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  • Álvarez, Geoffrey (b.1961)
    Toccata Wagogo and Fuga Errato (2009) for piano solo
    Duration: 13′
    World Premiere 28/06/2017 St Mary Magdalene’s, Munster Square, London, UK
  • Armstrong, Tom (b.1968)
    Consort Music (2014–17) version for oboe, vibraphone & piano
    Duration: 15′
    World Premiere 15/11/2017 Richmond and Putney Unitarian Church, London, UK; with Nancy Johnston (oboe) & Martin Pyne (vibraphone)
  • Barchan, Stephen Mark (b.1982)
    Opened Up (2010) for orchestra
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    World Premiere 15/01/2010 Sounds New Festival, Canterbury, UK
  • Briggs, Roger (b.1952)
    Jitterbug (2015) for piano solo
    Duration: 5′
    UK Premiere 28/06/2017 St Mary Magdalene’s, Munster Square, London, UK [listen below]
    Also performed 30/01/2018 Borough New Music, St George the Martyr, London, UK
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  • Bruce, David (b.1970)
    Berimbau (2007) for piano solo
    Duration: 8′
    World Premiere 18/11/2007 Friends’ Meeting House, Hertford, UK
  • Bruce, David (b.1970)
    The shadow of the blackbird (2010) for piano solo
    Duration: 8′
    UK Premiere 29/02/2012 Michael Tippett Centre, Bath, UK
  • Buckley, Linda (b.1979)
    serein (2014) for piano solo
    Commissioned by Matthew Schellhorn
    Duration: 6′
    World Premiere 28/05/2014 Kevin Barry Room, National Concert Hall, Dublin, Ireland
  • Buckley, Linda (b.1979)
    zone (2006) for piano solo
    Duration: 9′
    UK Premiere 02/11/2012 Walled City Music Festival, Derry, UK [listen below]
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  • Burrell, Diana (b.1948)
    Pentecost (2017) for piano solo
    Commissioned by Matthew Schellhorn
    Duration: 19′
    World Premiere 12/05/2018 London Festival of Contemporary Church Music, St Pancras Church, London, UK
    Also performed 25/10/2018 soundfestival, King’s College Chapel, University of Aberdeen, Scotland, UK [listen below]
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    Bush, Geoffrey (1920–1998)
    archy at the zoo (1994) for soprano & piano
    Duration: 10′
    World Premiere Recording released 14/07/2017 Bush & Horovitz: Songs (Naxos 8.571378); with Susanna Fairbairn (soprano)
    Also performed 14/08/2017 In Tune, BBC Radio 3; with Susanna Fairbairn (soprano)
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    Bush, Geoffrey (1920–1998)
    Cuisine Provençale (1982) for soprano & piano
    Duration: 5′30″
    World Premiere Recording Bush & Horovitz: Songs (Naxos 8.571378) released 14/07/2017; with Susanna Fairbairn (soprano)
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    Bush, Geoffrey (1920–1998)
    Love for such a cherry lip (1984) for soprano & piano
    Duration: 1′30″
    World Premiere Recording Bush & Horovitz: Songs (Naxos 8.571378) released 14/07/2017; with Susanna Fairbairn (soprano)
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    Bush, Geoffrey (1920–1998)
    Mirabile Misterium (A great and mighty wonder) (1985) for soprano & piano
    Duration: 15′30″
    World Premiere Recording Bush & Horovitz: Songs (Naxos 8.571378) released 14/07/2017; with Susanna Fairbairn (soprano)
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    Bush, Geoffrey (1920–1998)
    Yesterday (Nine songs for Kay to poems by Charles Causley) (1990) for soprano & piano
    Duration: 13′30″
    World Premiere Recording Bush & Horovitz: Songs (Naxos 8.571378) released 14/07/2017; with Susanna Fairbairn (soprano)
  • Clancy, Seán (b.1984)
    Fourteen Minutes of Music on the Subject of Greetings Cards (2006) for flute, violin & piano
    Duration: 14′
    UK Premiere 06/10/2014 Little Missenden Festival, UK; with Aisha Orazbayeva (violin) & Audrey Milhères (flute)
  • Clancy, Seán (b.1984)
    Thirteen Minutes of Music on the Subject of the Transformation of Things (2014) for piano solo
    Duration: 13′
    Irish Premiere 28/05/2014 Kevin Barry Room, National Concert Hall, Dublin, Ireland
  • Cleary, Siobhan (b.1970)
    Chaconne (2007) for piano solo
    Duration: 15′
    UK Premiere 02/08/2012 Walled City Music Festival, Derry, UK [listen below]
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  • Cleary, Siobhan (b.1970)
    The Whitening (2011) version for ondes Martenot & piano
    Commissioned by Matthew Schellhorn
    Duration: 5′
    World Premiere 19/11/2011 The Model, Sligo, Ireland [listen below]
    UK Premiere 25/11/2011 Brunel University, UK
    French Premiere 26/01/2012 9ème Semaine du Son, Conservatoire de Musique et d’Art Dramatique, Dunkerque, France
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  • Cooke, Phillip (b.1980)
    [new work] (2021) for piano solo
    Commissioned by Matthew Schellhorn
    World Premiere forthcoming
  • Đạo, Nguyễn Thiên (1940–2015)
    Bâi-Tâp (1974) for ondes Martenot and piano
    Duration: 6′
    Irish Premiere 19/11/2011 The Model, Sligo, Ireland; with Nathalie Forget (ondes Martenot)
    UK Premiere 25/11/2011 Brunel University, UK; with Nathalie Forget (ondes Martenot)
  • Dawson, Philip
    Chimera (2010) for orchestra
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    World Premiere 15/01/2010 Sounds New Festival, Canterbury, UK
  • Duggan, John (b.1963)
    The Owl and the Pussycat (2014) for soprano & piano
    Duration: 5′
    World Premiere 24/05//2014 Wolfson College, Oxford, UK [listen below]
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  • Efthymiou, Effy (b.1980) & Efthymiou, Litha (b.1980)
    Parting (2013–14) multidisciplinary theatre
    Duration: 80′
    World Premiere 16/03/2014 King’s Place, London, UK
  • Finnissy, Michael (b.1946)
    Catchpenny Rhymes (1986) version for contralto & piano
    Duration: 12′
    World Premiere 26/09/2015 St Edmund’s College, Cambridge, UK; with Susie Self (contralto)
  • Flaquer, Mateu Malondra (b.1977)
    Signals and Bipolar Coordinates (2010) for orchestra
    Duration: 7′
    World Premiere 15/01/2010 Sounds New Festival, Canterbury, UK
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    Frances-Hoad, Cheryl (b.1980)
    Stolen Rhythm (2009) for piano solo
    Commissioned by Matthew Schellhorn
    Duration: 2′
    World Premiere 12/11/2009 Cambridge Music Festival, Robinson College, Cambridge, UK [listen below]; broadcast 01/12/2010 British Composer Awards 2010, BBC Radio 3
    Also performed 14/12/2013 Goldsmiths, University of London, UK
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  • Galvani, Marco (b.1994)
    Before Sunrise (2020) for piano solo
    Commissioned by Matthew Schellhorn
    Duration: 5′
    World Premiere forthcoming
  • Gordon, Michael Zev (b.1963)
    Innocente (2009) for piano solo
    Commissioned by Matthew Schellhorn
    Duration: 2′
    World Premiere 12/11/2009 Cambridge Music Festival, Robinson College, Cambridge, UK [listen below]
    Also performed 22/01/2010 Brunel University, Uxbridge, UK; 14/12/2013 Goldsmiths, University of London, UK
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  • Herrmann, Torsten (b.1981)
    Prometheus Tanz (2010)
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    UK Premiere 28/06/2017 St Mary Magdalene’s, Munster Square, London, UK
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    Horovitz, Joseph (b.1926)
    Foie-gras (1974) for soprano & piano
    Duration: 5′
    World Premiere Recording Bush & Horovitz: Songs (Naxos 8.571378) released 14/07/2017; with Susanna Fairbairn (soprano)
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    Horovitz, Joseph (b.1926)
    Malicious Madrigal (1970) for soprano & piano
    Duration: 2′
    World Premiere Recording Bush & Horovitz: Songs (Naxos 8.571378) released 14/07/2017; with Susanna Fairbairn (soprano)
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    Horovitz, Joseph (b.1926)
    Pierrot's Hornpipe (2016) for piano solo
    Duration: 6′
    World Premiere Recording Bush & Horovitz: Songs (Naxos 8.571378) released 14/07/2017; with Susanna Fairbairn (soprano)
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    Horovitz, Joseph (b.1926)
    Romance (1975, arr. 2016) for soprano & piano
    Duration: 2′30″
    World Premiere Recording Bush & Horovitz: Songs (Naxos 8.571378) released 14/07/2017; with Susanna Fairbairn (soprano)
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    Horovitz, Joseph (b.1926)
    The Garden of Love (2014) for soprano & piano
    Duration: 3′
    World Premiere Recording Bush & Horovitz: Songs (Naxos 8.571378) released 14/07/2017; with Susanna Fairbairn (soprano)
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    Horovitz, Joseph (b.1926)
    Zum 11ten März (1995) for soprano & piano
    Duration: 5′
    World Premiere Recording released 14/07/2017 Bush & Horovitz: Songs (Naxos 8.571378); with Susanna Fairbairn (soprano)
    Also performed 14/08/2017 In Tune, BBC Radio 3; with Susanna Fairbairn (soprano)
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    Howells, Herbert (1892–1983)
    Finzi: His Rest (1956) for piano solo
    Duration: 4′30″
    World Premiere 24/01/2020 Royal Academy of Music, London, UK
    World Premiere Recording forthcoming
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    Howells, Herbert (1892–1983)
    Harlequin Dreaming (1918) for piano solo
    Duration: 3′30″
    World Premiere 31/07/2020 Three Choirs Festival, Worcester, UK
    World Premiere Recording forthcoming
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    Howells, Herbert (1892–1983)
    Melody (1909) for piano solo
    Duration: 3′
    World Premiere 24/01/2020 Royal Academy of Music, London, UK
    World Premiere Recording forthcoming
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    Howells, Herbert (1892–1983)
    My Lord Harewood’s Galliard (1949) for piano solo
    Duration: 2′
    World Premiere 24/01/2020 Royal Academy of Music, London, UK
    World Premiere Recording forthcoming
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    Howells, Herbert (1892–1983)
    Pavane and Galliard (1964) for piano solo
    Duration: 7′30″
    World Premiere Recording forthcoming
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    Howells, Herbert (1892–1983)
    Petrus Suite (1967–73) for piano solo
    Duration: 18′
    World Premiere 31/07/2020 Three Choirs Festival, Worcester, UK
    World Premiere Recording forthcoming
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    Howells, Herbert (1892–1983)
    Phantasy (1917) for piano solo
    Duration: 5′
    World Premiere 31/07/2020 Three Choirs Festival, Worcester, UK
    World Premiere Recording forthcoming
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    Howells, Herbert (1892–1983)
    Siciliana (1958) for piano solo
    Duration: 3′30″
    World Premiere 28/10/2017 Old Divinity School, Cambridge, UK
    World Premiere Recording forthcoming
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    Howells, Herbert (1892–1983)
    Summer Idyls (1911) for piano solo
    Duration: 24′
    World Premiere (Nos. 2–4) 26/10/2018 soundfestival, Phoenix Centre, Aberdeen, Scotland; (No. 1) 24/01/2020 Royal Academy of Music, London, UK
    World Premiere Recording forthcoming
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    Howells, Herbert (1892–1983)
    To a Wild Flower (1908) for piano solo
    Duration: 3′
    World Premiere 24/01/2020 Royal Academy of Music, London, UK
    World Premiere Recording forthcoming
  • Ianotta, Clara (b.1983)
    Il Colore dell’Ombra (2010) for piano trio
    Duration: 11′
    World Premiere 15/01/2010 Sounds New Festival, Canterbury, UK; with Aisha Orazbayeva (violin) & David Lale (cello)
  • Ito, Miyuki (b.1968)
    La transparencia del espacio (2010) for ondes Martenot and piano
    Duration: 8′30″
    UK Premiere 25/11/2011 Brunel University, UK; with Nathalie Forget (ondes Martenot)
  • Kien, Molly (b.1979)
    Symmetrical Swans (2016) for piano solo
    Duration: 6′
    World Premiere 28/06/2017 St Mary Magdalene’s, Munster Square, London, UK
  • Kosma, Wojciech (b.1981)
    First Piano Sonata (2011) for piano solo
    Duration: 10′
    World Premiere 11/11/2011 Deptford Town Hall, London, UK
  • Latimer, Ryan (b.1990)
    Beta and Tau (2010) for orchestra
    Duration:
    World Premiere 15/01/2010 Sounds New Festival, Canterbury, UK
  • Lauricella, Massimo (b.1961)
    Nuances for piano solo
    Duration: 7′
    World Premiere 28/06/2017 St Mary Magdalene’s, Munster Square, London, UK
  • LeFanu, Nicola (b.1947)
    Eight Studies (2012) for piano solo
    Commissioned by Matthew Schellhorn
    Duration: 17′
    World Premiere 02/08/2012 Walled City Music Festival, Derry, Ireland (Nos. 1, 4) [isten below]; 14/12/2013 Goldsmiths, University of London, UK (complete)
    Also performed 05/09/2015 York Late Music, St Saviourgate Unitarian Chapel, UK
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    LeFanu, Nicola (b.1947)
    Sea Sketches (2008) for clarinet & piano
    Duration: 11′
    World Premiere 10/01/2008 In Tune, BBC Radio 3 (extracts); 11/01/2008 Purcell Room, Southbank Centre, London, UK (complete)
    Also performed 19/03/2008 St James's Picadilly, London, UK; with Peter Sparks (clarinet); 22/09/2011 Forest School, Snaresbrook, London, UK; with Tom Lessels (clarinet)
  • Masing, Elo (b.1984)
    Resonance (2010) for flute, clarinet, horn and piano
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    World Premiere 15/01/2010 Sounds New Festival, Canterbury, UK
  • McCabe, John (1939–2015)
    Landscape (1978) for piano solo
    Duration: 3′
    World Premiere Forthcoming 2021
  • McDowall, Cecilia (b.1951)
    Haydn Seek (2009) for piano solo
    Commissioned by Matthew Schellhorn
    Duration: 3′
    World Premiere 12/11/2009 Cambridge Music Festival, Robinson College, Cambridge, UK
    Also performed 22/01/2010 Brunel University, Uxbridge, UK; 23/11/2013 St George's Cathedral, Southwark, UK; 14/12/2013 Goldsmiths, University of London, UK
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  • McKay, Deirdre (b.1972)
    time, shining (1997) for piano solo
    Duration: 13′
    Scottish Premiere 26/10/2018 soundfestival, Phoenix Centre, Newton Dee, Scotland
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    Messiaen, Olivier (1908–92)
    Fantaisie (1933; published 2007) for violin & piano
    Duration: 9′
    UK Premiere 29/06/2007 Jacqueline du Pré Concert Hall, Oxford, UK; with Elizabeth Cooney (violin)
    Recording released 30/06/2008 Messiaen: Chamber Works (Signum Classics SIGCD126); with James Clark (violin)
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    Messiaen, Olivier (1908–92)
    Morceau de lecture à vue (1934) for piano solo
    Duration: 2′
    World Premiere Recording released 30/06/2008 Messiaen: Chamber Works (Signum Classics SIGCD126)
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    Mulvey, Graínne (b.1966)
    Steel-grey splinters (2012)
    Commissioned by Matthew Schellhorn
    Duration: 8′
    UK Premiere 02/08/2012 Walled City Music Festival, Derry, UK
    World Premiere Recording released 4 February 2014 Mulvey: Akanos (Navona Records NV5943)
    Also performed 28/05/2014 Kevin Barry Room, National Concert Hall, Dublin, Ireland; 05/09/2015 York Late Music, St Saviourgate Unitarian Chapel, York, UK
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    Nunn, Patrick (b.1969)
    Isochronos (2010) for piano, percussion & pulsars
    Duration: 6′
    World Premiere 15/05/2010 Sounds New Festival, Canterbury, UK; with Sarah Cresswell (percussion) & Patrick Nunn (pulsars)
    World Premiere Recording released 01/02/2016 Patrick Nunn: Morphosis (Red Sock Records RSR003CD); with Sarah Cresswell (percussion) & Patrick Nunn (pulsars)
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    Nunn, Patrick (b.1969)
    Transilient Fragments (2007) for violin & piano
    Duration: 6′
    World Premiere Recording released 01/02/2016 Patrick Nunn: Morphosis (Red Sock Records RSR003CD); with Maria Oldak (violin)
  • O’Leary, Jane (b.1946)
    From the crest of a green wave (1993) for piano solo
    Duration: 5′
    UK Premiere 22/01/2007 West Road Concert Hall, Cambridge, UK
  • Oliveira, João Pedro (b.1959)
    Pirâmides de Cristal (1993) for piano solo
    Duration: 16′
    World Premiere 28/06/2017 St Mary Magdalene’s, Munster Square, London, UK
  • Oliver, Ben (b.1981)
    Smash and Grab (2010) for orchestra
    Duration:
    World Premiere 15/01/2010 Sounds New Festival, Canterbury, UK
  • Percy, Robert (b.1961)
    Chop and Change (2018) for piano solo
    Commissioned by Matthew Schellhorn
    Duration: 12′
    World Premiere 30/01/2018 Borough New Music, St George the Martyr, Borough, UK
  • Percy, Robert (b.1961)
    Island Mentality (2017) for cello, oboe, vibraphone and piano
    Duration: 6′
    World Premiere 15/11/2017 Richmond and Putney Unitarian Church, London, UK
  • Piechowska-Pascal, Alina (b.1937)
    Fresque (1982) for ondes Martenot and piano
    Duration: 6′
    Irish Premiere 16/11/2011 Kevin Barry Room, National Concert Hall, Dublin, Ireland; with Nathalie Forget (ondes Martenot)
    Also performed 19/11/2011 The Model, Sligo, Ireland; with Nathalie Forget (ondes Martenot)
  • Ribeiro, Hugo (b.1983)
    Diurne: alter ego (2010) for orchestra
    Duration: 5′
    World Premiere 15/01/2010 Sounds New Festival, Canterbury, UK
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    Riley, Colin (b.1963)
    As the Tender Twilight Covers (2015) for piano solo
    Commissioned by Matthew Schellhorn
    Duration: 7′
    World Premiere 05/09/2015 York Late Music, York, UK
    World Premiere recording released 20 October 2017 Colin Riley: Shenanigans (NMC Recordings NMC D241)
    Also performed 20/01/2017 Brunel University, Uxbridge, UK; 21/01/2017 The Queen's College, Oxford, UK; 22/01/2017 Girton College, Cambridge, UK; 28/06/2017 St Mary Magdalene Church, Munster Square, London; 15/11/2017 Richmond and Putney Unitarian Church, London
  • Riley, Colin (b.1963)
    Right to the End of our River (2014) version for cello & piano
    Duration: 4′
    World Premiere 15/11/2017 Richmond and Putney Unitarian Church, London, UK; with Rebecca Hepplewhite (cello)
  • Riley, Colin (b.1963)
    Weave (2009) for piano solo
    Commissioned by Matthew Schellhorn
    Duration: 4′
    World Premiere 12/11/2009 Cambridge Music Festival, Robinson College, Cambridge, UK
    Also performed 22/01/2010 Brunel University, Uxbridge, UK; 14/12/2013 Goldsmiths, University of London, UK
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  • Saleeb, Daniel (b.1985)
    Die Nacht (2010) for orchestra
    Duration: 5′
    World Premiere 15/01/2010 Sounds New Festival, Canterbury, UK
  • Saxton, Robert (b.1953)
    Paraphrase on Adeste Fideles (2019) for piano duet
    Commissioned by Matthew Schellhorn
    Duration: 5′
    World Premiere 25/06/2019 Borough New Music, St George the Martyr, London, UK; with Clare Simmonds (piano)
  • Smith, Siimon (b.1983)
    Elegy (2011–12) for tenor, horn & piano
    Duration: 11′
    World Premiere 16/02/2012 Town Hall, Seaton, UK; with John McMunn (tenor) & Alec Frank-Gemmill (horn)
  • Suzuki, Rika (b.1960)
    L’égrenée (2010) for ondes Martenot and piano
    Duration: 5′
    Irish Premiere 16/11/2011 Kevin Barry Room, National Concert Hall, Dublin, Ireland; with Nathalie Forget (ondes Martenot)
  • Thurlow, Jeremy (b.1967)
    Butterfly (2009) for piano solo
    Commissioned by Matthew Schellhorn
    Duration: 2′
    World Premiere 12/11/2009 Cambridge Music Festival, Robinson College, Cambridge, UK [listen below]
    Also performed 22/01/2010 Brunel University, Uxbridge, UK; 23/11/2013 St George's Cathedral, Southwark, UK; 14/12/2013 Goldsmiths, University of London, UK
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  • Thurlow, Jeremy (b.1967)
    fleeting... (2007) for piano solo
    Duration: 3′
    World Premiere 14/02/2008 Powis Hall, University of Bangor, Wales, UK
  • Thurlow, Jeremy (b.1967)
    frond (2019) for piano duet
    Commissioned by Matthew Schellhorn
    Duration: 5′
    World Premiere 25/06/2019 Borough New Music, St George the Martyr, London, UK; with Clare Simmonds (piano)
  • Thurlow, Jeremy (b.1967)
    My Secret Music Remembers Me (1999) for piano solo
    Duration: 4′
    World Premiere 08/10/2004 Robinson College Chapel, Cambridge, UK
  • Thurlow, Jeremy (b.1967)
    Piano Concerto for piano & orchestra (2000, rev. 2006)
    Duration: 35′
    World Premiere 2000 Robinson College, Cambridge, UK; with Robinson College Orchestra / Tim Murray (conductor)
  • Thurlow, Jeremy (b.1967)
    The Will of the Tones (2004) for piano solo
    Duration: 9′30″
    World Premiere 16/11/2004 St Martin-in-the-Fields, London, UK
    Also performed 22/01/2007 West Road Concert Hall, Cambridge, UK
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  • Thurlow, Jeremy (b.1967)
    Unbidden Visions (2008) for tenor, horn & piano
    Duration: 8′30″
    World Premiere 12/11/2009 Cambridge Music Festival, Robinson College Chapel, UK; with John McMunn (tenor) & Alec Frank-Gemmill (horn) [listen bellow]
    Also performed 23/01/2010 Holmes Chapel Music Society, UK; with John McMunn (tenor), Alec Frank-Gemmill (horn); 16/02/2012 Seaton Music Society, UK; with John McMunn (tenor), Alec Frank-Gemmill (horn)
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  • Vodenitcharov, Yassen (b.1964)
    Piece cinétique. Hommage à Jesùs Soto (2010)
    Duration: 5′
    Irish Premiere 16/11/2011 Kevin Barry Room, National Concert Hall, Dublin, Ireland; with Nathalie Forget (ondes Martenot)
  • Watts, Tim (b.1979)
    an overgrown ode (2016) for violin, cello & piano
    Duration: 4′
    World Premiere 23/10/2016 Madingley Hall, Cambridge, UK; with Francesca Barritt (violin) & Joy Lisney (cello)
  • Watts, Tim (b.1979)
    Head to Toe (2019) for piano duet
    Commissioned by Matthew Schellhorn
    Duration: 5′
    World Premiere 25/06/2019 Borough New Music, St George the Martyr, London, UK
  • Watts, Tim (b.1979)
    Odd Sympathies for piano solo
    Commissioned by Matthew Schellhorn
    Duration: 3′
    World Premiere 12/11/2009 Cambridge Music Festival, Robinson College, Cambridge, UK [listen below]
    Also performed 22/01/2010 Brunel University, Uxbridge, UK; 14/12/2013 Goldsmiths, University of London, UK
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  • Watts, Tim (b.1979)
    Overture – Lyric Ode on the Witches, Fairies and Aerial Beings of Shakespeare (2016) for violin, cello & piano
    Duration: 7′
    World Premiere 23/10/2016 Madingley Hall, Cambridge, UK; with Francesca Barritt (violin) & Joy Lisney (cello)
  • Watts, Tim (b.1979)
    Two Scherzos for piano solo (2004–05)
    Commissioned by Matthew Schellhorn
    Duration: 8′30″
    World Premiere 19/11/2004 Tickhill Music Society, South Yorkshire, UK (No. 1); 28/09/2005 Church of St Olave, Old Jewry, London, UK (complete)
  • Wiegold, Peter (b.1949)
    Aulos (2008) for clarinet & piano
    Duration: 8′30″
    World Premiere 11/01/2008 Purcell Room, Southbank Centre, London, UK
    Also performed 19/03/2008 St James's Piccadilly, London, UK; with Peter Sparks (clarinet)
  • Wilson, Ian (b.1964)
    A Sonata of Solstices and Equinoxes (2017)
    Commissioned by Matthew Schellhorn
    Duration: 22′
    World Premiere 20/01/2017 Brunel University, UK
    Also performed 22/01/2017 Girton College, Cambridge, UK; 25/03/2017 The Duncairn Centre, Belfast, UK
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    Wilson, Ian (b.1964)
    Flags and Emblems (2012) fantasy for piano, orchestra & flute band
    Duration: 18′
    World Premiere 30/10/2012 Whitla Hall, Belfast, UK; with Ulster Orchestra, Ballygowan Flute Band / Ian Wilson (conductor); broadcast 22/01/2013 Afternoon on 3, BBC Radio 3 [listen below]
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  • Wilson, Ian (b.1964)
    Lim (1988) for piano solo
    Duration: 19′30″
    UK Premiere 28/09/2005 St Olave Jewry, London, UK
    Northern Ireland Premiere 02/08/2012 Walled City Music Festival, Northern Ireland, UK [listen below]
    Also performed 22/01/2007 West Road Concert Hall, Cambridge, UK
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  • Wilson, Ian (b.1964)
    Limena (1998, rev. 2006) version for piano & string quartet
    Commissioned by Matthew Schellhorn
    Duration: 19′30″
    World Premiere 26/02/2007 Jacqueline du Pré Concert Hall, Oxford, UK; with Carducci Quartet
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    Wilson, Ian (b.1964)
    Mutazione: Piano Concerto (2003) for piano & orchestra
    Duration: 18′
    World Premiere 18/01/2016 Ulster Hall, Belfast, UK; with Ulster Orchestra / David Brophy (conductor); broadcast 30/01/2016 Hear and Now, BBC Radio 3 [listen below]
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  • Wilson, Ian (b.1964)
    Sonata Elemenata (2020/21) for piano
    Commissioned by Matthew Schellhorn
    Duration: 22′
    World Premiere forthcoming
  • Wilson, Ian (b.1964)
    Spilliaert's Beach (1999, rev. 2008) version for basset horn & piano
    Duration: 7′
    World Premiere 19/03/2008 St James’s Piccadilly, London, UK; with Peter Sparks (basset horn)
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    Wilson, Ian (b.1964)
    Stations (2006–07)
    Duration: 72′
    World Premiere 18/05/2007 St Pancras Church, London, UK (Book I, Book II); 24/04/2008 Kingston University, UK (Book III); 07/05/2008 Wigmore Hall, London, UK (Book IV); 09/04/2009 Harty Room, Queen’s University Belfast, UK (complete)
    World Premiere Recording Ian Wilson: Stations (Diatribe Records DIACD016), released 06/04/2014
    Also performed 21/03/2008 (Sixth Station) In Tune, BBC Radio 3; 11/04/2009 Mermaid Arts Centre, Bray, Co. Wicklow, Ireland;12/04/2009 Hugh Lane Gallery, Dublin, Ireland; 08/04/2014 St George’s Cathedral, Southwark, UK; 10/04/2014 St Andrew’s Cathedral, Glasgow, UK; 13/04/2014 Hugh Lane Gallery, Dublin, Ireland; 14/04/2014 Blackheath Halls, London, UK; 15/04/2014 Church of St John the Evangelist, Edinburgh, UK; 16/05/2014 Robinson College, Cambridge, UK; 18/05/2014 St Augustine's Church, Thorpe Bay UK; 29/06/2014 Wymondham Abbey, UK; 10/07/2014 Ripon Cathedral, UK; 31/03/2015 Chelmsford Cathedral, UK
  • Wilson, Ian (b.1964)
    Verschwindend (2001) for piano solo
    Duration: 5′
    UK Premiere 22/01/2007 West Road Concert Hall, Cambridge, UK
    Northern Ireland Premiere 02/08/2012 Walled City Music Festival, Derry, UK [listen below]
    Also performed 28/05/2014 Kevin Barry Room, National Concert Hall, Dublin, Ireland; 05/09/2015 York Late Music, St Saviourgate Unitarian Chapel, York, UK
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  • Young, Toby (b.1990)
    Pretty Stories (and Funny Pictures) (2014) for soprano & piano
    Duration: 5′
    World Premiere 04/07/2014 Harwich Festival, UK; with Susanna Fairbairn (soprano)
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