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Claude Debussy - Sérénade for violin and piano
Perhaps intended as a shorter companion piece for the violin Nocturne Debussy was
planning for the Belgian violinist Eugène Ysaÿe in the early 1890s, this harming
and intimate Sérénade for violin and piano begins with an undulating melody over
sensuous accompaniment giving way to a contrasting scherzando idea, returning
finally to the opening theme. There is an optional cadenza that makes it into more
of a showpiece.
Erik Satie - Prelude du Nazareen
Written for, or inspired by, Henri Mazel's three-act play, Le Nazareen. Satie's pseudo-archaic Prelude appears here for the first time as he intended it in 1893 - as a single, sub-divided piece. The first edition in this form. We have also restored five chords missing in earlier editions. HERE
5 Nocturnes for piano solo
the Foss Dyke Navigation at night
Launched in Lincoln, England on 25th January 2013
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Chromatic Fields concert
This online concert recorded in 2012 is still available
Download the complete programme (pdf) HERE
Listen to the concert on SoundCloud HERE
Read more about the Chromatic Fields project HERE
This section of the site is about the work of composers Jamie Crofts and Jimmy Dove, artist J-me and writer Jim Simm.
SOUNDkiosk Editions and Shop
Find information here about SOUNDkiosk definitive publications of work by Erik Satie, Claude Debussy, Franz Liszt and a number of contemporary composers. This section also hosts the SOUNDkiosk SOUNDstore (shop).
The section of the site about both the collaboration between artist Duncan Bullen and composer Jamie Crofts, and the series of compositions (2006 to present) by Jamie.
SOUNDkiosk POLYtechnic is a resource for downloads relating to SOUNDkiosk projects. The POLYtechnic was launched in the Autumn of 2011 with documents relating to SOUNDkiosk Piano Edition.