David Solomons

singer, one-man choir, guitarist and composer

08 Dec 2015, Article
Budapest Recording
András Csáki recently performed my suite for guitar and orchestra in Budapest with the Budapest Scoring Symphonic Orchestra, conducted by Péter Illényi. It was a brilliant performance. You can hear the audio recording on: itunes  ,  Amazon (USA) ,   Amazon (International)  ,  CDBaby   and  Bandcamp and you can see the video of the performance on  Vimeo The Score is available on  musicaneo
14 Jul 2015, News
Freilach for flute trio
Fantastic performance by The Fluteview of my Freilach on 10 July 2015 in Half-Moon Bay California at the Flutes by the Sea event. This is a Klezmer-inspired piece with a lot of beatboxing technique on the flutes. The score is available here: Freilach for flute trio The Video of the world premiere can be enjoyed on Youtube here:
19 Jun 2015, News
Ever onwards
2015 is proving ever more fruitful both in terms of Musicaneo sales and live performances in various countries. It's probably more convenient for my readers if I provide links to my ready-made "News pages" on my own site (as below) than if I repeat all the individual links here, but before I do that, I'd like to give a special mention to one particular performance: The Grass is growing in the field of ash for flute, oboe and piano performed by Lisa Hedley and friends: The Grass is growing So ...
29 Dec 2014, News
New performances in 2014
Among the many new performances of my music in 2014 the latest batch has been particularly satisfying: My Japanese Song (version for flute trio) was performed at a festival in California a few weeks ago: The Composer's Choir in the USA has performed my setting of Tom Clarke's poem The Frostbound Wood and of Sing a New Song to the Lord (my setting of Psalm 98 for choir and organ) Then, a little further South, in Costa Rica a group of string and brass players performed ...
13 Oct 2014, News
2 new CDs for download and videos illustrating them
2014 has been a busy year for musicians performing my music - all scores are available on musicaneo.com The first CD is called Approaching Reality because the musicians (from Ravel Virtual Studio) are creating the sounds by computer, but the instruments are much closer to reality than the effects than can be produced by Finale and Garritan - indeed some musician friends of mine were taken in and thought the instruments were real! The Approaching Reality CD is available on  CDBaby   ...
04 Sep 2014, Article
Approaching reality
Probably the finest producer of virtual interpretations of instrumental works - Ravel Virtual Studios - has created some brilliant performances of ten of my works published here on musicaneo : Spanish Extravaganza, Love and Death (Variation on the Tristan Chord), Blue Boar Blue for string quintet and others. The CD of their performance is now available at: CDBaby itunes and Amazon I have also made some interesting videos of some of the performances on youtube: youtube playlist ...
26 Aug 2014, Article
4 organ works
On 17th August 2014 David Carlston Williams performed 4 of my pieces for organ (Passacaglia, Dorina, Playtime and Camden Town) at St Paul's church in Sale Cheshire (UK) Here is a youtube playlist of the four performances: Playlist of organ pieces
02 Apr 2014, Article
2 milestones and 1 tenor
As I reach the milestone of 1000 scores on musicaneo I have also completed a project with the great tenor Matthew Curtis, who used to sing with Chanticleer - the USA's answer to the King's Singers - and who now sings as a multitrack one-man-choir for his new company  Choraltracks   He has sung 22 of my choral works and part songs ranging from the religious (Evening Canticles [Mag and Nunc], Psalm 70, Modal mass, Litany to the Holy Spirit) to the folksy (Ballad of Green Broom, Green Grow the ...
11 Oct 2013, News
Concerts in Bucharest and Chicago
Videos of performances of some more of my works have been uploaded recently: In Bucharest on 15 September 2013, virtuoso violinist Daniel Mihai performed a couple of pieces in the George Enescu Festival - Variations on Oyn Yam Prayer to an unknown entity and, a recently rediscovered recording of a concert in Chicago featuring Mark Crayton (countertenor) and James Janssen (piano) included three of my songs - see video playlist: playlist ...
11 Jun 2013, News
Japanese Song - the ongoing story
Japanese Song, originally written for guitar solo, is being recreated for various combinations, including flute solo, flute trio and clarinet quartet. Progress so far includes: The original - performed by me A flute solo arranged and performed by Nancy Tyler A flute trio also arranged and performed by Nancy Tyler Scores for all of these can be found on musicaneo Guitar solo  Guitar solo Flute solo  Flute ...
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