The SCA online database currently lists 5 scores by Frank Harvey.
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|Double Vision||2012||Piano Triet||3||Contact Frank for the score. First performed 4 April 2012, Colston Hall 2, by Giuseppe Bavetta, Jolyon Laycock and Geoff Poole.
|Flashbacks||2004||Piano||9-10||Flashbacks (1930-2000). This piece for pianoforte has a programme similar to that of Richard Strauss’ Death and Transfiguration; the musical style is very different! It is based upon personal observation. An old person who has nothing left but memories looks back to her youth in the 1930s. Sadly, these memories are muddled and confused. This situation is represented musically by atonality interspersed with fragments of a foxtrot. In this piece, a foxtrot is a symbol of lost youth, rather than Peter Maxwell Davies’ use of it as a symbol of decadence. The confusion is intensified to a point when suddenly, miraculously, memory is restored, and the foxtrot is clearly stated. Again, there is even greater confusion, leading this time to a transformation of the foxtrot into an outburst of romanticism reminiscent of the “pseudo-Rachmaninov” film music of the period- a symbol of youthful romance. This gradually melts into a final moment of confusion, which in turn melts into a final peace.||listen||N/A|
|Re-membrance||19||Wind Band||9-10||Or for Brass Band. This concert overture was inspired by the composer's memories of his service as an army bandsman. The various short solos are tributes to former colleagues||N/A||view score|
|The Emperor's New Clothes||1992||Choir+accomp||11-15||This "pop Cantata" was written for, and performed by top junior and secondary pupils. The voice part may be performed by a choir, or a soloist; the fanfare instruments are optional.||N/A||view score|
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