For solo cello. First printing. Five etudes: Man O'War (Improvisation); Atlantis (Rhapsodic Variations); Sea Serpents (Scherzo); Fish Heaven (Song) and Crabs On Parade
Fields is a dynamic, advanced concert solo for five-octave marimba. Its three movements include free passages with wistful chorales and sections comprising smooth connect rolls. In contrast,
For solo cello. One movement work. Premiered by Robert Martin in Taipei, January 1971. Duration: ca. 7'. Score, 8 p.
For double antiphonal mixed choruses, a cappella. Text by May Swenson. Choral octavo.
This work for unaccompanied soprano saxophone was written at the request of British star saxophonist Amy Dickson, who requested several composer friends write short works in response to the COVID-19 global
For solo flute. Reprint from the 1974 edition published by the Piedmont Music Company. One movement. Duration: ca. 5'. Score, 3 p.
For solo cello. One movement work. Premiered in New York, September 1990. Based on a poem by Earle Birney. Score, 8 p.
For solo violin. Suite No. 1 (1977): Prelude; Perpetuum mobile; Valse obsedee; Sarabande and Presto ... view details
The pieces in Warren Benson's one-of-a-kind liturgical, choral "activity book" (for lack of a better term) are meant to be sung, used, enjoyed, admired, and drawn from as a well. This never-before-published
For solo cello. Printed from manuscript. Four movements. Score, 14 p.
For unaccompanied SATB chorus. First printing. Commissioned by the New York Virtuoso Singers and its conductor Harold Rosenbaum for the Singers' 25th Anniversary. Text by William