Works in Progress

Debra Lynn's Compositional Journey


July 2017

Recording Sessions 8-10 Complete!

21 July 2017 This past week, Robert Lynn recorded the 2nd and 3rd movements of "Proxemics," my fiendishly difficult piece for unaccompanied cello.  Lila Hammer and Pamela Haynes also recorded all of "Manchester Sonata" for clarinet and piano. All of... Continue Reading →

7 Recording Sessions Down, 8 to Go!

17 July 2017 We're basically halfway finished with our recording sessions! We've recorded 8 out of 9 choral pieces, 2 handbell arrangements, 1 flute solo (3 movements), and the first movement of "Proxemics" for cello.  Pictured above is Robert Lynn,... Continue Reading →

Flutes and Handbells!

8 July 2017 Recording Session Three is now complete! We had a wonderful recording session with our 11-member ad hoc handbell ensemble (Debra's Ding-A-Lings) and 2 flutists. The session began with Ann Donner playing "Italian Dance Suite," a three-movement piece for... Continue Reading →

Writing for Piano

July 4, 2017 I am painstakingly piecing together piano reductions of my orchestra scores for "A Family Portrait."  My goal is to have all of this done by August 1st.  Although the piano reductions are not intended for performance, they... Continue Reading →

Two Choral Recording Sessions Finished!

3 July 2017 I am very pleased to report that our choral recording sessions have been going very well. A huge thank you to Haley Neilson, Tim Reed, and Grant Ebert for help with the first two sessions. We have... Continue Reading →

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