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Master of Music (MMus)
Sommer, Lesley, 1967-
Haws, Adam, 1980-
"La Petite Maria de Normandie" (French: "Little Maria of Normandy") is my musical composition for orchestra, choir, and two accordions. It is a fantasy-based cantata epic revolving around my original story of a boy named George Charleston and a fairy named Maria that he meets in France, in which she is actually a figment of George's imagination.
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Academic theses; Scores; Cantatas
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Fontillas, Charles-John S., "La Petite Maria de Normandie" (2017). WWU Masters Thesis Collection. 584.