* = normal extra instrument (e.g., 3* = 2 ﬂutes, piccolo)
/ = normal alternating instrument (e.g., 3/ = 3 ﬂutes, 3rd alt. piccolo)
Agnus Dei. SATB, orchestra, 15′. Commissioned by the Mendelssohn Club of Philadelphia, Paul Rardin, Artistic Director, to complement the Mozart Great Mass in C minor. Completed 24 August 2015. Premiered 18 October 2015, The Church of the Holy Trinity, Rittenhouse Square, Philadelphia by the Mendelssohn Club of Philadelphia and the Symphony in C, conducted by Paul Rardin
Alabanza. 2003. medium voice, violin, piano, 3 latin perc, double bass–18.104.22.168–22.214.171.124–timp.2perc–str. 6′
And Seeing the Multitudes. 2015. solo cello–2+pic, 2,2,2—4,3,3,1—timp+3(incl marimba)—piano, harp—solo cello—strings. 20′
The Bremen Town Musicians. 2016. 126.96.36.199–188.8.131.52–1perc–narr–str. 8′
Chorale Fantasies from Vespers. 2015. 0.2.0.1–184.108.40.206–str. 10’.
Chorale for Orchestra. 2000. 3(3rd/pic).2.2.2–220.127.116.11–timp.3perc–str. 11′
Concerto for Trombone and Orchestra. 1991. solo trombone–2*.2*.2*.2–18.104.22.168–timp.perc–pno–str. 28′. Review
Four French Carols. 2002. 3*.3*.2.2–22.214.171.124–timp.2perc–str. 12′
1. A Cry Went Up at Midnight Full score
2. Bring a Torch, Jeanette, Isabella Full score
3. Saw You Never Full score
4. O Come, Divine Messiah Full score
Four French Carols. 2004. str. 12′
1. A Cry Went Up at Midnight
4. O Come, Divine Messiah
Gold and Silver. 2014. 3*.2.2.3*(opt cbn)–126.96.36.199–timp.2perc (incl glock)–str. 7′. Full score. Commissioned by the Helena Symphony for its 60th anniversary, and in honor of the 150th anniversary of the City of Helena. Premiered 19 July 2014, Helena Symphony, Allan R. Scott conducting, Carroll College, Helena, Montana.
Hymn and Fugue No. 1. str. 8′. Review
Jubilate Deo, for chamber orchestra. 2022. 2222–2200–timp–str, 5’30”. Premiered 22 Oct 2022 by the Susquehanna Symphony Orchestra, Sheldon Bair conducting.
Jubilate Deo, for string orchestra. 2020. str. 5’30”. Premiered 9 May 2020 by the strings of the Temple University Music Preparatory Division, Temple University Performing Arts Center, Aaron Picht conducting.
A Mighty Fortress. 2004. 188.8.131.52–184.108.40.206–timp.1perc–unison voices–str. 12′
Poems of Gerard Manley Hopkins. 2000. solo high voice–220.127.116.11–18.104.22.168–str. 11′
1. Spring and Fall
2. As kingfishers catch fire
3. Henry Purcell
Psalm 46. 2004. solo baritone–2*.2.2.2–22.214.171.124–timp.1perc–SATB–str. 14′
Excerpt 1, The nations rage
Excerpt 2, The God of Jacob
2. O Virgin, Shining Brightly
3. Splendid Star on the Mountain
4. Our Queen above All Heavens
5. We Hasten to Death
Rise Up, Shepherd, and Follow. SATB–126.96.36.199–188.8.131.52–timp.1perc–str) 4′. Hal Leonard
Song of the Angels. 2014. 184.108.40.206–220.127.116.11–timp.tri–str, 7’30″ Full Score. For the Cairn University Orchestra, Joseph Caminiti, music director, in honor of the 100th Anniversity of Cairn University. Premiered 9 May 2014, Cairn University, Langhorne, Pa. And one cried unto another, and said, Holy, holy, holy is the Lord of Hosts: the whole earth is full of His glory. Isaiah 6:3
Susquehanna. 2017. 3*.3*.3*.2–18.104.22.168–timp.3–str. 8′. Commissioned for the 40th Anniversary of the Susquehanna Symphony Orchestra, Sheldon Bair, Founder and Music Director. Premiered 4 March 2017, Bel Air, Maryland.
Symphony: Lumen ad revelationem. 2002. 22.214.171.124–2.2–1perc–str. 22′ Review
Commissioned by the Lehigh Valley Chamber Orchestra, Donald Spieth, Music Director, and premiered by them on February 15th and 16th, 2002, at Muhlenberg College in Allentown, Pa.
1. Lumen ad revelationem
2. Passer invenit sibi domum
3. The Lord God is a sun and shield
2. Waltz Full score
3. Fuguing Tune Full score
3. Fuguing tune
Three Dances, for string orchestra. 2013. 12′
Vespers for a Bach Orchestra. 2017. 2 Oboes da caccia, 2 Horns, Organ, Strings. 20′