Douglas Weiland

~ Composer ~


Rapturous reception in Melbourne

The world première of Douglas Weiland’s Fifth Quartet (Op.51, 2012) took place at an invitation-only recital in Kew, Melbourne last week. Coupled with Weiland’s Fourth Quartet (Op.50, 2011), the performances, given by newly-named Melbourne Quartet – William Hennessy & Markiyan Melnychenko, vns, Keith Crellin, va, Michael Dahlenburg, vc – were met with an extraordinary response....
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Weiland’s music receives high honour in Austria

It was announced recently, the complete works of Douglas Weiland are to be held in the Schusterwerkstatt at Brahms Museum, Mürzzuschlag, Austria; the design of eminent Viennese musicologist and pianist, founder: Altenberg Trio Wien, Claus-Christian Schuster.
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Choir of Trinity College Cambridge

The Choir of Trinity College Cambridge, directed by Stephen Layton, are to perform the Agnus Dei from Weiland’s new Westmorland Mass as an Introit at the College Evensong on Tuesday next, 23rd May. The 3-minutes’ music can be heard online via the Chapel webcast tab, below. The service begins at 6:15pm. “Current choral services list” at www.trinitycollegechapel.com/services Evensong,...
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Douglas Weiland tribute to Sir Neville Marriner

A personal tribute from Douglas Weiland “The Punch Bowl, Norfolk: Sunday 2nd October 2016. My thoughts and prayers are with Lady Molly Marriner and Andrew Marriner at this very sombre time, joining as I do the rest of the world of Classical Music in mourning the passing away of the utterly unique person and phenomenon that we all know as Sir Neville Marriner. I can make no attempt to even...
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Weiland Five Selected Motets

Five Selected Motets: H. Baptisme (II), Vere Dominus est, Hush!, Christ hears and At the Inn are published by Fountayne Editions, London. For further information about these works, visit: www.fountayneeditions.co.uk
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