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Sine Nomine (auctore ignoto) - mixed voices


Commissioned for the International Josquin Festival Conference, Princeton University. First performance by the Binchois Consort of London, Andrew Kirkman, conductor. Dr. Rob Wegman, conference organizer. Recorded in the Princeton Chapel, October 1999 [revised 2011]

Heer Ranja Prototype - Sproano, Alto, Tenor, Bass/Baritone Tubular Bells

Written for Paul Hilliar's Theater of Voices, 2002

The Earth Only Endures - solo voices, narrators, winds & percussion

"The Earth only Endures" by Carson Kievman (Leonard Bernstein Fellow) Tanglewood Music Center concert, Summer 1975, Tanglewood Music Center Composers Forum Concerts, Concert 2. During the US Bicentennial I wrote this piece about the annihilation of the American Indian, performed behind screens with hand gestures, Winner of the Tanglewood Margaret Grant Memorial Composition Prize 1975. Boston Symphony Orchestra. Audio Department. Tanglewood Theatre-Concert Hall, Tanglewood Lenox, Massachusetts. Conductor, David Ramadanoff


Resurrection (Mvt. 4) from Symphony No. 2(42) - Chorus and Orchesta.

CD on New Albion Records (1996) Duration 57’. 3 (picc.) – 3 (e.h.) – 3 (b. cl.) – 3 (cbsn.) / 4 – 3 – 3 – 1 / timp., 3 perc., 2 hp., satb., str. Recorded by the Polish Radio National Symphony Orchestra - Katowice and Krakow Radio Choir - Delta David Gier, conductor. Commissioned for the 200 anniversary of Mozart’s death by the Florida Philharmonic Orchestra, First public performance “Mvt. 4”, James Judd, conductor. First Public Performance “Mvt. 2” & “Mvt. 3” by the Charleston Symphony, David Stahl, conductor

First public performances: Independent Composers Association, Los Angeles and Centre Cultural Americain, Paris, Joan Callopy, soprano -- 1977. Associated Music Publishers/G. Schirmer, Inc. New York/London -- 1984.   Duration 20 – 30’. Sop., Mime.

Gallery (After A Song And Dance) -- soprano solo - w/mime

Commissioned by Henry’s Eight Consort for opening night of the European Expo (Nature & Technology 2000) - Niedersachsische MusikTages in Hannover, Germany, September 10, 2000

Henry Eight's Harvest - 2 Male Altos, 2 Tenors, 2 Baritones, 2 Bass, Church Bells.