Woodwind Quintet No. 1 is a charming, upbeat work in a loose rondo form.
“Fraley writes awesome music! You really must hear it!”
Agnus Dei performance Saturday, 10 Oct.–The Cascadian Chorale will present the Agnus Dei as part of the Seattle Sings choral festival. Be there by 4pm on October 10th, 2015 to hear angelic music at St. Mark’s Episcopal cathedral. [...]
“Conversations” Book Release(May 2, 2015)Dr. Peter Farkas Wolf, the teacher who taught me composition, has just released a new book, Conversations with a Composer. [...]
New Website Design(March 27, 2015)Welcome to the new Fraley Music website! I hope you will find the new layout easier to read on all of your devices, easier to find music that interests you, and far more engaging. If you encounter any issues, or wish to leave me some feedback [...]
“Welcome Home” CD Release(March 7, 2015)The Cascadian Chorale just released a new CD titled “Welcome Home” which include the Agnus Dei from Missa Brevis, along with other recording premieres, including Giselle Wyer’s Lantern Voice, Bern Herbolsheimer’s Love Letters, and Jeremy King’s A Red, Red Rose. [...]
Christmas Service Music 24 Dec.–Join me at Holy Cross Episcopal in Redmond for our Christmas Eve service, 24-Dec-2014. Special music starts at 10:30pm, where we will premiere an arrangement of I Wonder As I Wander for violin and cello. [...]
Cascadian Chorale Concert: 13, 14 Dec.–Cascadian Chorale to perform Let Us Be Merry and premiere Let All Mortal Flesh Keep Silence 13- and 14-Dec-2014. [...]
Master Chorus Eastside Concert: 6, 14 Dec.–Let Us Be Merry will be performed on 6-Dec-2014 and 14-Dec-2014 by Master Chorus Eastside. This Christmas carol is based on William Billings’ setting of A Virgin Unspotted originally published 1778. [...]
An End is a multi-movement a capella SSATBB setting of Christina Rossetti’s poem by the same name. I was captivated by a literal interpretation of this poem: the tragic death of a baby born in Spring, and the awful emotional turmoil for those left behind. The music I wrote explores the complex facets of such a loss.a capella, Christina Rossetti, SATB, SSATBB
Conversations with a Composer is an insightful exploration into the mind of a composer and respected composition teacher. It is also a delightful, easy-to-read, intriguing book for music lovers, wannabe composers, professional musicians, or newcomers to the appreciation of music.