Piano or Organ

Cambiando Paisajes (Shifting Landscapes) (2003, rev. 2005) 9’
Piano Trio – Vln, Vlc, Piano.
Commissioned for pianist Teresa McCollough by Santa Clara University.
Premiered April 25, 2003 at Santa Clara University, California.

Do Not Go Gentle (1993) 13’
Two Pianos.
Premiered by Amy & Sara Hamann at the University of Minnesota.
Winner 1994 ASCAP Grant to Young Composers.

The Far Field (1997) 22’
Text by Theodore Roethke, for High Voice, Clarinet & Piano.
Premiered by Elizabeth Farnum, Dennis Joseph & Charles Tauber at NYU.

From the Faraway Nearby, Six Movements, (2006) ca. 20’
Piano Four Hands.
Premiered by Hugh Sung and Walter Cosand, at Arizona State University, November 2006.

Heart! We will Forget Him! (1991) 8’
Text by Emily Dickinson, Soprano & Piano.
Premiered by ToniAnn Notarfrancesco & Kee Poh Lim at Queens College.

How Do I Love Thee? (2000) 4’30”
Text by Elizabeth Barrett Browning, for High Voice, Clarinet or Violin & Piano.
A co-commission and premiere by The Lark Ascending, Nancy Bogen, director, and the Lyric Arts Trio.

Jazz Suite (1992) 8’
Clarinet & Piano.
Premiered by B. Coleman & Kee Poh Lim at Queens College.

Kusanganisa (2003) 7’
Flute, Marimba 4-hands.
Commissioned by Queens Council on the Arts for Percussia.

Murmuring in Comala (2006) 4’
Commissioned by Ana Cervantes as part of a multi-composer project celebrating the work of 
Mexican author Juan Rulfo.
Premiere at 34th Festival Internacional Cervantino, October 2006.

Pietà (1997) 4’
Text by Rainer Maria Rilke, for Alto, Cello & Organ.
Commissioned by Holy Family Church, Queens, NY, Jane Lawson, director.

Shifting Coastlines (2000) 30’
Texts by Charles Simic; John Sokol; Ralph Burns; Howard Nemerov; Albert Goldbarth; Ronald Wallace
Medium Voice, Flute/Alto Flute, Violin, Cello, Piano & Percussion.
Collaboration with the amazing visual artist Karen Fitzgerald.
Commissioned by Goliard Concerts with funding from the Greenwall Foundation and the Queens Council on the Arts, for their annual concert series and Southeastern Festival Tour.

So, We’ll Go No More A-Roving (1999) 3’30”
Text by Lord Byron, for High Voice & Piano (w or w/out Clarinet).
Commissioned by The Lark Ascending, Nancy Bogen, director.

Vernacular Dances (1996) 12’30”
Premiered by Perry Townsend at Steinway Hall.
Recorded by Tomoko Deguchi for Capstone Records.
Recorded by Teresa McCollough for Innova Records.