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    Download includes mp3 and wav tracks, Album Art, and Album Notes. ESOTERICA invites the listener to journey through arcane mists of time and diverse worlds of sound.

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    Faces in Foam (Book of I)


    Instant Download: Score & Parts.

    For string orchestra, percussion (tambourine, crash/sus cymbals, timpani), and boy soprano (or countertenor).

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    I Am Water (Book of I)


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    For string orchestra, synthesizer, and percussion (chimes and sus cymbal).

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    Morgan’s Joy (Sheet Music)


    A driving, medieval and Celtic style fiddle tune evocative of the long history of the blacksmith and their trade. Specifically, this tune pays tribute to Morgan, one of the first young women to break into smithing at a time when it was considered exclusively a man’s world.

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    Musical Response Suite from The Book of I (Score)

    Collection of Scores, instant download.

    The complete Score from the Original Soundtrack to the novel, “The Book of I” by Jorge Armenteros. Featuring string orchestra, percussion, and a variety of soloists and small ensemble combinations.

    “…the soundtrack composed by Sarah Wallin Huff stands out as both a powerful album, taking its listener on an emotional journey of beauty, despair, and hope, as well as a fascinating study of the composer’s visceral and intellectual connection to the source material…the album is a stunning collection of gorgeous, orchestral selections comprised mostly of string instruments that are, at times, vividly haunting but always entirely engrossing.” – Barbra Dillon, Fanboy Comics.

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    Now Winter Nights Enlarge


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    This work for SSA a cappella trio and hand percussion (rainstick, tambourine, and finger cymbals) is an exotic treatment of the 16th century poem of the same name by Thomas Campion. Moderately extended vocal techniques and microtones grant an almost Eastern or Indonesian flavor to the imagery of bacchanal youth during Wintertime Festivities.

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