Photos

1. Click HERE to see Rebecca's cat Koshka enjoying the comfort of a garden waste bin.

String Quartet Music

1. Click HERE to see the score of the "POLKA" polka, a composition for string quartet completed in March 2017, with later revisions inserted in August 2018.
Click HERE for violin I part, HERE for violin II part, HERE for viola part, HERE for cello part, HERE for score and parts together.
Click HERE or HERE for an electronic performance (i.e. a 'performance' consisting of musical sounds generated by the computer).
The name POLKA comes from the initials of the players constituting the quartet the piece was written for : Patricia Samson (viola), Oliver Penrose (cello), Liz Wallis (2nd violin), Kathryn McNab (1st violin)

2. Click HERE to see the score of "Rainbow Fugue" for string quartet, started in November 2001 and completed in June 2016.
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HERE for violin I part, HERE for violin II part, HERE for viola part, HERE for cello part, HERE for score and parts together.
Click HERE for an electronic performance
Click HERE for some information about this work.

Violin and Piano music

1.Click HERE to see the score of "Summer song" for violin and piano, completed in January 2016, and HERE for the violin part.

2.Click HERE to see the score of "Romance" for violin and piano, completed in 1986 or 1987, HERE for the violin part, and HERE for an electronic performance.

3.Click HERE to see the score of the first movement of a sonata for violin and piano, completed in 1967, HERE for the score of the second movement,
HERE for the violin part of the first movement and HERE for the violin part of the second movement.
Click HERE for an electronic performance of the first movement and HERE for an electronic performance of the second movement.
Click HERE for some information about this work.

Songs

1. Click HERE to see the score of "Invitation to a voyage" completed some time around 1990

2. Click HERE to see the score of "Those little white flowers" completed some time around 1990

How to print this

If you want to print any of the music you see on the screen, you need to down-load the relevant file; this can be done by right-clicking on the music score and choosing the "save as" option in the resulting menu.

Most of the scores on this web site were written using MuseScore software; the rest used Lilypond software. The electronic performances also use MuseScore.