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  Title Year Instrumentation Description Price
  Jagger Dance
Full Orchestral Version
arr. 1998 3-2-3-2, 4-2-3-1, Timpani,
2 Percussion, Strings
Most recently performed September 22, 2000 in Puerto Rico. Puerto Rico Symphony Orchestra. Roberto González, director. This piece was written in 1994, and was originally scored for chamber orchestra.
5 minutes, 1 movement.
$49.50
 
Orchestral
parts
rental
$275
new Scenes from the Styx 1999 8-Part Cello Orchestra This piece was premiered June 2, 2000 at World Cello Congress III at Towson University in Baltimore. It was performed by the Towson University/Maryland Cello Ensemble; Sheldon Bair, conductor; Cecylia Barczyk, director.
13 minutes, 1 movement.
$39.50
 
Orchestral
parts
rental
$175
  Theseus and the Minotaur (1)
Full Orchestral Version
arr. 1998 2-2-3-2, 4-2-2-1,
3 Percussion, Strings
Most recently performed November 19, 2000, in Pennsylvania by the Harford Youth Orchestra. Sheldon Bair, director.
6 minutes, 1 movement.
$49.50
 
Orchestral
parts
rental
$275
  Theseus and the Minotaur (2)
String Orchestral Version
1997 String Orchestra This piece was originally composed for string orchestra. It was commissioned by the Natchitoches Louisiana Central High School String Orchestra, Karen Townsend, Director.)
6 minutes, 1 movement.
$39.50
 
Orchestral
parts
rental
$175
  Minnesota Overture (1)
Full Orchestral Version
arr. 1998 3-2-3-2, 4-3-2-1
Piano,
3 Percussion, Strings
Originally composed for strings, 3 percussion and piano in 1996.
3 minutes, 1 movement.
$49.50
 
Orchestral
parts
rental
$275
  Minnesota Overture (2)
Version for Strings, Piano, 3 Percussion
1996 Piano,
3 Percussion, Strings
This original version was commissioned by the Lake Superior Chamber Orchestra, Duluth, MN. It was premiered by them June 26, 1996, Warren Friesen, director.
3 minutes, 1 movement.
$39.50
 
Orchestral
parts
rental
$175
new The Handmaiden Nymphs Dance for Persephone
(with fond thoughts of the "Ouverture miniature" from Tschaikowsky's "The Nutcracker")
2001 Piccolo, 2 Flutes, 2 Oboes, 2 Clarinets in B-flat, 2 Bassoons, 4 Horns in F, 2 Trumpets, Glockenspiel, Triangle, Crash Cymbals, Harp, Celesta, Strings from an intended two-act ballet, Persephone, for Ashley Gaia Nagel
3.25 minutes, 1 movement.
$39.50
 
Orchestral
parts
rental
$175
  Interlude from Fifty-Third Street 1997 3-2-2-2, 4-3-3-1, Timpani,
2 Percussion, Harp, Strings, (optional SATB Chorus)
This interlude comprises Scene 17 of Nagel's two-hour opera, Fifty-Third Street. The interlude was premiered in Muncie, Indiana by the Ball State Symphony Orchestra, November 8, 1998, Leonard Atherton, director.
4.5 minutes, 1 movement.
$39.50
 
Orchestral
parts
rental
$175
  There's a Certain Slant of Light... 1987 Flute (& Piccolo, Alto Flute), Oboe (& English Horn), Clarinet (& Bass Clarinet), Bassoon, Horn, Trumpet, Trombone, Piano (& Celesta), 5 Percussion, Strings Winner of a 1988 ASCAP Young Composer's Award. The title is from a poem by Emily Dickinson. This work was premiered September 29, 1987, by the University of Texas at Austin New Music Enesemble, Dan Welcher, director. This piece was reviewed as a "stand-out premiere...a tight, exciting work" by the Austin American-Statesman Newspaper, 12/30/87.
14.5 minutes, 1 movement.
$49.50
 
Orchestral
parts
rental
$275
  The Titans 1985 3-3-3-3, 4-3-3-1,
Harp, Timpani,
6 Percussion, Strings
Densely textured, powerful, dodecaphonic.
10 minutes, 1 movement.
$49.50
 
Orchestral
parts
rental
$275
  Composition for String Orchestra 1984 (rev. 1994) String Orchestra 4 minutes, 1 movement. $29.50
 
Orchestral
parts
rental
$75
 
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