Repertoire

Some of My Compositional Influences:

Various Baroque works, J.S. Bach, Ravel, Stravinsky, Aaron Copland, Leonard Bernstein, Philip Glass, Peter Yates, folk, new age, electronic(a)…

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Original Compositions
(In chronological order)

  • The Dark Glass Sinfonia (“We See Through A Glass Darkly”), for symphony orchestra. 6 minutes. (2017)
  • Forgotten Melody, miniature for violin and piano. 3 minutes. (2006/2017)
  • Aradia, La Bella Pellegrina, for student clarinet, flute or violin, and piano. Composed for Payman Eliahoo. 3 minutes. 2017.
  • Falada, for Piano, Violin, Viola, and Cello. 4 minutes. (1998, 2001, 2017)
  • Weeping Willow, for two violins and piano. Composed for Payman Eliahoo. 6:30 minutes. 2016. [Available @ Discography Page]
  • Song of the Golden Spiral, an original electronic piece. (2016) [Available @ Discography Page]
  • Christmas Wayfarer, for concert band. A Medley of Sacred Carols — arrangement of the 2015 version for symphony orchestra. (2016)
  • The Oracle, for flute/piccolo, Bb clarinet, violin, cello, and piano. 12 minutes. 2016.
  • Dance the Dream, for digital ostinato, electric 5- or 6-string violin, acoustic violin, and electric bass. 5 minutes. 2016. [Available @ Discography Page]
  • DodecaFunky, for solo flute and piano (with extended techniques). 5 minutes. 2015.
  • Christmas Wayfarer, for symphony orchestra. A Medley of Sacred Carols. Composed for The Master’s College Orchestra, Santa Clarita, CA. 8 minutes. (2015) [Available @ Discography Page]
  • Fairytale Woods, for small chamber orchestra (picc, fl, ob, eng horn, 2 cl, 2 bassoons, 2 horns, trombone, euphonium, harp, and strings). 2 minutes. (2015) [Available @ Discography Page]
  • Now Winter Nights Enlarge, for SSA vocal trio, and hand percussion (rainstick, tambourine, and finger cymbals). Moderately extended vocal techniques and microtones included. 3 minutes. (2015) [Available @ Discography Page]
  • Cradle Song (of Mary’s Beloved), for SATB choir and solo part for either Flute, Bb Clarinet, F Horn, or Bb Trumpet. 3 minutes. (2015)
  • Intrepid: A Fantasy for Oboe/English Horn Soloist, and chamber orchestra. 9 minutes. (2015) [Available @ Discography Page]
  • O Holy Night, for Piano Trio (pno, vln, cello). 3 minutes. (2014) Written for His Way Community Church in Valencia, CA; first performed as an underscore to readings during the 2014 Christmas Eve service at His Way.
  • O Come All Ye Faithful, for Piano Trio (pno, vln, cello). 3 minutes. (2014) Written for His Way Community Church in Valencia, CA; first performed as an underscore to readings during the 2014 Christmas Eve service at His Way.
  • Hark the Herald Angels Sing, for Piano Trio (pno, vln, cello). 3 minutes. (2014) Written for His Way Community Church in Valencia, CA; first performed as an underscore to readings during the 2014 Christmas Eve service at His Way.
  • Silent Night, for Piano Trio (pno, vln, cello). 3 minutes. (2014) Written for His Way Community Church in Valencia, CA; first performed as an underscore to readings during the 2014 Christmas Eve service at His Way.
  • Madrigal, for Orchestra. 9 minutes. (2014) [Available @ Discography Page]
  • Memories of Valor, for string orchestra. 2 minutes. (2014) [Available @ Discography Page]
  • Resplendence, for Handbell Choir, 3.5 octaves. 6 minutes. (2014)
  • Organic Circuitry, an Electro-Acoustic Quartet for violin, cello, 5-string electric violin (with Octave Drop pedal), and 6-string electric violin (with Chorus and Delay pedals). 6 minutes. (2014) Composed for Kay Pech and the 2014 Chamber Music Institute of So Cal; performed in concert at the CMI Summer Chamber Music Gala on 7/20/2014 in Cerritos CA. [Available @ Discography Page]
  • The Musical Response soundtrack to THE BOOK OF I (2014); 50 minutes in total length [Available @ Discography Page]:
    I. “Faces in Foam” (for String Orchestra, Solo Violin, Boy Soprano [or Countertenor], and 4 Percussionists [Tamb., Timp., Sus./Crash Cymbals] – 9 minutes;
    II. “Phillipy is Fragmented” (for Amplified Solo Trio (Violin, Viola, and Cello) and String Orchestra) – 5 minutes;
    III. “Sweet Camila” (for String Quartet) – 5.5 minutes;
    IV. “The Elusive Everyman and Her Majesty” (for String Orchestra) – 6 minutes;
    V. “I Know What Death Sounds Like” (for Solo Violin and String Orchestra) – 8 minutes;
    VI. “Solitude’s Hypocrisy” (for Solo Violin and Classical Guitar) – 5 minutes;
    VII. “I Am Water” (for String Orchestra, Solo Violin, Synthesizer, Tubular Bells, and Sus. Cymbal) – 6 minutes;
    VIII. “Born of Everyman” (for voice, popular-style band, and orchestra) – 4.5 minutes.
    Album recorded in Santa Clarita (CA), and released digitally by Jaded Ibis Productions in 2014.
  • Of Roses and Lilies: A Romantic Expression Based on King Solomon’s “Song of Songs”, for Soprano, Women’s Chorus, Soprano Recorder, English Horn, Piano, and String Orchestra. 7 minutes. (2013) Performed 4/3/2014 at The Master’s College in Santa Clarita (CA) by students of the college Music Department; conducted by Sarah Wallin Huff.
  • GrayScale, Dance-Electronica-Cyberpunk Single, featuring original vocals and lyrics. [Available @ Discography Page] (2013)
  • Gypsy Wanderer, four-movement sonata for Violin and Piano. 10 minutes. (2013) Performed by Duo Appassionato October 20, 2013 in Seal Beach, CA. Appears on the 2014 Navona album, “Soul of the Machine.” [Available @ Discography Page]
  • Butterfly Lullaby, for Voice, Viola, and Piano. 3.5 minutes. (2012) Performed at the ASTA Chamber Festival, University of Redlands, 2/2/2013. [Available @ Discography Page]
  • Courage Triptych: 1. A Garden Prayer, 2. Broken Innocence, 3. Valiance; for violin duo, piano, soprano saxophone, and string orchestra. 15 minutes. (Originally composed between 1998-2004. Revised 2012.) Performed in part for numerous private occasions and recitals, and in whole during the Diamond Ranch High School Orchestra spring concert on May 26, 2013 at Fox Theater, Pomona (CA). Appears on the 2014 Navona album, “Soul of the Machine.” [Available @ Discography Page]
  • Kandy (Your Smile, Your Eyes), original song for mezzo-soprano, violin, viola, piano, and optional pop-rock band. 5.5 minutes. (2012) [Available @ Discography Page]
  • Counterpoint Invariable: I. Intervallic Structure, II. Tone and Color, III. Urban Rhythm; for violin trio. Dedicated to the Rosé Violin Trio. 20 minutes. (2012) Performed November 2012 in La Verne, CA by the Rosé Violin Trio, and appears on the 2014 Navona album, “Soul of the Machine.” Selected and nominated by PARMA Recordings for the 2015 Grammys Awards category for Best Small Ensemble Performance. Accepted by the NARAS to appear on the Grammy First Round Ballot. [Available @ Discography Page]
  • Bonnie Prince Charlie, for two fiddles, viola or cello, and optional Celtic-rock band. 5.5 minutes. (2011/2016).
  • In the Forest (Amazing Grace), for String Quartet. Dedicated to Danielle Cummins. 5 minutes. (2011) Performed on numerous occasions by private, gigging quartets. Appears on the 2013 album, “A Personal Echo.” [Available Here]
  • The Old-Beggar Woman, part of the in-progress Brothers Grimm Song Cycle. For Soprano and Violin. 3 minutes. (2011) Performed October 2011 in Claremont, CA. Appears on the 2013 album, “A Personal Echo.”  [Available Here]
  • Philip Glass Buys a Loaf of Bread, for soprano, two mezzo-sopranos, and tenor. 7 minutes. A musical setting of the play by the same name by David Ives. (2010)
  • Sonata Moderna, based on the original 17th century work, “Sonata sopra la Monica,” by Biagio Marini. For two violins, cello, drum kit, electric guitar, and electric bass. (2010) Reduced version performed in Claremont (CA) during the Claremont Community School of Music Scholarship Benefit Concert on January 15, 2012. Reduced version appears on the String Theory Quartet album, “Abstract.” Full version appears on the 2015 EP, “SONATA MODERNA.” [Available @ Discography Page]
  • Leviathan of The Ancient Deep, three-movement concerto for solo six-string electric violin, chamber orchestra, EWI (Electric Wind Instrument), and synthesizer. 25 minutes. (2008)
  • Fair Katrinelje and Pif-Paf-Poltrie, part of the in-progress Brothers Grimm Song Cycle. For soprano, flute, cello, and piano. 7.5 minutes. (2008) Performed Nov. 21, 2008 at Cal Poly, Pomona (CA) as part of the Charles Lindsley Memorial Vocal Scholarship Fund Raiser: “The Feminine Voice.”
  • Anima Mechanicae: Soul of the Machine, for String Quartet. 12 minutes. (2007) Performed numerous occasions in concert, beginning in 2011, throughout Southern CA. Has also been debuted in concert in Devon, England at the Exeter Phoenix Auditorium, July 6, 2014. Appears on the 2014 Navona album, “Soul of the Machine.” [Available @ Discography Page]
  • Adoré, for String Orchestra. 5 minutes. (2007) Composed by request of the strings of the Aineo Christian Chamber Orchestra and premiered at Zipper Hall in Los Angeles in 2007. Performed on several occasions in concert, beginning at Zipper Hall, and including a composition festival on campus at Biola University on Oct. 11, 2014, performed by the strings of the Biola University Symphony. Appears on the 2014 Navona album, “Soul of the Machine.” [Available @ Discography Page]
  • Pegasus, for violin, guitar, and piano. 5 minutes. (2006) Performed in 2006 at Cal Poly, Pomona (CA). [Available @ Discography Page]
  • Dreamscape, a second GarageBand project (see Vortex Warped below)! (2006) [Available @ Discography Page]
  • Blessings and Harmony, for violin solo. 3 minutes. Dedicated to Yvonne and Michael. (2006) Performed as bridal processionals for two weddings. Appears on the 2013 album, “A Personal Echo.” [Available Here]
  • Pittsburgh Melody, for solo flugelhorn and piano. 3 minutes. (2004) Appears on the 2013 album, “A Personal Echo.” [Available Here]
  • Introit, for live MIDI Band (2 female vocalists, 4 electric violinists including one 5-string violin, 2 synthesizers, 2 EWIs, 1 MIDI trumpet, 1 MalletKat, MIDI drum set, 1 electric guitar, and 1 electric bass). (2009) Performed in 2009 at Cal Poly, Pomona (CA) by the Cal Poly MIDI Ensemble. [Available @ Discography Page]
  • Vortex Warped, an original GarageBand project. A great dance mix! (2004) [Available @ Discography Page]
  • Personal Echo, for electric violin and digital delay. 3.5 minutes. (2003) Performed for a variety of occasions. Appears on the 2013 album, “A Personal Echo,” and on the String Theory Quartet album, “Abstract.” [Available @ Discography Page]
  • Oppression, for solo violin. 2.5 minutes. (2003) Appears on the 2013 album, “A Personal Echo.” [Available Here]
  • Face in the Moonlight, state Finalist winner in the BMI John Lennon Songwriting Competition in 2003. For mezzo-soprano, string quartet, and piano. 3.5 minutes. (2002) Appears on the 2013 album, “A Personal Echo.” [Available Here]
  • Greek Dance, for string quartet. 2 minutes. (2002) Performed by the McKinley String Quartet on April 14, 2013, at Holy Cross Lutheran in Cypress, CA. Appears on the 2013 album, “A Personal Echo.” [Available Here]
  • The Old Musicbox, a piano solo. 2 minutes. (2001/revised 2012) Appears on the 2013 album, “A Personal Echo.” [Available Here]
  • Psalm 103, a lead sheet for praise and worship. (2000)
  • Shout with Joy, a lead sheet for praise and worship. (2000)
  • Cinq Hommes du Cirque, for solo violin. 2 minutes. (1999)
  • The Dove, for string trio (violin, viola, cello). 2 minutes. (1998) Performed in a private string studio recital in 1998.
  • Morning Light, for two-part youth choir and piano. (1993) Performed in concert by the Izaak Walton Intermediate School choir in Garden Grove, CA. Finalist Winner in the 1993 Disneyland Creativity Challenge.

Original Arrangements of Existing Works

Original Scores for Film and Theater

  • Entirely improvised work for the theater play, One Flea Spare by Naomi Wallace. Thanks to Dave Mickey for the opportunity!! (c. 2005)
  • Original score for two violins, for the short film, The Visit. Co-composer: Danielle Cummins. Producer/Director: Steve Zelt. (2008)

All fore-mentioned arrangements and compositions are Copyright 1993-2017 by Sarah Wallin. All rights reserved.