Monroe, Deborah Jean Website
of Dallas, Texas
Variations on a Theme by Johannes Brahms for Piano
8'35" $ 8.00 #040076 AP-114
Composed in 1995, the Variations won second prize in the annual competition of the International Alliance for Women in Music.
Deborah Jean Monroe is a composer and church musician living in the Dallas area. Following her studies at the Wheaton College Conservatory of Music in Chicago and a Masters at the University of North Texas where she studied with Cindy McTee, she has taught private piano and given lessons on various music and other software packages. She has received recognition for her music from the National League of American Pen Women, the International Alliance for Women in Music and Wheaton College. Currently she is the Worship Minister at Faith Episcopal Church in Allen, Texas.
Her music includes Prayers of Adoration, Confession, Thanksgiving and Supplication for soprano and chamber ensemble, the electronic works Almost and Shimmering Waves, A Chase for two saxophones, and A Caravan of Variations commissioned by bassist Charles Federle. Arsis Press has published her Variations on a Theme of Johannes Brahms for piano.
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