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‘Water Bubbling’ for chamber organ (2006)

In Program Notes on June 6, 2009 at 12:50 pm

Several motifs from the ‘Water Music’ appear in this work, which seems to illustrate many water ‘features’, not just bubbling, but flowing, cascading, freezing, evaporating, drenching…

The music is one of eight brand new works selected from the 98 international entries to the Handel-Inspired Composition Competition, played on the 1998 chamber organ (one manual, no pedals) by Goetze and Gwynn, a reproduction of a mid-eighteenth century instrument owned by Charles Jennens (‘librettist’ of Messiah), commissioned by the Handel House Museum.
Paul Ayres

The beginning of this piece [0:29] mp3 Just a moment
music.png Music of e-book with complete audio file
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