Orchestral Music / Large ensembles

Without solo instrument


When ?  for oboe, harp and string orchestra (2007). Dreamy and relaxing music. Click to watch and listen on YouTube.

The Race Day  An overture for orchestra (2002)  read more ...

Nervern Cross  for piccolo, string orchestra, bass drum and piano.(2001)

The Pride Parade  for orchestra (DONEMUS 1998)

Hymn  for fanfare orchestra (DONEMUS 1996)

Towards Summer  - forshadowing tableaux - for orchestra (DONEMUS 1994)

Whimsical Turns  for fanfare orchestra (DONEMUS 1993) 

Alternation  for orchestra
(DONEMUS 1992)

Peccadillos  for nine wind instruments (DONEMUS 1991) 

Fantasia  for wind instruments (DONEMUS 1989)

With solo instrument or voice


Concerto for horn and string orchestra  - from the Preseli hills - (1999/2000)

Chant for the Living  for violin and orchestra (1996)

A Trampwoman's Tragedy (after a Honeymoon Time at an Inn) for soprano and orchestra. Poems by Thomas
Hardy. (DONEMUS 1996)

































  Currently working on a work for      saxophone quartet, requested by      the Bron Saxophone Quartet.

  My latest work is "Ritual text      for the afterlife"  for women's          choir and tubular bells.
     Ancient Greek goldplates with      texts - recently  found in graves -      that were carried by the dead on      their journey to afterlife.

  In progress is a work of a much     bigger scale: Blodeuwedd,  a     dance poem for narrator,      singer/reciter, dancer and      ensemble. The poem is by the      Welsh poet Tony Conran.

  Another recent work (2016) is
     O me! O life!
(Walt Whitman) for      choir and string quintet.

  My Guitar sonata (1982) is      now being published by
     Editiones Eudora (Madrid),

  Draaf, Foekje. Draaf!

    Watch the television interview.     (You need to understand Frisian,     though).