Large Ensemble

(2 concerts in Mexico, March 2009)

Anna Maria Friman (soprano) - programme 1 only; John Potter (tenor);
Gavin Bryars (bass); Nick Barr (viola); Morgan Goff (viola), Nick Cooper (cello);
Roger Heaton (clarinet/ bass clarinet); James Woodrow (electric guitar);
Dave Smith (piano, tenor horn); Gérard Lecointe (percussion); Bob Burnell (sound)

Concert 1

Lauda 2 "Laude novella" soprano solo
The North Shore (1994) solo viola; ensemble 12'
Lauda 29 "O divina virgo, flore" (2004) soprano, double bass 3'
Lauda 12 "Alto trinita beata" (2003) soprano, tenor, ensemble 4'
Lauda 13 "Stomme allegro" (2003) soprano, tenor, ensemble 4'
Lauda 19 "Omne homo" (2004) soprano, tenor, ensemble 3'
Lauda: The Fower of Friendship (2009) viola, electric guitar, cello, double bass 13'
Lauda 4 “Oi me lasso”  (2002) - soprano, tenor 4'
Lauda 36 "Gloria in cielo" (2008) soprano, tenor, ensemble 4'
(interval c. 20')
Laude Dolçe no. 1  (2007) for solo cello and ensemble 6'
Adnan Songbook (1996) soprano and ensemble 25'
Lauda 28 Amor dolce sença pare (2005) soprano, tenor, ensemble 6'

Concert 2 (without Anna Maria Friman) - including The Sinking of the Titanic

Lauda  (con sordino) (2004) solo viola, electric guitar, vibraphone, piano 10'
Lauda 27 “Laude vollio per amore”  (2004) - tenor plus strings 3'
from Irish Madrigals (2004-2007) Petrarch, trans JM Synge – tenor and ensemble 14'
- “He wishes he might die and follow Laura”
- “The sight of Laura’s house reminds him of the great happiness he has lost”
- “He sends his rhymes to the tomb of Laura to pray her to call him to her”
- “Laura waits for him in Heaven”
Lauda Dolçe no. 3 (2007) solo cello, electric guitar, violas, double bass 6'
Lauda 36 “L’alto prince archangelo” (2008) – tenor plus ensemble 4'
 (interval c.20')
The Sinking of the Titanic (1969-) ensemble 40'