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Andy MacDonald

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No performances of this piece have been registered on our concert listings service so far.



Audio

Caution to Pedestrians
Soundtrack to a short film using edited foley and Sibelius Sounds Essentials.




Piano Concerto - Mvt IV
The finale and cadenza of my piano concerto.




Elegy
A piece composed after my uncle passed away. For strings and harp, approx. 5:30




A Jovial Romp for Two Pianos
Recording features Sibelius grand piano, approximately 2:30.




Piano Concerto Mvt I
Originally intended as a slow first movement, slowly transformed into something more dramatic. Using Sibelius Essentials VST.




Toccata and Fugue for Organ
Approx. 5 minutes




Piano Concerto Mvt III
The slow third movement from my piano concerto. Approx. 7 minutes




Piano Concerto Mvt II
Second movement of my piano concerto, approx. 8 minutes




Raphael's Song
Part I of the [Songs of the Archangels] cycle. Uses Sibelius Essentials, as well as my voice.




Gabriel's Song
Part II of Songs of the Archangels. Here a voice of a friend of mine, and Sibelius Essentials.




Michael's Song
Part III of [Songs of the Archangels], here we have my voice accompanied by Sibelius Essentials.




The Angel's Chorus
The finale of [Songs of the Archangels], sung by me (tenor and baritone) and a friend singing mezzo.




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