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NI 6224

Rory Boyle - A Box of Chatter

The Classical Shop
release date: April 2013

Originally recorded in 2012

Artists:

Royal Conservatoire of Scotland



Venue:

Royal Conservatoire of Scotland



Producer:

Rory Boyle & Heather Nicoll



Record Label
Nimbus

Genre:

Woodwind




Total Time - 51:33
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RORY BOYLE

1 

Fl(ut)ing

4:22
2 

Burble

7:24
3 

Intermezzo

7:05
4 

Reed Talk

6:34
5 

Touch

6:06
6 

Elegy

8:01
   
 

A Box of Chatter

 
7 Gossip 2:39
8 The Pub Bore 3:10
9 Whispering Sweet Nothings 3:29
10 Your Call is Important To Us 2:43
   


The Woodwind Department of the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland is always seeking new musical challenges and has built a strong relationship with our Composition Department, in particular with Lecturer in Composition Rory Boyle. This album celebrates the creative collaborations between Rory and the current students, recent graduates and staff of the Woodwind Department. A feature in all of these works is that Rory has sought not only to challenge the performers technically, but also to explore the rarely exploited beauty and quirks of each woodwind instrument’s unique voice and how they interact together. The result is this enthralling wind ‘chatter’. Heather Nicoll, Head of Woodwind
 
The Scottish composer Rory Boyle was born in Ayr and received his earliest musical education as a chorister at St George’s Chapel, Windsor. He studied composition with Dr Frank Spedding at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama (RSAMD now Royal Conservatoire of Scotland) as well as piano, clarinet, organ and conducting. A Caird Travelling Scholarship enabled him to continue his studies with Lennox Berkeley in London. His list of works covers most genres and he has received commissions from many societies, festivals and organisations including the Cheltenham, Three Choirs’, St Albans, Greenwich and Latvian Contemporary Music Festivals. His music is performed and broadcast widely both in the UK and abroad. He lives in Ayrshire and divides his time between composing and teaching at the RCS. In 2013 Rory was made a Professor of the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland.
 
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