Originally commissioned by the United States Marine Band of Washington, D.C., Col. John R. Bourgeois, conductor, this fantasy-march is based upon “The Marine's Hymn,” and serves as a
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,
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Premiered at the 2015 National Flute Association Convention with flutist Penny Fischer and pianist Martha Fischer.
For violin, cello & piano. Commissioned by Haydn 2009. Two movements. Score, 22 p. and parts.
Five preludes for piano. Dedicated to David Chaitkin. Includes a program note. Score, 10 p.
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For violin & piano. Reprinted from the original edition. Commissioned by the publishers on the occasion of the 25th anniversary of the League of Composers. Score, 15 p. ... view details
For 2 violins, viola & cello. First printing. Score, 35 p. and parts.
For solo violin. Suite No. 1 (1977): Prelude; Perpetuum mobile; Valse obsedee; Sarabande and Presto ... view details
William Bolcom's Trombone Concerto was premiered by the New York Philharmonic with Joseph Alessi as soloist. Since then the composer has also added a band transcription, so the concerto may be played with