Time’s Arrest (2015)

Miniature for vibraphone


Duration: 1:30
PDF of Score: $3

Tim Jones, vibraphone

Here is an extended version of the piece:

Duration: 5 minutes
PDF Score: $10


Afterglow (2016)

for solo marimba

Duration: 3 minutes
PDF Score: $10

Afterglow (2016) for solo marimba was commissioned by Mark Boseman for his book titled Mallets & Music: A Guide to Four Mallet Marimba. It was designed to focus on one-handed rolls.


Cerulean Tears (2016)

for solo vibraphone

Duration: 5 minutes
PDF of Score: $10


Intertwined (2016)

for solo piano

Duration: 4 minutes
PDF Score: $10


After Hours (2014)

for solo drum set

Duration: 2 minutes
PDF Score: $5

Aaron Staebell, drums

AfterHours (2014) was commissioned by drummer Aaron Staebell for his showcase SoloDrumSolo at the 2014 Rochester Fringe Festival. When Aaron approached me about writing a drumset solo for him to perform at the Fringe Festival, he told me his goal was to collect a number of pieces for solo drumset that are NOT stylized in a jazz, rock or latin context, learn them, perform them, submit them to workshops/conferences and maybe eventually publish a collection of these works.


Awakening (2011)

for organ and optional voice

Duration: 13 minutes
PDF Score: $30

Awakening (2011) for organ solo was premiered by organist Thatcher Lyman on the Craighead-Saunders organ at Christ Church. I collaborated with him on the piece, and given the coloristic possibilities of the organ, I left the registration choices up to him and any organist performing this in the future. Awakening is a fantasy using the song I wrote setting the poem “Juliet’s Aubade” by E. Louise Beach to music. In the middle of the piece, Thatcher sings a few a portion of the melody.


Heat (2011)

for solo marimba

Duration: 8 minutes
PDF Score: $15

Heat (2011) was written for percussionist Sean Connors, and was premiered at the Eastman School of Music in March 2011 on the Composers’ Sinfonietta concert. He also performed this composition with improvisation at a hot-glass creation exhibit at the Rochester Institute of Technology with his duo partner in their group, Amphion Percussion. Please see the category MULTIMEDIA/FILM for the video.


Soliloquy (2007)

for solo cello

Duration: 7 minutes
PDF Score: $15

Performance by cellist Jonathan Golove at the 2009 June in Buffalo Festial

Soliloquy (2007) was premiered by cellist Caroline Stinson at Syracuse University, October 2007. It received a second performance by Ignacy Grzelaska at Ossia Concert, Kilbourn Hall, Eastman School of Music, and a third performance by Jonathan Golove at June in Buffalo Festival 2009. In addition, it was recorded by cellist David Russell at the Cleveland Composer’s Institute of Recording in July 2011.