Eye of the Wind Rhapsody and Heartsong for Brass Band
THE EYE OF THE WIND RHAPSODY.
Many years ago it was my privilege to have been commissioned to write a piece for orchestra. The end result was THE EYE OF THE WIND RHAPSODY. The piece has been performed a couple of times since its premiere in 1981 at The Guildhall in London by The London Philharmonic Orchestra with the late great Vernon (Todd) Handley conducting. Since then by The Birmingham Schools Orchestra conducted by Bob Vivien and latterly at Birmingham's Symphony Hall by the Sheffield Philharmonic, John Pearson conducting.
I'm gratified to say that all the parts are being lovingly copied in digital format by our friend Adam Parrish and will available shortly to download FREE OF CHARGE for any orchestras wishing to perform this piece.
HEARTSONG FOR BRASS BAND.
A few years back I had contact with the legendary Brighouse and Rastrick Brass Band. One of their members Mr Leigh Baker expressed an interest in arranging Heartsong for Brass band. This is now available to download FREE OF CHARGE for any interested parties to perform.
I am making no charge for the access to the scores for both pieces. It is just my wish that this music be out there for people to perform and enjoy.
If you represent an orchestra or band that would be potentially interested in performing either of these pieces just drop a quick email introducing yourself to Sue Holton at firstname.lastname@example.org and she will arrange for you to access the scores.