1. 6 snapshots for solo flute: 3 minutes; premiered by Lois Cornils at First & Second Unitarian, Boston, USA with "Music Now." Used in "Auto-Portamatic" by TJ Norris shown at The Outlook Film & Video Festival, NYC. You can hear it to the right:
2. Three Pieces for Solo Oboe: 16 minutes minutes for oboe. 1. Based on the retrograde of "Yankee Doodle." 2. & 3. based on anonymous music written on cups. Unperformed.
3. after e. e. cummings: 4 variations on Bb: 5 minutes; 4 movements; for guitar; Unperformed.
4. Three Pieces for Solo Viola: 3 and a half minutes; 3 short movements.
5. Circus Sonata I: 8 minutes; 4 movements; for solo viola. Unperformed.
6. Circus Sonata II: 12 minutes; 4 movements; for solo viola. Unperformed.
7. Plainsong: 10 minutes for either solo viola or solo 'cello; unperformed.
8. Celebration: 6 minutes; 4 movements; for 'cello. Performed in a withheld version for 'cello and piano by the composer with 'cellist, Al Shahain at First Unitarian Society of West Newton, MA, USA.
9. After Samuel Beckett: 8 minutes for 'cello; performed by Michael Romanul:
in Boston, MA, USA at: 1st & 2nd U. U.; Barbara Krakow Art Gallery; Mass. General Hospital; and on WCRB radio, Boston. Cablecast on BNN-TV as the clay animated video "The Philosophy of Not-Knowing" as part of "Crazy Dinosaurs."
You can see the video
to the right:
10. 2 Pieces for Harp: "5 minutes and 38 seconds: "The Silent Knight" & "Lace"
from Chamber Symphony III (III/II/2/II & V) a parody symphony. Also the first two movements of the piano sonatina (II/IIIa/1). You can hear harpist, Michael Rafferty, as he performed these two pieces at "Oasis" Boston, MA, USA. with the button to the right:
Michael Rafferty performs
"2 Pieces for Harp"
Book II: Duos
1. Sora Sona: 7 minutes and 20 seconds; first and last movement performed by Janet Wheeler and Charlotte Regni Lord, sopranos, in Rockport, MA with text by the composer (withheld).
2a. Sora Sona: for clarinet, violin or viola... (either voice); or flute or oboe...
(upper voice) and alto flute or English horn... (lower voice).
2b. Sora Sona: for clarinet, violin or viola... (either voice); or flute or oboe...
(upper voice) and bass clarinet, bassoon, 'cello... (lower voice).
2. March of The Ants: 8 and a half minutes; 5 movements.
1a. March of The Ants: either voice: clarinet, violin, viola... upper voice: flute, oboe...
lower voice: alto flute, English horn... Unperformed.
1b. March of The Ants: upper voice: flute, oboe, clarinet, violin, viola...
lower voice: bass clarinet, bassoon, 'cello... Unperformed.
3. Autumn: 23 minutes; 6 movements; for flute, oboe, clarinet or violin with English horn, clarinet or viola. Unperformed.
4. Stag Ritual: 4 minutes for 2 bassoons. See Pan: VI/I/2b. Unperformed.
5. G'dot for 2 Harps:
4 minutes and 20 seconds; after the play by Samuel Beckett. Premiered at 1st and 2nd by Michael Rafferty and Virginia Crumb. Used in the video "The Dream" shown on BNN-TV as part of "Crazy Dinosaurs." You can see the video to the right:
6. Genealogy of Morals : 12 minutes and 20 seconds: 4"essays"
5a. Genealogy of Morals: for violin and viola.
5b. Genealogy of Morals: for violin and violoncello.
7. Sonata al Fresco: Written in Ireland. Unperformed.
7a. Sonata for Violin and Piano: 11 minutes and 53 seconds; 4 movements.
7b. Sonata for Violin and Marimba: 8 minutes and 20 seconds; 3 movements.
7c. Sonata for Violin and Guitar: 8 minutes and 20 seconds; 3 movements.
Concerto Ballets: soloist with orchestra, with piano solo (see Volumes III & IV: Book II)
8. - 11. The Lovers: 17 and a half minutes; 6 movements; based on the myth of Orpheus and Eurydice, with a happy ending. Inspired by "The Lovers" by Marc Chagall. See Volume III & IV: Book II.
8. Alto Flute Concerto: with piano;
9. Oboe Concerto: with piano;
10. Clarinet Concerto: with piano; for Christian Contreras;
11. Viola Concerto: for my husband, Drew Hubbard (aka. Andrew Swan); The viola concerto is the original version; It is a whole step lower than the other three concertos.
Solos with orchestra (Volume III: Book III) for solo with piano:
12. III/III/1c. Lunar Eclipse: 12 minutes; for tenor saxophone or bass clarinet with piano.
To the right you can hear the performance by Christian Contreras, tenor saxophone, with pianist, Yelena Beriyeva, on 1/27/12 with Boston Metro Opera. See also I/VII/1 below.
13. III/II/2c. Violin Concerto I: 9 minutes; 3 movements; violin and piano. Unperformed.
14. III/II/3d. Violin Concerto II: 35 minutes; 4 movements; violin and piano. Movements II & IV use material from the last movement of Piano Sonatina (II/IIIa/2).
Book III: Trios:
1. Trio #I: 7 minutes; 4 movements. Unperformed.
1a. String Trio #I: for violin, viola and 'cello.
1b. Woodwind Trio #I: for flute, clarinet, and bassoon.
2. Trio #II: 16 and a half minutes; 5 movements. Unperformed.
2a. String Trio #II: for violin, viola and 'cello.
2b. Woodwind Trio #II: for flute, English horn, and bassoon.
3. String Trio #III: 7 minutes and 40 seconds; 4 movements; for violin, viola and 'cello. Unperformed.
4. String Trio #IV: Paris: 23 minutes; 7 movements; for violin, viola and 'cello. In Paris, France, we we're given the instructions by our guide not to speak. The gig was up when I realized that this piece was left at the airport. The cab driver was very understanding and the piece was recovered safely. Unperformed.
5. Trio #V: Manhattan: 12 minutes; 5 movements. Written in the audition
for The Manhattan School of Music, NYC. Unperformed.
5a, Trio for Clarinet, French Horn and 'Cello;
5b. Trio for Clarinet, French Horn and Double Bass.
6 Trio #VI: Piano Trio: Dyptych for Flute, Bassoon and Piano: 7 minutes; Premiered at Princeton University, Princeton, NJ, USA, by the Millstone Trio: Phyllis Lehrer, pianist.
7. Sarabande: 7 minutes and 45 seconds. Unperformed.
7a. Sarabande for flute and piano;
7b. Trio #VII: Piano Trio: Sarabande for Flute, Viola and Piano.
Book IV: Quartets:
1. String Quartet # I: "Requiem" 21 and a half minutes; 4 movements. Unperformed.
2. String Quartet # II: "Antithesis" 7 minutes and 15 seconds;
1 movement. Unperformed.
3. String Quartet # III: "The Cave" 14 minutes and 45 seconds;
4 movements. With shorter second movement, and without repeats can be performed in four or five less minutes. Unperformed.
4. Flute Quartet: "Existence" 11 minutes; 1 movement; for flute, 2 violins and viola. Shorter version performed at University of Vermont, Margaret Costa, violin I. Otherwise unperformed.
5. VII/I/1. Donkey Blues: String quartet based on "Donkey, Donkey" and "Love is Like The Wind" from Pinocchio & Gaynocchio. (See IV/V/1 & VIII/I/1).
5a. Donkey Blues; 4 minutes exactly; for String Quartet Slapdown 7 in 2020.
5b. Donkey Blues: 6 minute version, slower tempos in the middle section.
Book V: Quintets:
1. Three Words for Woodwind Quintet: 3 movements; 16 minutes; Read at Boston University under Robert Sirota; written for Albert Regni. Unperformed.
2. Piano Quintet: 3 movements; 17 minutes and 20 seconds; for piano and string quartet; for Kassia Music.
3. III/I/3c. Scaramouche et Pulcinella: 3 movements; 20 minutes; for flute, clarinet, violin, 'cello and piano. May have been performed at The Aichi University of The arts, Nagakute, Japan; with clarinetist, Romualdo Barone.
4. III/I/5b. Scrooge: A Symphony Ballet for New Year's Day: 7 scenes; 1 hour and 7 minutes; for piano, harpsichord, harp, percussion and viola. Commissioned and performed by The Copley Square Ballet at
The Strand Theater in Dorchester. MA. Choreographed by David Drummond,
5. of III/III/1b. Passacaglia: 4 minutes; string quintet: 2/1/1/1. Unperformed.
6a. of III/III/3e. Song of War for String Quintet: 2/1/1/1; 3 movements; 14 minutes and 45 seconds; Unperformed.
6b. of III/III/3f. Song of War for String Quintet: 2/1/1/1: 3 movements; 9 minutes and 40 seconds; Unperformed.
Book VII: Septets:
Septet versions of orchestral works (Volume III):
1. of III/III/1b. Lunar Eclipse: Concerto for Tenor Saxophone or Bass Clarinet: 12 minutes; with harp or piano and string quintet: 2/1/1/1. . See I/II/12 above.
2. of III/II/3c. Violin Concerto II: 35 minutes; 4 movements; violin solo with piano and string quintet: 2/1/1/1.
Book VIII: Octets:
1. Antigon for Brass Octet: 13 minutes; 5 movements. Selections from the opera Antigon (VII/II/2/2b). Unperformed.
1a. Antigon For Brass Octet: French horn, 3 trumpets, 2 trombones, euphonium and tuba.
1b. Antigon for Brass Octet: re-written for "Banquet Brass" of Japan: French horn; 2 trumpets in Bb; trumpet in A; 3 trombones, and Tuba.
Octet versions of orchestral works (Volume III):
2. of III/II/2b. Violin Concerto I: 9 minutes; 3 movements; violin solo with glockenspiel, 2 violas, 2 'cellos, and 2 double basses. Unperformed.
3. of III/III/4d. Flute Octet: "Sorrow" from Paradise Regained: 4 minutes.
Original version: written for Donald Maher. Middle movement of the string nonet: I/IX/1 directly below, Unperformed.
Book IX: Nonet:
Nonet versions of orchestral works (Volume III):
1. of III/III/4b. String Nonet: Paradise Regained: 14 minutes; 3 movements; for double string quartet with double bass: 2/2/2/2/1. Unperformed in this version.
The third movement was used to create the choral piece: "Dunt" VI/I/3.
The first movement was used in "Dinos in Space" as part of "Crazy Dinosaurs" cablecast on BNN-TV; The piano version of this piece (II/IIIc/4) is performed by Eileen Feldman. Please see video to the right: