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Paul Burnell

Welcome to this music site for Paul Burnell.  Here you can find sheet music, blog articles and some recordings relating to this UK-based composer.

Paul Burnell was born in 1960, Ystrad, South Wales and now lives and writes in London.  Albums include 'Leaving the Party on Pluto', 'Good to Go', 'Sticking with Childish Things', 'Face Each Aged Ache'  'Cabbage Heads', 'Accompanied Readings Vol. 1' and 'Acute Suites'.  The album 'It May Have Been' with pianist James Bacon was released in 2016, and 'Accompanied Readings Vol. 2' is due in 2017/2018.

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The Time Machine (Excerpts), an Accompanied Reading, for ensemble and narrator
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The Horla (Excerpt), an Accompanied Reading, for percussion and narrator
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28 августа 2017, Статья
'And She Flew' in concert
Jillian Bain Christie, Rosie Bergonzi, Catherine Herriott are performing at Morley College in October.   ' And She Flew' is included in the programme. The music is available from Musicaneo. ‘And She Flew’ was composed by Paul Burnell in 2006 ...
03 июля 2017, Статья
Upcoming performances by CoMA Ensembles in July 2017
The CoMA Bolton and Salford ensemble, conductor Stuart Hazleton, are performing two pieces by Paul Burnell as part of the Music for Youth National Festival at the CBSO Centre, Birmingham, UK on 6 July 2017 at 17:15. The fifty-strong youth ensemble ...