You are listening to Helen Marlais performing "Day Dreaming", from the FJH Publication The Festival Collection, Book 4

Elaine Funaro performs
Suite Espanola” on her CD “Dances With Harpsichords”
(Centaur Records, 2003)

Wassily Kandinsky (1866 — 1944) "Composition VI"



Timothy Brown’s music has been influenced greatly by the Italian film composer Ennio Morricone and also by the composer Luciano Berio. His music is noted for it’s “immediate emotional impact” and it’s roots in the neo-romantic style. His traditional formal structural elements are embedded in his wide array of compositions which includes orchestral, ballet, and chamber works and specifically music written for the piano and pedagogical purposes. He did his undergraduate studies at Bowling Green State University and received his masters degree from the University of North Texas where he studied piano with Adam Wodnicki, and music composition with Newel Kay Brown. He later was a recipient of a research fellowship from the Royal Holloway, University of London where he did his post-graduate studies in music composition and orchestration studying with the English composer, Brian Lock. He later continued his research at the well known “Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia” in Rome, Italy.

His numerous credits as a composer include the first prize at the “Alienor International Harpsichord Competition “ for his harpsichord solo “Suite Espanola”. (Centaur records). He leads a very active career as an exclusive composer for the FJH Music Co. in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida with over one hundred compositions now in print. His works are frequently performed throughout North America and Europe and at numerous international venues such as “The World Piano Pedagogy Conference,” the “Festival Internacional de Musica de Tecla Espanola” and the MTNA national convention. His music has been performed by concert artist Elaine Funaro on National Public Radio , and most recently at the Spoleto Music Festival, and the Library of Congress Concert Series in Washington D.C.

His numerous commissions include the 2007 Hattiesburg composer festival and also a commissioned work by the concert pianist, Helen Marlais. Other commissions include an article by “Clavier Magazine” for his piano solo“ Once Upon a Time” edited by Denes Agay and a recent commission by the Dallas Ballet Foundation to write the orchestral score for the Ballet “The Happy Prince” based on a short story by Oscar Wilde. Mr Brown is currently a fine arts specialist for the Dallas Public Schools and serves on the advisory board of the “Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts” in Dallas, Texas.

Timothy Brown is published by
The FJH Music Company Inc.



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