Ian D. K. Kelly

Music


Music is the most splendid, seductive, thrilling, magical, a-logical, wild, peaceful,enlightening, calming, exciting, thought-provoking art that I know.

I love "Classical" music, and play the piano, church organ, and recorders. I also was privileged to be the musical director of The Bisley Ladies Choir whom I forced (though never against their will) to sing madrigals, airs from musicals, folk songs, carols, glees and lots more. (For more information see BLC).

When not conducting and singing with the ladies, I used to sing with my (rather eccentric) Male Voice Quartet. It was an eccentric quartet as it had five singers - we joked that we always had one extra to pour the beer. In fact The Acorn Singers were able to sing trios, quartets and quintets of wide-ranging styles. The earliest music we sang was from the fifteenth century: the latest was composed specifically for us.

Some music written or arranged by me:

Name of work

Printable

To listen to

MuseScore

Symphonic movement - Sylvia

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listen to

music

Symphonic movement - Orlanda

read

listen to

music

Symphonic movement - Tricia

read

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music

Symphonic movement - Elsa

read

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music

Symphonic movement - Pamela (incomplete)

read

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music

Fleurette

read

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music

Dare to be Wise

read

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music

Fugue (Early)

read

listen to

music

BLC Anthem

read

listen to

music

In The Beginning

read

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music

No Butterflies, No Bees

read

listen to

music

We're Off to see the Movies

read

listen to

music

Jesus Loves Me

read

listen to

music

Luke 2:1-16

read

listen to

music

Fill Thou My Life

read

listen to

music

Ten Thousand Suns

read

listen to

music

Temperance Medley

read

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music

Mad Dogs and Englishmen

read

listen to

music

Peter Priechenfried, R.I.P.

John Coward, R.I.P.


Phone: +44 (0) 1276 857 599 or e-mail: idkk@idkk.com

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