Alan Edward Williams

Composer/ cyfansoddwr

Chamber music and solo pieces

  • A Bridge Between Heaven and Earth for String quartet. Commissioned by the Hungarian Unitarian Church, Kolozsvár/ Cluj, Romania, to celebrate the 450th anniversary of the Edict of Torda in 1568. Premiered by the Concordia String Quartet January 2018.
  • l’hoquet rebelle for piccolo, flute and alto flute  l’hoquet rebelle score / audio 
  • Centre/Periphery – for solo cimbalom, recorded soundscape and digital delay pedal (with Brendan Williams), premiered by Tim Williams, Alte Schmiede, June 2nd 2012. Demo available 
  • Piano Pieces: premiered by Richard Casey at Chopin Conservatoire, Paris, Feb. 2012
  • Trois Formes en écume  for solo Kingma system alto flute (2011)
  • Bog Bodies for flute, clarinet, piano, peformed by Grupo Novo da UNIRIO (GNU), Rio de Janeiro, and by NYOS Futures, 2010 (10 min)
  • Soninho do Brasil, perf. Stillman String Quartet, commissioned by the NW Composers’ Association Peel Hall Salford, March 2006, subsequently performed by the Berán String Quartet in 2006 and by the Voxare String Quartet in 2011, (12 min)
  • Scenes from Ordinary Days, Violin Duo, Premiered by James Cuddeford and Natsuko Yoshimoto (violins). Subsequently performed in Coorparoo, Queensland, November 2007, and also in Eckhardt-Gramatté Hall, Calgary, Canada, by Edmond Agopian and Adriana Lebedovich January, 2008 (14min)
  • Adjunk Hálát Mindnyájan for violin, cello, clarinet and piano. Perf. Psappha, Cheltenham International Festival, 1998 (25 min)
  • Jazz Disasters, perf. David Childs (euphonium) and John Wilson (piano) Bridgewater Hall, Manchester, 2004 (8 min)
  • Birdbrains for clarinet and cello. Edinburgh Fringe Festival: Random Access Ensemble (2004)
  • Entropy Games for Piano, 2002, (10 min)

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