Chamber Music for Strings

13: My Favorite Color for flute, violin & guitar
Czysta Magia for solo violin
From Memory to History for string quartet & solos
Petronila & Manuel duet for violin & guitar
Sayonara: A Brazilian Farewell
for violin & piano
Stabat Serban for solo cello
Stabat Serban for solo viola
Three Meditations for solo violin
Three Songs of Love for solo violin

Chamber Music for Guitar

13: My Favorite Color for flute, violin & guitar
Burnham 5 short pieces for flute & guitar
Dulce et Decorum Est for mezzo-soprano & guitar
An Introduction to Jabuticaba for flute & guitar
The Least of My Brothers for two guitars
Og's Dance for solo guitar
Paco de Santo Drinks at the Kinsale for flute & guitar
Petronila & Manuel duet for violin & guitar
Seedlings 12 short pieces for solo guitar
Suite Brasileiro for flute & guitar
Water for solo guitar
You Caress the Night for soprano voice & guitar

Other Chamber Music

Burnley for solo oboe
Faca Na Caveira for flute quartet
ISWHOPA (I Saw Werner Herzog on Park Avenue) for clarinet & piano
Photo of Douglas DaSilva

Douglas DaSilva is a composer, guitarist, educator, curator, film-maker and amateur clarinetist based in New York City. As Artistic Director for the Composer's Voice concert series, "DaSilva knows just how to tempt you with a delicious array of musical desserts that titillate your ear." NM421.

Much of DaSilva's work is influenced by Brazilian music. His compositions have been described in Classical Guitar Magazine as "very individual, and … [with] a very clear personality." His pieces Sarabande, How to Build a Totalitarian State and Contrails have been included in 60x60 projects. His works have been performed in Brazil, England, Italy, Germany, Romania, Brazil & throughout the USA. His documentary film My Dad's Violin was scheduled for release in 2015.


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