Piano Sonatinas: Piano Sonatina: 3 movements in 3 minutes; premiered by Eileen Feldman at Paine Hall of Harvard University; Movements I & II played at "Oasis" and elsewhere by Michael Rafferty, harp. I is included in "This Old Man," II is included in "Gothic Noel" and Movement III is featured in two movements of The Violin Concerto. See "Orchestral Music" and Tarot Symphonies #5, 12 & 15.
Itsy Bitsy Piano Sonatina: 3 movements in 4 minutes; written in Italy. Used in "This Old Man" in "Orchestral Music" and Tarot Symphony #5. Unperformed.
Piano Sonatas: Piano Sonata #1: Two Melodies: Dark Forest and In an Aztec Tomb; 10 minutes. Unperformed.
Piano Sonata # II: Water Death: 2 movements in 10 minutes. Premiered by Carmen Rodriguez-Peralta at The United Parish in Brookline, MA with "Music Now" and cablecast as the clay animated video "Murder Mystery" in "Crazy Dinosaurs" on BNN-TV. Story, as told in Fate Magazine, of a Captain of a ship who sees the murdered faces of his crew in the waves.
Piano Sonata #III: Ice: 4 movements in 15 minutes. Unperformed.
Piano Suites: Book of the Hanging Fruit-flies: 3 suites and 2 sonatinas totalling 20 minutes; "five fingers." Cablecast in the computer drawn soap opera "Dynosaur" in Crazy Dinosaurs; also used in the video "Grasshopper Gartside" by Robert Morris. Recorded by the composer. Unperformed.
Christmas Suite: 7 movements in 15 minutes; Otherwise unperformed. Music used in Tarot Symphonies #5 & #12.
Nostradamus 23: 15 minutes. Narrator and Synthesizer. Exiled on a planet for his heretical ideas, the narrator's mind is finally deprogrammed. Uses Christmas Carols; Cablecast, synthesized music recorded by the composer.
Transformations: Piano version of Tarot Symphony #7 for string orchestra.; theme and eight variations in 10 minutes. Unperformed.
Miscellaneous Piano Pieces: Lace: 1 and a half minutes. Performed on harp by Michael Rafferty at Oasis, Boston. See "Tarot Symphony #13.
Dream Fugue: 2 minutes, 40 seconds; Fugue I: Subject from a dream; Fugue II: Inversion: Fugue III: Retrograde; Fugue IV: Retrograde Inversion. Also for string quintet and string orchestra. Unperformed.
Invention: 3 minutes. Unperformed.
Time: 3 minutes. Premiered at The University of Vermont. Performed by Eileen Feldman with "Music Now" at Holy Trinity Armenian Church in Cambridge, MA. Choreographed by Nancy Angelini who performed it with Joe Pocaro with "Music Now & Now Dance." Included in "Paradise Regained" See Chamber and Orchestral Music. Used in the clay animated video "Dinos in Space" as of part Crazy Dinosaurs, cablecast on BNN-TV. Also the first movement of Tarot Symphony #10 for string orchestra.
Percussion Piece: 3 minutes. Premiered by Carmen Rodriguez-Peralta at The Boston Public Library with "Music Now." Used for the clay animated video "The Train" as part of Crazy Dinosaurs, cablecast on BNN-TV. Passacaglia: 4 minutes. See alternate version in Orchestral Music, Tarot Symphony #17. Unperformed.
Dream Fugue: 5 minutes; March 11-15, 2014. Fugue I (3/11/14), subject from a dream; inversion fugue (3/12/14); retrograde and retrograde inversion fugues (3/15/14).
The Hermit in The Crystal Forest: 10 minutes. A portion was used in the video "Meduca Seduca" cablecast on BNN-TV as recorded by the composer. See orchestral version from May, 2013 which uses both versions plus added material. Listed in "Orchestral Music" and Tarot Symphony #9.
The Great Liberator: 30 minute reduction of the ballet: See "Chamber Music," "Orchestral Music" and "Ballets." See also Tarot Symphony #3.
Scrooge: 40 minute piano reduction of the ballet as commissioned and performed by The Copley Square Ballet: See "Chamber Music," "Orchestral Music" and "Ballets." See also Tarot Symphony #4 and "Watch Scrooge."
Organ: Invocation: 3 minutes.Commissioned by The American Guild of Organists for The Biennial National Convention in Boston, MA; published by E. C. Schirmer. Premiered by Lenora McCroskey at First Baptist in Newton, MA. Five Chorale Preludes: 10 minutes; performed many times by Harvey Burget: at St. Paul's Cathedral, and Marsh Chapel in Boston and The Church of The Ascension in NYC and at Corpus Christie. Selections also played by Gordon Dean and James Christi.
Harpsichord: Sonatina for Harpsichord: 3 movements in 5 minutes. Unperformed.