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  Title Year Instrumentation Description Price
  Rhapsody of
Remembrance
1999 Solo Horn The Rhapsody of Remembrance is cast in a simple ternary form. The outer sections are rhapsodic and mostly lyrical, while the inner section is more percussive and forceful. The work is an expression of the power and mystery of recollection as a phenomenon in the composer's life as well as in the lives of all human beings. The work was composed for virtuoso hornist, Paul Basler. (Note by the composer.)
5 minutes, 1 movement.
$9.50
  October 1999 Flute, Oboe,
Clarinet, Bassoon
9 minutes, 1 movement. $24.50
  Late June 2001 solo Oboe 5 minutes, 1 movement. $9.50
  Three Interplays 1997 Clarinet, Alto Saxophone I. Rhapsody; II. Fantasy; III. Toccata
9 minutes, 3 movements.
$12.50
  Sonata for Five Players 2001 Flute, Oboe, Guitar,
Cello, Harpsichord
13.5 minutes, 1 movement. $27.50

Flory Photo Neil Flory is an active composer and poet. He holds degrees in music from the University of Central Florida, the University of Florida, and the University of Texas at Austin. He has studied with Stella Sung, Budd Udell, James Paul Sain, Donald Grantham, Dan Welcher, and Russell Pinkston. He has composed a variety of works both in the acoustic and electro-acoustic mediums, and his music has been performed across the United States as well as in Europe and South America. One of his electro-acoustic works appears on Volume One of the University of Florida SCI Student Chapter's CD series, and one of his pieces for violin and guitar is available on CD through GuitarPlus Records. Some of his music has been published by Jomar Press and Go Fish Music, and his poetry has appeared in various publications such as Poetry Forum, Alternative Press Magazine, and Mind Matters Review. The composer has performed as a soloist and with a variety of ensembles both as a pianist and as a percussionist. He continues to be an active member of the Society of Composers, Inc. (SCI), and the Society for Electro-Acoustic Music in the United States (SEAMUS). Dr. Flory joined the faculty of the Music Department at Luther College in 2000.

 
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