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Transcendence, Mvts. 1-3
Classical : Contemporary
(1994) This is a three movement piece for violin and harp. It's a nice combination, particularly if one works with some of the 'extended' techniques available on the violin. Performers are Heidi Modr, violin and Karen Lindquist, harp.
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Doodle Doo
Classical : Contemporary
(1999) Piece for clarinet and piano, here performed by the tremendous new music clarinetist Tom Piercy, with Judith Olson at the piano. The piece is in three movements.
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Stringing Mvt. 1
Classical : Contemporary
Stringing (1999) for violin and piano is a piece that combines 'folk like' elements in a contemporary idiom. Selection is the first movement of three, with the performance indication 'derb,' meaning 'Rustic' (German).
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Stringing Mvt. 2
Classical : Contemporary
This is the second movement of Stringing (1999)as performed by Cyrus Stevens, violin and Leonard Lehrman, piano
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Stringing Mvt. 3
Classical : Contemporary
This is the third movement of Stringing (1999)as performed by Cyrus Stevens, violin and Leonard Lehrman, piano
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BlackandJill
Classical : Contemporary
Piece from 2003 in the near-Just-Intonation scale of _Blackjack_ sung by soprano Meredith Borden
A SoundClick Top 100 song
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Wild Wild West
Classical : Contemporary
This is a 1999 recording of the piece (1997) that was performed three times in Eastern Europe by the Archaeus Ensemble: oboe, clarinet, bassoon, piano, percussion, 2 celli, conducted by Liviu Danceanu in Bucharest.
A SoundClick Top 100 song
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Mating
Classical : Contemporary
This is a piece (2002) for cello and electric guitar written for cellist David Runnion. Here it is performed by the tremendous Dan Barrett and Sean Satin at the Cutting Room in New York.
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The Nature of the Universe II
Classical : Contemporary
(1998) This is a piece for baroque flute... the early wooden flute much like a recorder, but played 'transversely' or sideways.
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Panoply
Classical : Contemporary
(1992) This is a work written for the excellent flute player Gerardo Levy who plays it here.
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Confessions of the Goliards
Classical : Contemporary
This piece (1992), seven poems by the Medieval Goliards was a commission from the Goliard ensemble. It is here sung by Jim Blanton, tenor, the Goliard organizer, with Janet Axelrod, flute, Serena Canin, Violin, Kathe Jarka, cello
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Ariadne
Classical : Contemporary
A piano trio (1985) which had several performances. Here played by the Arioso Trio: Fiona Vanderspar-Simon, violin, Judith Davidoff, cello, Harold Lewin, piano
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Profondo
Classical : Contemporary
(1998) This is a piece for solo BASS flute, written for Gerardo Levy, who performs it here. The bass flute has a haunting, eerie sound, particularly in the octave BELOW middle C!
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Hornucopia
Classical : Contemporary
(1988) This is a piece for 10 French horns written for the Delaware Horn Ensemble of Francis Orval.
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Spectral Harmony
Classical : Contemporary
(1997) This is a piece for alto sax and French horn which was premiered in Moscow.
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Caprice
Classical : Contemporary
Caprice (1984) for flute and piano is a short piece here played by Rochelle Itzen, flute and Joseph Pehrson, piano
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Chromotions
Classical : Contemporary
This is a piece for two pianos written in 1988. Please see performance details.
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Tuba Miracle
Classical : Contemporary
This piece for solo tuba, written in 2000, is performed here by Michael Thurlow.
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Beepy
Electronic : Experimental Sounds
This is a MIDI work (2001) in the Bohlen-Pierce (BP)scale, a scale which has no octaves (!) and which has its most consonant interval a 3:1 (a 12th). It was invented by Heinz Bohlen.
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Fuoco, Mvt. 1
Classical : Contemporary
This is the first movement of Fuoco (1993) as performed by Matt Ragsdale, Jason Adams, tpt, Beal Primis, hrn, Koichiro Yamamoto, trb and Jacomo Bairos, tuba
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Fuoco, Mvt. 2
Classical : Contemporary
This is the second movement of Fuoco (1993) as performed by Matt Ragsdale, Jason Adams, tpt., Beal Primis, hrn., Koichiro Yamamoto, trb., and Jacomo Bairos, tuba.
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Fuoco, Mvt. 3
Classical : Contemporary
The third movement of Fuoco (1993) (It. 'Fiery') Brass quintet as performed by the Walden Brass Quintet: Matt Ragsdale, Jason Adams, trumpets, Beal Primis, horn, Ko-Ichiro Yamamoto, trombone, Jacomo Bairos, tuba.
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Lustspiel, Mvt. 1
Classical : Contemporary
This is the first movement of _Lustspiel_ (Gr. Comedy) performed by Evan Spritzer, clarinet, Jacqueline Carrasco, violin, Kathe Jarka, cello and Evelyne Luest, piano
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Lustspiel, Mvt. 2
Classical : Contemporary
This is the second movement of _Lustspiel_ (1993) (Gr.'Comedy') as performed by Evan Spritzer, clarinet, Jacqueline Carrasco, violin, Kathe Jarka, cello and Evelyne Luest, piano
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Lustspiel, Mvt. 3
Classical : Contemporary
This is the third movement of _Lustspiel_ (1993) (Gr. 'Comedy') as performed by Evan Spritzer, clarinet, Jacqueline Carrasco, violin, Kathe Jarka, cello and Evelyne Luest, piano.
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