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Jaw Harp
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This collection of compositions is for the open/closed glottis, second-formant, melodic technique of jaw harp playing, as can be found in the traditional musics of Norway, Kyrgyzstan, Sicily, Estonia, and Rajasthan. In Russian and English. включает в себя перевод на русский язык.
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for clarinet and piano
Clarinet
9'
“…a valuable addition to the contemporary repertoire.” — Clarinet and Saxophone Magazine, UK Michael Kaulkin’s American Standard, for clarinet and piano, has been performed numerous times around the world since it was composed in 1993. It is included on the U.K. label Clarinet Classics release TIME PIECES: 60 Years of American Music featuring clarinetist Peter […]
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for alto saxophone and piano
Saxophone
6'30"
Designed as a lyrical showpiece to spotlight the elegance of the saxophone’s altissimo register, Fantasia on Lyun Joon Kim’s Elegy was composed in 2009 for the 70th anniversary of Hanyang University, of which Lyun Joon Kim was the founder. Also a poet and composer, Lyun Joon Kim wrote many Korean art songs, from which the Elegy is one […]
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for trumpet and piano
Trumpet
2'15"
Advent Music for Trumpet is rare. This piece might be just the ticket. It is cheery, easy to listen to, and approachable for an average pianist and good high school trumpet player. While Advent is a reflective season for the church, there is also reason for cheerful and hopeful prospects. This music supplies such a […]
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Clarinet
6'30"
Fantasia on Lyun Joon Kim’s Elegy is a lyrical showpiece composed in 2009 for the 70th anniversary of Hanyang University, of which Lyun Joon Kim was the founder. Also a poet and composer, Lyun Joon Kim wrote many Korean art songs, from which the Elegy is one of the more widely-known in Korea. This rhapsodic fantasia […]
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for viola alone
Viola
7-8'
This set of short pieces was written for my good friend and collaborator, Boston Symphony Orchestra violist Mark Ludwig. In them, I have tried to capture, in purely musical terms, some of the characteristics of the stream of thought; its bends, meanderings, twists and unexpected concatenations. Since all thought is necessarily an individual matter, I […]
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for Violin and Organ
Organ
Violin
5'
“Picardy” is a French province where this beautiful 17th century melody originates. It is popularly associated with the hymn “Let All Mortal Flesh Keep Silence” which originates from first century Jerusalem. This setting, in keeping with its roots, is gentle and reflective. The violin is the perfect instrument to express its sensitivity and beauty. The organ accompaniment borrows from […]
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Clarinet
8'
Richard Dudas’ Variations for Clarinet Solo is an 8-minute solo work with a bravura finale. Although it is intended for performance on a clarinet in A, it may also be played on B-flat instruments. Program Note Variations for Clarinet Solo was written at the request of clarinetist Susanna Warren who premiered the composition in the […]
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for Trumpet and Organ
Organ
Trumpet
Nine centuries ago, in the aftermath of the First Crusade (1095-9) Hugues de Payens and eight of his countrymen journeyed to Jerusalem and formed a community of warrior-monks, who came to be known as The Sovereign Military Order Of The Temple Of Jerusalem; or Knights Templar. Making monastic vows of obedience, chastity, and poverty, and charged […]
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for Standard or Bass Flute and Computer-Generated Track
Electronics
Flute
5'30"
Commissioned by Peter Sheridan in 2011, In A Winter Landscape is an introspective composition intended to convey an austere winter landscape after a powerful storm. The storm, having cleared out the old growth, has made room for new life. It is inspired by the work of Arvo Pärt and John Cage. Recent performances include the […]
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