A musically serious piece which depicts a humorous story of an innocent trout living in an aquarium under the hungry eyes of two cats. Who will get the upper paw?
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Guest on “Moveable Do” Podcast!
“This week, Hawaii-based composer Chris Fraley discusses how his background as a math and science wiz influences his love for counterpoint. Featured in this episode: Eire’s Call, The Plains, Hine Ma Tov, and the premiere of the recording of A Light Exists In Spring. Plus, experimentations with Just Intonation.”
For more information about any of the featured pieces, click below:
- Eire’s Call (Tone Poem No. 3)
- The Plains (SATB)
- Hine ma tov (SATB, SATB & Piano, SAA & Piano)
- A Light exists in Spring (SATB)
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A Random Sampler
Written for a small church choir which was light on tenor and bass voices. While easy for the choir to learn and sing, there is a lot of musical interest, including the counterpoint in the piano and a cleverly hidden modulation towards the end of the music. Appropriate for baptism or Eastertide.Anthem, Baptism, Eastertide, English, Piano, Sacred, SATB