David Solomons

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David Solomono

Life

Born: 12 September 1953

Biography:

David W Solomons is a composer living in Loughborough, United Kingdom. He began making music on violin and guitar and soon advanced into the choral domain, performing in various churches and cathedrals. His current activities include composing for various ensembles and also performing the choral works of other composers multivocally.

He is primarily a tonal composer and proud member of the Delian Society for the promotion of tonal music.

Many of his works are published by Musik Fabrik, and on SheetMusicPlus

e-mail: solomons8  At sign.png  yahoo . co . uk

List of choral works

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Publications

Please see external web links for full lists. Some works include:

  • Pensieri su Klizemer for solo wind instrument, published by Musik Fabrik, France, 2005;
  • The Frostbound Wood (choral SATB), published by Musik Fabrik, France, 2005;
  • Alleyways (choral SSAATTBB), published by Da Capo Music Ltd, UK, 1998;
  • Hoc est enim corpus meum (choral SATB), published by Da Capo Music Ltd, UK, 1995;
  • String Quartet No. 1, published by Da Capo Music Ltd, UK, 1996;
  • The Hubbard Saga (2 choirs and orchestra), published by Musik Fabrik, France, 2004;
  • Pieces of Eight (tuba and euphonium quartet), published by Musik Fabrik, France, 2004;
  • Something for Luck (saxophone or recorder trio), published by Musik Fabrik, France, 2003

External links

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