By Sarah J Coles
Chamber music with a jazz influence, for flute, clarinet, violin, cello, and piano.
Written for the Manotick Brass Quintet.
I CAN'T COUNT THE TEARS
Soprano and clarinet.
Text by the composer.
THE SKY REMAINS THE SAME
On the theme of resettlement, and home.
ON GREEN LAKE
For concert band.
Premiered at the University of Windsor,
CMC score reading session.
THE OLD CASTLE
A three movement work for young pianists. Premiered at ACWC piano concert, Conrad Grebel Chapel, University of Waterloo.
Saxophone quartet SATB.
Based on the idea of satellites in space communicating through their sounds.
Grade 3 level concert band piece with a lively main theme, and contrasting slow theme.
Performed as part of the CMC/OBA Score Reading Session, London, March 2016
THE JEWEL OF WILMOT
SA choral setting for young choir depicting the history of the Castle Kilbride.
SATB choral work depicting the composer’s desire to be near the ocean.
‘I’ is the only word in the piece, the rest of the vocalizations being ocean sounds.
SATB choral setting of the text by James Agee. Premiered in 2008 by the University of Waterloo Chamber Choir.
A challenging piano solo
Available in the store!
Flute choir work for 2 picc, 5 flute, alto, and bass flutes. Features simple parts for beginning flutists with an overall dreamlike, minimalist effect.
Work for flute and piano in 5/4 time that cycles through the keys.
Quick march for band with fairly simple parts, especially for percussion.
ST. BARBARA MARCH
Slow march for band names after the patron saint of the artillery.
PRAIRIE SUMMER NIGHTS
Saxophone quartet SATB depicting a thunderstorm crossing the hot prairie on a summer evening, with light rain and flashes of lightning. Delightful weather to experience! The music aims to recount the mood and feelings of this event. Premiered at the "Night of 1000 Saxophones" in May 1998 at Central Washington University. Also published through Dorn Publications.
Orchestral work that recounts the emotional journey of giving birth. Approximately six minutes long.