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    • Duration: 40 minutes
    • Soloist(s): Soprano
    • Orchestration: Piano OR Full Orchestra
    A collection of ten pieces, The Call was written in Autumn 1997 in the aftermath of the death of Princess Diana and uses poems which seemed to echo the public’s need for answers to eternal questions.  The collection uses poems by noted poets including W.H. Auden, Christina Rossetti and George Herbert.
    • Duration: 21 minutes
    • Soloist: Clarinet
    • Instrumentation: Strings, Harp
    Patrick Hawes's Clarinet Concerto [is] musically nourishing...a fine work....gorgeous..." GRAMOPHONE (Aug 2016) A three-movement work for clarinet, strings and harp written especially for clarinetist Emma Johnson.  The three contrasting movements are rooted in the English pastoral tradition but with a definite 21st-century gloss.  Melodic, fresh and immediately appealing.
    • Duration: 61 minutes
    • Soloist(s): Soprano & Tenor
    • Chorus: SATB
    • Instrumentation: Full Orchestra
    The Great War Symphony is a poignant and moving work for choirs, soloists and orchestra written to commemorate the centenary of the First World War.  It mourns the dead, salutes their sacrifice and evokes a vision of England and her allies that inspired so much of the art and music of that time.
    • Duration: 30 minutes
    • Chorus: SATB, and semi-chorus of trebles
    • Instrumentation: String orchestra
    The Land was written for the South Holland Choral Project in Lincolnshire and was commissioned by the South Holland District Council to celebrate the changing seasons in that area.
    • Duration: 75 minutes
    • Chorus: Children's Voices
    • Orchestration: Piano OR Chamber Orchestra (eleven players: Flute, Oboe, Clarinet, Horn, Percussion, Piano, Violin I, Violin II, Viola, Cello, Double Bass)
    A children's opera that reimagines the story of Robin Hood, exploring what happens when Robin is unable to save the day and the forest community must look to itself for solutions.
    • Duration: 21 minutes
    • Soloist: Clarinet
    • Instrumentation: Strings, Harp
    Patrick Hawes's Clarinet Concerto [is] musically nourishing...a fine work....gorgeous..." GRAMOPHONE (Aug 2016) A three-movement work for clarinet, strings and harp written especially for clarinetist Emma Johnson.  The three contrasting movements are rooted in the English pastoral tradition but with a definite 21st-century gloss.  Melodic, fresh and immediately appealing.
    • Duration: 21 minutes
    • Soloist: Clarinet
    • Instrumentation: Strings, Harp
    Patrick Hawes's Clarinet Concerto [is] musically nourishing...a fine work....gorgeous..." GRAMOPHONE (Aug 2016) A three-movement work for clarinet, strings and harp written especially for clarinetist Emma Johnson.  The three contrasting movements are rooted in the English pastoral tradition but with a definite 21st-century gloss.  Melodic, fresh and immediately appealing.
    • Duration: 10 minutes
    • Instrumentation: Wind Band with optional solo soprano saxophone
    This Medley version of The Great War Symphony  was created for the Scarlet & Gold concerts at Cadogan Hall by the Bands of the Household Division - the very best of Britain’s military musicians.
    • Duration: 10 minutes
    • Instrumentation: Brass Band
    This Medley version of The Great War Symphony  was created for the Scarlet & Gold concerts at Cadogan Hall by the Bands of the Household Division - the very best of Britain’s military musicians.
    • Duration: 25 minutes
    • Soloist: Piano
    • Instrumentation: Full Orchestra
    "It's very direct, it's very honest, it's very melodic and it's very beautiful."  Peter Jablonski, pianist A three-movement work for piano and orchestra written for Peter Jablonski the concerto is a journey of excitement and - above all - majesty, through the pain of loss and bereavement, through to victory and the fulfilment of hope.
    • Duration: 25 minutes
    • Soloist: Piano
    • Instrumentation: Full Orchestra
    "It's very direct, it's very honest, it's very melodic and it's very beautiful."  Peter Jablonski, pianist A three-movement work for piano and orchestra written for Peter Jablonski the concerto is a journey of excitement and - above all - majesty, through the pain of loss and bereavement, through to victory and the fulfilment of hope.
    • Duration: 75 minutes
    • Chorus: Children's Voices
    • Orchestration: Piano OR Chamber Orchestra (eleven players: Flute, Oboe, Clarinet, Horn, Percussion, Piano, Violin I, Violin II, Viola, Cello, Double Bass)
    A children's opera that reimagines the story of Robin Hood, exploring what happens when Robin is unable to save the day and the forest community must look to itself for solutions.
    • Duration: 61 minutes
    • Soloist(s): Soprano & Tenor
    • Chorus: SATB
    • Instrumentation: Full Orchestra
    The Great War Symphony is a poignant and moving work for choirs, soloists and orchestra written to commemorate the centenary of the First World War.  It mourns the dead, salutes their sacrifice and evokes a vision of England and her allies that inspired so much of the art and music of that time.
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