Instrumental

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  • And Hope Lives OnAnd Hope Lives On Cover

    And Hope Lives On (2007) for Trumpet and Piano [3:00]

  • At PrayerAt Prayer Cover

    At Prayer (2011) for String Orchestra [5:00] ~ Transcription of Mind, Body, Soul At Prayer for Alto Solo and TBB Choir ~ Also available as a transcription for SSAA Choir ~ 8.5 X 11 score and set of 5 parts

  • b e t w e e nb e t w e e n  Cover

    b e t w e e n (2011) for Flute and Marimba [6:30] I. d i s t a n c e II. nearness

  • Clamor Cordis Deo (Clarinet Trio)Clamor Cordis Deo (Clarinet Trio) Cover

    Clamor Cordis Deo (2011) for Clarinet Trio [6:30] ~ Transcription of Clamor Cordis Deo for Piano Trio ~ Also available as a transcription for Wind Ensemble             Program Notes: Clamor Cordis Deo (“A Cry of

  • Clamor Cordis Deo (Piano Trio)Clamor Cordis Deo (Piano Trio) Cover

    Clamor Cordis Deo (2011) for Piano Trio [6:30] ~ Also available as a transcription for Clarinet Trio or Wind Ensemble           Program Notes: Clamor Cordis Deo (“A Cry of the Heart to God”) was composed during

  • Clamor Cordis Deo (Wind Ensemble)Clamor Cordis Deo (Band) Cover

    Clamor Cordis Deo (2011) for Wind Ensemble [6:30] ~ Transcription of Clamor Cordis Deo for Piano Trio ~ Also available for Clarinet Trio ~ 8.5 X 14 or 11 X 17 score and set of 35 parts plus optional E-flat

  • ContraFUNctus IContraFUNctus I Cover

    ContraFUNctus I (2009) for Piano [2:00] I. Invention No. 1 in A Minor II. Invention No. 2 in Chromatic Third Relationships III. Sinfonia in C Phrygian

  • EscapadesEscapades Cover

    Escapades (2007-2008) for Piano [12:00] I. Prelude II. First Impressions III. One Point Two IV. Twenty and Six Octopi V. Mischief Afoot VI. Common Tone Diminished Seventh Sonata  

  • Forevergreen (Orchestra)Forevergreen (Orchestra) Cover

    Forevergreen (2011) for Alto Soloist and Orchestra [5:30] ~ 8.5 X 14 score, 8.5 X 11 vocal score, and set of 23 parts ~ Also available as a transcription for Alto and Piano Forevergreen by Melody Dawning He stands alone,

  • Playground PiecePlayground Piece Cover

    Playground Piece (2011) for Woodwind Quintet and Mallet Percussion [2:00] ~ Piccolo, E-flat Clarinet (optional B-flat), Oboe, Horn, Bassoon, Xylophone, and Marimba   Program Notes: My front door opens on a small playground where I often hear children from my

  • PreciousPrecious Cover

    Precious (2013) for Wind Ensemble [6:00] I. Behind And Before II. Wonderfully Made ~ A speech transcription of Psalm 139 ~ Second in the Psalm Series ~ 11 X 17 score and set of 34 parts   To my future children: I love

  • Prelude To EternityPrelude To Eternity Cover

    Prelude To Eternity (2009) for Orchestra [9:00] ~ 8.5 X 14 score and set of 28 parts     Program Notes: The title Prelude To Eternity is a poetic expression for death. The idea behind the work is that for

  • ProclaimProclaim Cover

    Proclaim (2013) for Wind Ensemble [6:00] I. The Heavens Declare II. The Law Of The Lord ~ A speech transcription of Psalm 19 ~ First in the Psalm Series ~ 11 X 17 score and set of 34 parts (Piccolo featured as a

  • PromisePromise Cover

    Promise (2015) for Wind Ensemble [7:00] I. I Cried Out II. I Will Remember ~ A speech transcription of Psalm 77 ~ Fourth in the Psalm Series ~ 11 X 17 score and set of 34 parts   To the man to whom

  • ProtectProtect Cover

    Protect (2014) for Wind Ensemble [8:30] I. May The Lord II. He Who Dwells ~ A speech transcription of Psalms 20 and 91 ~ Third in the Psalm Series ~ 11 X 17 score and set of 34 parts   To my parents:

  • Reflect and RejoiceReflect and Rejoice Cover

    Reflect and Rejoice (2011) for Clarinet, Trumpet, and Piano [3:30]

  • Sax-chaconneSax-chaconne Cover

    Sax-chaconne (2010) for Saxophone Quartet [8:00]       Program Notes: Although Sax-chaconne is not a true chaconne in the strictest sense, it is based on the principle of the repetition and variation of a single musical idea, in this

  • Sonata for Clarinet and PianoClarinet Sonata Cover

    Sonata (2008) for Clarinet and Piano [18:00] I. Largo Espressivo – Allegro Vivo II. Moderato Teneramente III. Presto Ritmico Movement II is also available as a transcription for Clarinet and Orchestra under the title Sonnet. Program Notes: Sonata for Clarinet

  • Sonnet for Clarinet and OrchestraSonnet for Clarinet and Orchestra Cover

    Sonnet (2016) for Clarinet and Orchestra [6:00] ~ Transcription of Movement II of Sonata for Clarinet and Piano ~ 8.5 X 14 score and set of 24 parts

  • Sui GenerisSui Generis Cover

    Sui Generis (2009) for Trumpet and Piano [7:00] Program Notes: Sui Generis (Latin for “one-of-a-kind” or “in a class of its own”) was composed in April of 2009 for Andrew Classen, professor of trumpet and jazz studies at Drake University,

  • The Chatoyant QuartetThe Chatoyant Quartet Cover

    The Chatoyant Quartet (2005) for Brass Quartet [2:30]

  • The Heavens Resplendent At TwilightThe Heavens Resplendent At Twilight Cover

    The Heavens Resplendent At Twilight (2008) for Six Trumpets in B-flat [7:30]  

  • Theme and Variations for TrumpianoTheme and Variations for Trumpiano Cover

    Theme and Variations (2007) for Trumpiano [8:00] (Trumpiano: Trumpet and Piano played simultaneously by one performer)  

  • Unexpected ConnectionsUnexpected Connections Cover

    Unexpected Connections (2012) for Concert Band (with optional Bassoon feature) [4:00] ~ Commissioned by Brad Lampe and the Clarke Community High School Concert Band ~ 8.5 X 11 score and set of 29 parts plus Baritone in Treble Clef (originally in

  • VariationanigansVariationanigans Cover

    Variationanigans (2012) for Piano [6:00]

  • YAHWEHYAHWEH Cover

    YAHWEH (2011) for Wind Ensemble [28:00] I. Jehovah Shammah (“I am the God who is always there”) II. Jehovah Rapha (“I am the God who heals”) III. El Shaddai (“I am your all powerful God”) IV. Jehovah Roi (“I am

  • …as in a mirror…...as in a mirror... Cover

    …as in a mirror… (2012) for Percussion Ensemble [7:00]             Program Notes: The title of this work comes from 1 Corinthians 13:12, which says: “Now we see but a poor reflection as in a mirror;