Anthony Cheung's Orchestral Version of Debussy's Cloches à travers les feuilles, from Images, is Published by Schott
Jul. 15, 2021
Anthony Cheung has created a brilliant new orchestral version of Claude Debussy's Cloches à travers les feuilles which will be available for hire soon from Schott Music worldwide. The work, originally written for piano, is part of Images, a collection of six solo piano compositions by Debussy. Cloches a travers les feuilles was inspired by the bells in a village church's steeple.
Anthony Cheung is also a featured composer at this year's TIME:SPANS festival. On August 27, the Spektral Quartet, Gilles Vonsattel, Miranda Cuckson, Claire Chase, and the composer himself will perform a portrait concert featuring Cheung's music. Works to be performed include All Roads (2018), Elective Memory (2015), and The Real Book of Fake Tunes (2015). The following day, the Talea Ensemble, led by James Baker, perform the US premiere of Anthony Cheung's A line can go anywhere (2019) as part of TIME:SPANS.
(Claire Chase and the Spektral Quartet perform The Real Book of Fake Tunes by Anthony Cheung)
To learn more about Anthony Cheung, visit: psnymusic.com.
Cloches à travers les feuilles (1907)
from Images, Book 2
orchestral version by Anthony Cheung (2021)
pic.2.2.ca.2.2.cbsn-18.104.22.168-timp.2perc(I. vib, tri, sus cym, tam-t, b.d; II. 2 tub bells [G4, B4], 2 sus cym, glsp-cel.2hp-str
Elective Memory (2015)
for violin and piano
The Real Book of Fake Tunes (2015)
for flute (piccolo/flute/alto flute) and string quartet