Tarik O’Regan

Born 1 January 1977
Tarik O’Regan
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1978-01-01
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Tarik O’Regan

Tarik O’Regan Biography (Wikipedia)

Tarik Hamilton O'Regan (born 1 January 1978) is a British and American composer. His compositions number over 100 and are partially represented on over 37 recordings which have been recognised with two Grammy nominations. He is also the recipient of two British Composer Awards. O'Regan has served on the Faculties of Columbia University as a Fulbright Chester Schirmer Fellow, The Radcliffe Institute of Harvard University as a Radcliffe Fellow, Yale University, Trinity College in the University of Cambridge, Rutgers University, and the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton as Director's Visitor.

O'Regan's compositions incorporate the influence of Renaissance vocal writing, the music of North Africa, British rock bands of the 1960s and 1970s, jazz and Minimalist music. His music is often rhythmically complex and employs varying approaches to tonality.

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Triptych (From Heaven Distilled A Clemency)
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Triptych (From Heaven Distilled A Clemency)
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Tu claustra stirpe regia (3 Motets from Sequence for St Wulfstan)
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Tu claustra stirpe regia (3 Motets from Sequence for St Wulfstan)
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Columba aspexit
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Columba aspexit

Columba aspexit

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Sarah Shorter
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Timothy Brown
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Ave Maria
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Ave Maria
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Locus iste
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Locus iste
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3 Motets from Sequence for St Wulfstan (O vera digna hostia)
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3 Motets from Sequence for St Wulfstan (O vera digna hostia)
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Bring rest, sweet dreaming child
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Bring rest, sweet dreaming child
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3 Motets from Sequence for St Wulfstan: No. 1 Beatus auctor saeculi
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3 Motets from Sequence for St Wulfstan: No. 1 Beatus auctor saeculi
The Sixteen
Fleeting God
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Fleeting God
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Care Charminge Sleepe
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Care Charminge Sleepe
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Latent Manifest
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Latent Manifest
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3 Motets from 'Sequence for St Wulfstan'
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3 Motets from 'Sequence for St Wulfstan'
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Alleluia, laus et Deo
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Alleluia, laus et Deo
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Scattered Rhymes
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Scattered Rhymes
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Heart of Darkness Suite (extract)
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Heart of Darkness Suite (extract)
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Heart of Darkness Suite
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Heart of Darkness Suite
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Latent Manifest
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Latent Manifest
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Virelai: Dame Douce Jolie
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Virelai: Dame Douce Jolie

Virelai: Dame Douce Jolie

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I Flautisti
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Alleluia Laus et Gloria
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Alleluia Laus et Gloria
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Beatus auctor saeculi
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Beatus auctor saeculi
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O vera digna hostia
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O vera digna hostia
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Acallam na Senorach: an Irish Colloquy – Fian Paternoster
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Acallam na Senorach: an Irish Colloquy – Fian Paternoster
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Gratias tibi
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Gratias tibi
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Rai for flute, clarinet, harp and string quartet
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Rai for flute, clarinet, harp and string quartet
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Beloved, all things ceased
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Beloved, all things ceased
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Acallam na Sénorach (guitar interlude)
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Acallam na Sénorach (guitar interlude)
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Care Charminge Sleepe (words by John Fletcher)
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Care Charminge Sleepe (words by John Fletcher)
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I sleep, but my heart waketh
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I sleep, but my heart waketh
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Sequence for St Wulstan - O vera digna hostia
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Sequence for St Wulstan - O vera digna hostia
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The Night's Untruth – extract [from the middle]
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The Night's Untruth – extract [from the middle]
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'O soft embalmer…' [Keats] (The Night's Untruth - opening)
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'O soft embalmer…' [Keats] (The Night's Untruth - opening)
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