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Robert began composing in the 1980's, and has studied orchestration with Chicago composers, William Ferris, Bernard Brindel, Robert Dvorak, Kurt Westerberg, and in New York with Leo Edwards. While in New York, Solone premiered his "Introduction and Fantasia for Piano and String Orchestra" at Carnegie Recital Hall.

More recently in 2004, Solone published his first work, his TANGO for piano, with Alliance Publications, Inc. (API), tel: 608.748.4411. TANGO is also adapted as a cabaret-style song titled HE LEAVES THEM WANTING MORE, with lyrics by Marcia Klatt. Also in 2004 he completed his PRAYER for Oboe and String Orchestra, and adapted it for mixed chorus and soprano solo with a text by Marcia Klatt. Then came AURORA BOREALIS, a Tone Poem for Orchestra and Shackahachi; and a musical comedy,  "LOVE IN THE MIDDLE AGES: A Baby Boomer's Guide to Love and Sex", with book and lyrics by Scott Urban.

Original Works:
Prayer for Oboe and String Orchestra. Also arranged for Soprano and Chorus.
Aurora Borealis, a Tone Poem for Orchestra and Shakahachi.
Introduction and Fantasia for Piano and String Orchestra.
Finale from Grieg's Piano Sonata, arranged for orchestra.
Preludes I and 2 for piano
Tango for piano
LOVE IN THE MIDDLE AGES: A Baby Boomer's Guide to Luv & Sex: a musical comedy.

 



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