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Scores & Parts

Arguments & Agreements– $10 PDF SCORE & PARTS
Brass Quintet (Two Trumpets, French Horn, Trombone, Tuba). 10 minutes.


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Cambiando Paisajes (Shifting Landscapes)– $10 PDF SCORE & PARTS
Piano and 2 Percussion (Marimba, Vibraphone, Small Drum Kit & Latin Percussion. 9 minutes.

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Do Not Go Gentle– $12 PDF SCORE
Two Pianos. Winner of an ASCAP Morton Gould Prize. 13 minutes.

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The Far Field– $12 PDF SCORE & PARTS
High Voice, Clarinet & Piano. Text by Theodore Roethke. 22 minutes.

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for the straight way was lost– $10 PDF SCORE & PARTS
2 Players: 1: Viola or Cello; 2: Clarinet or Bass Clarinet or Alto Saxophone. Please specify which combination you would like. 8 minutes.

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From the Faraway Nearby– $15 PDF SCORE & PARTS
2 Guitars. 6 movements. 20 minutes.

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From the Faraway Nearby– $15 PDF SCORE & PARTS
Piano Four Hands. 6 movements. 20 minutes.

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Heart! We Will Forget Him!– $2.50 PDF SCORE
High Voice and Piano. Text by Emily Dickinson. 2 minutes.

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How Do I Love Thee?– $4.00 PDF SCORE & PARTS
High Voice, Clarinet or Violin & Piano. Please specify. Text by Elizabeth Barrett Browning. 4.5 minutes.

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Jazz Suite– $6.00 PDF SCORE & PARTS
Clarinet & Piano. 3 movements. 8 minutes.

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Murmuring in Comala– $2.50 PDF SCORE
Piano Solo. 4 minutes.

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Nightsongs– $15.00 PDF SCORE & PARTS
Clarinet & String Quartet. 11 minutes.

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Panta Rei– $15.00 PDF SCORE & PARTS
Saxophone Quartet or Clarinet Quartet. Please specify. 8 minutes.

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The Persistence of Past Chemistries– $25.00 PDF SCORE & PARTS
Percussion Quartet. 9 minutes.

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Audio CDs

Shifting Cells (2012)
Audio CD
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New works for percussion ensemble written between 1993 and 2009 are performed by the Columbus State University Percussion Ensemble on this recording. Offering a unique listening experience, two of the works are for saxophone solo with percussion ensemble and one is for organ and percussion ensemble. The recording and two of the works came as a result of a residency program that commissions a new work for the CSU Percussion Ensemble each year. Directed by Paul Vaillancourt, the CSU Percussion Ensemble performs and records music from the traditional percussion ensemble as well as commissioning and premiering works by internationally known and emerging composers. Saxophonist Amy Griffiths is on the faculty at Columbus State University and has made countless appearances as a soloist, chamber musician, and recitalist.

Winter PatternsWinter Patterns (2006)
Audio CD
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Martin Benvenuto directs the California-based Peninsula Women’s Chorus on this disc, which includes my Agnus Dei. Other composers include Alberto Balzanelli, Hildegard von Bingen, Pavel Chesnokov, Rebecca Clarke, Franz Gruber, William Mathias, Daniel Pinkham, Francis Poulenc, Einojuhani, Joan Szymko, and Veljo Tormis. They took my piece and several others from this disc to the Béla Bartók 22nd International Choir Competition in July 2006 in Debrecen, Hungary. They won third prize in the women’s choir division.

Rumor de Paramo (2006)
Audio CD
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Ana Cervantes commissioned 18 composers to write short piano pieces to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the publication of Pedro Paramo, an important proto-magical-realist novel by Mexican author Juan Rulfo. My Murmuring in Comala was written for this project. 12 of the pieces, including mine, were recorded on compact disc and presented at the 34th Festival Internacional Cervantino in Guanajuato, Mexico on October 17, 2006. Anna Picard of The U.K.’s Independent described the disc as follows: “In Rumor de Paramo, Mexican composers Georgina Derbez, Horacio Uribe, Eugenio Toussaint, Mario Lavista, Vicente Barrientos and Federico Ibarra are programmed alongside composers from Spain (Carlos Cruz de Castro, Tomas Marco), the USA (Charles B. Griffin, Jack Fortner, Anne LeBaron) and the UK (Stephen McNeff) in works inspired by the novels of Juan Rulfo. Silence is important as music, while ghosts of the past can be found in the shreds of Old World counterpoint and courtly dances that crowd around the folk motifs. A remarkable collection magnetically played.”