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Treeness was composed for the Taiwanese viola player HengChing Fang and the organist and pianist Daniel Gordon. These two musicians are closely associated with the Music Department at Leeds University. HengChing Fang is currently a PhD research student at the University of Leeds under Prof. Clive Brown. As a violist of the LUCHIP String Quartet, her area of research is performing practices of string instruments from late nineteenth century to the present day, and focuses particularly on the analysis of performing styles of Joseph Joachim, Lionel Tertis and William Primrose. Daniel Gordon is an experienced accompanist and repetiteur for Leeds University Music
Department. He is also a specialist on the chamber organ with a particular interest in English organ music of the 16 and 17C. Find out more about Ching and Daniel here. You can also listen to the performance here.


Treeness study score [pdf] Part [pdf]
Treeness reference recording [mp3]
Symbolic Composer score files [zip]

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