Instrumental / Electroacoustic

  1. 2010

  2.  

  3. untitled

  4.     -for The Bad Plus

  5.     -piano, upright bass, drums

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  7. Techno Music for Bassoon and Electronica (13.5’)

  8.     excerpt (live at Duke University)

  9.     -for Rachael Elliott - electronics are derived entirely from recordings of Rachael’s bassoon, clapping, and breathing.

  10.     -bassoon and electronica

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  12. Cut Time Shout (Alex Kotch Hott Remix)

  13.     -for the Duke New Music Ensemble

  14.     -flute, clarinet, trumpet, horn, trombone, marimba, glockenspiel, string quartet + electronica

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  16. untitled  (9’)

  17.     -clarinet, horn, cello, banjo, piano and solo dancer

  18.  

  19. music for Moliére’s The Miser

  20.     -collaborated with David Garner on a live score to this play, presented at Duke in April 2010

  21.     -for clarinet, horn, cello, banjo

  22.  

  23. Pas de deux  (10’)

  24.     excerpt from Rachael Elliott’s upcoming album (Fancher + Elliott)

  25.     -for EAR Duo (saxophone, bassoon, electronica)

  26.     -Premiere: April 5, 2010 at Duke University by Susan Fancher (sax) and Rachael Elliott (bassoon)

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  28. 2009

  29.  

  30. AH!

  31.     -collaborative, multimedia opera

  32.     -Premiere September 16-18, 2009 at the REDCAT in Los Angeles


  33. Backbeat Etude (96”)

  34.     (recording: Michael Straus and Griffin Campbell live at Louisiana State University, November 2009)

  35.     -alto and tenor saxophones and electronica

  36.     -written for the Campbell-Straus Saxophone Duo

  37.     -Premiere November 1-5, 2009 in Louisiana

  38.  

  39.     MIDI demo (keyboard MIDI + electronica)

  40.     -version for alto saxophone, bassoon, and electronica written for rare degree

  41.     -Premiere: January 12-20, 2010 along the US East Coast

  42.  

  43. Soft Machine  (15’)

  44.     excerpt 1   excerpt 2    excerpt 3  (Silvia Lenzi, cello)

  45.     -amplified cello, dancer, and electronica

  46.     -commissioned by Silvia Lenzi and Anne Dreyfus

  47.     -Premiere (cello and electronica): April 3, 2009 at L’Archipel in Paris

  48.     -Premiere with dancer at Le Generateur in Paris on February 13-15, 2010

  49.     MORE INFO

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  51. Polyptoton  (7’)

  52.     excerpt (Nicolas Prost)

  53.     -tenor saxophone and drum set

  54.     -commissioned by Nicolas Prost for Jean-Yves Chevalier

  55.     -Premiere: January 31, 2009 in L’hay les roses, France

  56.     MORE INFO

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  58.     -version for tenor sax and electronica

  59.     full    excerpt 1    excerpt 2  (Susan Fancher)

  60.     -written for Susan Fancher

  61.     -Premiere: November 13, 2009 at Duke University

  62.     MORE INFO

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  64. 2008

  65.  

  66. Generation Next (7')

  67.     -large saxophone ensemble or sextet: soprano, 3 altos, tenor, baritone

  68.     -commissioned by Nicolas Prost for the Third Festival Saxophones en Fête

  69.     -Premiere: February 1, 2009 in Paris, France

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  71. Concert House  (8.5')

  72.     notes (pdf)

  73.     excerpt 1    excerpt 2    excerpt 3

  74.     -flute, clarinet, violin, cello, piano, sample pad or pre-recorded electronica

  75.     -written for the eighth blackbird Duke student readings on February 24, 2008

  76.     -Honorable Mention, 2008 ASCAP Morton Gould Young Composer Awards

  77.     -Finalist, Random Access Music’s 2009 Call for Scores

  78.  

  79. nameless, November 2007  (5')

  80.     excerpt

  81.     -clarinet, bass clarinet, tenor saxophone, violin, cello, piano, electronica

  82.     -premiered on April 9, 2008 at Duke University

  83.     MORE INFO

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  85. 2007

  86.  

  87. Reduce, Reuse, Recycle  (8')

  88.     excerpt

  89.     -clarinet/bass clarinet, cello, piano

  90.     -arrangement commissioned by Ensemble Zellig

  91.     MORE INFO

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  93. Reduce, Reuse, Recycle  (8')

  94.     excerpt  (performed by Trio Saxiana, from Nicolas Prost’s 2009 CD on Eroica Recordings JDT 3447)

  95.     -alto saxophone, tenor saxophone, piano

  96.     -commissioned and recorded by Trio Saxiana

  97.     MORE INFO

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  99. 2006

  100.  

  101. At Bay  (10')

  102.     i. ambivalent

  103.             excerpt

  104.     ii. pensive

  105.             excerpt 1    excerpt 2

  106.     iii. bold

  107.             excerpt

  108.     -violin, cello, piano

  109.     -premiered by the Arensky Trio, California Summer Music, summer 2006

  110.     -winner, Juventas 2006 Call For Scores

  111.     MORE INFO

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  113. Context  (6')

  114.     excerpt

  115.     -marimba quartet

  116.     -premiered by the Norfolk Contemporary Ensemble, Norfolk Chamber Music Festival (June 2006)

  117.     -performed by the Sam Houston State University Percussion Ensemble (April 2008)

  118.     -choreographed and performed by dancers at Sam Houston State University (May 2008)

  119.  

  120. Fragments  (3')

  121.      excerpt

  122.     -flute, bass clarinet, violin, piano, 2 percussionists

  123.     -premiered by the Norfolk Contemporary Ensemble, conducted by Lisa Moore, at the Norfolk Chamber

  124.      Music Festival (June 2006)

  125.  

  126. t r a c k s  (15')

  127.     excerpt 1    excerpt 2

  128.     -chamber orchestra, electronics

  129.     -premiered by Brown New Music at Brown University (May 2006)

  130.  

  131. No one will be watching us Mix  (4½')

  132.     -clean radio mix of my sound-art installation, No one will be watching us

  133.     -features the voices of my talented singing and acting friends from Brown University

  134.  

  135. Susurrus  (5½')

  136.      -cello, percussion, live electronics

  137.      -premiered by Odd Appetite, Brown University, April 2006

  138.  

  139. 2005

  140.  

  141. The Way Home  (4')

  142.      excerpt

  143.      -solo piano

  144.      -premiered by Andrew Aziz, Brown University, December 2005

  145.  

  146. Underneath  (6.5')

  147.      -flute, clarinet, violin, cello, piano, vibraphone, percussion

  148.      -premiered by the Itch ensemble, Brevard Music Festival, June 2005

  149.  

  150. Earlier Works

  151.  

  152. a music on subjectivity (2005);  3'

  153.      -full orchestra

  154.      -read by the Repertory Symphony Orchestra, Brevard Music Festival, July 2005

  155.  

  156. Tonal Durations (2004);  10'

  157.      -string quartet

  158.      -premiered by the Aubade Quartet, Brevard Music Festival, July 2005

  159.  

  160. In Progress

  161.  

  162. --Dissertation Dance Party! (April 6, 2012 at the Duke Coffeehouse)

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