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These are a few of my more recent projects. The piano study may be the first of a new book. It is a further experiment in the vein of "French Moment" and "Slate Grey Skies."

The toccata, allemande, and tempo di courante may perhaps be the beginnings of a piano suite. All three are somewhat neo-classical in style, particularly the toccata.

At long last I have finished a couple of things for a local brass quintet. It's a bit of an oddity, since they often substitute bass trombone for tuba, but they're mostly folks I know from the Columbia Civic Orchestra, so I'm happy to write from them. (Specifically, this was a request of Bruce Gordon, the orchestra's principal horn.)

The first of the brass pieces is a rearrangement of a fanfare I wrote last year. You can find it in its original guise on the brass fanfares page. The second piece uses a bit of material from a work for a radio play that died in the offing, it would seem. This is the one I wrote most specifically for Bruce. The final brass piece is an arrangement of a short piece I wrote at the piano for a friend, Betsy Lykken, during her wedding reception.

Lastly you will find two orchestral works: my third symphony and the first movement of a new piano concerto. The piano concerto is incomplete and I reserve the right to alter any or all of it, but I like it and wish to share it, no matter how half baked.

"Fanfare and Fugue for Brass Quintet" and "Romon's March" feature John Perkins and Alex Pickard on trumpet, Bruce Gordon on horn, and Dan Witter and Todd Yatsook on trombone. All other recordings are midi renderings.

Study No. 16 "Dark and Snowy Woods"

Keyboard Suite

Toccata

Allemande

Tempo di Courante

New Works for Brass

Fanfare and Fugue for Brass Quintet

Romon's March

Fanfare in C for Brass Quintet

Symphony No. 3 in d

Piano Concerto in c

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I: Story,

II: Song, and III: Dance

 

I: Quick