City people

John BloodGZ009
Clarinet and Piano | Duration: 8 minutes

Written in January 1988 for Geraldine Allen and Roger Vignoles. Effective recital pieces which end with a riotous and demonic dance to the god of Mammon. Although designed to be played as a set, they also work well when performed separately.

  • Monsieur le boulanger
  • Filing–clerks
  • The dreamer
  • The banker

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Periwinkle Duo

John BloodGZ010
Oboe and Bassoon | Duration: 8 minutes

Written for members of the Viente Ensemble and first performed by them in 1979. A youthful and light–hearted set of short pieces. Popular with wind quintets, who frequently include it in their programmes to create variety (and a breather).

  • Overture
  • Canon
  • Scherzo
  • Air
  • Jig
  Score and parts

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Macbeth: Descriptive drama for harpsichord

John BloodGZ075
Harpsichord | Grades 6–8 technical level | Duration: 23 minutes

An instrumental drama which portrays the events, settings and characters of the Shakespeare play. In ten contrasted pieces which skilfully exploit the harpsichord’s varied registers, we hear Macbeth’s encounter with the witches, his dark broodings, and Lady Macbeth’s wily powers of persuasion – an increasingly manic Valse diabolique. The growing mayhem eventually leads to the appearance of Banquo’s ghost, and Macbeth’s defeat at the hands of Macduff. Vivid, spooky and exciting.

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Twenty-five variations

Giles EasterbrookGZ068
Piano | Duration: 7-8 minutes

These intensely concentrated variations were premiered by Raphael Terroni in May 1983. Described as a “characteristically eccentric gem” by the Hampstead & Highgate Gazette, they have been widely performed, and are featured on the 2010 CD of Giles Easterbrook’s music, The Moon Underwater (Prima Facie PFCD 002)

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