The more I look, the more musical typos I see, whoops, where are the good publishers when you need them? :-) In any case here is a bit of fun for wind quintet and harp.
Three Movements for Choreography, the demo recording (thanks to the generosity of the Gurnemanz Foundation / Portman Project) and the wonderful players in Brno and Adrian here in Bavaria.
Flute: Izabela Brodová
Oboe: Veronika Faglicová
Clarinet: Pavel Zlámal
Horn: Adrian Hitchborn
Bassoon: Petr Sedlák
Harp: Pavla Kopecká
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First performed by Seann Trull and friends at Juilliard and mostly recorded in Brno with Jan Košulič at Nahrávací studio Divadla na Orlí and finished with the help of Reinhold Binder at Barbeq Sound in Traubing.

At the premiere of Weltstadt II at the Liverpool Philharmonic Hall as part of Solo Trumpeter Brendan Ball's recital "Not Just a Trumpet!", Composer and film maker Anthony G Morris introduces his piece to the audience.

NOTE: This excerpt does not contain the performance itself. The production is contained in a separate video that you can see here also.

MORRIS: WELTSTADT II - Soloist: Brendan Ball 4K from Anthony Gustav Morris on Vimeo.

Anthony Gustav Morris: NODUS I Fanfare for 8 Trumpets and Percussion from Anthony Gustav Morris on Vimeo.

NODUS II - Fanfare for 7 Trumpets and Percussion
Aneel Soomary - Trumpets
Michael Hunt, Sarah Belham - Percussion
Anthony G Morris - Composer

One of a series of fanfares for brass and percussion that are incredibly difficult to play. Many thanks to the amazing Aneel Soomary for swiftly managing the 7 trumpet parts.

The video is a drive from down the hill Asolo to up the hill Asolo in the Veneto region of Italy.
More information on www.agm.wtf

Music for a student project.

Choreographer: Cornelia Voglmayr
Performers: Anna Borras and Joe Garbett
Composer: Anthony Gustav Morris agmdigital.com
Violin : Kiril Kobantschenko
Viola : Aurore Cany
Cello : Florian Eggner
Vibraphone: Flip Phillip
contact: corneliavoglmayr@yahoo.de
© 2013 Cornelia Voglmayr - Anthony Gustav Morris all rights reserved

EXCERPT I - The demo recording of the ballet score "RICH BITCH" - Vienna Classical Players conducted by Martin Kerschbaum 25th March 2011 in the Konzerthaus Studio (Tonzauber) by Georg Burdicek.

Many thanks to the orchestra for rushing through everything in one session and to Karl Slavik for wielding my camera around so expertly.

There is ample explanation about the choice of title and other interesting aspects of this piece on the website www.agm.wtf :-)

EXCERPT II - The demo recording of the ballet score "RICH BITCH" - Vienna Classical Players conducted by Martin Kerschbaum 25th March 2011 in the Konzerthaus Studio (Tonzauber) by Georg Burdicek.
Many thanks to the orchestra for rushing through everything in one session and to Karl Slavik for wielding my camera around so expertly.
There is ample explanation about the choice of title and other interesting aspects of this piece on the website agm.wtf :-)

Anthony Gustav Morris - RICH BITCH - ambiguous duplicity - HOTEL - excerpt III from Anthony Gustav Morris on Vimeo.

PLEASE USE THE SUBTITLES (you will understand why).

From a concert in Bischofshofen Austria. The brief was to provide an entertaining piece that gave the players also a bit of a rest in a very heavy concert program. Emphasis being on entertainment and also something that these guys could almost sight-read. Seeing as Jon Sass is one of the best known Tuba soloists worldwide and Dietmar Küblböck being solo trombone player of the Vienna Philharmonic and his colleague Thomas Lechner being also a soloist in the same orchestra I did make it a bit difficult to sightread not wanting to insult their expertise. Dietmar got the giggles I believe half way through mostly at Jon telling a joke in his non-native tongue about bigamy in a Catholic church. Not exactly serious art but we had some fun. Sorry about the impromptu recording quality and lack of lighting for the video.

NOW WITH ENGLISH SUBTITLES that seem OK! Other languages by Google :-)

A middle finger to modern music? Actually for kids, there is a version on the website www.agm.wtf/oink without the pig, so kids can learn the part (which can also be downloaded).

Aneel Soomary on Trumpet(s), Agnes Wolf on Piano and the composer squeezing latex pork.

Anthony Gustav Morris - In den Wäldern des Lebens from Anthony Gustav Morris on Vimeo.