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Sally Beamish

English composer Sally Beamish (born 1956).
Her orchestral output is considerable and includes two symphonies and a large number of concertos: besides three viola concertos she has written works for violin, cello, oboe, saxophone, trumpet, percussion, flute and accordion. Two discs of orchestral music have already been released on the BIS label. A third disc, of cello music, ‘Bridging the Day’ was released in 2001, with Robert Irvine, followed by the string quartets in 2005, with the Emperor Quartet. Beamish was one of the first artists to win a ‘Creative Scotland’ Award from the Scottish Arts Council, which enabled her to develop her oratorio for the 2001 BBC Proms (Knotgrass Elegy: librettist Donald Goodbrand Saunders).

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Stories - Trumpet Concertos
Alongside his celebrated performances of the classical repertory...
In the Stillness
Nova! Nova!: Contemporary Carols from St Catharine's
The two resident choirs of St Catharine's College, Cambridge, an...
Sally Beamish – The Singing
The works on this disc of music by Sally Beamish were composed b...
Beamish: The Seafarer Trio - Debussy: La mer, L. 109
The Eight Sounds
The three composers represented on this disc have all had differ...
Beamish – Orchestral Works
In her own liner notes to this disc, Sally Beamish writes that i...
Spellbound - Sharon Bezaly
BBC Music Magazine: 5 stars; Penguin Guide: 3 stars.
Beamish - The Imagined Sound of Sun on Stone
Music Web International: outstanding; Penguin Guide 3 stars.
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