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Monthly Archives: December 2011
This clip is the opening of a piece I am working on for clarinet and piano. Mostly, the two parts are in separate meters, occasionally coming together. I don’t even have a title.
This is a midi realization of a fragment of a piece (2:00) I began working on in 2001 but is unfinished. Since then I have worked out this idea in different ways. The catalyst for this particular piece for violin … Continue reading
The Emperor’s Music was composed for the brass section of the Brooklyn Symphony Orchestra. It is an antiphonal piece comprised of four groups: I. trumpet, horn, trombone; II. trumpet, horn, trombone; III. trumpet, horn, bass trombone; and IV. trumpet, horn, … Continue reading