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Tallis' Light
Tallis' LightRory Boyle
00:00 / 02:12

Scored for Brass Quintet and Organ and commissioned by the John Armitage Memorial in 2011.

Burble for solo clarinet
BurbleRory Boyle
00:00 / 01:14

Commissioned by Fraser Langton

String Quartet No 2
String Quartet No 2Rory Boyle
00:00 / 01:30

Commissioned by the Cumnock Tryst for the Edinburgh Quartet in 2017.

Muckle Flugga
Muckle FluggaRory Boyle
00:00 / 01:38
O Sacrum Convivium
O Sacrum ConviviumRory Boyle
00:00 / 01:33

Motet for double choir commissioned by St Giles Cathedral, Edinburgh in 2015.

ReelingRory Boyle
00:00 / 01:10

Written for James Willshire

Et Viola
Et ViolaRory Boyle
00:00 / 01:45

A work for solo viola written for Garth Knox in 2016

Written as the Test Piece for the European Brass Band Championships in 2014.

Di tre re e io
Watching Over You
Watching Over YouRory Boyle
00:00 / 01:32

An excerpt from the song cycle "Watching Over You," setting a specially-written set of poems by Dilys Rose, for Scottish Mezzo Soprano Karen Cargill and the Red Note Ensemble. The seven songs tell, in honest first-person detail, of the joys and trials of early motherhood. 

4 Ways To Play Reels (1st Mvt)
4 Ways To Play Reels (1st Mvt)Rory Boyle
00:00 / 02:02

Written for the Haffner Ensemble, each of the four movements describes a different definition of the word "reel".

That Blessed Wood
That Blessed WoodRory Boyle
00:00 / 02:00

Commissioned by Camerata Scotland and written for David Hubbard, principal bassoon of the Royal Scottish National Orchestra.

Di tre re e ioRory Boyle
00:00 / 02:02

Trio for Clarinet, Viola and Piano based on themes from Honegger's powerful 5th Symphony and written in 2015 for Fraser Langton, James Willshire and Rosie Ventris.

Songs From the Marshes (Song 1)
Songs From the Marshes (Song 1)Rory Boyle
00:00 / 01:25

Settings of 5 lyrical texts by Claudia Daventry and premiered by the BBC Singers at the 2018 Jam On The Marsh Festival

Trio Notturno
Trio NotturnoRory Boyle
00:00 / 01:02

Commissioned by Trio Anima and premiered in St. John's, Smith Square in 2017

Three Faces in the Crowd
Three Faces in the CrowdRory Boyle
00:00 / 02:02

Commissioned by the Rembrandt Piano Trio, the 3 movements represent the imagined characteristics of three figures in Rembrandt's famous painting "The Night Watch".

SorellaRory Boyle
00:00 / 01:58

Written for the oboist Nicholas Daniel in 2002 and premiered by him with the Scottish Chamber Orchestra conducted by Edward Gardner in 2007.

Capriccio for Orchestra
Capriccio for OrchestraRory Boyle
00:00 / 01:20

Capriccio, commissioned by the National Youth Orchestra of Scotland and performed at the 1998 London Proms conducted by Junichi Hirokami.

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