B. P. Herrington, composer

“Three works were given their first performances [by the London Sinfonietta]. By far the most individual was Herrington's Symphonia, which put aural memories of the composer's Texas childhood through the mincer.” (The London Times)
“..an intriguing blend of common-man expression and formal acuity.”
(The New York Sun)
Sound Samples (click on title)
"How Come That Blood" - Daniel Saenz, cello; Brenden Kinsella, piano.
"Testament" (on a poem by Carolyn Adams) -
Meagan Stapleton, soprano; SHSU Percussion Group, Dr. John Lane, director.
Excerpt from "The Old Kaiser Burnout" -
SHSU Symphony Orchestra. Dr. David Cole, conductor.