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Flowing Waters

Duncan Honeybourne, Anna Stokes, James Meldrum, Vicky Crowell, Wai-Yin Lee

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Suite Antique  
1.1
I. Allemande
Luke Whitlock; Duncan Honeybourne
3:21
1.2
II. Courante
Luke Whitlock; Duncan Honeybourne
2:36
1.3
III. Sarabande
Luke Whitlock; Duncan Honeybourne
2:57
1.4
IV. Gavotte
Luke Whitlock; Duncan Honeybourne
2:06
1.5
V. Minuet
Luke Whitlock; Duncan Honeybourne
2:22
1.6
VI. Gigue
Luke Whitlock; Duncan Honeybourne
2:16
1.7
Flowing Waters
Luke Whitlock; Duncan Honeybourne
11:15
Three Pieces for Wind Trio  
1.8
No. 1. As Shadows Fall
Luke Whitlock; Anna Stokes; James Meldrum; Vicky Crowell
5:58
1.9
No. 2. Morning Escapades
Luke Whitlock; Anna Stokes; James Meldrum; Vicky Crowell
4:02
1.10
No. 3. The Midnight Journey
Luke Whitlock; Anna Stokes; James Meldrum; Vicky Crowell
6:52
1.11
Evening Prayer
Luke Whitlock; Duncan Honeybourne
5:32
Flute Sonata  
1.12
I. Passionately, and with vigour
Luke Whitlock; Anna Stokes; Wai-Yin Lee
6:32
1.13
II. Slow, with much expression
Luke Whitlock; Anna Stokes; Wai-Yin Lee
6:58
1.14
III. Quickly, with much movement
Luke Whitlock; Anna Stokes; Wai-Yin Lee
3:59
1.15
The Faust and Mephisto Waltz
Luke Whitlock; Duncan Honeybourne
5:24
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    72:10
On this debut recording of works by British composer Luke Whitlock, pianist Duncan Honeybourne performs solo piano repertoire ranging from Whitlock's survey of 18th century Suite form to two picture pieces and a lively, witty and sparkling waltz. Honeybourne is also joined by flutist Anna Stokes, pianist Wai-Yin Lee, clarinetist James Meldrum and bassoonist Vicky Crowell on two chamber pieces that complete the programme. Whitlock's music is firmly rooted in traditional harmonies and tonal bases, both lyrical and expressive, definitively neo-Romantic and of appeal to a wide audience.
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Divine Art Studio Masters

Wind Trio recorded 8th June 2014 at Acapela Studio Engineers: Joe Marvelly and Lee House Flute Sonata recorded 6th July 2014 at Acapela Studio Engineers: Joe Marvelly and Lee House Solo piano works recorded 20th September 2014 & 31st January 2015 at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama (Dora Stoutzker Concert Hall) Engineer: Mike Frost Executive Producer: Luke Whitlock Mastering: Gethin John, Hafod Mastering Front and back cover photographs: Nicky Whitlock © 2014 Other photographs of Luke Whitlock: Amanda Moseley © 2014 Page 9 photograph of Duncan Honeybourne: Greg Cameron-Day FRPS © 2014 Page 9 photograph of Anna Stokes: S L Chai © 2014 Photograph of Duncan Honeybourne at the piano at the RWCMD: Charlotte Smallwood © 2015 Programme notes by Luke Whitlock © 2015

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