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Grand Duo for Trumpet and Trombone [6.3 MB]
Composed in 2003 for the Bonk Festival.
The score to Grand Duo[0.25 MB]
Twins [1.0 MB]
One minute long solo piano piece. Composed in 2005 for the New Musics Festival. Performed here by Reiko Haragaya.
The score to Twins [0.2 MB]
The New World Sonatina [10.1 MB]
For small chamber ensemble. Composed in 2000-2003. Performed here by Non Sequitur at the Ought One Festival. Only Movements I and III are heard in this recording.
An alternative performance (with all three movements) may be heard here [19.1 MB]
Six European Lullabies for solo piano [15.4 MB]
For solo piano. Composed in 2000-2003. Performed here by Corey Merenda Holt at the Bonk Festival.
score to Six European Lullabies [2.5 MB]
For solo violin. Composed in 2001 for Conrad Harris.
Just Give Us Czechosolvakia
and We'll Die Happy Men [10.6 MB]
For Brass and Percussion ensemble. Composed in 2000 for the Bonk Festival. Performed by the USF Percussion Ensemble.
The Framework of Discipline [8.2 MB]
For solo trumpet and small ensemble. Composed in 1999. The soloist in this recording is Edward Carroll.
An American Fantasy
For large ensemble. Composed in 1999. Performed here by the Bonk Festival Chamber Players.
Shock and Awe
For small chamber ensemble. Composed in 1999 for Essential Music. Performed here by the Bonk Festival Chamber Players. An alternative performance may be found here
score to Shock and Awe, mmt. I
score to Shock and Awe, mmt. II [2.5 MB]
For Wind Ensemble. Composed in 1998. Performed here by the USF Wind Ensemble.
Four Last Songs
For two singers and rock band. Composed in 1997. Performed by me (lead on songs 1 and 4) and Paul Reller (lead on songs 2 and 3), accompanied by Handshake Squad.
Lyrics to Four Last Songs
Deep and Heavy Love Vibes
For percussion ensemble. Composed in 1996 for the Bonk Festival. Performed here by the USF Percussion Ensemble.
For two pianos. Composed in 1992, and performed here by Thump.
String Quartet #1
Composed in 1990.
score to String Quartet #1 [2.2 MB]
Composed in 1996.
The Pursuit of Opulence
Composed in 1995.
Composed in 1995.
Oscar Meyer Eppler
Composed in 1994.
Composed in 1988.
Performed in 2002 at Electric Words.
A Gauzy Red Miasma
Performed in 2000 at SEAMUS.
Happy Millennium to You!
Performed in 2000 at Open Space.
For snare drum and computer-generated tape. Composed in 1997 for Paul Reller. Texts by Erik Belgum. Matthew Gold performs in this recording.
Chris Penrose Music Be Stopped
For violin, piano, percussion and computer-generated tape. Composed in 1994.