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SALLY BEAMISH

The London-born composer Sally Beamish has, since 1989, centred her career in Scotland. Trained as a violinist and viola player, she has drawn on Scottish sources, notably in her oboe concerto Tam Lin and her piano trio Piobaireachd. Her compositions include concertos for violin and for viola, and chamber music for varied ensembles. Her songs draw on an eclectic series of texts, from Emily Dickinson to Robert Burns, and her Magnificat intersperses poems by Elizabeth Jennings.

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BEAMISH: Imagined Sound of Sun on Stone (The) BIS
BIS-CD-1161
Orchestral
BEAMISH: Works for Cello and Piano BIS
BIS-CD-1171
Chamber Music, Instrumental, Chamber Music

Role: Classical Composer 
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