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Paul Burnell

Paul Burnell was born in 1960, Ystrad, South Wales and now lives and writes in London. His music often utilises relentless repetition and pulse within a structure that can be easily perceived as a process. Sometimes humour and spoken word elements are featured. Works include Glassblowing for Bella Tromba trumpet quartet 2010, Standard Slowly Squared for Contakt Ensemble 2011, and 2 Ping for CoMA Limerick Ensemble 2012.  Latest album is Cabbage Heads  (2013)

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29 June 2014, Article
Three Opaques - for tenor horn in Eb and piano
The 'Three Opaques' were recently performed in London at the Schott Recital Room, with Karen Burnell playing tenor horn in Eb and Derek Foster on piano.  The three movements have a total duration of eight minutes.
20 June 2014, Article
Ragtime - Erwin Schulhoff, from 'Fünf Pittorestken'
Recently uploaded score and parts of an arrangement of an Erwin Schulhoff piece - the second movement of his 'Fünf Pittoresken'.  The original has a tempo marking of Zeitmass Ragtime (ragtime tempo) and shows the influence of jazz styles that was to ...