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Monthly Archives: November 2011
This is a midi realization of the first one minute of Wheel of Fortune for hi hat and contrabass. The piece is ten minutes in duration.
Here is a photo of Walden Pond at dusk.
I composed this one minute piece in 2002 for Chinary Ung’s 60th birthday concert. The piece is titled for chinary and it is for clarinet and percussionist (marimba and vibes). It’s really a study but I would like one day to … Continue reading
This is the opening of a piece I composed in 1981 titled A Ray of Rattle, performed by The Performer’s Workshop Ensemble. The piece explores transforming a simple and pure sound, the octave, into a complex sound. As the octaves … Continue reading