Variations on a Basque Carol, Op.126 № 3 (clarinet unaccompanied)

Variations on a Basque Carol, Op.126 № 3 (flute unaccompanied)

Beach Balls (Red) , Op.126 № 5 (org solo)

Pat-A-Pan, Op.126 № 6 (handbell choir)

Gabriel’s Message (Basque Carol), Op.126 № 7

Little Suite, Op.127 (vc & pf)
№ 1 “Summer Song”
№ 2 “Valentine”
№ 3 “Sparrows Hopping on the Wet Sidewalk” || MIDI on YT

Notebook for Elaina & Anna, Op.128 № 1 “Out for a Walk” (fl/a sx)

From the Pit of a Cave in the Cloud, Op.129, soprano & chamber group

<a href="http://www.youtube.com/v/H1GX6gAmom8" target="_blank" class="new_win">http://www.youtube.com/v/H1GX6gAmom8</a>

The Young Lady Holding a Phone in Her Teeth, Op.130 (double wind quintet) || The première on SoundCloud

Visions fugitives de nouveau, Op.131 (pf solo)
№ 1: One Leaf
№ 2: Versuch eines Milonga
№ 3: Beneath the Clear Sky
№ 4: That Tickles!
№ 5: Stephen Goes to California
№ 6: Kay's Blue Crabs
№ 7: Questionable Insistence
№ 8: Morning Prayer

<a href="https://www.youtube.com/v/FfL_20Sksc8" target="_blank" class="new_win">https://www.youtube.com/v/FfL_20Sksc8</a>

№ 9: Bunny Keeping Still
№ 10: Gamboling Squirrels
№ 11: The Street Musician
№ 12: The Shade of an Oak
№ 13: “Could you change one more thing?”
№ 14: Waiting
№ 15: Bicycling in Boston Common
№ 16: Mist on the Harbor
№ 17: Peter Moves to Montréal
№ 18: Seeing a Long-Since-Cancelled Stamp
№ 19: ... but his mind is elsewhere
№ 20: Starless Summer Night || MIDI on YT

Neither do I condemn thee, Op.132 for flute duet

Sleepyheads, Wake Up!, Op.133 № 2 for brass quintet

A whimsical Canon:

<a href="http://www.youtube.com/v/B6xeqrcavUQ" target="_blank" class="new_win">http://www.youtube.com/v/B6xeqrcavUQ</a>

Mussing Beethoven’s hair:

<a href="http://www.youtube.com/v/3Oz5PbcpghY" target="_blank" class="new_win">http://www.youtube.com/v/3Oz5PbcpghY</a>

Saltmarsh Stomp, Op.134 for clarinet choir in 15 parts

<a href="http://www.youtube.com/v/7DCc2sD2KAk" target="_blank" class="new_win">http://www.youtube.com/v/7DCc2sD2KAk</a>

Ear Buds (The dream of a young man in the woods, listening), Op.135 for symphonic band

<a href="http://www.youtube.com/v/ZSMo90L5xJA" target="_blank" class="new_win">http://www.youtube.com/v/ZSMo90L5xJA</a>

Darkest Doings {work-in-progress} ... or not 8)

Clarinet Sonata, Op.136, movement 1: Another Think Coming

Clarinet Sonata, Op.136, movement 2: « Boulez est mort » (Wounding Silence)

Clarinet Sonata, Op.136, movement 3: Unanticipated Serenity

Clarinet Sonata, Op.136, movement 4: Ambiguity and Overlap (Something or other, if not something else entirely)

Clarinet Sonata, Op.136, movement 5: After a reading of “The Mysterious Stranger”

Op.137: A Sheaf of Bliss

Things Like Bliss, version 1, Op.137 № 1a

Things Like Bliss, version 2, Op.137 № 1b

Considering My Bliss Options, Op.137 № 2 (clarinet & horn in F) work-in-progress

Liv Plays Scrabble, Op.137 № 3 (shakuhachi & toy piano)

Out From the Unattended Baggage, Op.137 № 4 (flute, clarinet & bassoon)

sand dance, Op.137 № 5 (flute  & harp)

Oxygen Footprint, Op.138 (flute, viola & harp)

Brightest and Best, Op.139 № 1 (mixed choir)

Precious Lord, Op.139 № 4 (mixed choir and organ)

Paschal Carillon, Op.139 № 5 (handbell choir)

What Wondrous Love, Op.139 № 6 (mixed choir and handbells)

<a href="http://www.youtube.com/v/dXMra6BvZew" target="_blank" class="new_win">http://www.youtube.com/v/dXMra6BvZew</a>

Mistaken for the Sacred, Op.141 (percussion solo & fixed media)

<a href="http://www.youtube.com/v/dcofMh91_7M" target="_blank" class="new_win">http://www.youtube.com/v/dcofMh91_7M</a>

In dulci jubilo, Op.142 № 1 (fl, hn, handbell choir, youth and adult choirs, organ)

In dulci jubilo, Op.142 № 1a (2 fl, ob, cl, hn, ta, handbells, glock, strings, youth and adult choirs)

New Year’s Carol, Op.142 № 2 (unison choir & organ)

O Traurigkeit, Op.142 № 7 (clarinet, choir SATB & organ)

Song of the Empty Tomb, Op.142 № 8 (flute & handbell choir)

I Want Jesus to Walk With Me, Op.142 № 9 (unison choir, pf, optional fl or vn obblig.)

Pavane (Memories of Packanack Lake), Op.142 № 10 (handbell choir)

Symphony № 1 (mercy!), Op.143

i. Allegro molto

<a href="http://www.youtube.com/v/-WCZ77mt2aE" target="_blank" class="new_win">http://www.youtube.com/v/-WCZ77mt2aE</a>

ii. Larghetto

<a href="http://www.youtube.com/v/JpI9Zr8rqW4" target="_blank" class="new_win">http://www.youtube.com/v/JpI9Zr8rqW4</a>

iii. Vivo assai

Nun of the Above, Op.144 (cl/gtr/db)

Kurosawa’s Scarecrow (Memories of Packanack Lake), Op.145 (2 fl, cl, hn & fixed media)

Just a Smoother Glide With Thee, Op.146 № 6 (cl unaccompanied)

<a href="http://www.youtube.com/v/20G-C9qxUMA" target="_blank" class="new_win">http://www.youtube.com/v/20G-C9qxUMA</a>

Paschal Carillon Games, Op.146 № 9 (handbell choir)

<a href="http://www.youtube.com/v/Rw_foQ0FeD4" target="_blank" class="new_win">http://www.youtube.com/v/Rw_foQ0FeD4</a>

Deep Breath, Op.147 (clarinet & strings)

<a href="http://www.youtube.com/v/wDyNDcUxOOg" target="_blank" class="new_win">http://www.youtube.com/v/wDyNDcUxOOg</a>

The start of The Nerves | in progress
Score

<a href="http://www.youtube.com/v/xAu8jmII5rk" target="_blank" class="new_win">http://www.youtube.com/v/xAu8jmII5rk</a>

Down Along the Canal to Minerva Road, Op.149 (C fl, alto fl, cl, hn)

<a href="http://www.youtube.com/v/yCbOqaDNYWE" target="_blank" class="new_win">http://www.youtube.com/v/yCbOqaDNYWE</a>

A Heart So White, Op.150 (2 vv, 3 winds, fixed media) | in progress)

<a href="http://www.youtube.com/v/lGwbobnHhDE" target="_blank" class="new_win">http://www.youtube.com/v/lGwbobnHhDE</a>

Wistful Weed Whacker, Op.151 № 1 (brass quartet | in progress)

<a href="http://www.youtube.com/v/pbbDOtIzuH0" target="_blank" class="new_win">http://www.youtube.com/v/pbbDOtIzuH0</a>

8 Oct 2013 recital at King's Chapel

Henningmusick at ReverbNation.

Henningmusick at Instant Encore.

About an hour's worth of Henningmusick, too, at SoundCloud

The 9th Ear at SoundCloud.

<a href="http://www.youtube.com/v/Ehy8k3cRLXM" target="_blank" class="new_win">http://www.youtube.com/v/Ehy8k3cRLXM</a>

And: Maria appears on the evening news in DC.

Maria's harpsichord
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GMG News / Re: OK, we are back
« Last post by North Star on Today at 08:31:36 AM »
Another unknown is . . . many of us miss Luke, though we hope he will find time to come back more regularly (or, simply, regularly).  now I am not sure if it is a matter of Luke not stopping by, or being technically hampered in the attempt.

Maybe this is superfluous hand-wringing.
Luke's account is active (using the word loosely here, you understand... he hasn't visited since September '16) so that shouldn't be a problem. Unless he can't retrieve a password or something.
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