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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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04 January 2015, Article
What are Evanescences?
The 'Three Evanescences' were uploaded before Christmas.  They are scored for keyboard(s) and/or other instruments.  The recording uploaded with the score is of piano. Evancesence is the derivative noun of evanescent, the dictionary ...
18 December 2014, Article
Sometimes the easiest-looking pieces are the hardest to perform
Matrices  by UK composer Paul Burnell was composed in 2013. At first sight this seven-movement collection of short pieces for piano, almost entirely comprised of breve chords, appears very simple.  This may be true in terms of technique, ...