David Solomons

singer, one-man choir, guitarist and composer

18 Oct 2017
Recent performances in Budapest in late 2017
Videos of some recent performances of my music by Budapest Scoring

There have been many performances of my music in the past few months by Budapest Scoring at the studios of Hungarian Radio.

Perhaps the most unusual is Purinjiti, a mix of Austrian Aboriginal and Western neo-classical styles, for didgeridoo, flute, euphonium, strings and sticks:

The score for this can be found at Purinjiti on MusicaNeo

Another, more classical in bent, is the Passacaglia for flute sextet

The score for this can be found at Passacaglia for flute sextet on MusicaNeo

Possibly the most virtuoso and dramatic piece this season is also for flute sextet: Fire Dash, which features a dash by a fire chief in his fire truck through the streets of New York in the 1920s

The score for this piece is available at Fire Dash on Musica Neo

To calm down after this, here is the choir of Budapest Scoring singing my Communion motet "Hoc est enim corpus meum", based on a poem by a sister choir singer....

The score for this (in English and also in French and German) can be found at Hoc est enim on MusicaNeo



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