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American poet, Witter Bynner (1881-1968), was never tied to any one poetic movement and forged professional and personal relationships with many of the leading poets of his time, including Ezra Pound, Amy
Fast Track is a celebratory piece for wind ensemble, and the title is an apt description of the work as a whole. The piece begins with a brass flourish that provides us entrée into a relentless and
A setting of the hymn text by William Cowper (1731-1800)
A setting of the hymn text by William Cowper in a intricate contrapuntal style that implore's God's healing. The final meditative and tranquil setting of "waiting to feel Thy touch" brings us to a state of
I composed this piece in a modernist style (old fashioned now!) that demonstrates the tall range of the oboe, its multiphonic possibilities, laser-precise characteristics of articulation, lyricism, and
A setting of a remarkable poem by Sherry Fairchok, a Pennsylvania native, entitled "Ode to Coal." In her poem she evokes imagery of "an ancient frozen lake, a black stone palace, a mountain of buried
Text from Euripedes' play MEDEA in a new translation by Ben Power (2014 by Faber &Faber). Used by permission. Contact the composer to acquire the stereo accompaniment files.
Composed without reference to a program or extra-musical concept, this piece of absolute music was an exercise in what I love the most about chamber music: evolving relationships and good counterpoint. As
A two movement tone poem for full orchestra that paints an abstract about the metamorphic life of a butterfly and our own human development - from chrysalis to fully formed beauty. The second movement
This piece takes its inspiration from John Gould Fletcher's poem, "Memory: The Walk on the Beach." The poem contains elegant and poignant images of love, loss and nostalgia. Rhetorical elements in
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