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The Burning Woman Revisited. III. Burning Woman Blues, first minute.
Susan Narucki, soprano. Beth Wiemann, clarinet. American Academy in Rome, 6/96.
Mento. I. Ou, first minute.
Beth Wiemann, clarinet. Sandra Sprecher, piano. American Academy in Rome, 6/96.
Figure Eight (etude #5) octave etude. First minute.
Geoffrey Burleson, piano. M.I.T., 1/98.
Taking the Fifths (etude #37) etude on perfect fifths. First minute.
Amy Dissanayake, piano. Slosberg Hall, Brandeis University, 3/03.
Strident (etude #40) stride piano etude. First minute.
Amy Dissanayake, piano. Slosberg Hall, Brandeis University, 3/03.
Ice Boogie (etude #16) etude on melodic octaves. Complete (from Bridge Records site)
Amy Dissanayake, piano. Bridge Records 9121.
Ten of a Kind (Symphony No. 2) I. Labyrinth, m. 113 to the end.
Ten of a Kind (Symphony No. 2) II. Song Stylings, final 1:04.
Ten of a Kind (Symphony No. 2) III. Yoikes and Away, mm. 21-53.
Ten of a Kind (Symphony No. 2) IV. Scherzo: Martian Counterpoint, mm. 1-51.
US Marine Band, Col. Timothy Foley, conductor.
Cerberus (triple clarinet concerto) first 1:38.
Eric Thomas, cl/bcl; Beth Wiemann, cl; Katherine Matasy, bcl; Composers Conference, Efrain Guigui, conductor, 8/92.
The Burning Woman Revisited. IV. Elegy, complete (1:32). Poem by Joseph Duemer.
Susan Narucki, soprano. Beth Wiemann, clarinet. American Academy in Rome, 6/96.
Elegy for string orchestra, excerpt (1:10)
Michael Pratt, conductor. Cathedral Concert Orchestra, 3/84.
Rowell Come Back Now. II. first 0:54.
Mary Rowell, electric violin. Sylvia and Danny Kaye Playhouse, New York, 3/98.
Diverti. II. Warum, first minute.
Beth Wiemann, clarinet; Sandra Sprecher, piano. American Academy in Rome, 6/96.
Silently, a Wind Goes Over, V. For Wittgenstein, final 0:54. Poem by Joseph Duemer.
Susan Narucki, soprano; Sandra Sprecher, piano. American Academy in Rome, 6/96.
Sixth Appeal (etude #39) etude on sixths. Final 1:18.
Amy Dissanayake, piano. Slosberg Recital Hall, Brandeis University, 3/03.
Rick's Mood. Non-etude on all major triads. Complete (1:24)
Amy Dissanayake, piano. Slosberg Recital Hall, Brandeis University, 3/03 (encore).
N.B. All recordings except ICE BOOGIE and LOCKING HORNS taken from live performances, and are in mp3 format.
Dances in the Dark. II. first 1:21.
New York New Music Ensemble, Jeffrey Milarsky, conductor, 10/00.
The Gardener. First 1:10. Poem by Sophie Wadsworth.
Susan Narucki, soprano. Speculum Musicae, Jeffrey Milarsky, conductor, 12/02.
Hyperblue. I., first 1:14.
Itzkoff-Shapiro-Rider Due, Boston College, 3/93.
Sesso e Violenza. III., first 1:16.
Ensemble 21, Peter Jarvis, conductor. Merkin Concert Hall, New York, 4/97.
Slange. I. First 0:46.
Parnassus, Anthony Korf, conductor. Merkin Concert Hall, 10/84.
Take Jazz Chords, Make Strange. I. First 1:46.
Beth Wiemann, clarinet. Lydian String Quartet. Slosberg Hall, Brandeis University, 4/99.
When the Bow Breaks. III. Chorale Around the Open Strings, middle 1:09.
Curtis Macomber, violin. 12/01.
When the Bow Breaks. IV. I Dreamed I Was Chasing My Own Tail, first 1:09.
Curtis Macomber, violin. 12/01.
Locking Horns. II. excerpt. (from Albany Records website)
Daniel Grabois, horn; Paul Hostetter, conductor. Sequitur. (Albany Troy 607)
Dream Symphony (Symphony No. 3). III. final 4:15.
New England String Ensemble, Susan Davenny Wyner, conductor. 2/04.
Albany website
Bridge website
Dream Symphony (Symphony No. 3). II. final 2:33 (fugue, climax, coda).
Dream Symphony (Symphony No. 3). I. first 1:50.
Take Jazz Chords, Make Strange. III. Middle 1:14.
Dream Symphony (Symphony No. 3). II. goofy fugue.
A Gliss is Just a Gliss (etude #30) etude on glissandi. First 1:21.
Amy Dissanayake, piano. Mondavi Center, University of California Davis, 10/03.
Pollici e Mignoli (or, The Virus That Ate New York) (etude #9). First 1:22.
Amy Dissanayake, piano. Mondavi Center, University of California Davis, 10/03.
Three Songs on Poems of Louise Bogan. 3. To Be Sung on the Water. First 1:33.
Judith Bettina, soprano, James Goldsworthy, piano. Date unknown.
Attitude Problem, III. excerpt
The Triple Helix, March, 1997.
All compositions except Rick's Mood, Dream Symphony, Squeaky Wheel and Elegy copyright by CF Peters Corp.
Boston Modern Orchestra Project, Gil Rose, conductor, 5/21/04.
Persistent Memory. II. mm. 60-231 (Var. IV, Scherzo, Var. V)
Link to Five Etudes in streaming audio on WGBH "Art of the States" site.
Link to "Bop It" (etude #41) in streaming audio on Yaddo site.
Sibling Revelry. IV. Moody's Blues. Complete.
US Marine Band, Lt. Col. Michael Colburn, conductor
Sibling Revelry. II. Strident. Complete.
Sibling Revelry. I. Zipper Tango. First 1:20
Violin Songs. IV. Trillium. First 1:44.
Susan Narucki, soprano, Curtis Macomber, violin, 11/18/04
The Squeaky Wheel
Beth Wiemann, E-flat clarinet.
Saltimmano (etude #49)
Amy Dissanayake, piano.
Zeccatella (etude #59)
Geoffrey Burleson, piano.
Elegy for string orchestra (1984)
Cathedral Concert Orchestra of Newark, Michael Pratt.
Cell Division (etude #53)
Augustus Arnone, piano.
Zipper Tango (etude #51)
Amy Dissanayake, piano.
Kai'n Variation (etude #81)
Kai Schumacher, piano.
Flit (etude #95)
I-Chen Yeh, piano.
Moody, My Doom (prelude #1)
Karl Larson, piano.
Stolen Moments, third movement (tango)
Disparate Measures III. (Vapor Lock)
Stony Brook Cont. Players
Chase (etude #71, with celesta)
Don Berman, piano
WW quintet and string quartet