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    Aradia, La Bella Pellegrina

    $7.00

    For beginning-intermediate clarinet, flute (or violin), with piano. Score and Parts included.


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    Cradle Song (of Mary’s Beloved)

    $10.00

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    “Cradle Song (of Mary’s Beloved)” is a 3-minute-long work for SATB choir with either brass or woodwind instrumental solo (the solo part is available in this download for Bb Trumpet, Flute, Bb Clarinet, or Horn in F).


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    DodecaFunky

    $8.00

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    A funky solo for flute with piano accompaniment, this intense and spastic work exploits various manipulations of a twelve-tone row (dodecaphony) and sets the serial melody to a backdrop of hard bop and swing. While it is a flurry of virtuosity, DodecaFunky nonetheless convinces itself not to be taken too seriously.


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    Fair Katrinelje and Pif-Paf-Poltrie

    $8.00

    From the upcoming Brothers Grimm Song Cycle;
    for Soprano, Flute, Cello, and Piano

    Score and one set of Parts included as a single PDF file.


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    Paroketh’s Veil (CBTTF Records)

    “…transcend[ing] chamber music to an ethereal experience.”

    Available via CBTTF Records.


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    The Oracle (Parts)

    $18.00

    The 2016 work for flute/piccolo, Bb clarinet, violin, cello, and piano.

    Using 50 tarot cards to create the framework, there is both an element of chance (in that the process of drawing the cards and their placement in the 5 separate tarot spreads, is all random) and an element of “foreordained knowledge” (or pre-compositional structure).

    “The Oracle” has thus emerged as a multi-faceted, deeply layered, story-driven reflection of the human condition.


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    The Oracle (Score)

    $18.00

    Score instant download.

    The 2016 work for flute/piccolo, Bb clarinet, violin, cello, and piano.

    Using 50 tarot cards to create the framework, there is both an element of chance (in that the process of drawing the cards and their placement in the 5 separate tarot spreads, is all random) and an element of “foreordained knowledge” (or pre-compositional structure).

    “The Oracle” has thus emerged as a multi-faceted, deeply layered, story-driven reflection of the human condition.


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