Piano music by Graham Lynch

The piano music of Graham Lynch, if you haven't listened to it yet, is in our opinion truly beautiful, romantic, hypnotic and even haunting in quality. We encourage you to consider including one of his pieces in your programmes for the competition (currently listed in the contemporary category of our repertoire lists).  Collaborating with Graham is an honour; his music has been performed, broadcast and recorded in over thirty countries across the world, and his CD of piano music "Undiscovered Islands" was released in 2009 by Tonos Music in Germany. 
 
Graham has given us an exhaustive list of his piano music, which we have set out below. Some pieces have an indication of difficulty/ease next to them. If you want any more information on the pieces or to receive a PDF of the score directly, just send Graham a message at http://www.grahamlynch.eu/contact_page.php?page=8, and he will send the music to you by email. He is happy to answer any questions competitors may have.
 

To read more about Graham, please visit his website: 
http://www.grahamlynch.eu/index.php?page=1
 
Here is a full list of Graham's piano music:
 
White Book 1:
Vanishing Pathways (more challenging)
Hamamet
Night Garden (difficult)
Wave Break (difficult)
The Emperor's Field (easier)
Midsummer Reds
The Delight of Arrival (more challenging)
 
White Book 2:
Undiscovered Islands (difficult)
Night Journey to Cordoba
Dragon
Inner Moon
The Sadness of the King (more challenging)
Toques
 
Petenera:
Bell (easier)
The Six Strings (easier)
Dance
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