Stuart Mitchell

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Stuart Mitchell (born 21 December 1965) is a Scottish pianist and composer, best known for his Seven Wonders Suite (2001).[1] The Seven Wonders Suite has been recorded by The Prague Symphony Orchestra conducted by Mario Klemens. A performance of part of the suite was performed in The Dvorak Hall in Prague in 2005. This major symphonic work has placed Mitchell in The Classic FM Hall of Fame since 2005-2015 Classic FM Hall of Fame and is regularly requested by their listeners.[2]

Stuart Mitchell is the son of pianist and composer Thomas J. Mitchell. In 2005, the Mitchell's received media coverage from Reuters, ITN, BBC, and CNN/Fox News when they claimed to have deciphered a musical code carved into the ceiling design of Rosslyn Chapel.[3]

Mitchell is currently #222 in the Classic FM Hall of Fame 2005/2015.[4]

Works[edit]

  • Cello Sonata in A - 1995'
  • The Design of a Tear - 1998'
  • Seven Wonders Suite for Orchestra (2003) Stuart Mitchell - Seven Wonders Suite - Official Website
  • The Rosslyn Motet (2005) The Rosslyn Motet
  • Songs of the Chartres Labyrinth (2005) Cymatics and Geometry
  • DNA Variations Volume's I, II and III (2004-2009) Stuart Mitchell - DNA Music Website
  • Transit of Venus - 2010'
  • The Celestial Song of the Stars - 2010'
  • Fanfare to Tutankhamen - 2009'
  • Piano Concerto No.1 - 2008'
  • Beethoven's DNA Music - 2010'
  • The Eve Project (2011) The ancestral music of mankind
  • The Musical Life of Plants (2011) [1]
  • The Emerald Tablets - Orchestral Choral Suite - 2008'
  • Symphony No1 in B Flat Major - 2012'
  • The Human Genome Music Project (2012) [2]
  • Grounded - Motion Picture Soundtrack (2013) [3]
  • Elvis Presley - DNA Music Translation/Rolling Stone Magazine'
  • String Quartet - E minor - 2013'
  • Faith Eternal for Choir & Orchestral - 2013'
  • Power of the Earth - Grounded 2 Motion Picture - 2013'
  • Symphony in the Key of H - 2013'
  • Homage to the Great Composers - 2012'
  • The Musical Life of Plants - Aromamusic - 2012'
  • The Silent Sky - with Neil Warden (Guitarist/Composer) - 2015'

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