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  • Tatiana's Song by Jody Nagel (See Catalog.)
        (electronic realization) (627K, 2:40)
     
  • Accomplice: Miniature Suite for Flute and Trumpet by Jody Nagel (See Catalog.)
    1. Poco maestoso (1:53, 442 K.)
    2. Vivace (1:18, 307 K.)
    3. Adagio (2:25, 567 K.)
    4. Allegro (2:18, 542 K.)
       Martha Councell, flute;
       Peter J. Wood, trumpet;
     
  • Three Universes by Jody Nagel (See Catalog.)
    1. Suns Burning Into Time
    (3:07, 367 K.)
    2. Hummingbirds (2:30, 367 K.)
    3. Flags Wave (3:40, 367 K.)
       George Wolfe, Alto Saxophone;
       Jody Nagel, Algorithmically-generated electronic sounds;
       Craig Priebe, Narrator.
       Click to see Three Universes, Lyrics.
     
  • Eärendil by Mark Schultz. (See Catalog.)
    Electro-Acoustic Recital Series (EARS) Concert, spring, 1987, The University of Texas at Austin. Dana Bishop, flute. timing: (7:23). size: (1721 K.)
     
  • Music featuring Horn plus Clarinet.
    Ashfall (1995) by Mark Schultz. (See Catalog.)
    for clarinet, horn and percussion. from the CD "Shared Spaces" (Equilibrium EQ68). Kelly Burke, clarinet; Lynn Beck, horn; Wiley Sykes and John Beck, percussion. © 2004 by John R. Beck.
    (45 seconds, 174 K.)
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    The Melon Patch (excerpt) (1996) by Mark Schultz. (See Catalog.)
    for clarinet, horn, narrator and percussion. Premiere performance by Opus'90
    (9 minutes, 2370 K.)
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    Crossing the Rubicon (1999) by Jody Nagel (See Catalog.)
    for clarinet, horn and 1 (or 2) percussion. 7 movements, electronic realization.
    1. Aggressive, insistent, heavily accented (1:10, 274 K.)
    2. Quick and agile (0:54, 203 K.)
    3. Sonorous and assertive (1:15, 294 K.)
    4. Tormented (1:43, 389 K.)
    5. Fanfare (1:50, 424 K.)
    6. Very fast (1:12, 270 K.)
    7. Procession (2:13, 520 K.)
     
  • Voyage of Discovery by Jody Nagel. (See Catalog.)
    November 18, 2001, Ball State University Wind Ensemble, Joseph Scagnoli, conductor.
    (8.75 minutes, 1992 K.)
     
  • Improvisation by Jody Nagel and Ralph Johnson.
    Premiered April 1, 2001, Ralph Johnson, Percussion. Jody Nagel, Computer.
    (11 minutes, 1635 K.)
     
  • Slither by Jody Nagel. (See Catalog.)
    Commissioned and premiered June 3 & 4, 2000, by the Danish Chamber Players, Stephen Montague, conductor, Toreby L, Denmark.  
    (26-second excerpt, 68 K.)
     
  • Flaming Like the Wild Roses by Mark Schultz. (See Catalog.)
    Commissioned and premiered June 3 & 4, 2000, by the Danish Chamber Players, Stephen Montague, conductor, Toreby L, Denmark.  
    (68-second excerpt, 168 K.)
     
  • Caweinlair by Mark Schultz. (See Catalog.)
    Played October 12, 2000 at the 2000 Nebraska Music Teacher's Association State Convention. Diane Cawein, clarinet; Mark Clinton, piano.  
    (117-second excerpt, 288 K.)
     
  • Hymns to Soma (2nd movement) by Jody Nagel. (See Catalog.)
    Premiered July 8, 2000 at The 12th World Saxophone Congress, University of Québec à Montréal, Montréal, Canada. George Wolfe, Alto Saxophone; Jody Nagel, Algorithmically-generated electronic sounds; Martin Dagenais, choir director.
    (3:05, entire movement, 455 K.)
       Click to see Hymns to Soma, Lyrics.
     
  • Kaleidoscope by Jody Nagel. (See Catalog.)
    Gerry Errante, Clarinet; from "Beyond Noend with Errante," Drimala DR 99-347-02.
    "Live" algorithmically-generated electronic sounds using a Korg WaveStation.
    Used by permission from Drimala Recordings. (42-second excerpt, 107 K.)
     
  • Water Grokking by Jody Nagel. (See Catalog.)
    ViKing Lim, piano.
    (3:53, entire movement, 1108 K.)
 
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