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    2002

  •   May 19, 2002. Patterns (2001), Premiere. for Flute, Viola and Piano.
    1. Modéré; 2. Vif; 3. Large; 4. Massif
    56th Annual Ball State University School of Music Chamber Music Festival, Minnetrista Cultural Center, Muncie, Indiana. Harold Levin, viola; Julia Larson Mattern, flute; Lori Rhoden, piano. 22 minutes, 4 movements.
  •   May 9, 2002. Kaleidoscope (1996), for Clarinet and Algorithmically-Generated Electronic Accompaniment.
    Peabody Conservatory, Mei-Ju Chen, Clarinet. 5-20 minutes, 1 movement.
  •   January 13, 2002. Gorgons (2001), Premiere. for Trombone, Piano.
    1. Stheno ('strength') Maestoso - Moderato - Maestoso
    2. Medusa ('ruler' or 'queen') Aire: Adagio - Subito Allegro - Adagio
    3. Euryale ('wide-leaping') Andante - Subito Allegro
    Muncie, IN, Ball State University, Faculty Artist Recital. John Seidel, trombone; Lizbeth Seidel, piano. 18 minutes, 3 movements.
  •   January 9, 2002. Bits and Pieces: No. 1 "FM Antiqua" (1999) C-Sound-Generated Stereo Recording. Muncie, IN, Ball State University, 32nd Festival of New Music. 6.5 minutes, 1 movement.
     
    2001

  •   December 21, 2001. Three Universes (1998), for Alto Saxophone, Narrator, and algorithmically-controlled electronically-generated sounds using the Macintosh computer programming application/language "Max 2.2." and two Roland Sound Canvases. Midwest International Band and Orchestra Clinic, Chicago, IL. George Wolfe, Alto Saxophone; Holly Hubbs, Narrator; Algorithmically-controlled electronically-generated sounds on tape. (Poems by George Wolfe, from his collection "Verses Reversus." 1. Suns Burning Into Time; 2. Hummingbirds Saw Stillness; 3. Flags Wave.) 10 minutes, 3 movements. Only the first two movements were played.
  •   December 1, 2001. The Vale of Purple Mist (1994), for Baritone voice, Flute, Clarinet, Alto Saxophone, Trumpet, 2 amplified Acoustic Guitars, Piano, and Percussion. Minnesota State University at Moorhead, Cynthia Miller, director. 12 minutes, 1 movements.
  •   November 18, 2001. Voyage of Discovery (2000) for large wind ensemble. Pruis Hall, Ball State University: Autumn Concert: Joseph Scagnoli, Director. 9 minutes, 1 movement.
  •   November 13, 2001. Three Songs based on poems by Emily Dickinson (1997), Pruis Hall, Ball State University: Faculty Artist Series: Mary Mordue, mezzo-soprano; Mark Mordue, tuba; Barbara Briner-Jones, piano. 7.5 minutes, 3 movements.
  •   November 3, 2001. Hymns to Soma (1999) for SATB Choir, Alto Saxophone, and algorithmically-controlled electronically-generated sounds using the Macintosh computer programming application/language "Max 2.2." and a Roland Sound Canvas. A recording of the piece was presented by George Wolfe during his lecture, "Images of Soma in Hinduism, Judaism and Christianity," at The Society for the Arts, Religion and Contemporary Culture, Episcopal House of the Redeemer, New York, N.Y. 16 minutes, 3 movements.
  •   November 3, 2001. Lifting The Veil (1995) for Two Narrators, Alto Saxophone, and recorded algorithmically-controlled electronically-generated sounds using the Macintosh computer programming application/language "Max 2.2." and a Roland Sound Canvas. The piece was performed by saxophonist George Wolfe at The Society for the Arts, Religion and Contemporary Culture, Episcopal House of the Redeemer, New York, N.Y. 25 minutes, 3 movements.
  •   October 24, 2001. Terminus (2001) Premiere. for Flute, Horn, Piano and Percussion. Commissioned in 2001 by Hard Cor New Music Ensemble - hornist Kent Leslie and percussionist Thomas Harvey. Performed at a DePauw University, School of Music Faculty/Guest Recital. Flute, Anne Reynolds; Horn, Kent Leslie; Piano, Amanda Hopson; Percussion, Thomas Harvey. 14 minutes, 1 movement.
  •   October 13, 2001. The "Crossroads of America" Quartet (2001) Premiere. for Alto Saxophone, Violin, Cello and Piano. (1. Fast and cool; 2. Moderate and dreamy; 3. Quick and zany.) Commissioned in 2001 by Music Teachers National Association (MTNA) and Indiana Music Teachers Association (IMTA). Performed at the Indiana Music Teachers Association Collaborative Arts Recital, Taylor University, Indiana. Kelly Jones, alto saxophone; David Blakley, violin; Sarah Bishop, cello; Dominic Dousa, piano. 14 minutes, 3 movements.
  •   September 30, 2001. Fantasy Ballad (1994) The University of Tennessee. Phylis Secrist, Oboe; Calvin Smith, Horn; Fay Adams piano. 10 minutes, 1 movement.
  •   September 28, 2001. Selections from The Well-Tempered Mode (1976-99) Pruis Hall, Ball State University: Faculty Artist Series: Lori Rhoden, piano. (1. "March" from Songs from the Phrygian; 2. "Fleeting and Shimmering" from Songs from the Aeolian; 3. "Quirky" from Songs from the Lydian; 4. "Graceful and Sentimental" from Songs from the Ionian; 5. "Frantic" from Songs from the Locrian; 6. "Weird Waltz" from Songs from the Locrian; 7. "Moderato" from Songs from the Dorian; 8. "Furious" from Songs from the Aeolian. 12 minutes, 8 movements. (Nos. 1-6 and No. 8 were premiere performances.)
  •   August 19, 2001. Three Songs based on poems by Emily Dickinson (1997) Ramsdell Theatre, Manistee, MI. Bel Canto Studios Presents: A Broadway and Opera Gala: Mary Mordue, mezzo-soprano; Mark Mordue, tuba. 7.5 minutes, 3 movements.
  •   July 5, 2001. Three Universes (1998) for Alto Saxophone, Narrator, and algorithmically-controlled electronically-generated sounds using the Macintosh computer programming application/language 'Max 2.2.' and two Roland Sound Canvases. Chautauqua Institution Artist Recital. George Wolfe, Alto Saxophone; Robert Ludwig, Narrator; Algorithmically-controlled electronically-generated sounds on tape. (Poems by George Wolfe, from his collection "Verses Reversus." 1. Suns Burning Into Time; 2. Hummingbirds Saw Stillness; 3. Flags Wave.) 10 minutes, 3 movements.
  •   June 6, 2001. Frodo and Faramir (1990) for Violin and Double Bass. Butler University, Indianapolis, IN. International Society of Bassists Convention: Byron Plexico, violin. Rolf Erdahl, bass. 7.5 minutes, 1 movement.
  •   May 12, 2001. Gandalf the Grey (1990), Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA., Louisiana ComposersĻ Consortium, Concert No. 8: Bruce Bullock, clarinet, with Computer-Generated Sounds on Tape. 12 minutes, 1 movement.
  •   April 1, 2001. A Recital of Original Compositions for Instruments and Vocalists and Algorithmically - Generated Electronic Accompaniment. Muncie, IN., Ball State University, Faculty Arts Recital.
    1.  Solar Dreams (1994), Hans Sturm, Contrabass; Jody Nagel, Computer.
        11.5 minutes, 1 movement.
    2.  Three Universes (1998), George Wolfe, Saxophone. Craig Priebe, Narrator. Jody Nagel, Computer.
        10 minutes, 3 movements.
    3.  Improvisation (2001), Premiere. Ralph Johnson, Percussion; Jody Nagel, Computer.
        11.5 minutes, 1 movement.
    4.  Hymns to Soma (1999), The BSU Chamber Singers, Twentieth-Century Ensemble, Michael Davis, Director. George Wolfe, Saxophone. Jody Nagel, Computer.
        25 minutes, 3 movements.
  •   February 27, 2001. The Music Makers (2000), Premiere. Muncie, IN., Ball State University, Faculty Arts Recital: Jeff Ballard, Tenor; Paul Reilly, guitar. (1. Song; 2. My Song; 3. Maker of Songs; 4. The Poet; 5. The Secret; 6. To Music; 7. The Foiled Reaper; 8. History.) 15 minutes, 8 movements.
  •   February 22, 2001. As You Like It (1979; rev. 1986; transposed up semitone, 1999.) for Horn and Piano. Harrison Hills Golf and Country Club, Attica, IN. Kent Leslie, horn; Rev. Margarete Brandenburg piano. 6 minutes, 1 movement.
  •   February 18, 2001. Gandalf the Grey (1990), Natchitoches, LA., The Louisiana School for Math, Science, and the Arts, and the Louisiana Composers' Consortium: Bruce Bullock, clarinet, with Computer-Generated Sounds on Tape. 12 minutes, 1 movement.
  •   February 15, 2001. Hymns to Soma (1999) for SATB Choir, Alto Saxophone, and algorithmically-controlled electronically-generated sounds using the Macintosh computer programming application/language "Max 2.2." and a Roland Sound Canvas. Dayton, OH., The University of Dayton, North American Saxophone Alliance Region V Conference. George Wolfe, alto saxophone; Jody Nagel, algorithmically-controlled electronically-generated sounds; Robert Jones, conductor, University of Dayton Chorale. (The texts were drawn from Wendy Doniger O'Flaherty's translation of the Rig Veda, and were selected by saxophonist George Wolfe. 1. Soma and the Eagle. 2. Soma and the Sage. 3. We Have Drunk the Soma.) 16 minutes, 3 movements.
  •   February 8, 2001. Gandalf the Grey (1990), Louisiana Tech University, School of the Performing Arts, Guest Faculty Recital Bruce Bullock, clarinet, with Computer-Generated Sounds on Tape. 12 minutes, 1 movement.
  •   February 5, 2001. Games (2000) Southern Illinois University at Carbondale, Shryock Auditorium. Hard Cor New Music Ensemble: Kent Leslie, horn; Thomas Harvey, marimba. 6 minutes, 1 movement.
  •   February 4, 2001. Games (2000) Premiere. Eastern Illinois University, Tarble Arts Center. Hard Cor New Music Ensemble: Kent Leslie, horn; Thomas Harvey, marimba. 6 minutes, 1 movement.

  • 2000
  •   December 9, 2000. Bits and Pieces: No. 1 "FM Antiqua" (1999) C-Sound-Generated Stereo Recording. Faculty Artist Series Recital. The piece was included on the EMTWO concert presented by Dr. Cleve Scott.) Ball State University, Muncie, IN., 6.5 minutes, 1 movement.
  •   November 19, 2000. Theseus and the Minotaur (1997, full orchestral version.) In Pennsylvania, played by the Harford Youth Orchestra, Sheldon Bair, Dir. 5 minutes, 1 movement.
  •   October 2, 2000. Accomplice (2000) Miniature Suite for Flute and Trumpet. Emily Gerace, flute; Adam Gaines, trumpet. (1. Poco maestoso; 2. Vivace; 3. Adagio; 4. Allegro) Premiere. Graduate recital, Pruis Hall, Ball State University, Muncie, IN. 10 minutes, 4 movements.
  •   September 22, 2000. Jagger Dance (1994, arr. 1998) for orchestra. Puerto Rico. Puerto Rican Symphony Orchestra, Roberto González, guest director. 5 minutes, 1 movement.
  •   August 16, 2000. Lifting the Veil Chautauqua Institute, Chautauqua, NY. George Wolfe, Saxophone; Electronic Sounds on Tape. Robert Wells, Robert Ludwig, Narrators. 25 minutes, 3 movements.
  •   July 23, 2000. In a Dream (revised 2nd version) (1977-78, rev. 2000) for 4 flutes. Premiere. Muncie, IN., Oakhurst Garden's "Fairy Garden." Brad Meyerdierks, Jean Amman, Suzanne Groshong, Michelle Costello, flutes. 3 minutes, 1 movement.
  •   July 22, 2000. Fanfare (2000) for a 7-part bassoon choir. Premiere. Keith Sweger's "Bassoon Camp Final Recital," Ball State University, Muncie, IN. Played by 43 bassoons and 2 contra bassoons. 2.5 minutes, 1 movement.
  •   July 22, 2000. Dance (1999) for a quartet of 4 bassoons. Premiere. Keith Sweger's "Bassoon Camp Final Recital," Ball State University, Muncie, IN. Played by four students. 2.5 minutes, 1 movement.
  •   July 8, 2000. Hymns to Soma (1999) for SATB Choir, Alto Saxophone, and algorithmically-controlled electronically-generated sounds using the Macintosh computer programming application/language "Max 2.2." and a Roland Sound Canvas. Premiere. 12th World Saxophone Congress, University of Québec à Montréal, Montréal, Canada. George Wolfe, alto saxophone; Jody Nagel, algorithmically-controlled electronically-generated sounds; Martin Dagenais, choir director. (The texts were drawn from Wendy Doniger O'Flaherty's translation of the Rig Veda, and were selected by saxophonist George Wolfe.  1. Soma and the Eagle.  2. Soma and the Sage.  3. We Have Drunk the Soma.) 15 minutes, 3 movements.
  •   June 6, 2000. To His Coy Mistress (1995) for voice and piano. Matt Johnson, tenor; Hideko Fujiyama, piano, in a graduate recital at Ball State University, Muncie, IN. Premiere. 6.75 minutes, 1 movement.
  •   June 4, 2000. Slither (2000) for Flute, Clarinet, Trumpet, Bassoon, 2 Violins, Viola, Cello, Piano, Harp. At the manor house, "Fuglsang" (Bird Song) near Torbey, Lolland, DK (90 minutes southwest of Copenhagen.) Denmark. Danish Chamber Players, Stephen Montague, conductor. 5.5 minutes, 1 movement.
  •   June 4, 2000. Voyage of Discovery (2000) for wind ensemble. Hazard, Kentucky, by "The Sacred Winds," Scott Bersaglia, Director. Official Premiere.  9 minutes, 1 movement.
  •   June 3, 2000. Slither (2000) for Flute, Clarinet, Trumpet, Bassoon, 2 Violins, Viola, Cello, Piano, Harp. Denmark. Danish Radio, Copehagen, in their Studio 2 concert series. Premiere. Danish Chamber Players, Stephen Montague, conductor. 5.5 minutes, 1 movement.
  •   June 2, 2000. Scenes from the Styx (1999) for 8-part Cello Orchestra. World Cello Congress III. Towson University, Baltimore, MD. Towson University / Maryland Cello Ensemble, Sheldon Bair, conductor. Cecylia Barczyk, director. Official Premiere. 12 minutes, 1 movement.
  •   May 1, 2000. Theseus and the Minotaur (1997, full orchestral version.) Burris Auditorium, Muncie, IN., by the East Central Indiana Youth Orchestra, Richard Heinzle, Dir.  5 minutes, 1 movement.
  •   April 16, 2000. Scenes from the Styx (1999) for 8-part Cello Orchestra. Towson University, Baltimore, MD. Towson University / Maryland Cello Ensemble, Cecylia Barczyk, director. 12 minutes, 1 movement.
  •   April 16, 2000. Voyage of Discovery (2000) for wind ensemble. Muncie, IN, by "America's Hometown Band," Roger McConnell, Director.  9 minutes, 1 movement.
  •   February 20, 2000. Medley from "The Moon Harvests" (1998) for soprano and piano. Ball State University, Muncie, IN. Lucretia Fleury, soprano; Barbara Briner-Jones, piano. 6.5 minutes, 1 movement.

  • 1999
  •   December 7, 1999. Goodbye, We Won't Forget You (1999.) for wind ensemble. premiered at Littleton, Colorado, by the Columbine High School Concert Band, Bill Biskup, Director.  2 minutes, 1 movement.
  •   November 22, 1999. Elegy for Joy (1998), Faculty Artist Series, Ball State University, Muncie, IN. Keith Sweger, bassoon; Hideko Fujiyama, piano. 3 minutes, 1 movement.
  •   October 26, 1999. Crossing the Rubicon (1999) for Horn, Clarinet and 2 Percussion. BSU, Muncie, IN. premiered at a recital by the Hard Cor New Music ensemble. Kent Leslie, horn; Caroline Hartig, clarinet; Thomas Harvey & Jeff Nearpass, percussion.  14 minutes, 7 movements.
  •   October 26, 1999. As You Like It (1979; rev. 1986; transposed up semitone, 1999.) for Horn and Piano. BSU, Muncie, IN. Recital by the Hard Cor New Music ensemble. Kent Leslie, horn; Thomas Harvey piano. 6 minutes, 1 movement.
  •   October 23, 1999. Piano Trio No. 2 "In Memoriam" (1996) for Violin, Cello, and Piano. Israel. Herzelia Hasharon Society for Chamber Music. The American Piano Trio: Mitchell Andrews, piano; Neil Weintrob, violin; Roger Malitz, cello. 12.5 minutes, 1 movement.
  •   October 22, 1999. Piano Trio No. 2 "In Memoriam" (1996) for Violin, Cello, and Piano. Israel. The Maytar Society for Chamber Music. The American Piano Trio: Mitchell Andrews, piano; Neil Weintrob, violin; Roger Malitz, cello. 12.5 minutes, 1 movement.
  •   October 17, 1999. Piano Trio No. 2 "In Memoriam" (1996) for Violin, Cello, and Piano. Israel. 2 40-mm. school concerts, arranged by Dudu Sella. The American Piano Trio: Mitchell Andrews, piano; Neil Weintrob, violin; Roger Malitz, cello. 12.5 minutes, 1 movement.
  •   October 16, 1999. Piano Trio No. 2 "In Memoriam" (1996) for Violin, Cello, and Piano. Israel. Cohav Yair, arranged by Dudu Sella. The American Piano Trio: Mitchell Andrews, piano; Neil Weintrob, violin; Roger Malitz, cello. 12.5 minutes, 1 movement.
  •   October 15, 1999. Piano Trio No. 2 "In Memoriam" (1996) for Violin, Cello, and Piano. Israel. Tephen Museum, arranged by Dudu Sella. The American Piano Trio: Mitchell Andrews, piano; Neil Weintrob, violin; Roger Malitz, cello. 12.5 minutes, 1 movement.
  •   October 13, 1999. Solar Dreams (1994), Stephen F. Austin State University Department of Music, Nacogdoches, TX. Bruce Bullock, Clarinet; Electronic Sounds on Tape. 6 minutes, 1 movement.
  •   October 12, 1999. Solar Dreams (1994), Louisiana School for Math, Science and the Arts, Natchitoches, LA. Bruce Bullock, Clarinet; Electronic Sounds on Tape. 6 minutes, 1 movement.
  •   October 12, 1999. Piano Trio No. 2 "In Memoriam" (1996) for Violin, Cello, and Piano. Israel. Tel-Hay Museum, arranged by Dudu Sella. The American Piano Trio: Mitchell Andrews, piano; Neil Weintrob, violin; Roger Malitz, cello. 12.5 minutes, 1 movement.
  •   October 9, 1999. Piano Trio No. 2 "In Memoriam" (1996) for Violin, Cello, and Piano. Israel. The Jerusalem Society for Chamber Music. The American Piano Trio: Mitchell Andrews, piano; Neil Weintrob, violin; Roger Malitz, cello. 12.5 minutes, 1 movement.
  •   October 8, 1999. Piano Trio No. 2 "In Memoriam" (1996) for Violin, Cello, and Piano. Israel. The Tel-Ganim Society for Chamber Music. The American Piano Trio: Mitchell Andrews, piano; Neil Weintrob, violin; Roger Malitz, cello. 12.5 minutes, 1 movement.
  •   October 7, 1999. Solar Dreams (1994), Magale Recital, Northwestern State University, Natchitoches, LA. Bruce Bullock, Clarinet; Electronic Sounds on Tape. 6 minutes, 1 movement.
  •   October 3, 1999. Theseus and the Minotaur (1997, full orchestral version.) BSU, Emmens Auditorium, Muncie, IN., premiered by the Ball State Student Orchestra (BSSO), Leonard Atherton, Dir.  5 minutes, 1 movement.
  •   September 15, 1999. Theme and Variations for unaccompanied horn (1999), premiered BSU, Pruis Hall, Faculty Artist Series. Fred Ehnes, horn. 11.5 minutes, 12 movements (Theme, & 10 Variations, Finale.)
  •   September 13, 1999. Piano Trio No. 2 "In Memoriam" (1996) for Violin, Cello, and Piano. BSU Piano & String Area Recital Hour, Muncie, IN. Aura Strohschein, piano; Nathan Kroeger, violin; Sarah Bishop, cello. 11.5 minutes, 1 movement.
  •   August 28, 1999. Kaleidoscope (1996), Korea, Seoul Arts Center, 6th Computer Music Festival in Seoul (presented by KEAMS: Korean Electro-Acoustic Music Society), Gerard Errante, clarinet; with "live" electronics. 1 movement, indeterminate form and duration.
  •   August 12, 1999. Elegy for Joy (1998), premiered at the International Double Reeds Society 28th Annual Conference, held at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Keith Sweger, bassoon; Hideko Fujiyama, piano. 3 minutes, 1 movement.
  •   July 22, 1999. Piano Trio No. 2 "In Memoriam" (1996) for Violin, Cello, and Piano. BSU Honors College Summer Program, Muncie, IN. Aura Strohschein, piano; Nathan Kroeger, violin; Sarah Bishop, cello. 11.5 minutes, 1 movement.
  •   July 11, 1999. As You Like It (1979, rev. 1986) for Horn and Piano. Duncan hall, Lafayette, IN. Tippecanoe Chamber Music Society. All-American Horn Recital. Kent Leslie, horn; Sheryll McManus, piano.  6 minutes, 1 movement.
  •   June 6, 1999. Four Movements for Brass Quartet (1982, rev. 1986) for 2 Trumpets & 2 trombones. "Chamber Music Festival 1999," BSU, Muncie, IN. Paul Everett & Dean Markel, trumpets; John Seidel & Richard Human, trombones. 8.25 minutes, 4 movements.
  •   April 18, 1999. Vortex (1993) suite for unaccompanied Viola. BSU, Muncie, IN. Robert Elder, viola. 6 minutes, 4 movements. (1. its Density; 2. its Surface; 3. its Volume; 4. its Velocity.)
  •   April 13, 1999. Piano Trio No. 2 "In Memoriam" (1996) for Violin, Cello, and Piano. Priemere. Faculty Artist Series "Holocaust Remembrance Day Concert." BSU, Muncie, IN. The American Piano Trio: Mitchell Andrews, piano; Neil Weintrob, violin; Roger Malitz, cello. 12.5 minutes, 1 movement.
  •   April 10, 1999. Bits and Pieces: No. 1 "FM Antiqua" (1999) C-Sound-Generated Stereo Recording. Faculty Artist Series Recital. Priemere. (The piece was included on the first of a pair of concerts presented by Dr. Cleve Scott.) BSU, Muncie, IN., 6.5 minutes, 1 movement.
  •   February 28, 1999. Six Poems of Stephen Crane, Nos. 3 & 6. (1986) for women's chorus. Winter Choral Concert. Women's Chorus, Don Ester, director. BSU, Muncie, IN., 6.5 minutes, 1 movement.
  •   February 19, 1999. Three Universes (1998) for Alto Saxophone, Narrator, and algorithmically-controlled electronically-generated sounds using the Macintosh computer programming application/language 'Max 2.2.' and two Roland Sound Canvases. North American Saxophone Alliance, Region 5 Conference, Indiana State University, Concert No. 3.  George Wolfe, Alto Saxophone; Craig Priebe, Narrator; Algorithmically-controlled electronically-generated sounds on tape. (Poems by George Wolfe, from his collection "Verses Reversus." 1. Suns Burning Into Time; 2. Hummingbirds Saw Stillness; 3. Flags Wave.) 10 minutes, 3 movements.
  •   January 31, 1999. Jagger Dance (1994; 1998, full orch. arr.) Napa, CA North Bay Philharmonic Orchestra, Roberto González, dir., 5 minutes, 1 movement.
  •   January 22, 1999. Three Universes (1998) for Alto Saxophone, Narrator, and algorithmically-controlled electronically-generated sounds using the Macintosh computer programming application/language 'Max 2.2.' and two Roland Sound Canvases. Ball State University 29th Annual Festival of New Music, Muncie, IN. George Wolfe, Alto Saxophone; Paul Ludden, Narrator; Jody Nagel, algorithmically-controlled electronically-generated sounds. (Poems by George Wolfe, from his collection "Verses Reversus." 1. Suns Burning Into Time; 2. Hummingbirds Saw Stillness; 3. Flags Wave.) 10 minutes, 3 movements.
  •   January 17, 1999. Lifting the Veil Baha'i House of Worship, Wilmette, IL. George Wolfe, Saxophone; Electronic Sounds on Tape. Harsha Abeyaratne, Anthony Fleming, Narrators. 25 minutes, 3 movements.

  • 1998
  •   November 14, 1998. Kaleidoscope (1996), University of Montevallo, 6th Annual Clarinet Symposium, Gerard Errante, clarinet; with "live" electronics. 1 movement, indeterminate form and duration.
  •   November 8, 1998. Interlude from Fifty-Third Street (1997). BSU, Emmens Auditorium, Muncie, IN., premiered by the Ball State Student Orchestra (BSSO), Leonard Atherton, Dir. 4.5 minutes, 1 movement.
  •   October 25, 1998. Lifting The Veil (1995), first movement only. Joliet Junior College, Joliet, Illinois. George Wolfe, Saxophone; Electronic Sounds on Tape. Paul Reilly and Thomas Liley, Narrators. [7 minutes, 1 movement, out of 25 minutes, 3 movements.]
  •   October 25, 1998. Three Universes (1998) for Alto Saxophone, Narrator, and algorithmically-controlled electronically-generated sounds using the Macintosh computer programming application/language 'Max 2.2.' and two Roland Sound Canvases. Joliet Junior College, Joliet, Illinois. George Wolfe, Alto Saxophone; Paul Reilly, Narrator; Electronic Sounds on Tape. (Poems by George Wolfe, from his collection "Verses Reversus." 1. Suns Burning Into Time; 2. Hummingbirds Saw Stillness; 3. Flags Wave.) 10 minutes, 3 movements.
  •   October 25, 1998. Solar Dreams (1994), Joliet Junior College, Joliet, Illinois. George Wolfe, Saxophone; Electronic Sounds on Tape. 6 minutes, 1 movement.
  •   October 1, 1998. Kaleidoscope (1996), University of Texas - El Paso, Gerard Errante, clarinet; with "live" electronics. The concert was entitled The Clarinet of the 21st Century. 1 movement, indeterminate form and duration.
  •   September 29, 1998. Lifting The Veil (1995), first movement only. Fifteenth Annual Brian Morris Minor Memorial Concert, Pruis Hall, BSU. George Wolfe, Saxophone; Paul Ludden and Adrien Re, Narrators; Electronic Sounds on Tape. [7 minutes, 1 movement, out of 25 minutes, 3 movements.]
  •   September 29, 1998. Three Universes (1998) for Alto Saxophone, Narrator, and algorithmically-controlled electronically-generated sounds using the Macintosh computer programming application/language 'Max 2.2.' and two Roland Sound Canvases. Fifteenth Annual Brian Morris Minor Memorial Concert, Pruis Hall, BSU. George Wolfe, Alto Saxophone; Paul Ludden, Narrator; Jody Nagel, algorithmically-controlled electronically-generated sounds. (Poems by George Wolfe, from his collection "Verses Reversus." 1. Suns Burning Into Time; 2. Hummingbirds Saw Stillness; 3. Flags Wave.) 10 minutes, 3 movements.
  •   September 7, 1998. Jagger Dance (1994; 1998, full orch. arr.) Muncie, IN, Masonic Temple, Muncie Symphony Orchestra, Leonard Atherton, dir., 5 minutes, 1 movement.
  •   June 13, 1998. Jagger Dance (1994; 1998, full orch. arr.) Muncie, IN, Muncie Symphony Orchestra "Symphony on the Green," Leonard Atherton, director. 5 minutes, 1 movement. This concert was radio broadcast live on WBST, local PBS, Muncie, IN.
  •   June 11, 1998. Four Moods (1997) for cello & piano. Chamber Music Festival, Pruis Hall, BSU, Muncie, IN. premiered by Roger Malitz, cello; Cynthia Miller, piano. 11 minutes, 4 movements.
  •   June 7, 1998. Three Universes (1998) for Alto Saxophone, Narrator, and algorithmically-controlled electronically-generated sounds using the Macintosh computer programming application/language 'Max 2.2.' and two Roland Sound Canvases. Chamber Music Festival, Pruis Hall, BSU, Muncie, IN. George Wolfe, Alto Saxophone; Paul Ludden, Narrator; Jody Nagel, algorithmically-controlled electronically-generated sounds. (Poems by George Wolfe, from his collection "Verses Reversus". 1. Suns Burning Into Time; 2. Hummingbirds Saw Stillness; 3. Flags Wave.) 10 minutes, 3 movements.
  •   May 17, 1998. Jagger Dance (1994, chamber orchestra), Etowah Youth Symphony Orchestra, Gadsden, Alabama, Michael Gagliardo, dir., 5 minutes, 1 movement.
  •   May 11-16, 1998. This Living Hand (1993) for choir. BSU Chamber Choir, Michael Davis, conductor, South Central United States Tour. [Booneville, IN., May 11, 1998, premiere.] Other cities include Batesville, IN., The Woodlands, TX., Ooltewah, TN. 4.5 minutes, 1 movement.
  •   April 28, 1998. Theseus and the Minotaur (1997) for string orchestra. Premiere. String Fling, Natchitoches, Louisiana Central High School String Orchestra, Karen Townsend, Director. (Commissioned by Townsend.) 6 minutes, 1 movement.
  •   April 26, 1998. As You Like It (1979, rev. 1986) Michele Lilly, French Horn; Kimberly Walimire, piano, Anderson University, Anderson, IN.  5 minutes, 1 movement.
  •   April 22, 1998. Solar Dreams (1994), Muncie Matinee Musicale, Riverside Avenue Baptist Church, Mucie, IN., George Wolfe, Saxophone; Electronic Sounds on Tape.  6 minutes, 1 movement.
  •   April 10, 1998. Solar Dreams (1994), Larnaca Municiple Theatre, Larnaca, Cyprus; George Wolfe, Saxophone; Electronic Sounds on Tape.  6 minutes, 1 movement. "The American Ensemble."
  •   April 9, 1998. Solar Dreams (1994), Paralimni Theatre, Paralimni, Cyprus; George Wolfe, Saxophone; Electronic Sounds on Tape.  6 minutes, 1 movement. "The American Ensemble."
  •   April 7, 1998. Solar Dreams (1994), Pattiheion Municiple Theatre, Limmasol, Cyprus; George Wolfe, Saxophone; Electronic Sounds on Tape.  6 minutes, 1 movement. "The American Ensemble."
  •   March 27, 1998. Three Universes (1998) for Alto Saxophone, Narrator, and algorithmically-controlled electronically-generated sounds using the Macintosh computer programming application/language 'Max 2.2.' and two Roland Sound Canvases. North American Saxophone Alliance, Northwestern University, Evanston, IL., premiered by George Wolfe, Alto Saxophone; Barry Kidd, Narrator; algorithmically-controlled electronically-generated sounds on tape. (Poems by George Wolfe, from his collection "Verses Reversus". 1. Suns Burning Into Time; 2. Hummingbirds Saw Stillness; 3. Flags Wave.) 10 minutes, 3 movements.
  •   March 24, 1998. Gandalf the Grey (1990), Radford University, Sandra Mosteller, clarinet, with Computer-Generated Sounds on Tape. 12 minutes, 1 movement.
  •   March 23, 1998. Kaleidoscope (1996), University of Maine - Orono, Gerard Errante, clarinet; with "live" electronics. The concert was sponsored by Maine Summer Youth Music. 1 movement, indeterminate form and duration.
  •   March 3, 1998. Three Songs (1997), for Medium-High Voice, Tuba and Piano, Pruis Hall, Ball State University, Muncie, IN., premiered by Debra Lynn, soprano; Robert Lynn, Tuba; Maki Yoshimura, piano. (Poems by Emily Dickinson: 1. Many a Phrase has the English Language; 2. I'm Nobody! Who Are You?; 3. I Died for Beauty.) 7.5 minutes, 3 movements.
  •   February 10, 1998. Solar Dreams (1994), Paris Conservatory, Paris, France, Master-class. George Wolfe, Saxophone; Electronic Sounds on Tape.
  •   February 9, 1998. Lifting The Veil (1995), Paris Conservatory, Paris, France, Master-class Recital. George Wolfe, Saxophone; Electronic Sounds on Tape. Two Narrators. 25 minutes, 3 movements.
  •   February 5, 1998. Kaleidoscope (1996), Muncie, IN, Gerard Errante, clarinet; with "live" electronics. The concert was presented as part of the BSU 28th Festival of New Music. 1 movement, indeterminate form and duration.

  • 1997
  •   December 8, 1997. Kaleidoscope (1996), Pittsburgh, PA, Gerard Errante, clarinet; with "live" electronics. The concert was presented under the auspices of the Pittsburgh New Music Ensemble, David Stock, director. 1 movement, indeterminate form and duration.
  •   December 7, 1997. Lifting the Veil, Unitarian Church, Cincinnati, Ohio. George Wolfe, Saxophone; Electronic Sounds on Tape. Two Narrators. 25 minutes, 3 movements.
  •   November 21, 1997. Gandalf the Grey (1990), University of South Florida, Tampa, Florida, Bruce Bullock, clarinet, with Computer-Generated Sounds on Tape. Guest Lecture-Recital. 12 minutes, 1 movement.
  •   November 20, 1997. Gandalf the Grey (1990), University of Tampa, Tampa, Florida, Bruce Bullock, clarinet, with Computer-Generated Sounds on Tape. Guest Lecture-Recital. 12 minutes, 1 movement.
  •   November 19, 1997. Gandalf the Grey (1990), Florida Southern College, Florida, Bruce Bullock, clarinet, with Computer-Generated Sounds on Tape. Guest Lecture-Recital. 12 minutes, 1 movement.
  •   October 26, 1997. Solar Dreams (1994), Muncie, IN., Muncie Unitarian Church, included as part of a sermon given by George Wolfe. George Wolfe, Saxophone; Electronics on Tape.
  •   October 19, 1997. Lifting The Veil (1995), University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, IL., Guest Artist Recital in Smith Memorial Hall. George Wolfe, Saxophone; Jody Nagel, Electronics. Two Narrators. 25 minutes, 3 movements.
  •   October 10, 1997. Kaleidoscope (1996), Canberra, Australia, The Australian National University Institute of the Arts, Canberra School of Music, Gerard Errante, clarinet; with "live" electronics. 1 movement, indeterminate form and duration.
  •   October 7, 1997. Solar Dreams (1994), Muncie, IN., Ball State University Fourteenth Annual Brian Morris Minor Memorial Concert. George Wolfe, Saxophone; Jody Nagel, Electronics.
  •   September 24, 1997. Kaleidoscope (1996), Brisbane, Australia, Queensland University of Technology, Academy of the Arts, Kelvin Grove Campus, Gerard Errante, clarinet; with "live" electronics. 1 movement, indeterminate form and duration.
  •   September 20, 1997. Solar Dreams (1994) &  Lifting The Veil (1995), Mansfield University, Mansfield, PA, George Wolfe, Saxophone; Electronic Sounds on Tape. Solar Dreams, 6 minutes, 1 movement. Lifting The Veil, 25 minutes, 3 movements.
  •   September 18, 1997. Kaleidoscope (1996), Central Queensland Conservatorium of Music, Australia, Gerard Errante, clarinet; with "live" electronics. This was on a concert given by the 1997 Pacific rim composers conference. 1 movement, indeterminate form and duration.
  •   September 7, 1997. Kaleidoscope (1996), Norfolk, VA., The Arts Center of the Portsmouth Museums, premiered by Out-going President of the International Clarinet Association Gerard Errante, clarinet; with "live" electronics. 1 movement, indeterminate form and duration.
  •   August 3, 1997. Ancient Spider Dance (1997), University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, premiered by the "Threnody" trio, Meg Stevens, Flute; Kari Krueger, Bassoon; Elaine Gary, Marimba. 4 minutes, 1 movement.
  •   July 1, 1997. Final Episode (1996) St. Petersburg Conservatoire, Russia, Annemarie Schuessler, piano, left-hand alone.  3 minutes, 1 movement.
  •   June 2 & 3, 1997. Final Episode (1996) Ann Arbor, MI., Holiday Inn. "Opening Doors" recital, Annemarie Schuessler, piano, left-hand alone.  3 minutes, 1 movement.
  •   May 23, 1997. Solar Dreams (1994) &  Lifting The Veill (1995), Kärntner Landes Konservatorium Klangenfurt, Austria, George Wolfe, Saxophone; Electronic Sounds on Tape. Solar Dreams,6 minutes, 1 movement. Lifting The Veil , 25 minutes, 3 movements. The pieces were presented in German as "Sonnenträume" and "Der Schleier wird gehoben."
  •   April 25, 1997. Solar Dreams (1994), Cory Area Arts Council presentation given in Cory, PA, George Wolfe, Saxophone; Electronic Sounds on Tape. 6 minutes, 1 movement.
  •   April 11, 1997. Lifting The Veil (1995) 1st movement only, Ball State University, Muncie, IN. Keith Scheer, Saxophone; Jody Nagel, "live" electronics; Two Narrators. 7 minutes.
  •   April 5, 1997. Solar Dreams (1994), Youngstown, Ohio, George Wolfe, Saxophone; Electronic Sounds on Tape. 6 minutes, 1 movement.
  •   March 21, 1997. Solar Dreams (1995), at the Midwest Museum of Art in Elkhart, Indiana. George Wolfe, Saxophone; Electronic Sounds on Tape; 6 minutes, 1 movement.
  •   March 12, 1997. Solar Dreams (1994), Auditorium du C.N.R. de Cergy-Pontoise, Paris, France. George Wolfe, Saxophone; Electronic Sounds on Tape. 6 minutes, 1 movement. The piece was presented in French as "RÍves solaires."
  •   March 2, 1997. Imaginary Scenes: Fantasy for Brass Quintet (1996), premiered by Ball State University's DaCamera Brass Quintet, at the Ball State University 27th Annual Festival of New Music, Muncie, IN. Mr. Paul Everett, 1st Trumpet; Mr. Dean Markel, 2nd Trumpet; Mr. Fred Ehnes, Horn; Dr. John Seidel, Trombone; Dr. Mark Mordue, Tuba. 7 minutes, 1 movement.
  •   February 11, 1997. Two-Hour Piano Recital of my music. Ball State University, Muncie, IN.
    1. Final Episode (1996), premiered by Annemarie Schuessler, left-hand piano.
        3 minutes, 1 movement.
    2. Primary Colors (1996), premiered by Kevin Purrone, piano.
        25 minutes, 25 movements.
    3. Seven Modes of Wonder (1990), premiered by Mitchell Andrews, piano.
        24 minutes, 7 movements.
    4. Fields of Sevenths (1989), Brad Bolen, piano.
        7 minutes, 1 movement.
    5. Songs from the Dorian (1976-96), premiered by Caroline Sullivan, piano.
        20 minutes, 13 movements.
    6. Pentatonic Etudes (1993), Robert Palmer, piano.
        23 minutes,  9 movements.
  •   February 3, 1997. Solar Dreams (1994) &  Lifting The Veil (1995), Foust Artist Series, Georgetown University, KY. George Wolfe, Saxophone; Jody Nagel, "live" electronics. Solar Dreams, 6 minutes, 1 movement. Lifting The Veil , 25 minutes, 3 movements.
  •   January 26, 1997. Jagger Dance (1994), Muncie, IN, Muncie Symphony Orchestra, Leonard Atherton, dir., 5 minutes, 1 movement.
  •   January 19, 1997. Lifting The Veil (1995), Unitarian Church, Lafayette, IN. George Wolfe, Saxophone; Jody Nagel, "live" electronics; Two Narrators. 25 minutes, 3 movements.

  • 1996
  •   December 8, 1996. Lifting The Veil (1995), Unitarian Church, Columbus, IN. George Wolfe, Saxophone; Jody Nagel, "live" electronics; Two Narrators. 25 minutes, 3 movements.
  •   November 5, 1996. Aria for Oboe and Piano (1992), Ball State University, Muncie, IN., premiered by Ralph Strobel, oboe; Kevin Purrone, piano; Ball State University Faculty Artist Series recital presented in conjunction with American Music Week. 4.5 minutes, 1 movement.
  •   August 23, 1996. Solar Dreams (1994), Muncie, IN, Emmens Auditorium, College of Fine Arts Faculty and Professional Personnel Meeting. George Wolfe, Saxophone; Jody Nagel, "live" electronics. 6 minutes, 1 movement.
  •   July 4, 1996. Gandalf the Grey (1990), Paris Conservatory, Paris, France, Gerry Errante, President of the International Clarinet Association, performing clarinet, with Computer-Generated Sounds on Tape, at ClarinetFest96. 12 minutes, 1 movement.
  •   June 26, 1996. Minnesota Overture (1996), for string orchestra, 3 percussion and piano. Warren Friesen premiered this work with the Lake Superior Chamber Orchestra, Duluth, MN. 3 minutes, 1 movement.
  •   May 24 1996. Solar Dreams (1994), Columbus College, Columbus, Georgia. Keith Scheer, saxophone; Electronic Sounds on Tape. 6 minutes, 1 movement.
  •   April 18, 1996. Lifting The Veil (1995), The national conference of the Society for Electro-Acoustic Music in the United States (SEAMUS96) in Birmingham, Alabama. George Wolfe, Saxophone; Jody Nagel, "live" electronics; Two Narrators. (Only the first of the three movements of this piece was played. It was approximately 8 minutes in duration.)
  •   April 18, 1996. Z-March (1995) for large symphony band. Muncie, IN., premiered by the Ball State University Symphony Band, Susan Creasap, dir. 3 minutes, 1 movement.
  •   April 16, 1996. Gandalf the Grey (1990), Northwestern University, Natchitoches, Louisiana, Bruce Bullock, clarinet, with Computer-Generated Sounds on Tape. 12 minutes, 1 movement.
  •   April 12, 1996. Gandalf the Grey (1990), Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona, Sandra Mosteller, clarinet, with Computer-Generated Sounds on Tape. 12 minutes, 1 movement.
  •   April 11, 1996. Lifting The Veil (1995), The 48th Annual Conference on World Affairs, The University of Colorado at Boulder. George Wolfe, Saxophone; Jody Nagel, "live" electronics; Two Narrators. 25 minutes, 3 movements.
  •   March 30, 1996. Lifting The Veil (1995), The jointly held "Florida Electroacoustic Music Festival" and the "North American Saxophone Alliance National Meeting" at The University of Florida, Gainesville. George Wolfe, Saxophone; Jody Nagel, "live" electronics; Two Narrators. 25 minutes, 3 movements.
  •   March 21, 1996. Solar Dreams (1994), University of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky. George Wolfe, Saxophone; Jody Nagel, "live" electronics. 6 minutes, 1 movement.
  •   March 20, 1996. Gandalf the Grey (1990), Ball State University, 26th Annual Festival of New Music, Muncie, IN. Caroline Hartig, clarinet, with Computer-Generated Sounds on Tape. 12 minutes, 1 movement.
  •   March 4, 1996. Lifting The Veil (1995), The University of Wisconsin at Oshkosh. George Wolfe, Saxophone; Electronic Sounds on Tape. 25 minutes, 3 movements.

  • 1995
  •   November 20, 1995. Jagger Dance (1994), Edwin London conducted this work with the Cleveland Chamber Symphony, Cleveland, Ohio. 5 minutes, 1 movement.
  •   November 7, 1995. Fantasy Ballad (1994), for Oboe, Horn, and Piano. The work was premiered by Carrie Vecchione, Oboe; Fred Ehnes, Horn; Cynthia Miller, piano, at a Ball State University Faculty Artist Series Recital, Muncie, IN. 10 minutes, 1 movement.
  •   October 2, 1995. Solar Dreams (1994), Indiana University, as a lecture-demonstration where I also discussed the programming of the piece, Bloomington, IN. George Wolfe, Saxophone; Jody Nagel, "live" electronics. 6 minutes, 1 movement.
  •   October, 1 1995. Lifting The Veil (1995) and Solar Dreams (1994), at Indiana University, Bloomington, IN. George Wolfe, Saxophone; Jody Nagel, "live" electronics; Two Narrators.
  •   September, 1995. Lifting The Veil (1995), local TV broadcast, Muncie, IN. George Wolfe, Saxophone; Jody Nagel, "live" electronics; Two Narrators. 25 minutes, 3 movements.
  •   September, 24 1995. Lifting The Veil (1995), at Hazelwood Christian Church, Muncie, IN. George Wolfe, Saxophone; Jody Nagel, "live" electronics; Two Narrators. 25 minutes, 3 movements.
  •   September 19, 1995. Lifting The Veil (1995), WBST, local PBS radio broadcast, Muncie, IN. George Wolfe, Saxophone; Jody Nagel, "live" electronics; Two Narrators. 25 minutes, 3 movements.
  •   September 17, 1995. Lifting The Veil (1995), at the Unitarian Church, Muncie, IN. George Wolfe, Saxophone; Jody Nagel, "live" electronics; Two Narrators. 25 minutes, 3 movements.
  •   August 11, 1995. Gandalf the Grey (1990), Queensland Conservatorium of Music, Griffith University, Australia. Gerry Errante, President of the International Clarinet Association, performing clarinet, with Computer-Generated Sounds on Tape. 12 minutes, 1 movement.
  •   August 8, 1995. Gandalf the Grey (1990), The Australian Institute of Music, Australia. Gerry Errante, President of the International Clarinet Association, performing clarinet, with Computer-Generated Sounds on Tape. 12 minutes, 1 movement.
  •   August 4, 1995. Gandalf the Grey (1990), The Clarinet and Saxophone Society of New South Wales, Australia. Gerry Errante, President of the International Clarinet Association, performing clarinet, with Computer-Generated Sounds on Tape. 12 minutes, 1 movement.
  •   July, 26 1995. Lifting The Veil (1995), Interlochen Music Camp, Michigan. George Wolfe, Saxophone; Jody Nagel, "live" electronics; Two Narrators. 25 minutes, 3 movements.
  •   July 23, 1995. Gandalf the Grey (1990), The Australian National University Institute of the Arts, Canberra School of Music, Australia. Gerry Errante, President of the International Clarinet Association, performing clarinet, with Computer-Generated Sounds on Tape. 12 minutes, 1 movement.
  •   July, 1 1995. Lifting The Veil (1995), The Hindu Temple in Pittsburgh, PA. George Wolfe, Saxophone; Jody Nagel, "live" electronics; Two Narrators. 25 minutes, 3 movements.
  •   June 28, 1995. Jagger Dance (1994), Warren Friesen conducted the work with The Lake Superior Chamber Orchestra, Duluth, MN. 5 minutes, 1 movement.
  •   May 19, 1995. Lifting The Veil (1995), Costa Rica Association of Saxophonists, in Costa Rica. George Wolfe, Saxophone; Electronic Sounds on Tape; Two Narrators (in Spanish translation). 25 minutes, 3 movements.
  •   May, 6 1995. Lifting The Veil (1995), at "The Earthling" , Muncie, IN. George Wolfe, Saxophone; Jody Nagel, "live" electronics; Two Narrators. 25 minutes, 3 movements.
  •   April 27, 1995. Solar Dreams (1994), at the Phi Mu Alpha "Sinfonia Festival of American Music", Muncie, IN. George Wolfe, Saxophone; Jody Nagel, "live" electronics. 6 minutes, 1 movement.
  •   March 28, 1995. Gandalf the Grey (1990), Norfolk State University, Norfolk, VA. Gerry Errante, President of the International Clarinet Association, performing clarinet, with Computer-Generated Sounds on Tape. 12 minutes, 1 movement.
  •   March 26, 1995. Lifting The Veil (1995), Tempe, Arizona. George Wolfe, Saxophone; Electronic Sounds on Tape; Two Narrators. 25 minutes, 3 movements.
  •   March 26, 1995. Jagger Dance (1994), Michael Gagliardo conducted the work with The East Central Indiana Youth Orchestra, Chapel Hill High School, Chapel Hill, N.C. 5 minutes, 1 movement.
  •   March, 23 1995. Lifting The Veil (1995), Ball State University 25th Annual Festival of New Music, Muncie, IN. George Wolfe, Saxophone; Jody Nagel, "live" electronics; Two Narrators. 25 minutes, 3 movements.
  •   March 19, 1995. Jagger Dance (1994), Michael Gagliardo conducted the work with The East Central Indiana Youth Orchestra, Muncie, IN. 5 minutes, 1 movement.
  •   March 4, 1995. Solar Dreams (1994), at "SaxFest95", at The University of Dayton, Ohio. George Wolfe, Saxophone; Jody Nagel, "live" electronics. 6 minutes, 1 movement.
  •   February 17, 1995. Lifting The Veil (1995), premiered at the San Francisco Theological Seminary, in San Anselmo, CA. George Wolfe, Saxophone; Electronic Sounds on Tape; Two Narrators. 25 minutes, 3 movements.

  • 1994
  •   November 29, 1994. The Vale of Purple Mist (1994), for Baritone voice, Flute, Clarinet, Alto Saxophone, Trumpet, 2 amplified Acoustic Guitars, Piano, and Percussion, premiered by the Florida International University New Music Ensemble, Miami, FL., Armando Tranquilino, director. 12 minutes, 1 movements.
  •   November 9, 1994. Scottish Fanfare (1981, rev. 1992), for 11 brass instruments, premiered Muncie, IN., by the Ball State University Brass Choir, Velvet Brown, directing. 2 minutes, 1 movement.
  •   November 8, 1994. Solar Dreams (1994), Ball State University Faculty Artist Series, Muncie, IN., premiered by George Wolfe, Saxophone; Jody Nagel, "live" electronics. 6 minutes, 1 movement.
  •   June 14, 1994. Jagger Dance (1994), premiered by the Ball State University Orchestra, Muncie, IN., Warren Friesen, director, at his Doctoral Conducting Recital. 5 minutes, 1 movement.
  •   March 25, 1994. Water Grokking (1992), for piano and computer-generated tape, performed by Eri Nakagawa, Muncie, IN., Ball State University 24th Annual Festival of New Music. 4 minutes, 1 movement.
  •   March 24, 1994. Pentatonic Etudes (1993) for solo piano, premiered by Robert Palmer, Ball State University 24th Annual Festival of New Music, Muncie, IN. 23 minutes, 9 movements.
  •   February 23-27, 1994. Incidental Music for The Count of Monte Cristo (1994), for electronically-generated symphony orchestra on tape, which was premiered by the Ball State University Theater Department in their production of the Casazza/Zak adaptation of the Dumas play, Muncie, IN. This was part of the Ball State University College of Fine Arts 10th Anniversary series, "A Week with Romanticism." 32 minutes, 27 sections.
  •   February 22, 1994. Suite from Incidental Music for The Count of Monte Cristo (1994), for electronically-generated symphony orchestra on tape, premiered on the Ball State University Faculty Artist Series, Muncie, IN. This was part of the Ball State University College of Fine Arts 10th Anniversary series, "A Week with Romanticism." 8 minutes, 3 sections, drawn from the complete Incidental Music for The Count of Monte Cristo (1994).

  • 1993
  •   December 11 & 12, 1993. Vortex (1993) suite for unaccompanied Viola or Violin, premiered in Hannover, Germany, by Luxembourg Violinist Georges Lentz. 6 minutes, 4 movements. (1. its Density; 2. its Surface; 3. its Volume; 4. its Velocity.)
  •   September 28, 1993. Water Grokking (1992), for piano and computer-generated tape, performed by Eri Nakagawa at Ball State University, Muncie, IN. 4 minutes, 1 movement.
  •   July 22, 1993. Water Grokking (1992), for piano and computer-generated tape, performed by Vi-king Lim in Sydney, Australia. 4 minutes, 1 movement.
  •   March 30, 1993. Octagon (1992) for Flute/Piccolo, Bassoon, Trumpet, Tuba, Violin, D. bass, Piano, and one Percussionist, premiered by Dan Welcher, dir., University of Texas at Austin New Music Ensemble. 13 minutes, 5 movements. (1. Creeping; 2. Gnarled; 3. Duet: Undulating; 4. Sprawling; 5. Tangled.)

  • 1992
  •   November 1, 1992. There's a Certain Slant of Light... (1986), for chamber orchestra and 5 percussion, WRR 101.1 radio broadcast, Dallas, Texas. 14.5 minutes, 1 movement.
  •   October 28, 1992. As You Like It (1979, rev. 1986) Jeffrey Seitz, French Horn; Barbara Briner Jones, piano, Ball State University, Muncie, IN.  5 minutes, 1 movement.
  •   October 25, 1992. Shelob's Lair (1991), for bassoon and piano, KLRU "Front Row Center" television broadcast, Austin, Texas. Carolyn Beck, bassoon; and Felicity Coltman, piano, 10 minutes, 1 movement.
  •   September 24, 1992. Through the Ecosphere (1983), for electronic tape, played at the EMONE Electronic Music Concert, Ball State University, Muncie, IN. 10 minutes, 1 movement.
  •   August, 1992. Water Grokking (1992), for piano and computer-generated tape, performed by the Stephen Montague / Philip Mead Duo, at the Dartington International Summer School Festival in England.
  •   May 22, 1992. Gandalf the Grey (1990), DePaul University, Christie Vohs, performing clarinet, with Computer-Generated Sounds on Tape. 12 minutes, 1 movement.
  •   April 8, 1992. Water Grokking (1992), for piano and computer-generated tape, premiered by the Stephen Montague / Philip Mead Duo (from England), The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas. 4 minutes, 1 movement.
  •   March 8, 1992. Shelob's Lair (1991), Carolyn Beck, bassoon; and Felicity Coltman, piano, performed on a concert given by the Austin Chamber Music Society, Austin, Texas. 10 minutes, 1 movement.

  • 1991
  •   October 29, 1991. Strange Pillars (1988), for flute, clarinet, violin, cello, piano, and marimba. Performed by the University of Texas at Austin New Music Ensemble, Pat McCreless director, Austin, TX. 12 minutes, 1 movement.
  •   April 28, 1991. Six Poems of Stephen Crane (1986), for women's voices, The University of Texas at Austin Women's Choir, Patty Fleitas, director. 13 minutes, 6 movements.
  •   April 11, 1991. Shelob's Lair (1991), Carolyn Beck, bassoon; Brian Marks, piano, played on the University of Texas at Austin Composers Concert Series. 10 minutes, 1 movement.
  •   April 2, 1991. D.M.A. composition recital of 8 of my own works, The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas. Included were:
    1. Fields of Sevenths (1989), Eric Daub, solo piano. 7 minutes, 1 movement.
    2. Gandalf the Grey (1990), Robert Tuttle, performing clarinet, with Computer-Generated Sounds on Tape. 12 minutes, 1 movement.
    3. Shelob's Lair (1991), premiered and commissioned by University of Texas at Austin Faculty Bassoonist Carolyn Beck; Brian Marks, piano. 10 minutes, 1 movement.
    4. Two Songs, (1) "There's a Certain Slant of Light..." (1990), poem by Emily Dickinson and (2) "Fall, Leaves, Fall" (1986), poem by Emily Jane Bronte, premiered by University of Texas at Austin faculty tenor Leonard Johnson, and Brad Bolen, piano.  10 minutes.
    5. Two Preludes, (1) "Coral Reef" (1987) & "Jungle" (1990) for solo piano, premiered by Hye Kyung Lee. 7 minutes.
    6. Frodo and Faramir (1990), premiered by Catherine Beeson, violin; and Tracy Dullea, double bass. 7 minutes, 1 movement.
    7. The Gifts of Galadriel (1991), premiered by Beth Whitten, flute; and Richard Calderón, percussion. 29 minutes, 7 movements.
    8. Six Poems of Stephen Crane (1986), for women's voices, premiered by The University of Texas at Austin Women's Choir, Patty Fleitas, director. 13 minutes, 6 movements.
  •   February 6, 1991. Gandalf the Grey (1990), Robert Tuttle, performing clarinet, with Computer-Generated Sounds on Tape, at Tuttle's Senior Recital, The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas. 12 minutes, 1 movement.

  • 1990
  •   October 13, 1990. Gandalf the Grey (1990), for clarinet and MUSIC360 computer-generated tape. (12 minutes), Performed at the Society for Electro-Acoustic Music in the United States (SEAMUS) conference, Baton Rouge, LA.
  •   April 28, 1990. Gandalf the Grey (1990), for clarinet and MUSIC360 computer-generated tape. (12 minutes). Performed Austin, Texas, University of Texas at Austin, on an EARS (Electro-Acoustic Recital Series) concert; Robert Tuttle, clarinet.
  •   April 20, 1990. Fields of Sevenths (1989), for solo piano (7 minutes), Performed at the Society of Composers, Inc., Region VI Conference, The University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS. April 20, 1990.
  •   April 4, 1990. Gandalf the Grey (1990), for clarinet and MUSIC360 computer-generated tape. (12 minutes), premiered Austin, Texas, University of Texas at Austin, on an EARS (Electro-Acoustic Recital Series) concert devoted to the music of Haeyon Kim, Mark Schultz and Jody Nagel. Robert Tuttle, clarinet.
  •   April 4, 1990. Through the Ecosphere (1983) for computer-generated tape, 10 minutes, 1 movement, Austin, Texas, University of Texas at Austin, on an EARS (Electro-Acoustic Recital Series) concert devoted to the music of Haeyon Kim, Mark Schultz and Jody Nagel.
  •   March 3, 1990. Fields of Sevenths (1989), for solo piano, 7 minutes, Arlington, TX., The University of Texas at Arlington, Texas Student Composers Symposium, Vern Nelson, piano.

  • 1989
  •   November 7, 1989. Cerberus' Dream (1989), for trumpet, 5 violins, 5 flutes, 5 clarinets., 3 perc., and D. bass, 17 minutes, premiered by Dan Welcher, conducting the University of Texas at Austin New Music Ensemble, Austin, TX.
  •   May 1, 1989. Fields of Sevenths (1989), for solo piano, Austin, TX., The University of Texas at Austin, premiered by Eric Daub, piano.

  • 1988
  •   August, 1988. Strange Pillars (1988) Aspen, CO., Aspen School of Music's Center for Compositional Studies, premiered by a resident performing ensemble. Sextet for flute, clarinet, violin, cello, piano and marimba, 12 minutes, 1 movement.
  •   April 25, 1988. Four Songs for Flute and Guitar (1984), Austin, TX., The University of Texas at Austin, Hugh Chandler, Guitar; Christine Gufstason, Flute. 8 minutes, 4 movements, (1. Allegro; 2. Andante; 3. Presto; 4. Allegro).
  •   April 18, 1988. Through the Lens (1983-84, rev. 1986), Seven Short Pieces for solo piano, Austin, TX., The University of Texas at Austin, Bridget Bem, piano, approx. 8 minutes, 7 movements, (1. Constellations; 2. Solar Flare;  3. Process 1;  4. Nebula;  5. Double Star;  6. Process 2;  7. The Black Hole).
  •   January 23, 1988. Through the Lens (1983-84, rev. 1986), Seven Short Pieces for solo piano, Austin, TX., The University of Texas at Austin, Bridget Bem, piano, approx. 8 minutes, 7 movements, (1. Constellations; 2. Solar Flare;  3. Process 1;  4. Nebula;  5. Double Star;  6. Process 2;  7. The Black Hole).

  • 1987
  •   December 7, 1987. what if a much of a which of a wind (1987), a mixed voices choral setting of a poem by e. e. cummings, with flute, piccolo, 2 bass clarinets, and harp, 9 minutes, premiered by the University of Texas at Austin Chamber Singers, Linda Larson conducting, Austin, TX.
  •   September 29, 1987. There's a Certain Slant of Light... (1987), for chamber orchestra, 15 minutes, premiered by Dan Welcher, conducting the University of Texas at Austin New Music Ensemble, Austin, TX. This piece was reviewed as a "stand-out premiere...a tight, exciting work" by the Austin American-Statesman Newspaper, 12/30/87.
  •   March 3, 1987. Slide Show: Partitionings Based on a Theme by Dan Welcher (1986), trio for flute, cello, and piano, Austin, TX., premiered at The University of Texas at Austin, Composers' Concert Series, Barry McVinney, Flute; Shawn Sanders, Cello; Geoff Haydon, piano. approx. 3.5 minutes, 1 movement.

  • 1986
  •   May 2, 1986. Four Movements for Brass Quartet (1982, rev. 1986), for 2 Trumpets, 2 Trombones, Austin, TX., The University of Texas at Austin Bauer House An Evening of Chamber Music concert, Pat McCreless, director, approx. 8 minutes, 4 movements, (1. Molto energico; 2. Andante pensieroso; 3. Animato, quasi scherzando; 4. Allegro Deciso). The program may have used the title "Brass Quartet No. 1."
  •   April 7, 1986. Life Sentence (1982), for solo piano, Austin, TX., The University of Texas at Austin, Eric Daub, piano. approx. 4.5 minutes, 3 movements, (1. The Execution; 2. The Journey; 3. Rebirth).

  • 1985
  •   December, 1985. Ground for Organ (1985), for solo organ, Austin, TX., The University of Texas at Austin, informal premiere performance in the organ studio at the end of the semester of Doug Green's counterpoint class, approx. 3 minutes, 1 movement.
  •   November 18, 1985. Through the Lens (1983-84, rev. 1986), Seven Short Pieces for solo piano, Austin, TX., The University of Texas at Austin, Composers' Concert Series, Bridget Bem, piano, approx. 8 minutes, 7 movements, (1. Constellations; 2. Solar Flare;  3. Process 1;  4. Nebula;  5. Double Star;  6. Process 2; 7. The Black Hole).
  •   spring, 1985. Spiritual: Should Jesus Tarry (1985) (poem by Jean Krut), Pittsburgh, PA., premiered at the University of Pittsburgh. for SATB choir, approx. 4 minutes, 1 movement.
  •   March 7 or 8 (?), 1985. Sparks (1985), septet for flute, oboe, clarinet, 2 violins, viola, and piano, 2 minutes, premiered by Anthony Korf conducting Parnassus, a New York-based new music ensemble, in Pittsburgh, PA., The University of Pittsburgh.
  •   February 21, 1985. Quartet In Two Movements, (1982, rev. 1985), Pittsburgh, PA., premiered by the Pittsburgh New Music Ensemble, David Stock, director. (1. Moderato; 2. Fast), for Flute, Clarinet, Violin, and Cello, approx. 5 minutes, 2 movements
  •   February 7, 1985. Brass Quintet No. 1 (1984), Pittsburgh, PA., premiered by the Pittsburgh New Music Ensemble, David Stock, director. (1. March; 2. Caprice; 3. Fantasia; 4. Chant), for 2 Trumpets, Horn, Trombone, Tuba, approx. 13 minutes, 4 movements.

  • 1984
  •   April 5, 1984. Miniver Cheevy (1983) (poem by Edward Arlington Robinson), for soprano, trumpet, and piano. Pittsburgh, PA., premiered at the University of Pittsburgh, Lynn Webber, Soprano; John Yankee, Trumpet, Aaron Huang, piano.
  •   April 5, 1984. Through the Lens (1983-84, rev. 1986), Seven Short Pieces for solo piano, premiered Pittsburgh, PA., Cathy Curiale, piano, approx. 8 minutes, 7 movements, (1. Constellations; 2. Solar Flare; 3. Process 1; 4. Nebula; 5. Double Star; 6. Process 2; 7. The Black Hole). (Originally titled Puzzle Pieces, with movements entitled 1. Dream; 2. Reality; 3. Activity 1; 4. Reflection; 5. Response; 6. Activity 2; 7. Decision.)
  •   November 18, 1984. Four Songs for Flute and Guitar (1984), Pittsburgh, PA., Helen Bledsoe, Flute; Tim Buell, Guitar. premiered at the University of Pittsburgh, approx. 8 minutes, 4 movements, (1. Allegro; 2. Andante; 3. Presto; 4. Allegro).
  •   spring, 1984. Life Sentence (1982), for solo piano. Pittsburgh, PA., premiered at the University of Pittsburgh, Cathy Curiale, piano, approx. (1. The Execution; 2. The Journey; 3. Rebirth). 4.5 minutes, 3 movements

  • 1983
  •   spring (?), 1983. Four Movements for Brass Quartet (1982), Pittsburgh, PA., premiered by the Pittsburgh New Music Ensemble, David Stock, director. (1. Molto energico; 2. Andante pensieroso; 3. Animato, quasi scherzando; 4. Allegro Deciso) for 2 Trumpets, 2 Trombones, approx. 8 minutes, 4 movements. The program used the title "Brass Quartet No. 1."
  •   spring (?), 1983. Through the Ecosphere (1983), for computer generated tape. Pittsburgh, PA., premiered at the University of Pittsburgh, 10 minutes, 1 movement.

  • 1982
  •   December 7, 1982. Gregorian Synthesizer: Ave Maria (1982), for Electronic Tape, Pittsburgh, PA., premiered at the Frick Fine Arts Auditorium, University of Pittsburgh, PA.
  •   fall, 1982. Three Little Songs: The Progression (1982) (poems by the composer), for low voice and piano. Pittsburgh, PA., premiered at the University of Pittsburgh, approx. (1. Beware, Oh Playing Child; 2. Nothing and Everything; 3. Let Me Drown in Your Presence). 5 minutes, 3 movements
  •   May 9, 1982. O Lord,You Have Searched Me and You Know Me (1982) (text: Psalm 139), for SATB choir, 2 trumpets, 2 trombones, Marietta, OH., premiered at Marietta College, Jody Nagel, director, approx. 5 minutes, 1 movement.

  • 1976-81
  •   April 14, 1981Prelude (from Prelude and Waltz ) (1981?; revised June-July, 1996), premiered at Marietta College, Marietta, OH., Kevin Farnsworth, Saxophone; Jody Nagel, Piano. 4 minutes, 1 movement.
  •   1979. As You Like It (1979, rev. 1986), Wexford, PA., premiered at North Allegheny High School, Eric Damm, horn; Liz Skavish, piano, 5 minutes, 1 movement.
  •   Spring, 1978. Four Early Pieces for Piano (1976-77, revised June, 1996), Pittsburgh, PA. The final movement, "Fugatina," was performed by Jody Nagel at an awards ceremony held by the Pittsburgh Piano Teachers Association.
  •   1978 (?). Four Early Pieces for Piano (1976-77, revised June, 1996) (1. Fantasy, 2. Ambiance, 3. Minuet, 4. Fugatina), Wexford, PA., premiered by Elizabeth Wilson, piano, at North Allegheny High School, approx. 7 minutes, 4 movements.
  •   1976-78 (?). In a Dream (1977) Wexford, PA., premiered at North Allegheny High School, for 3 Flutes and Guitar, approx. 5 minutes, 1 movement.
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