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ELECTRONIC MUSIC


KALEIDOSCOPE
   
TwoSum 02:00
Sound Track 14:45
Carnival 16:51
Canon 00:51
PC Duo 01:44
Satyricus 19:24
TantaLiza 09:02
TwinkleLude 05:14




  
 
U N I V E R S E
Chimera 03:19
Special Forces 22:00
Endgame 09:26
Galaxies 21:35




OTHER ELECTRONIC WORKS
Little Space Fantasy 08.07
Something Old 07:37
Marche Triste 07:43
Limbo 19:45




SCORES
SYNTHESIZED REALIZATIONS Scores
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TrioCBV
Premiered in 2003, revised in 2005.
11:02
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A Little Music for the Chamber Made
For chamber orchestra.
11:24 Get the score.
what if a much of a which of a wind
For SATB a cappella.
05:41
Miller's Daughter
A recently updated song from my student days.
For a cappella SATB chorus.
01:43 Get the score.
Whose Woods These Are, SATB
Another recently updated song from my student days.
Originally set to Frost's Whose Woods These Are, but
the Frost family is no longer issuing permissions.

02:22


 
fall-ing
HFCS, candy kisses and moonbeams.
For soprano(s), cello, double bass and piano.
06:05
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Fal-la-la La
A finale composed for a recent concert of my music.
For SATB, cello, double bass, vibraphone and piano.
03:18 Get the score.
Recent shows, concerts, etc...




DéjàVu
For the curious and my old pals who might get a kick out of hearing them again here are a few exercises from my student days at Queens College, Flushing, NY.
Mosaic for Wind Quintet
Recorded in Rathaus Auditorium, Queens College, NY 1961, this was my first dodecaphonic (actually decaphonic) chamber piece.
05:07
Theme and Variations After Mozart
A little exercise in the style of the claassical master. Performed by Ilene McKeown at Camp Belvior, a music and arts camp in Massachusetts.

Sibelius Kontact Player version

04:34

04:34

Theme and Variations in the Style of Mozart
Whose Woods These Are
The original fifties version of Whose Woods These Are (seeabove). I don't recall the name of the contralto, unfortunately, but the pianist is Ilene McKeown. Performed, once again, at Camp Belvoir, a music and arts camp in Massachusetts.
02:14
Miller's Daughter
The original version as performed in 1960 by music majors of Queens College.

02:09
Romantique - SCORCH version only.
Echoes of an impassioned past.
01:27 Romantique
Nocturne
After Chopin, played by Ilene McKeown,


SIbelius-Cubase- Ivory version
03:32


02:45