David W Solomons, composer, singer and classical guitarist,
welcomes you to the new streamlined site.

Here you will find:
A comprehensive search facility for scores of all of my compositions and arrangements
My biography
A blog with news of my latest compositions, videos and recordings
dwschorale.com: My recordings of works by other composers
dwsmp3.com: Recordings of my works performed by various musicians
My videos on youtube
The old site with catalogues for each instrument

I have been composing since 1969, concentrating on lyrical tonal music and experimenting in various modes (particularly the Dorian and Octatonic).
Some of my work is aimed at good amateur musicians (both instrumental and vocal) but other pieces are quite virtuoso, especially solo works for flute, saxophone and violin which have been written for specific professional musicians.
I have also attempted to fill specific "gaps" in the market, in particular songs for alto (or baritone) voice and classical guitar: back in 1969, I asked my local music shop if they had such works.
When they said that they didn't, I immediately began to remedy the situation, and continue to do so, as you can see from my catalogue!


Dawn in the Room

Dawn in the Room This music was inspired initially by my father's translation of Supervielle's L'Aube dans la Chambre
My mother created another poem on the basis of the music, a song of a lover's consolation, and this has become the source of many instrumental and vocal versions.
The CD can be found at:
and shortly on Amazon, itunes, Spotify, Deezer etc

The high resolution live videos of the recent performances in Budapest can be found at
Alto and Strings version on Vimeo
Flute and Strings version on Vimeo

Videos in which you can follow the scores with the professional performances can be found at
Contralto and String Orchestra version with Score on Youtube
Flute and String Orchestra version with Score on Youtube

.... and my own performance to the accompaniment of the Budapest Scoring String Quintet can be found at
Alto and String Quintet version with Score on Youtube

Well, finally - I made a page in which everything (including the poems by Supervielle and by my mother and father) can be found:
The Dawn in the Room page