compositions

music for dance & theatre

"Terminus"
for Sirens Crossing at Wapping Pumping Station, June 2001

"Container Gardening Pt.II "
for Sirens Crossing at Chisenhale Space, London, April 2001

"Trace and Flight 2"
for Sirens Crossing at the Royal Festival Hall, July 2000

"Trace and Flight 1"
for Sirens Crossing at the Stoke Newington Festival, June 2000

"Container Gardening"
for Sirens Crossing at Chisenhale Space, London, April 2000

"Gravity"
for Sirens Crossing at the Stoke Newington Festival, June 1999

"After The Fire"
Incidental music for production of Strindberg's play, directed by Loveday Ingram. 1st Performance: The Gate Theatre, Notting Hill, London 7 Jan 1997

"The Cabinet of Doktor Caligari"
Collaboration with Peter Salem for Nottingham Playhouse and the Lyric Hammersmith. 1st performance: Nottingham Playhouse, 5 October 1995

"Fuze"
Music for Bi-Ma Dance Company, choreographed by Pit Fong Loh, commission aided by the Barry Anderson Trust. 1st performance: Phoenix, Leicester, March 1994. Subsequent world tour included Malaysia, Japan and Taiwan

"WWB"
Music for the Jane Hodge Dance Company. 1st performance: The Place Theatre, June 1992

"Forbidden Realm"
Music for the Bi-Ma Dance Company. Choreographed by Pit Fong Loh. 1st performance: The Place Theatre, June 1992

"Filigree and Penumbra" and "Left of Centre"
for 2-channel tape. Choreographed by Earl Lloyd Hepburn. Commissioned by Images Dance Company, with funds made available by Greater London Arts. 1st performance: Riverside Studios, Hammersmith, London, October 1987

"Bach/Offenbach"
for 2-channel tape. Commissioned by Extemporary Dance Theatre, choreographed by David Gordon. 1st performance: The Place Theatre, London, March 1987

"Skin Deep"
for 2-channel tape. Commissioned by Images Dance Company, choreographed by Earl Lloyd Hepburn. 1st performance: Thamesdown Dance Studios, Swindon, January 1987

"Evoluon"
for 8-channel tape . Choreographed by Maxine Braham. 1st performance: by Maxine Braham, Southill Park Arts Centre, Bracknell, September 1984

"A Poem of Dancing"
for 2-channel tape. Choreographed by Graham Lustig. 1st performance: by Dance Advance, at the Adeline Genee Theatre, East Grinstead, September 1984

 

music for chromasone

"Mix 291"
multi-media performance with live video by Rosa Freitas and Jane Hodge, 291 Gallery, Hackney, London, August 2000

"Concerto for Chromasone and Orchestra"
Commissioned by the Leicester Symphony Orchestra with funds provided by the National Lottery. 1st Performance: De Montfort Hall, Leicester, 14 November 1998

"Les Astronautes / Un Chien Andalou"
Accompaniment to the above films. Commissioned with funds provided by The National Lottery. 1st Performance: QEH, South Bank, London, 15 January 1998

"Permission"
1st performance: Neue Nationalle Gallerie, Berlin, 14 March 1997, in Berlin Biennalle Festival

"Akkumulator"
Interactive work for Chromasone, MetaTrumpet and Percussion , commissioned by Metanoia 1st Performance: Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival, 22 Nov 1996

"Sidewinder"
1st performance: Walter Fabeck at Lilyan Bayliss theatre, London, June 1995

"Vuurtoren"
1st performance: Walter Fabeck at STEIM, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, May 1994.

"Strange Attractors"
1st Performance: Walter Fabeck at Paradox, Tilburg, The Netherlands, November 1993

 

music for television, film & video

"LMX Spiral"
Music for a film by Richard Wright, commissioned by C4 television & the Arts Council of Great Britain 1st broadcast: Channel 4 TV, 2 Feb 1999

"Heliocentrum"
Music for a computer animation, produced by Richard Wright and Jason White, commissioned by C4 Television and the Arts Council of Great Britain 1st transmission: Channel 4 TV, 5 July 1995

"Superanimism"
Electro-acoustic music for a computer graphic animation, devised by Richard Wright and Jason White at CASCAAD (Centre for Advanced Studies in Computer Aided Art and Design). Various screenings at Video and Animation festivals, including the London Film Festival (December 1991)

"Scala"
Original music for a Cable London TV production, directed by Michael Clifford. 1st transmission: Cable London, February 1991

"Gawain and the Green Knight"
Music for a Thames TV Production, directed by John Michael Phillips. 1st transmission: I.T.V. network, January 1991

"Smettertraum"
Electronic music for a choreographic video, directed by Michio Haradar. 1st screening: Bijou Theatre, Wardour Street, London, July 1990

 

music for concert performance

"Sidereal Moments"
for Solo Guitar 1st Performance by Flavio Matani, Burgh House, Hampstead, May 2001

"Decade of Thrills"
for Clarinet, Soprano/Alto Sax., Keyboards, Cello, Percussion, Accordion and Sequencer. 1st performance: Nottingham University, February 1993

"Filboid Studge"
for Tango Band (Fl./Alto sax./Vln./Gtr./Pno-Acc.). 1st performance: by Harmonie Band, Phoenix Arts Centre, Leicester, January 1991

"Premises and Conclusion"
for soprano, tenor, string quartet and piano, 3 mobile players and 2-channel tape. Commissioned by Music at Mill House 1st performance: The 1987 Mill House Festival, Aynho, Oxfordshire

"4 Mill House Interludes"
for counter-tenor, five instruments, 2-channel tape and dancer. Commissioned by Music at Mill House, choreographed by Earl Lloyd Hepburn 1st performance: at the 1986 Mill House Festival, Aynho, Oxfordshire

"Heterodyning"
for alto flute and piano (as yet unperformed)

"Circadian 2"
for saxophone quartet and 2 - channel tape. 1st performance: by The Fairer Sax, The City University, London, February 1986

"Deep End"
for clarinet and piano. 1st performance: by Sohrab Uduman and Walter Fabeck, Surrey University, Guildford, June 1984

"Circadian"
for saxophone quartet, percussion, 2-channel tape, dancer and lights. 1st performance: by The Fairer Sax with Music Stage, Purcell Room, London, October 1983

"Ante"
for clarinet/ bass clarinet and 12 - channel computer tape. 1st performance: by Julia Munn, sound diffusion by Walter Fabeck, Place Theatre, London, May 1983

"Sidereal"
for piano, clarinet, guitar and cello. 1st performance by Music Stage, directed by Walter Fabeck, Purcell Room, London, October 1983

"Watkins' Folly 1: Inside the Tower"
for piano, 2 - channel tape and live electronics. 1st performance: Walter Fabeck (piano), at St.John's, Smith Square, London, February 1984

 

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