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For soprano sax solo and wind ensemble. First Printing. Commissioned by a consortium of ensembles. Premiered on October 23, 2007 by the Dallas Wind Symphony. A five-movement work: Prelude; Felt; Metal;
For clarinet & percussion quartet. A challenging and fast-paced work in one movement. Score, 11 p. and parts.
For concert band. Commissioned by the University of North Carolina, Greensboro, and a consortium of other schools. Premiered in Greensboro, March 2013. Music inspired by Mount McKinley in Alaska. Oversized,
A brilliant fanfare introduces this work in the same grand manner as a colorful circus ringmaster. Then comes a dazzling and energetic display of harmonic and technical energy that has all the thrills and
A kingfisher is a bird with beautiful, brilliantly colored feathers that look in sunlight as if they are on fire. Kingfishers are extremely shy birds and are rarely seen, but when they are seen, they are
Inspired by a massive work of art in which steel rods are placed over a large expanse of desert, drawing lightning strikes and creating powerful man-made electrical storms. This work draws on
A rhythmic tour de force for concert band that focuses on the percussion section and includes a part for six tom-toms. The music reflects a love of progressive metal bands and features a pulsating and
For wind ensemble. First printing. Commissioned by the Senzoku Wind Symphony at the Senzoku Gauken College of Music. Includes a program note. One movement. Duration: ca. 9'. Spiral bound score, 61 p.
For concert band. First printing. Commissioned by Kappa Kappa Psi and Tau Beta Sigma. Premiered in July 2013 by the 2013 National Intercollegiate Band. One movement work.
The fourth movement of The Soul Has Many Motions, this boisterous piece is a great way to bring your performance to a resounding finish! A rambunctious circus march-style piece, it
The atmosphere of courtly intrigue and suspense is created from the very beginning with soft murmuring whispers that introduce the unfolding drama. Ripples of sound grow and spread, rising in intensity as
For wind ensemble. First printing. In one movement. Commissioned by and dedicated to the United States Army Field Band. The music calls for a large band with seven percussionists. Parts are available on