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Instrumental and Chamber Works

String Quartet

Prisms (1993), String Quartet No. 1, duration:  20 minutes.  Commissioned and premiered by the Stockholm String Quartet, Borssalen Concert Hall, Stockholm, Sweden       

Songs of the Night Wind (1999), String Quartet No. 2, string quartet and baritone, duration: 18 minutes.  Text by Carl Sandburg.  Commissioned and premiered by the Stockholm String Quartet, Olle Persson, baritone.                                                           


Brass Quintet No. 1, two trumpets, French horn, trombone, tuba, duration: 12 minutes.
Premiered by the Colorado Brass Quintet, University of Colorado, Boulder, no longer in print.

Christmas Reflections (2006), Brass Octet or Brass Quintet, duration: 7 minutes.  Premiered by Borealis Brass Octet, American Academy, Rome, Italy                           

Ravel's Garden (1992), soprano saxophone and piano, duration:  12 minutes.  Commissioned by saxophonist Charles Rochester Young, premiered with Tom Linker, pianist, Entourage Eclat Concert Series, St. Paul, Minnesota.                              


Sunrise at Tapatio (1985), solo flute, duration:  5 minutes.  Premiered by Anne Sponberg, University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado        

Sicilian Lullaby (2002), five flutes and soprano, or six flutes (from Whispers Song Cycle), duration: 4 minutes.  Premiered by ControCanto - Italian Flute Ensemble (6 flutes), Vilma Campitelli, director, Chiesa di Santa, Rome, Italy, Donne in Musica.    

Meadows (2005), solo flute for flute alone or with mixed media, duration:  6 minutes.

Wind Ensemble

Requiem for Fallen Stars (1991), double woodwind quintet and piano, duration: 10 minutes.  Premiered by Harmonia Mundi, J. Michele Edwards, conductor, Janet Wallace Fine Arts Center, Macalester College.    

Sedona Sunrise (2008), wind ensemble and percussion, 100 members, duration:  7 minutes.  Premiered by Banda Carbinieri, Col. Massimo Martinelli, conductor, Rome, Italy     
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