New Music for 2015

2015 has been good, compositionally. I started right off on January 1 with an arrangement of a work I wrote for Christmas 2014 and have written something every month since. Here’s the list through early August. There’s sure to be more coming!

From the Orient – arr. trumpet, bassoon, piano

How brightly shines the morning star – handbells, handchimes

Glory, Laud – 3-octave handbells, harp

Improvisation on O Sacred Head, Sore Wounded – 3-octave handbells, harp

Opening Acclamation for Easter – cantor, congregation

Psalm 118 with Hosannas – cantor, congregation

Lord, enthroned in heavenly splendor – satb choir, organ

Holy, Holy, Holy – 3-octave handbells

Spring Carol – oboe, bassoon, piano

Greensleeves –¬†oboe, bassoon, piano

Across the Water –¬†oboe, bassoon, piano

It is quiet – satb choir a capella

Two-part Invention – trumpet, trombone, organ

Five Hymn Preludes for organ and piano

Prelude I: Dix

Prelude II: Holy Manna

Prelude III: St. Anne

Prelude IV: Slane

Prelude V: Maoz Tsur Y’shuati

Road Triptych

The Crossroad – satb choir, piano

Road Trip – satb choir a capella

Reflection on the Road – satb choir, piano

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