An intense work with much color provided by the significant role of mallets. A transparent opening leads to a more agitated section followed by an introspective, lyrical center section. Intensity returns,
2016 marked the centenary of the hymn Jerusalem, which marries the words of William Blake's poem 'And did those feet in ancient time' with music composed by Sir Hubert Parry. The hymn, with its
An intense, moving composition, written in memory of the mother of a dear friend. Flowing lines, wonderful orchestration.
A re-imagining of this popular folk song introduces several thematic motifs inspired by the original melody. Filled with hemiolas and time signature changes, it is playful and full of folly.
A lyrical remembrance, very moving, fluid work.
Beautifully orchestrated programmatic work depicting the inner goodness of Superman as he grew up in Kansas. A lyrical piece.
High-energy work dedicated to those serving in U.S. Air Force Rapid Global Mobility. They lift up, literally and figuratively, those in need. Great opener.
Takes the listener on a journey consisting of several highly contrasting sections- a musical synopsis of the life and loves of a single person.
This is a programmatic piece about a post nuclear apocalyptic Earth, yet a warm and visual work of hope for humanity.
A Greek prayer followed by a high energy, fun, dance conclusion. The music gradually increases in excitement and tempo ending in a frenetic explosion best described as a love of life the people of Greece