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As Time Passes (2009)
Burton, K. (2009). As Time Passes. [Score]. Edinburgh, Scotland

Scored for a mixed chamber ensemble. In many ways a partner piece to 'Floating Sculptures' in that it is also inspired by the photographic work of Stephen Lawson, however here it alludes to a different photographic technique, by way of a special han... Read More about As Time Passes.

Moon Palace I (2006)
Burton, K. (2006). Moon Palace I. [PDF score]. Edinburgh, Scotland

Moon Palace I takes its title from the novel “Moon Palace” by Paul Auster and is loosely influenced by the following quotation from the novel: "I had jumped off the edge, and then, at the very last moment, something reached out and caught me in... Read More about Moon Palace I.

“Floating sculptures”. (2006)
Burton, K. (2006). “Floating sculptures”. [Score]. Edinburgh, Scotland

The composer's compositional research explores the relationship between music and the visual arts, including photography, architecture and sculpture. "Floating sculptures" was composed as a response to the photographic panoramic collage, "Price at th... Read More about “Floating sculptures”..

Moon Palace II (2005)
Burton, K. (2005). Moon Palace II. [PDF SScore]. Paris, France

Selected for performance at the New Music Weekend for Piano, Frederic Chopin Conservatoire, Paris. Premiered by Quentin Meurisse on 4th February 2012.

The Chrysler Cycle (2004)
Burton, K. (2004). The Chrysler Cycle. [Score]. Edinburgh, Scotland

Movement III – “water, reflected” “water, reflected…” was composed in 2004 and is the third movement of a five-movement work for orchestra, a research project linking musical composition to architectural design, in particular that of the Chrysler Bu... Read More about The Chrysler Cycle.

doing what has to be done (2003)
Burton, K. (2003). doing what has to be done. [Score]. Edinburgh, Scotland

A solo horn piece. Commissioned by Tim Hunter

the eyes are filled with images (2003)
Burton, K. (2003). the eyes are filled with images. [Score]. Edinburgh, Scotland

Work for Strings (2 violins and 2 Cellos) and Woodwind (Flute, Oboe, Clarinet and Bassoon). It took its structural inspiration from the mechanics of a kaleidoscope. It was the first piece of the composer's output that explored the relationship betw... Read More about the eyes are filled with images.