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Sheet music for Rhian Samuel
Composed by Rhian Samuel. String music. Published by Stainer & Bell Ltd. (ST.Y182).
Clarinet, viola and piano
Composed by Rhian Samuel. Chamber music. Published by Stainer & Bell Ltd. (ST.Y179).
Oboe and piano
Composed by Rhian Samuel. Wind & brass music. Published by Stainer & Bell Ltd. (ST.AC150).
Medium Voice, Flute, Harp & String Quartet
Composed by Rhian Samuel. Songs. Published by Stainer & Bell Ltd. (ST.Y292).
Voice & String Quartet
Composed by Rhian Samuel. Miscellaneous Chamber. 2 scores and set of parts. Published by Stainer & Bell Ltd. (ST.Y296).
String Quartet & Percussion
Composed by Rhian Samuel. Miscellaneous Chamber. Published by Stainer & Bell Ltd. (ST.Y298).
- The Hare in the Moon (1977) for voice & piano or voice, marimba, vibraphone & double-bass
- Elegy-Symphony (1981) for orchestra
- La Belle Dame Sans Merci (1983) for chorus & orchestra
- Before Dawn (1989) for soprano & orchestra
- The White Amaryllis (1991) for orchestra
- Clytemnaestra (1994) for soprano & orchestra
- Daughters’ Letters (1996) for soprano & ensemble
- Dawnsiau’r Nant/Dances of the Stream (1999) for orchestra
- Tirluniau/Landscapes (2000) for orchestra
- 5 Miniatures (2001) for piano quintet
- Time out of Time (2002) for piano
- Tin Soldier (2002) for cello
- Light and Water (2003) for piano quartet
- A Garland for Anne (2003) for piano
- Gaslight Square I (2005) for piano
- Gaslight Square II (2005) for piano duo
- Trinity (2005) for soprano, flute & piano
Samuel’s music is published by Stainer & Bell.
Rhian Samuel is slowly building a name for herself as a composer of considerable sensitivity. She studied at Reading University in England to where, after 16 years in the US (studying at Washington Univ. and teaching at the St Louis Conservatory), she returned to teach in 1984. She is currently Professor of Music at the City University in London.
She has maintained her connections with her Welsh homeland with a series of orchestral works for the BBC National Orchestra of Wales. Her works include vocal, chamber and instrumental pieces, an Elegy-Symphony written in the USA and premiered by Slatkin in St Louis and jointly won the ASCAP/Rudolph Nissim Prize for her choral-and-orchestral work “La Belle Dame Sans Merci” in 1983. She was also co-editor of the New Grove/Norton Dictionary of Women Composers (1994).