A Cappella Voice

Colombina (2015) • duration: 6'
The second in a suite of five pieces inspired by characters from the Commedia dell'arte. A delightful miniature for vocal quartet.  
 




Earthspirit (2012) • duration:13'
Chorales, preludes, odes and dances for the pagan solstice. Inspired in part by Ireland's ancient Newgrange monument, Earthspirit is a curious and eclectic setting of The Song of Amergin, the oldest Celtic sacred text.  
three female voices 


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Frammenti del Sappho (2004) • duration: 12'
Breathtakingly beautiful music for five female voices that speaks to the feminine. A minimalist motet—a hymn to sensuality.  
five female voices 


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Madrigals—Book I (2013) • duration: 20'
Inspired by the poetry of Percy Blysse Shelley, the first Book of Madrigals for six voices features five songs: Adonais, The Witch of Atlas, Epipsychidion, The Devil’s Walk and Endymion.  
six female voices 



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Madrigals—Book II (2014) • duration: 20'
The second book of Madrigals features five more songs inspired by the work of Percy Blysse Shelley: Ocean Nymphs, Old Silenus, Twilight Phantasms, Queen Mab and Universal Pan. 
six female voices 



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Shir ha-Shirim (The Song of Songs) (2007) • duration: 30'
A lyrical and sensual evocation of the world's first erotic verse. This piece exists in TWO versions—one for five accappella voices, and one with two narrators (male and female) added who read the Song of Songs over the vocal ensemble. It can be performed in any language and to date has been presented in English, French, Italian and the original Hebrew. 
five female voices with two optional narrators 


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The Holy Visions (2012) • duration: 25'
A Mystery Play in 11 strophes concerning the life, work and philosophy of 12th Century composer, healer and visionary mystic Hildegard von Bingen. With original texts in Latin, it may be presented as a concert work or staged (preferably in a church setting). 
five female voices