Bells in the Rain (soprano and cello) (2012)
About Bells in the Rain
This setting of Elinor Wylie's emotional poem concentrates two key emotive elements: the bells and the rain, both of which are important concepts throughout the music. Constant falling motifs in the accompaniment work alongside the soprano's carefully crafted lines as the rain storm gains strength and later fades as the piece progresses. Bell-like clusters punctuate the texture, while the music continues with a slightly uneasy edge as the listener is left to contemplate where the tale will turn to next.
This version is for soprano and 'cello. It contains the score and parts.
About Jenni Pinock
Jenni is a composer, teacher and arranger based in Cambridgeshire, UK. She studied at Kingston University (BMus) and Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance (MMus), and has had her music performed by a variety of ensembles across the UK and Europe. For more information please see her website jennipinnock.com.