Solo
In Sleep Braces (2018) - for solo organ.
First performed on 23 July 2018 by Giovanni Michelini, International Organ Festival Haarlem at St. Bavo’s Church (NL).
Duration ca. 5’20”​​​​​​​
Listenhttps://soundcloud.com/bethanmorganwilliams/in-sleep-braces
A Ribbon At A Time (2018) - for solo bassoon.
First performed on 30 July 2018 by Georgie Powell, Darmstadt Summer Course (Germany).
Duration ca. 3’
Oceans (2013) - for tape.
First performed on 12 December 2013 by Bethan Morgan-Williams, Crystal House (Manchester).
Duration ca. 8’
Listenhttps://soundcloud.com/bethanmorganwilliams/oceans
A Thornbush In My Strength (2013) - for solo percussion (saron, snare drum & splash cymbal).
First performed on 30 October 2013 by Delia Stevens (House of Bedlam), Royal Northern College of Music.
Duration ca. 3’30”
Watchhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KSnlINxkH5k
Minstrels On Their Way Home (A Tribute To Debussy) (2012) - for solo piano.
First performed on 8 May 2012 by Leanne Cody, Bridgewater Hall (Manchester).
Duration ca. 3’30"
The Turaco (2005) - for solo piano.
Written for Nelly Haywood.
Duration ca. 4’​​​​​​​
Chamber Music
Dog in the Moon (2020) - for viola & percussion.
First performance on 26 June 2020 by Antoine Tamestit & Colin Currie, LSO St. Luke's (London).
Commissioned by the BBC & London Symphony Orchestra.
Duration ca. 10'
Datod (2020) - for violin & piano.
First performance on 7 May 2020 by Sulki Yu & Dominic Degavino, St. James' Piccadilly (London). [POSTPONED].
Commissioned by the Park Lane Group.
Duration ca. 8'
Double Double (2018) - for string quartet.
First performed on 6 November 2019 by Equilibrium Ensemble, University of Liverpool Lunchtime Concert Series.
Commissioned by Hilary Browning.
Duration ca. 14’30”
Ghost Tongues (2018) - for string quartet.
First performed on 11 July 2018 by the Ligeti Quartet, Cheltenham Music Festival at Chapel Arts.
Commissioned by the Royal Philharmonic Society through the Susan Bradshaw Composers Fund.
Duration ca. 11'
Listenhttps://soundcloud.com/bethanmorganwilliams/extract
Abouthttps://royalphilsoc.wordpress.com/2018/09/27/quartet-vs-quartet-bethan-morgan-williams/
Reviewhttp://5against4.com/tag/bethan-morgan-williams/
Traces of a Disco (2018) - for cimbalom, bass clarinet in Bb & double bass.
First performed on 17 May 2018 by Psappha Ensemble, Whitworth Art Gallery.
Commissioned by Rachel Swanick with support from Arts Council England, Psappha & The Whitworth Art Gallery.
Duration ca. 5’40”
The Cross & The Albatross (2017) - for bassoon & harpsichord.
First performed on 7 May 2017 by Hugh Woolley & Stephen Giles, Birmingham Conservatoire.
Commissioned by Hugh Woolley.
Duration ca. 6’30”
Listenhttps://soundcloud.com/bethanmorganwilliams/the-cross-the-albatross
In Kenopsia (2017) - for trombone & live electronics.
First performed on 15 February 2017 by Tony Boorer & Bethan Morgan-Williams, Hallé St. Michael’s (Manchester)
Commissioned by Psappha in partnership with PRS for Music Foundation Talent Development.
Duration ca. 5’30”
Listenhttps://soundcloud.com/bethanmorganwilliams/in-kenopsia
Enraptured (2015) - for viola & piano.
First performed on 31 January 2016 by Paul Silverthorne & Aglaia Tarantino, LSO St. Luke’s.
Duration ca. 8’
Watchhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=by_G3JjxRgk
In the Crypt (2015) - for horn & live electronics.
First performed on 15 May 2015 by Alison Wilmshurst & Bethan Morgan-Williams, Royal Northern College of Music.
Duration ca. 8’
Watchhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EwveSq8qJIc
Helpings of Hell (2013) - for flute & double bass.
First performed July 2013, British Museum (RNCM 40th Anniversary Concert).
Duration ca. 5’
A Beautiful Dance With A Chainsaw (2012) - for 2 drum-kits, piano, electric guitar, violin & cello.
First performed on 30 November 2012 by The Vulgar Display, Royal Northern College of Music.
Duration ca. 7’
News Bulletins (2012) - for piano trio.
First performed on 26 April 2012 by Bethan Morgan-Williams, Abel Selaocoe & Leanne Cody, Royal Northern College of Music.
Duration ca. 14’
U Ty Uchaf (2006) - for violin quartet.
First performed in June 2006 by Catherine Lord, Katie Sharp, Kate Suthers & Bethan Morgan-Williams, Wells Cathedral School.
Duration ca. 8’
Bywyd Y Nant (2005) - for violin quartet.
First performed in December 2005 by Catherine Lord, Katie Sharp, Kate Suthers & Bethan Morgan-Williams, Wells Cathedral School.
Duration ca. 6’30”
Bryanston Jig (2002) - for 2 violins, viola, 2 double basses & bongos.
First performed in August 2002 by Catherine Lord, Katie Sharp, Ben Weedon, David Heyes, Alfie Weedon & Bethan Morgan-Williams, Bryanston College.
Ensemble
Devil's Elbow (2019) - for flute (=alto/d.rec.), clarinet in Bb (=bass clarinet in Bb), soprano trombone, 1P, piano (=sampler/slide whistle), harp, electric guitar, live electronics, 2 violins, viola, cello & double bass.
First performed on 28 February 2020 by Uproar Ensemble, Chapel Arts Centre (Cardiff).
Duration ca. 12'​​​​​​
Severn (2019) - for clarinet in A, bass clarinet in Bb, mandolin, guitar, violin, viola & cello.
First performed on 3 April 2019 by the New European Ensemble, Korzo Theatre (NL).
Duration ca. 8’
Speelklok II (2019) - for mandolin, accordion, harpsichord, celesta, piano & percussion.
First performed on 24 January 2019 by the Spaceship Ensemble, Koninklijk Conservatorium Den Haag (NL).
Duration ca. 7’30”
Mirages in Pisa (2016) - for flute (=picc), oboe (=cor), clarinet in A (=b.cl. in Bb), trumpet (=picc), horn, 1P, piano, 2 violins, viola, 2 cellos.
First performed on 26 October 2016 by Ensemble 10/10 & Clark Rundell, St. George’s Hall Liverpool.
Commissioned by the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra through the Christopher Brooks Composition Prize, supported by the Rushworth Foundation.
Duration ca. 12’
Listenhttps://soundcloud.com/bethanmorganwilliams/mirages-in-pisa
Orchestra
The Promenaders (2017) - 2222 / 223 / 1T 2P 1H 1BG (opt.) 8.6.4.4.2. 
First performed on 21 May 2017 by the Promenade Concert Orchestra & Howard Rogerson, The Platform (Morecambe).
Duration ca. 6’
KNO3 (2016) - 2222 / 2Hn / 1T 3P 10.10.8.6.6
First performed on 29 July 2016 by the Piccadilly Symphony Orchestra & Xavier Cloete, Norton Centre for the Arts (Danville KY).
Duration ca. 6’
Scoot (2015) - 3333 / 4331 / 1T 2P 1Cel. 1Hp 14.12.10.8.6
First performed on 11 March 2016 by the London Symphony Orchestra & François-Xavier Roth, LSO St. Luke’s.
Recorded by LSO Live on disk Panufnik Legacies III.
Commissioned by the London Symphony Orchestra through the LSO Discovery Panufnik Composers Scheme, supported by the Helen Hamlyn Trust.
Duration ca. 4’
Harangue (2014) - 4243 / 311 / 1T 3P 1Pno 1BG 1Cel 1Hp / Solo Hn / 8.8.6.6.4
First performed on 10 May 2014 by Alex Wildsmith & RNCM Brand New Orchestra, Royal Northern College of Music.
Duration ca. 9’
After Every Fourth or Fifth Question (2010) - 2222 / 22 / 2P 1Pno /10.10.8.6.6
First performed on 3 October 2010 by RNCM Brand New Orchestra, Royal Northern College of Music.
Duration ca. 9’​​​​​​​
arr. Three Pieces for Beginner String Orchestra (2007) - for string orchestra.
First performed in February 2007 by WYMSO & Catherine Lord, Wells Cathedral School.
Duration ca. 4’
Two Shadows Taking Pictures (2007) - for string orchestra.
First performed in February 2007 by the Wells Cathedral School String Ensemble & Catherine Lord, Royal Northern College of Music.
Duration ca. 7’30”
Hen Daith (2005) - for string orchestra.
First performed in June 2005 by the Wells Cathedral School String Ensemble & Catherine Lord, Colston Hall (Bristol).
Duration ca. 5’​​​​​​​
Voice(s)
Cusan Aderyn (2019) - for soprano & piano trio.
Text by Richard Llwyd.
First performance on 2 May by Alys Roberts, Sara Trickey, Reinoud Ford & Iwan Llewelyn-Jones, Galeri Arts (Caernarfon). [POSTPONED].
Commissioned by Canolfan Gerdd William Mathias.
Duration ca. 5'
arr. Liverpool Lullaby (2019) - for mezzo-soprano & piano.
Text by Stan Kelly.
First performed on 29 September 2019 by Jennifer Johnston & Marina Staneva, Music Room (Liverpool).
Recorded by Rubicon Classics on disk A Love Letter To Liverpool
Commissioned by Sandra Parr.
Duration ca. 6’
About: A Love Letter To Liverpool
Listen: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UfSOmBn5y9g
Coming ‘Round Again (2017) - for SSA, percussion & piano.
Text by Matthew Hill.
First performed on 2 July 2017 by the Liverpool Philharmonic Youth Choir, Royal Philharmonic Hall (Liverpool).
Duration ca. 4’
Walk With Me (2014) - for mezzo-soprano & piano.
Text by Beatrice Wallbank.
Duration ca. 6’
Sleepwalking (2010) - for soprano & piano.
Text by Carly Hinds.
Duration ca. 3’
Remembrance (2006) - for alto, alto flute, violin, viola & bass clarinet in Bb.
Text by Laurence Binyon.
First performed on 12 November 2006 by Jessica Radcliffe.
Duration ca. 5’30”​​​​​​​
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