Ripples I

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Commissioned By: Ong Teng Cheong Concert 2004

Premiere: Nanyang Academic of Fine Arts musicians (2004)

Instrumentation: Glockenspiel, Marimba, 2 Vibraphones & 2 Pianos

The music depicts the sounds of ripples, rain and water.

Ripples II

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Premiere: Albert Lin (2004)

Instrumentation: Piano

Based on Ripples I (for Mallets and 2 Pianos), Ripples II describes the beauty of rain, water and waves.

Romance

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Premiere: Wang Tong and Timothy Koh (2003)

Instrumentation: Flute and Piano

In the style of late 19th century solo work.

Sang Nila

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Commissioned By: West Winds (Singapore) with funds from Singapore National Arts Council.

Premiere: West winds, Choirs of Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts, Amadeus and Victoria Junior College (2005)

Instrumentation: Full Wind Ensemble, 10 Percussionists and Chorus

Sang Nila is a musical tribute to the man who gave Singapore its name. The music explores the beauty of Gamelan music, and the ethnic voices in traditional style.

Sapu Tagan

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Language: Malay

Sapu Tagan is a rearrangement of a Singaporean folk song of the 2nd world war period. The song depicts a village girl’s longing for her lover during the war. Available Scores: SATB

Singaporean Folk Song Arrangement Series 1

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Language: Malay

This is a medley of 3 very popular Singaporean folk songs: Geylang Sipaku Geylang, Ikan Kekek and Chan Mali Chan. Available Scores: SSA and SAB

Singaporean Folk Song Arrangement Series 2

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Language: Malay

This is a medley of 3 very popular Singaporean folk songs: Potong Bebek Angsa, Di Tanjong Katong and Geylang Sipaku Geylang. Available Scores: SATB with piano accompaniment, SA with piano accompaniment, SAB with piano accompaniment

Singaporean Folk Song Arrangement Series 3

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Language: Malay

This is a medley of 3 very popular Singaporean folk songs: Nona, Nona and Bengawan Solo and Rasa Sayang. Available Scores: SATB with piano accompaniment, SSA with piano accompaniment, SAB with piano accompaniment

Singaporean Folk Song Arrangement Series 4

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Language: Malay

This is a medley of 3 very popular Singaporean folk songs: Kapor Sireh, Watku Fajar and Tepok Amai Amai. Available Scores: SSA