Emotive, lyrical piece written in memory of Dr. Pamela M. Jolicoeur, a former president of Concordia College in Moorhead, Minnesota. Original themes and motives draw on a Bach chorale and a Chinese folk
Set of variations for Euphonium and Piano based on Patriotica Costarricense, a song by Costa Rican composer Manuel Maria Gutierrez Flores considered by many to be the second national anthem of that country.
Lyrical concert piece with prominent roles for solo trumpet and all woodwind principals. Three themes alternate as they build toward a climactic statement and calming resolution.
Concert march in the tradition of Sousa but with some unexpected twists. Begins in a fiery, dramatic mood reminiscent of Kozhevnikov or Shostakovich, and ends with the connotation of a fun day at the
Characteristic recital piece for trombone in one movement. Heroic and romantic melodies are supported by lush harmonies to evoke a cinematic sense of adventure.
Original suite for brass choir in four contrasting movements: an opening Fanfare, a reflective Meditation, a fiery Intermezzo, and a dramatic Finale.
Fun excursion for sax quartet in three different dances: an initial habanera, a charming waltz in the middle, and a closing dance in a general up-tempo Latin feel, grounded in tango rhythms.
5-minute concert piece that transforms a mysterious four-note motive into a majestic soundscape. Relentless forward motion is powered by a driving ostinato in the keyboard instruments. Great showcase for a
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