Solo

The sophisticated ritual for recorder, sculpture and projections combined a thorough use of alternative techniques to give a very physically dynamic performance.” Parcours (World Music days opening concert) - Maarten Beirens, De Standaard, 2 October 2012

Résonances (5') 2013

For piano duet

Commissioned for concours of Ghent Rotary Club

Imposed piece for all participants

Instrumentation: Piano (four hands)

Catalogue d'insectes (10') 2012

For harp solo

Compilation of small character pieces

Passagen / Aphorisme, Solo (4’) 2012

For tenor saxophone solo

Commissioned by Blindman

Premiered by Piet Rebel (Blindman Sax) on January 6 at Concertgebouw Bruges

Parcours #4 (8’) 2011

For bass recorder, water and (ad lib.) electronics

Part of the Parcours performance (can be performed as a separate (concert) piece)

“Flemish composers came out of the equation very positively, precisely because of their innovative impulses…showing a strong dose of originality and courage, which were fused in a very natural way. The sophisticated ritual for recorder, sculpture and projections (Parcours) by Annelies Van Parys and Anneleen De Causmaecker combined a thorough use of alternative techniques to give a very physically dynamic performance.” Parcours (World Music days opening concert) - Maarten Beirens in De Standaard, 2 October 2012

schizzo (7’) 2010

For pianoforte (or piano) solo

Commissioned by MA-festival Brugge, prescribed piece for Fortepiano Competition 2010

Reflections I and II (8’) 2009

Cello solo

Written for and premiered by Viviane Spanoghe, Antwerp 2009

Stanza (13’) 2007

For harp solo

Commissioned by de Bijloke

Premiere by Isabelle Moretti , March 2007 in de Bijloke

Poïèma (8') 2006

For (female) voice solo

Written for and premiered by Els Mondelaers, March 2006 at Academia Belgica, Rome

5 Short Stories (7'30) 2001

For piano solo

Premiere by Yutaka Oya tijdens during the festival 'dicht bij huis' in Tilburg, April 2001

Clamor (5’) 2001

For Bass Clarinet 

Composed for Ictus International Composition seminar and performed on that occasion by Harry Sparnaay

3 Miroirs (8) 1999

For piano, four hands 

Composed for and premiered by Ganda Duo