Karen McAulay, PhD 001My 2016 CV (Uploaded 19 January 2017).

I looked back on my part-time doctoral studies for Professor Pat Thomson’s blog, Patter. You can read the posting here:

The part-time doctorate: no glory in the Ph without the D (posted 2016-06-16)

MY MUSICAL ARRANGEMENTS: I love making arrangements for choir or small ensembles. In the past couple of years, I’ve arranged Scottish and other tunes for saxophone quartet, cello quartet, church choir, and other groupings.   In 2014, I arranged  ‘Come Holy Ghost’ – an early 18th century Scottish tune (The Bonny Scot) set to the words of a metrical psalm for vocal trio.  It’ll be performed at church in a couple of weeks’ time.

I’ve just arranged an 18th century fiddle reel by Joshua Campbell – “Beautifull Glasgow” was originally for violin and cello, but my setting is for flute quartet (with pizzicato cello for added “bite”!)  – see what you think…

Most of my settings are uploaded to SoundCloud. It’s taken directly from my Finale Songwriter software, which explains the computer sound!  Click HERE.

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A blog commenced when I signed up to the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland Teaching Artist short course, Spring 2014

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