"Millennium Suite" features an intriguing mix of soaring Baroque and Classical elements with a 21st Century twist! The 'Festival Fanfare' is lively and triumphant in contrast to the lyrical,
Experience the sounds and life of ancient Egypt in this exciting piece for full orchestra. Intricate rhythms and soaring melodies make this a stunning addition to your next concert. Ample percussion and
"On the Ground Where We Live" for full orchestra (1111 - 3321 - tmp+2 - str) was composed in 2005. Duration: ca. 10'. The piece evokes the sense of walking through the community of an old town or city,
This invigorating overture is a celebration of achievement and seeks to portray the feeling of standing on top of the world. Featuring memorable themes and vibrant fanfares, this is a powerful way to begin
"Serendipity" is written for strings and woodwinds no brass. "Serendipity" is defined as a "happy accident." In this composition I attempted to recreate the idea of an accidental meaningful occurrence
Depicting stunning points of interest, the history, and the geology of southern Orange County, California, this piece takes the listener on a musical tour of three of the composer’s favorite places.
"Aethelinda" is Welsh for "dragon." This programmatic piece invokes the energy and power of a great winged beast as it awakens from its slumber to wreak havoc on the countryside. Opening with a low
This original composition, geared toward teaching the sections of the orchestra, features haunting melodies and clashes of bold chords intertwined with moments of tranquility and wonder. Every section of
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