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SYDNEY HODKINSON

SYDNEY HODKINSON

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Born in Winnipeg, Manitoba in 1934, Sydney Hodkinson received his Bachelor and Master of Music Degrees from the Eastman School of Music where he studied composition with Louis Mennini and Bernard Rogers. He continued his studies in composition at the Princeton Seminars with Elliott Carter, Roger Sessions, and Milton Babbitt. Hodkinson received his Doctor of Musical Arts Degree from the University of Michigan in 1968, studying with Leslie Bassett, Niccolo Castiglioni, Ross Lee Finney and George B. Wilson. Brief private studies with Benjamin Britten and Luigi Dallapiccola ensued.

Dr. Hodkinson has taught at the Universities of Virginia, Ohio and Michigan and, during 1970-72, served as artist-in-residence in Minneapolis under a grant from the Ford Foundation Contemporary Music Project. He joined the faculty of the Conducting and Ensembles Department of the Eastman School of Music of the University of Rochester in 1973, assuming the directorship of the Eastman Musica Nova Ensemble and later, the Kilbourn Orchestra. During 1984-86, he served as Meadows Distinguished Professor of Composition at Southern Methodist University, and in 1991 was Visiting Professor of Composition at the University of Western Ontario. In 1995, Hodkinson assumed teaching duties in the Composition Department at the Eastman School until his retirement in January of 1999. Since then, he has conducted the New Music Group at Oberlin College (2001), served as Visiting Professor of Composition at Indiana University (2002), Duke University (2003), and in 2004 accepted the Almand Chair of Composition at Stetson University, Deland, FL. Hodkinson also currently conducts the Contemporary Ensemble and serves as a composer-in-residence at the Aspen Colorado Music Festival and School. During the Spring of 2012, he was awarded the Bolcom extended residency in composition at the University of Michigan and in March 2012 served as composer-in-residence at Indiana University.

Hodkinson has written over 280 works covering a vast range of genres: educational pieces, an incredible variety of chamber music, including six string quartets, a prolific output of choral, operatic and vocal music, and large orchestral canvases, with concerti for English Horn, voice, violin, and clarinet. His Seventh and Ninth Symphonies are scored for large wind ensemble.

Monumentum Pro Umbris for winds was awarded the 2004 Audience Prize and second place in the International Harmonie Composition Contest of Harelbeke, Belgium. Recent compositions include four keyboard works: Episodes, Stolen Goods, Faded Anecdotes for piano and Organmusic: Six Tableaux for solo organ; Some Assembly Requiredfor chamber septet, Eulogy - In Memoriam Donald Erb and Six-Pak: a Divertimento for wind ensemble, and Potpourri - eleven very short pieces for symphony orchestra.

Awards include the National Institute of Arts and Letters, Guggenheim Foundation, the Canada Council, the National Endowment for the Arts, International Congress of Jeunesses Musicales, Farnsley Prize of the Louisville Orchestra, Danforth Foundation, and the Ford Foundation. Compositions by BMI affiliate Hodkinson appear in the catalogs of Theodore Presser, American Composers Alliance, Associated Music Publishers (G. Schirmer), Ludwig Music Pub. Co., Music for Percussion, Editions Jobert, Ricordi, Columbia University Music Press, Dorn Publications, Transcontinental and Smith Music Publications. Activities as composer/conductor are recorded on CRI, Grenadilla, Louisville, Advance, Albany, Nonesuch, Centaur, CBC, Novisse, Mark, Innova, and Pantheon labels.

Mr. Hodkinson, a US citizen since 1995, is married to violinist Elizabeth Deischer. They have three sons and currently reside in Ormond-By-The-Sea, Florida.

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Works

Band and Wind Ensemble |  Chamber Ensembles and Instrumental Solos |  Choral and Vocal |  Keyboard |  Opera and Stage |  Orchestra |  Vocal and Choral




Band and Wind Ensemble


A Contemporary Primer for Wind, Brass, and Percussion Instruments (1972)
Commission Information: Secondary school systems of Minneapolis and St. Paul, MN
Premiere Information: Secondary school systems of Minneapolis and St. Paul, MN; Madison, WI; April 28, 1973
Reviews


A Contemporary Primer for Band Volume 1: Easy (1972)
Published: #415-41113
Secondary school systems of Minneapolis and St. Paul, MN
Secondary school systems of Minneapolis and St. Paul, MN; Madison, WI; April 28, 1973


A Contemporary Primer for Band Volume 2: Intermediate (1972)
Published: #415-41114
Secondary school systems of Minneapolis and St. Paul, MN
Secondary school systems of Minneapolis and St. Paul, MN; Madison, WI; April 28, 1973


A Contemporary Primer for Band Volume 3: Advanced (1972)
Published: #415-41115
Secondary school systems of Minneapolis and St. Paul, MN
Secondary school systems of Minneapolis and St. Paul, MN; Madison, WI; April 28, 1973


Bach Variations Nine Etudes for Winds and Percussion (1977) -- 25'
3 3 4(E-flat Cl.) 3 - 4 4 3 1(opt. Bar.); Timp. 3Perc. Hp. Pno.
Available from the Presser Rental Library
Commission Information: University of Michigan Wind Ensemble
Premiere Information: University of Michigan Wind Ensemble, H. Robert Reynolds, conductor; Ann Arbor, MI; February 16, 1979


Blocks for Concert Band
Available From Composer


Canonic Preludes: Drawings, Set No. 10 Two Impressions for Band (1993) -- 5' 30"
Published: #145-40028
Commission Information: Lutheran High School South Band, St. Louis, MO
Premiere Information: Lutheran High School South Band, St. Louis, MO, Scott Harder, conductor; May 21, 1995

Available Separately:

Full Score - Large (#145-40028F)
Set of parts (#145-40028P)


Cortege Dirge-Canons for Wind Band
Available From Associated Music Publishers (G. Schirmer)


Duae Cantatae Breves for Wind Ensemble and optional Voices (1995) -- 23'
3(Picc.) 2 5(E-flat Cl., B.Cl.) 2 - 4Sax (AATB) - 4 4 3(B.Tbn.) 1(Euph.); 6Perc. 2Cb.(low C ext.) Pno.(Cel.); opt. Chamber Choir (Solo Voices)
Available from the Presser Rental Library
Commission Information: A consortium of Cornell University, Dartmouth College, Duke University, and Yale University Wind Ensembles, and the College Band Directors National Association
Premiere Information: Cornell University Wind Ensemble; Mark Scatterday, conductor; Ithaca, NY; May 7, 1995


Litigo Andante and Rondo for Winds and Percussion
Available From Composer


Midnight Passage for Solo Bassoon, Winds, Piano and Percussion (2012) -- 12'
Solo Bsn.; 4 3 3 1, Euph.; Timp. 3Perc. Pno.(dbl. Cel.) Hp.
Available from the Presser Rental Library
Commission Information: Commissioned by Dr. Ashley Heintzen and the Stetson University Symphonic Band, Bobby Adams, conductor
Premiere Information: 2012-13 season. Ashley Heintzen, bassoon, Stetson University Symphonic Band, Bobby Adams, conductor


Monolith (Megalith VI) for Wind Ensemble
Available From Composer


Monumentum pro umbris for Wind Ensemble (2002) -- 20'
Available from the Presser Rental Library
Premiere Information: November 6th, 2003. Stetson University Wind Ensemble, Bobby Adams, conductor, Deland, Florida
Reviews


Pillar (Megalith VII) for Band
Available From Associated Music Publishers (G. Schirmer)


Stone Images Four Short Pieces for Band (1974) -- 5'
Published: #145-40019
Commission Information: Greater Rochester Youth Wind Ensemble
Premiere Information: Greater Rochester Youth Wind Ensemble, Donald Hunsberger, director; Athens High School, Athens, OH; February 20, 1977
Reviews

Available Separately:

Condensed Score (#145-40019C)
Set of parts (#145-40019P)


Symphony No. 7 "The Vanished Hand" for Wind Ensemble and Piano Obbligato (1992) -- 22'
4 3 6(E-flat Cl., B.Cl.) 4Sax(SATB) - 4 3 2 2Bar.; Timp. 5Perc. Cb. Pno.
Available from the Presser Rental Library
Commission Information: A consortium of 13 wind ensembles
Premiere Information: University of Missouri Wind Ensemble, Gary Hill, conductor; Kansas City, MO; November, 1992
Reviews


Symphony No. 9: Epiphanies an Anthem in Eight Stanzas (1993) -- 27'
3(Picc.) 3(E.H.) 3(B.Cl.) 3(Cbsn.) - 4 4 3 1; Timp. 4Perc. Pno./Cel. Hp.
Available from the Presser Rental Library
Commission Information: A consortium of ten wind ensembles.
Premiere Information: University of Kentucky Wind Ensemble, Richard Clary, conductor; Lexington, KY; April 23, 1999

Available Separately:

Score and parts (#145-40030)


Symphony No. 10 Six Reflections for Wind Ensemble (2011) -- 20'
3(Fl.1 opt.solo dbl.Picc. / Fl.2 dbl. A.Fl. / Fl.3 dbl. Picc.) 3(E.H.), 6(E-flat Cl., B.Cl., Cb.Cl.) 3(Cbsn.) 1Sop.Sax., 1A.Sax., 1Ten.Sax., 1B.Sax. - 4 3(1 dbl. Flugelhn.) 3(B.Tbn.) 1, Euph.; Timp. 6Perc. Pno. Cb.; Sop.Vx.
Available from the Presser Rental Library
Commission Information: Commissioned by the School of Music/Stetson University, in commemoration of the 25th Anniversary of the appointment of Bobby Adams, Conductor of their Symphonic Band (Deland Florida, Fall 2012
Premiere Information: 21st April, 2012: 2 mvts. only premiered at Stetson University

Movements:
I. Hullabaloo
II. Bumpy Trek
III. Strophe
IV. Gossamer
V. Canticle
VI. Shindig


Tower for Concert Band (1974) -- 7'
Published: #145-40020
Premiere Information: University of Buffalo Wind Ensemble, Sydney Hodkinson, conductor; December 12, 1976
Reviews

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Full Score - Large (#145-40020F)
Set of parts (#145-40020P)



Chamber Ensembles and Instrumental Solos


"Scissors"
Available From Composer


...Another man's poison for Brass Quintet (1970) -- 7'
2Tpt., Hn., Tbn., Tu.
Published: #144-40067
Premiere Information: Canadian Brass; Toronto, Ontario; January 19, 1974


À La Valse A Study in Legatissimo (1989) -- 4'
Solo Clarinet
Published: #144-40416


A Simple Songbook, Book 2 Six Variation-miniatures for Oboe, Flute, or Clarinet and Harpsichord or Piano
Available From American Composers’ Alliance


Allez-y! Scherzo frénétique for Violin and Piano (2004) -- 5'
Violin and Piano
Published: #144-40495
Premiere Information: April 5th, 2005. Oleh Krysa, Violin, Tatiana Tchekina, Piano. Kilbourn Concert Series, Eastman School of Music, Rochester, New York.


An Ellington Songbook a Suite in Five Parts for Brass Quintet
Available From American Composers’ Alliance


Antiphon and Toccata for Trombone Octet and Solo Trombone
Available From American Composers’ Alliance


Beguine Again Encore for Violoncello Octet (2005) -- 4'
Available from the Presser Rental Library


Branches Sonata for Violin Solo (1995) -- 20'
Published: #144-40333
Commission Information: Victor Schultz
Premiere Information: Oleh Krysa; Eastman School of Music, Rochester, NY; January 21, 1998


Cerberus Quartet for Four Tubas
Available From Associated Music Publishers (G. Schirmer)


Chaconne in Bb Jazz Reflection for Four Trios (1998) -- 14'
Trio I: Flute/Piccolo, B(Clarinet/E(Clarinet, Bass Clarinet/Tenor SaxophoneTrio II: Horn, Trumpet, TromboneTrio III: Perc.1 - Jazz Drum Set Perc. 2 – Vibes/Marimba, Piano Trio IV: Violin, Cello, Double Bass
Available from the Presser Rental Library
Premiere Information: March 26th, 1999. Musica Nova, conducted by Bradley Lubman, Eastman School of Music, Rochester, NY.


Chalumeau a Canonic Prelude for Clarinet and Tape
Available From American Composers’ Alliance


Chambers of the Twilight an April Homage for Cello (2001) -- 15'
Published: #144-40438
Premiere Information: Craig Hultgren; Steiner Auditorium, Birmingham, AL; August 29, 2001


Clarion for 1, 2, or 3 Trumpets (1984) -- 7'
Published: #144-40408
Commission Information: Christopher Gekker and Raymond Mase
Premiere Information: Christopher Gekker and Raymond Mase; New York, NY; April, 1985
Recordings


Crown Fanfare for Four Equal Instruments (2004) -- 4'
Published: #144-40500


Dance Variations on a Chopin Fragment a Divertimento for Piano Trio (1977) -- 18'
Pno. Vln. Vcl.
Published: #144-40178
Commission Information: Eastman Trio
Premiere Information: Eastman Trio, Bowling Green, OH, April 1, 1979

Movements:
Allemande
Galliard-Boogie
Hornpipe
Minuet
Polka-Hoedown
Rhumba
Tango
Tarantella

Recordings
Reviews


Dissolution of the Serial for Piano and One Instrument with Tape Excerpt
Available From Composer


Drawings, Set No. 1 for Four Percussion
Available From Music for Percussion


Drawings, Set No. 13 Six miniatures for two violas (2002) -- 11'
Premiere Information: March 15th, 2004. Karen Ritscher, James Dunham, violas, Shepherd School of Music, Rice University, Houston, Texas.
Additional Information: Published: 144-40463


Drawings, Set No. 3 for Clarinet and Drums
Available From Music for Percussion


Drawings, Set No. 4 for Three Percussion
Available From Music for Percussion


Drawings, Set No. 6 for Violin, Two Clarinets, and Bass Clarinet (1965) -- 6'
Published: #444-41007
Commission Information: Joann Furney
Premiere Information: Ohio University, Athens, OH; April, 1966


Drawings, Set No. 9 for Three Percussion (1977) -- 16'
Published: #144-40083
Commission Information: Blackearth Percussion Group
Premiere Information: Blackearth Percussion Group; Rochester, NY; September 13, 1979

Movements:
Devil's Dance: Drum
Mad Scene: Wood
Serpent Steps: Metal

Reviews

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Errata Sheet (#144-40083E)
Set of parts (#144-40083P)


Dreamshadow (2005) -- 7'
Ob.
Additional Information: Published: 144-40501


Echo Preludes Three Canonic Chorale-etudes for Large Brass Choir and Violoncello Obligato
Available From Associated Music Publishers (G. Schirmer)


Elegia in Tempore Belli for Brass Quintet (Trombone Solo), Timpani, and Double Bass
Available From Associated Music Publishers (G. Schirmer)


Faded Anecdotes Five Images for Solo Piano (2009) -- 12'
Pno.
Commission Information: Commissioned by Dr. Kristie Born
Additional Information: Published: #140-40110


Five Absurdities for Five Trombones
Available From Associated Music Publishers (G. Schirmer)


Flageolet for Flute Solo (1984) -- 5'
Published: #144-40409
Premiere Information: Rosemary Parks; Dallas, TX; April 20, 1985


Four Parlor Pieces: Drawings, Set No. 12 for Violin, Guitar, Viola, and Violoncello (1993) -- 12'
Published: #144-40263
Premiere Information: Nicholas Goluses, guitar; Kilbourn Concert Series, Rochester, NY; November 29, 1994

Available Separately:

Set of parts (#144-40263P)
Full Score - Large (#144-40263S)


Four Salon Songs: Drawings, Set No. 11 for Flute and Guitar
Published: #144-40331
Additional Information: Version for Flute and Piano also available.


Four Salon Songs: Drawings, Set No. 11 for Flute and Piano (1992) -- 12'
Published: #144-40330
Additional Information: Version for Flute and Guitar also available.


Hammer for Marimba Solo
Available From Smith Publications


Heat Prelude for Solo Jazz Trumpet (1997) -- 8'
Published: #144-40347
Premiere Information: International Trumpet Guild Convention, Nashville, TN; June, 1998
Additional Information: Second prize: 1998 International Trumpet Guild Composition Competition.


Hit and Run Praeambula for Harp and Percussion (1997) -- 8'
Published: #144-40335
Commission Information: Jim Tiller and Grace Wong
Premiere Information: Jim Tiller, percussion, Grace Wong, harp; State University of New York, Geneseo, NY; April 5, 1998

Available Separately:

Full Score - Large (#144-40335S)


Hoo-Dat Etude for Comb-and-Tissue Paper (2000) -- 3' 30"
Published: #141-40056
Premiere Information: Margaret Weinert; Rochester, NY


Imagined Quarter an Incentive for Four Percussionists
Available From Composer


Interplay a Histrionic Controversy for Four Musicians (1966) -- 13'
Fl.(A.Fl., Picc.), Cl./A.Sax., Perc., Cb.
Available from the Presser Rental Library
Commission Information: Jeunesses Musicales du Canada and the Canadian Music Center with assistance from the Centennial Commission
Premiere Information: International Jeunesses Musicales Expo 67, Montreal, Quebec; July 17, 1967
Additional Information: Second prize: International Jeunesses Musicales Expo '67.
Recordings


Introit, Elegie et Danse Macabre for Viola and Piano (1981) -- 18'
Published: #444-41014
Commission Information: Francis Tursi
Premiere Information: Laura Kuennan; Rochester, NY; April, 1983


Karin’s Waltz for Piano and optional Clarinet
Available From Composer


Kerberos an Etude for Concert Snare Drum
Available From Smith Publications


Limb for Solo Marimba
Available From Smith Publications


Mosaic for Brass Quintet
Available From Associated Music Publishers (G. Schirmer)


Night Moves: Four Trio-Nocturines for Piccolo, Percussion and Double Bass (1990) -- 13'
Published: #144-40260
Commission Information: Rosemary and Richard Parks
Premiere Information: Rosemary Parks, piccolo, Lori West, percussion, Jeffrey Stokes, double bass; London, Ontario, Canada; March, 1992


Night Rounds for Solo Horn (2010) -- 7'
Hn.
Commission Information: commissionedby, and is dedicated affectionately to Peter Kurau, Professor of Horn at the Eastman School ofMusic, Rochester, New York
Premiere Information: Peter Kurau, January 2011
Additional Information: Published: #144-40548


Night Watch for Solo Bassoon (2010) -- 7'
Bsn.
Commission Information: Commissioned by Ashley Heintzen
Additional Information: Published: #144-40549


Olympic Festival Fanfare for Brass Quintet
Available From Ludwig Music Publishing Co.


Omaggio for Tuba and Percussion
Available From American Composers’ Alliance


One Man's Meat for Double Bass with Electronic Tape (1970) -- 7'
Published: #444-41005
Commission Information: Bertram Turetzky
Premiere Information: Bertram Turetzky; UCLA, Los Angeles, CA; February 9, 1972.
Reviews


Organmusic Six Tableaux for Solo Organ (2009) -- 20'
Commission Information: commissioned by Dr. Boyd M. Jones and the Stetson University School of Music
Premiere Information: scheduled during the 2011 concert season
Additional Information: Published: #143-40015


Palisade (Megalith VIII) for Brass Ensemble with Percussion
Available From Composer


Papillons, Book 1 a Serenade of Songs Without Words for Flute, Viola, and Harp
Available From American Composers’ Alliance


Punch for Soprano Saxophone and Piano (2001) -- 7'
Published: #144-40436


Remnant (2008) -- 4'
Vln.
Additional Information: Published: 144-40525


Requiescant "In Memoriam September Eleven" Elegy for Chamber Sextet (2001) -- 11'
Fl., Cl., Perc., Vln., Vcl., Pno.
Published: #144-40437
Premiere Information: Members of Proteus 5; Aspen Music Festival, CO; Summer 2002
Reviews

Available Separately:

Set of parts (#144-40437P)
Full Score - Large (#144-40437S)


Rogatio Gravis (2003) -- 10'
Cl. Vln. Vcl.
Published: #144-40468
Premiere Information: Joaquin Valdepenas, Clarinet, AMICI Ensemble, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. April 8th, 2005.


Rush (2008) -- 2'30"
Vln.
Additional Information: Published: 144-40524


Scurry (2005) -- 4'
Cl.
Premiere Information: 13th January 2006, Elizabeth Hall Auditorium, Stetson University, Florida, Lynn Musco, Clarinet
Additional Information: Published: 144-40502


Serenata Oscura: "...cinque immagini delle notti tenebrose..." for Chamber Ensemble (1999) -- 19'
Fl.(Picc., A.Fl.), B-flat Cl.(B.Cl.), Tpt., Tbn., 2Perc., Pno., Vln., Vla., Vcl., Cb.
Available from the Presser Rental Library
Commission Information: Institute for American Music of the Eastman School of Music for the Musica Nova Ensemble
Premiere Information: Musica Nova, B. Ludman, conductor; Eastman School of Music, Rochester, NY; October 12, 2001


Short Cuts for Clarinet, Violin and Cello (2001) -- 21'
Published: #144-40434

Available Separately:

Set of parts (#144-40434P)
Full Score - Large (#144-40434S)


Shredded Postcards Drawings, Set No. 14, Ten Vignettes (2002) -- 18'
Vln., Cl., Perc.
Published: #144-40464
Premiere Information: April 8, 2003. Kilbourn Hall, Eastman School of Music, Rochester, New York. Oleh Krysa,Violin; Kenneth Grant, Clarinet; Sean Connors, Percussion.


Snippets for Saxophone Quartet (1954, rev. 2000) -- 13'
Published: #144-40426

Available Separately:

Set of parts (#144-40426P)
Full Score - Large (#144-40426S)


Sojournen for Cello (2003) -- 9'
Published: #144-40498


Sojournen for Viola (2003) -- 9'
Published: #144-40499


Soliloquy-Variations for Viola Solo (1984) -- 5'
Published: #144-40410


Some Assembly Required Ten Short Stories for Chamber Ensembles (2010) -- 23'15"
Fl.(d.A.Fl.) Cl.(d.B.Cl.) Perc. Pno. Vln. Vla. Vcl.
Available from the Presser Rental Library
Commission Information: Commissioned by the School of Music, Stetson University, Deland, Florida, Jean O. West, Dean
Premiere Information: August 20th, 2011. Aspen Contemporary Ensemble, conducted by Sydney Hodkinson; Aspen Music Festival, Colorado.
Additional Information: Published: #444-41030 (study score)


Sonata for Double Bass
Available From Columbia University Press


Spank for Solo Flute (1997) -- 5' 30"
Published: #144-40332


Sprigs and Shards (2002) -- 9'
Solo Harp
Published: #144-40469


Stanzas for Piano Trio (1959) -- 13'
Pno., Vln., Vcl.
Published: #144-40442
Commission Information: Hegyi Trio
Premiere Information: Hegyi Trio; National Convention of the Music Critics Association, Chattanooga, TN; November 5, 1960

Available Separately:

Set of parts (#144-40442P)
Full Score - Large (#144-40442S)


Steps of Time (1984) -- 12'
Solo Vcl. or Tbn., Str. Quartet, Perc.
Premiere Information: Eastman Musica Nova, Sydney Hodkinson, conductor; Rochester, NY; November, 1986
Additional Information: Published: 146-40013 (full score)


Steps of Time, The for Trombone or Violoncello, Strings and Percussion (1984) -- 12'
Solo Tbn. Or Solo Vcl.; Perc.(optional), String orch. or String quartet
Available from the Presser Rental Library
Premiere Information: October 1985 - Dallas, Texas, Southern Methodist University, Sydney Hodkinson, conductor
Additional Information: in memoriam: George Cacioppo

Movements:
I. Prologue
II. Supplication
III. Invocation
IV. Epilogue


Stony Brook Jam Variations for Sextet (1999) -- 13'
Fl.(Picc.), B-flat Cl.(B.Cl.), Perc., Pno., Vln., Vcl.
Published: #144-40407
Commission Information: Contemporary Chamber Players of the State University of New York
Premiere Information: Contemporary Chamber Players of the State University of New York; Stony Brook, NY; April 12, 2000

Available Separately:

Set of parts (#144-40407P)
Full Score - Large (#144-40407S)


String Quartet No. 1 for Five Players
Available From Composer


String Quartet No. 2 (1992) -- 25'
Published: #144-40265
Commission Information: New Music Society of Syracuse, NY
Premiere Information: March 2nd, 1993. Clinton String Quartet; Syracuse, New York

Available Separately:

Set of parts (#144-40265P)
Full Score - Large (#144-40265S)


String Quartet No. 3 (…in memoriam — Nora and Dennis…) (1993-94) -- 23'
Published: #144-40273
Commission Information: For the Cleveland, Lafayette, Cassatt, and Ying Quartets under a grant from Meet the Composer/Reader’s Digest Commissioning Program, in partnership with the National Endowment for the Arts and the Lila Wallace-Reader’s Digest Fund
Premiere Information: July 28th, 1995. Lafayette String Quartet, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
Reviews

Available Separately:

Set of parts (#144-40273P)
Full Score - Large (#144-40273S)


String Quartet No. 4 (1996) -- 20'
Published: #144-40385
Reviews

Available Separately:

Set of parts (#144-40385P)
Full Score - Large (#144-40385S)


String Quartet No. 5 (2002) -- 22'
2 Vln. Vla. Vcl.
Published: #144-40455
Commission Information: Corigliano String Quartet
Premiere Information: July 25, 2009, Jupiter Quartet, Aspen Festival, Aspen, CO

Available Separately:

Set of parts (#144-40455P)
Full Score - Large (#144-40455S)


String Quartet No. 6 (2005) -- 16'
2Vln. Vla. Vcl.
Commission Information: Commissioned by the Calder Quartet.
Premiere Information: 18th August, 2007. Kailas Quartet, Aspen Music Festival, Harris Hall, Aspen, Colorado.
Additional Information: Published: 144-40505


String Trio "Alla Marcia" for Violin, Viola, and Violoncello
Available From Associated Music Publishers (G. Schirmer)


Summerwood Concertino for Harp and Chamber Quintet (1997) -- 18'
Solo Hp.; Fl.(A.Fl.), Cl.(B.Cl.), Vln., Vla., Vcl.
Published: #144-40363
Premiere Information: Aspen Contemporary Ensemble, Katherine Thomas, harp; Aspen, CO; July 7, 1998

Movements:
Fantasia
Lullaby
Threads and Curves
Tritone Wheels
Waltz Lines

Available Separately:

Set of parts (#144-40363P)
Full Score - Large (#144-40363S)


Symphony No. 2: Symphonie Fantastique for Organ Solo, Brass, and Percussion
Available From Composer


Tango, Boogie and Grand Tarantella for Double Bass and Piano
Available From Composer


Tango, Boogie and Grand Tarantella for Violoncello
Available From Composer


Taula (Megalith IV) for Double Wind Quintet (1974) -- 11'
Fl., Ob., Cl., Bsn., Hn., 2Tpt., Hn., Tbn., Tu.
Available from the Presser Rental Library
Commission Information: Toronto New Music Concerts
Premiere Information: Toronto New Music Concerts, Sydney Hodkinson, conductor; Toronto, Canada; January 19, 1974
Reviews


Tela Lacerata for Woodwind Quintet (2001) -- 12'
Published: #144-40441

Available Separately:

Set of parts (#144-40441P)
Full Score - Large (#144-40441S)


The Edge of the Olde One a Chamber Concerto (1977) -- 30'
Solo Elec., E.H., Str., 2Perc.
Available from the Presser Rental Library
Commission Information: New York Philharmonic Society for Thomas Stacy
Premiere Information: Pierre Boulez conducting; Cooper Union, New York, NY; May 13, 1977
Recordings
Reviews

Available Separately:

Full Score - Large (#446-41113)


Thread an Encore for Solo Violin (1996) -- 3'
Published: #144-40359
Commission Information: University of Michigan School of Music
Premiere Information: Wendolyn Olson; Ann Arbor, MI; April, 1996


Three Dance Preludes for Alto Saxophone and Piano
Available From Dorn Publications


Three Little Pieces for Clarinet (or Flute or Oboe) and Piano (1954, rev. 2000) -- 8'
Published: #144-40427
Premiere Information: Sydney Hodkinson and William Decker; Eastman School of Music, Rochester, NY; Spring 1955


Trance for Cello (2003) -- 5'30"
Published: #144-40496


Trance for Viola (2003) -- 5'30"
Published: #144-40497


Trance for Viola (2003) -- 5'30"
Published: #144-40497


Trauermusik An Aria for Trombone or Violoncello with Piano and optional Bell Percussion (1984) -- 13'
Published: #144-40384

Available Separately:

Set of parts (#144-40384M)
Full Score - Large (#144-40384S)


Tres Vientos Seis Bocaditos para Trio de Viento -- 18'
Fl. Ob. Cl.
Additional Information: Published: #144-40554


Trinity for any Solo Treble Instrument and Pre-recorded Tape (1972) -- 7'
Published: #144-40418
Commission Information: Thomas Stacy
Reviews

Available Separately:

Full Score - Large (#144-40418S)


Trio: Epitaph and Scherzo for Clarinet, Violin and Piano (1988) -- 15'
Published: #144-40415
Commission Information: Michigan State University
Premiere Information: Verdehr Trio; Lacombe, Alberta, Canada; October, 1989
Reviews


Tsatskes Potpourri for Woodwind Trio (1984) -- 20'
Ob., Cl., Bsn.
Published: #144-40268
Premiere Information: New England Reed Trio; Boston, MA; October 1, 1995
Additional Information: First prize NERT Competition.

Available Separately:

Set of parts (#144-40268P)
Full Score - Large (#144-40268S)


Twig for Solo Violin (1995) -- 4'
Published: #144-40334
Commission Information: Oleh Krysa
Premiere Information: Oleh Krysa; Rochester, NY; January, 1999


Two Fanfares for a Festival for Brass, Timpani, and Percussion
Available From Associated Music Publishers (G. Schirmer)


Two Poems for Violoncello and Piano with optional Percussion (1989) -- 23'
Published: #144-40258
Commission Information: Steven Doane and Amy Controulis
Premiere Information: Jeffrey Ziegler; Rochester, NY; September 20, 1994

Available Separately:

Set of parts (#144-40258P)
Full Score - Large (#144-40258S)


Two Structures for Percussion Ensemble (6 Percussionists)
Available From Composer


Two Studies for String Quartet
Available From Composer


Vignettes for Trombone and Horn (1965) -- 6'
Published: #144-40411
Commission Information: Sheila Oney and Laurel Dorko
Premiere Information: Sheila Oney, trombone, Laurel Dorko, horn; Athens, OH; November, 1966


Wind Sculptures for Marimba
Available From Composer


Winterwaltz an Encore for Harp and Marimba (1997) -- 3'
Published: #144-40362



Keyboard


A Friendly Gift for Piano and Optional Percussion (2001) -- 2'
Published: #140-40090
Premiere Information: Ann Schien; Aspen Music Festival; July 9, 2001


A Little Ragchime Music for Piano
Available From American Composers’ Alliance


Dance Overtures for Piano (1981) -- 18'
Published: #440-40024
Commission Information: Thomas Warburton
Premiere Information: Thomas Warburton; Port-au-Prince, Haiti; March 9, 1982

Movements:
…to a Boogie
…to a funeral Pavane
…to a lost Ballad (a la memoire de Madison Ballroom)
…to a Saltarello


Dolmen (Megalith I) for Organ (1973) -- 11'
Part of Megalith Trilogy for Organ solo
Published: #143-40000
Commission Information: William Albright
Premiere Information: William Albright; Ann Arbor, MI; October 24, 1973
Recordings
Reviews

Available Separately:

Errata Sheet (#143-40000E)


Episodes for Piano (2007) -- 18'
Additional Information: Published: 140-40103


Habanera Melancolica for Piano, Three Hands (1990) -- 3'
Published: #140-40093
Premiere Information: Rebecca Penneys; Rochester, NY; February, 1991


Megalith Trilogy for Organ solo (1973) -- 32'
Commission Information: William Albright
Reviews

Dolmen (Megalith I) for Organ

Menhir (Megalith II) for Organ

Talayot (Megalith III) for Organ Solo and Pre-recorded Organ


Menhir (Megalith II) for Organ (1973) -- 11' 30"
Part of Megalith Trilogy for Organ solo
Published: #143-40001
Commission Information: William Albright
Premiere Information: William Albright; AGO Convention, Cleveland, OH; June 19, 1974
Recordings
Reviews


Minnie Rag: Kwazy-Kwilt for Minnie Mouse’s Birthday for Piano, Right Hand
Available From Composer


Minor Incidents Four Character Pieces for Piano (1981) -- 7'
Published: #140-40088


Organasm for Organist and Assistant(s)
Available From American Composers’ Alliance


Papillons, Book 2 Six pièces de clavecin for Harpsichord
Available From American Composers’ Alliance


Papillons, Book 3 Suite of Five Pieces for Organ Solo (1984) -- 13'
Published: #143-40012


Snapshots (2007) -- 7'
Pno.
Premiere Information: April 27, 2008, Volusia County Music Teachers Association, Deland, FL
Additional Information: In prep


Sonata "Das Lebewohl" for Piano Trio
Available From American Composers’ Alliance


Stolen Goods Four Preludes for Piano (2008) -- 13'
Premiere Information: November 16, 2009, Barry Snyder/piano; University of Texas, Austin, TX
Additional Information: Published: 140-40105


Talayot (Megalith III) for Organ Solo and Pre-recorded Organ (1973) -- 9' 30"
Part of Megalith Trilogy for Organ solo
Published: #143-40002
Commission Information: William Albright
Premiere Information: William Albright, Rochester, NY, February 19, 1975
Recordings


Toccatina Prelude-Fanfare for Carillon
Available From Composer



Opera and Stage


Armistice: A Truce for Dancers and Musicians
Available From Composer


In the Gallery Chamber Opera in One Act
Available From Composer


Lament for Guitar and Two Lovers (A Fable with Music for Actors, Dancers and Musicians) (1962) -- 2 hrs., 15'
Sop. Gtr. Solo; Fl. Cl. Hn. Perc. Pno./Cel. Vln. Cb.; Actors, Dancers and 8-Piece Chamber Ensemble: 15 actors, 4 dancers min.
Available from the Presser Rental Library
Additional Information: Libretto by Lee Devin.
Reviews


Saint Carmen of the Main Fantasia from the play by Michel Tremblay
Available From Associated Music Publishers (G. Schirmer)


Taiwa: A Myth for Actors, Dancers, and Musicians
Available From American Composers’ Alliance


The Swinish Cult Opera in Three Acts
Available From Composer


The Wall Opera in Two Acts in the Form of a Grand Chaconne
Available From Composer


Vox Populous an Active Oratorio (1971-72) -- 45-50"
2 Actors: male/female, on-stage electronics technician, four vocal soloists SATB, and mixed chorus (30-60) Jazz Ens. (min. 5 players): "Solo" Instr., Pno., Gtr. Bass, Drums; Chamber Orch.: 1 2 1 2 - 2Hn. Pno./Hpsd. Str. (opt. Solo Amp. Strings)
Available from the Presser Rental Library
Commission Information: Minneapolis Center Opera Company and the St. Paul Chamber Orchestra
Premiere Information: St. Paul Chamber Orchestra, John Demain, conductor; St. Paul, MN; December 3, 1973
Additional Information: Libretto by Lee Devin.
Reviews



Orchestra


Bricks Concerto - Fantasia for Violin Solo and Chamber Sextet (2004) -- 17'
Solo Vln.; Fl. Cl./B.Cl.(Celesta) Vla. Vcl.(Triangle); Perc. Pno.
Available from the Presser Rental Library
Premiere Information: 16th July, 2005. Aspen Contemporary Ensemble, Aspen Music Festival, Colorado. Conducted by: Sydney Hodkinson.
Additional Information: for the Aspen Contemporary Ensemble and Stephen Myahki


Bumberboom: Scherzo Diabolique for Symphony Orchestra
Available From Associated Music Publishers (G. Schirmer)


Burning Bell a Symphonic Poem for Youth Orchestra
Available From American Composers’ Alliance


Caricatures Five Paintings for Symphony Orchestra
Available From G. Ricordi (Canada)
Counterpoint Music Library Services Inc., rep.


Celestial Calendar Three Pieces for String Orchestra
Available From Composer


Concerto for Clarinet and Orchestra with String Quartet Obbligato (1989) -- 27'
Available from the Presser Rental Library
Reviews

Available Separately:

Full Score - Study (#144-40221)
Solo Part (#144-40221P)


Concerto for Violoncello and Orchestra
Available From Composer


Concerto No. 1 for Piano and Orchestra …'a Shifting Trek'… … a shifting trek (32') -- 1997, orch. 2004
Solo Piano; 2(Picc.) 2(E.H.) 3(dbl.E(Cl.; B.Cl.) 2(Cbsn.) - 4 3 3 1; Timp. 4Perc. Cel. Str.
Available from the Presser Rental Library
Commission Information: Commissioned by the Institute of American Music of the Eastman School of Music of the University of Rochester for the School's 75th Anniversary.
Premiere Information: February 25th 2007. Barry Snyder, Piano, Eastman Philharmonia, conducted by Bradley Lubman, Rochester, New York.
Additional Information: for Barry Snyder

Movements:
Allegro energico, impetuoso
Allegro, vivace (played without pause)
Arioso ricorrente: sospeso, marcato
Intrada: con grandezza: quasi senza misura


Diversions Five Pieces for Young String Orchestra
Available From Composer


Drawings, Set No. 7 for Young String Orchestra with Optional Percussion (1970) -- 4'
Published: #146-40001
Commission Information: Secondary school district of West St. Paul, MN
Premiere Information: Secondary school district of West St. Paul, MN, D. Johnson conducting; April 1, 1971


Drawings, Set No. 8 for Young String Orchestra (1970) -- 4'
Published: #146-40002
Commission Information: Secondary school district of West St. Paul, MN
Premiere Information: Secondary school district of West St. Paul, MN, D. Johnson conducting; April 1, 1971

Available Separately:

Full Score - Large (#146-40002F)
Set of parts (#146-40002P)


Dynamics Five Miniatures for Symphony Orchestra
Available From American Composers’ Alliance


Epigrams for Symphony Orchestra (1971) -- 11'
3(Picc.) 3 1(E-flat Cl./T.Sax.) 3(B.Cl.) 3(Cbsn.) - 4 4 3 1; Timp. 3Perc. Hp. Pno. Str.
Available from the Presser Rental Library
Commission Information: Civic Orchestra of Minneapolis
Premiere Information: Civic Orchestra of Minneapolis, Sydney Hodkinson, conductor; Minneapolis, MN; April 18, 1972

Movements:
Blues
Collage
Scat Song
Spasm

Reviews


Epitaphion Lament for Symphony Orchestra (1990) -- 14'
3(Picc.) 3(E.H.) 3(B.Cl.) 3(Cbsn.) - 4 3 3(B.Tbn.) 1; Timp. 3Perc. Hp. Pno.(Cel.) Str.
Available from the Presser Rental Library
Premiere Information: Eastman School of Music, Sydney Hodkinson, conductor; Rochester, NY; February, 1991
Recordings
Reviews


Overture: A Little Travelin' Music (The Can Opener) for Symphony Orchestra (1991) -- 8' 30"
2(Picc.) 2 2(E-flat Cl.) 2 - 4 3(in C) 3(B.Tbn.) 1; Timp. 4Perc. Hp. Str. (2Cb. with low C ext.)
Available from the Presser Rental Library
Commission Information: Citizens for a Quality Philharmonic
Premiere Information: Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra, Peter Bay, conductor; Rochester, NY; September, 1991
Reviews


Potpourri Eleven Very Short Pieces for Orchestra (2010) -- 17'
2(d.Picc.) 2 2(d.B.Cl.) 2(d.Cbsn.) – 4 3 3(B.Tbn.) 1; Timp. 4Perc. Keyboard/Sampler(d.Cel.) Str.
Available from the Presser Rental Library
Commission Information: Commissioned by Stetson University
Premiere Information: 30th September, 2010, Stetson University Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Anthony Hose. Stetson University, Deland, FL


Stabile for Symphony Orchestra (1970) -- 9'
3 2 2 2 - 4 3 3 1; Timp., 2Perc., Pno., Str.
Available from the Presser Rental Library
Commission Information: St. Paul Youth Orchestra
Premiere Information: Milwaukee Youth Orchestra, Bernard Rubenstein, conductor; Milwaukee, WI; February 6, 1972
Reviews


Symphony No. 1 "Fresco" a Mural in Five Panels for Large Orchestra (1971) -- 22'
Available from the Presser Rental Library
Premiere Information: Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra, Richard Fletcher, conductor; Buffalo, NY; April 26, 1974
Recordings
Reviews


Symphony No. 3: The Celestial Omnibus for Symphony Orchestra
Available From Composer


Symphony No. 5: Sinfonia Concertante for Chamber Orchestra (1980) -- 22'
1 2 1 2 - 2 0 0 0; Pno. Str. opt. Perc.
Available from the Presser Rental Library
Commission Information: St. Paul Chamber Orchestra
Premiere Information: St. Paul Chamber Orchestra, Dennis Russell Davies, conductor; St. Paul, MN; May 14, 1980
Recordings
Reviews


Symphony No. 6 for Violin Solo and Symphony Orchestra (1988) -- 30'
2(Picc.) 2(E.H.) 2(B.Cl.) 2(Cbsn.) - 4 3 3 1; Timp. 3Perc. Pno.(Cel.) Hp. Str.
Available from the Presser Rental Library
Premiere Information: Eastman Philharmonia Orchestra, David Brickman, violin, David Effron, conductor; Rochester, NY; November, 1995
Additional Information: Third movement "Threnody," also available separately


Tango, Boogie and Grand Tarantella for Solo Double Bass and Orchestra (1987) -- 10'
2(Picc.) 2 2 2 - 3 2 2(B.Tbn.) 1; Timp. 2Perc. Hp. Str.
Available from the Presser Rental Library
Commission Information: James VanDemark
Premiere Information: Knoxville Symphony Orchestra, James VanDemark, bass, Kirk Trevor, conductor; Knoxville, TN; October, 1987
Additional Information: Other versions available for Double Bass and Piano, and Violoncello (both available from the composer).


Threnody: Elegiac Variations for Solo Violin and Orchestra (1988) -- 12'
2(Picc.) 2(E.H.) 2(B.Cl.) 2 - 4 3 3(B.Tbn.) 1; Timp. 3Perc. Pno.(Cel.) Hp. Str.
Available from the Presser Rental Library
Additional Information: Third movement of Symphony No. 6.
Recordings


Tilt "un gioco burlesco" per Orchestra (1997) -- 10'
3(Picc.) 3(E.H.) 3(E-flat Cl., B.Cl.) 3(Cbsn.) - 4 3 3(B.Tbn.) 1; Timp. 3Perc. 2Hp. Str.
Available from the Presser Rental Library
Commission Information: Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra on the occasion of its 75th Anniversary
Premiere Information: Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra, Robert Bernhardt, conductor; Rochester, NY; January 15, 1998
Reviews


Valence for Chamber Orchestra (1970) -- 7'
1 2 1 2 - 2 0 0 0; 2Perc. Pno. Str.
Available from the Presser Rental Library
Commission Information: St. Paul Chamber Orchestra
Premiere Information: St. Paul Chamber Orchestra, Sydney Hodkinson, conductor; St. Paul, MN; February 27, 1971
Recordings
Reviews


Variation on a Theme of Howard Hanson ("Dirge-Dream")
Available From Composer



Vocal and Choral


…And Yet: An Elegy for SATB Chorus, Piano, and Optional Handbells
Available From American Composers’ Alliance


A Concert Welcome for Voice and Piano (1994) -- 1'30"
Published: #141-40063


A Servant unto Thee for SATB Chorus with Organ (1979) -- 3' 30"
Published: #342-40137


A Simple Songbook: Twenty Poems of Folk and Nonsense Lyrics for Unison Voices, or Solo Voice with Piano Accompaniment
Available From Composer


Adam-Lay-I-Bounden for Mezzo-soprano and English Horn (1989) -- 4' 30"
Published: #141-40057
Premiere Information: Milagro Vargas, mezzo-soprano, Philip West, English horn; Columbia University, New York, NY; February 15, 1992


Alte Liebslieder


Alte Liebeslieder, Book 4: "Fingertip Words" Six Songs for Medium Voice, Oboe, Violoncello, Piano, and Optional Percussion (1 player) (1981) -- 22'
Published: #141-40059


Alte Liebeslieder, Book 1 Five Madrigals for Voices, Clarinet, Horn, Violoncello, and Percussion
Available From Publisher (American Composers’ Alliance)


Alte Liebeslieder, Book 2 Seven Songs on Elizabethan Poems for SATB Chorus, a cappella
Available From Publisher (Associated Music Publishers (G. Schirmer))


Alte Liebeslieder, Book 3 Four Madrigals for SATB Chorus and Piano
Available From Composer



Arc Aria with Interludes (1969) -- 16'
Sop.; Fl.(Picc.), Pno., 2Perc.
Available from the Presser Rental Library
Commission Information: Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
Premiere Information: Lyric Arts Trio; Festival Expo ’70, Osaka, Japan; August, 1970
Recordings
Reviews


Ashreynu for SATB Chorus and Organ with Tenor or Baritone Solo
Available From Transcontinental Music Publications


Cantata Appalachia a Cycle of Folk Lyrics from West Virginia
Soprano and Baritone solos, Mixed Choir, and Chamber Orchestra
Available From Associated Music Publishers (G. Schirmer)


Cantata Sancta for Soprano and Baritone Soli, Mixed Chorus, Organ and Chamber Quintet (2000) -- 34'
Sop., Bar. Soli, SATB Chorus; 2Vln. Vcl. Tpt. Perc. Org.
Available from the Presser Rental Library
Commission Information: University of Evansville (IN), Neu Chapel
Premiere Information: University of Evansville Chamber Choir, J. Poon, conductor, Douglas Reed, organ; Evansville, IN; October 23, 2001


Carolbook Eight Settings of Traditional Christmas Poems (16th - 20th centuries) (1981) -- 27'
SATB Chorus, Pno. (Org.), opt. Hndbls.


Hereford Carol
Published: #342-40145


Our Brother is Born
Published: #342-40146


Coventry Carol
Published: #342-40147


Sussex Carol
Published: #342-40148


If Ye Would Hear
Published: #342-40149


Herrick’s Carol
Published: #342-40150


While Shepherds Watched
Published: #342-40151


Lute-Book Lullaby
Published: #342-40152



Catsman a Cartoon Allegory for Four Singers (SATB) and Piano Trio
Available From Associated Music Publishers (G. Schirmer)


Chansons de Jadis: Six Songs of Loneliness for High Voice and Chamber Orchestra (1978-79) -- 30'
2 2 2 2 - 2 2 0 0; 2Perc. Str. (3 players require handbells)
Available from the Presser Rental Library
Commission Information: National Arts Centre
Premiere Information: National Arts Centre Orchestra, Gwenlyn Little, soprano, Mario Bernardi, conductor; Ottawa, Canada; March 25, 1981
Additional Information: Book 1 (duration: 13' 30") contains songs I-III. Book 2 (duration: 16' 30") contains songs IV-VI.
Recordings
Reviews


Christmas Canons Six Carols for SATB Chorus with Two Percussion (2nd Percussion Optional) (1978) -- 18'
Reviews

Whence Come You, Shepherd Maiden?

God Rest You Merry Gentlemen

New Prince, New Pomp

O Little Town of Bethlehem

The Cherry Tree Carol

Masters in this Hall


Daydream for SATB Chorus, Speaker, and Orchestra
Available From Composer


Divine Poems Three Elegies for SATB Chorus, Two Horns, Percussion and String Quartet
Available From Composer


Expiration for Soprano and Chamber Ensemble (1971) -- 25'
Premiere Information: Music theatre version: Benita Valente, Earl Kim; Sanders Theatre, Cambridge; 1971. Concert version: Benita Valente, Earl Kim, Marlboro Players; Marlboro, VT; 1982.
Additional Information: Text by Samuel Beckett
Available From American Composers’ Alliance


Four Carols for SATB Chorus and Handbell Choir (Optional Piano or Organ) (1980) -- 16'
Commission Information: Asbury First Methodist Church Handbell Choir of Rochester, NY


A Child This Day Is Born
Published: #342-40140


Rocking Hymn
Published: #342-40141


Winter’s Snow
Published: #342-40142


Sing a Saviour’s Birth
Published: #342-40143



Four Seventeenth-Century Lyrics for SATB Chorus, a cappella
Available From Associated Music Publishers (G. Schirmer)


God Rest You Merry Gentlemen
Part of Christmas Canons Six Carols for SATB Chorus with Two Percussion (2nd Percussion Optional)
Published: #342-40129


Lengeren (Megalith V) for Medium Voice and Double Quintet (1973) -- 9'
Fl., Ob., Cl., Bsn., Hn., 2Vln., Vla., Vcl., Cb.
Available from the Presser Rental Library
Commission Information: St. Paul Chamber Orchestra
Premiere Information: St. Paul Chamber Orchestra, Sydney Hodkinson, conductor; Minneapolis, MN; November 26, 1973
Reviews


Masters in this Hall
Part of Christmas Canons Six Carols for SATB Chorus with Two Percussion (2nd Percussion Optional)
Published: #342-40133


Maxims and Minims for SATB Chorus, a cappella
Available From Associated Music Publishers (G. Schirmer)


Meditation (2002) -- 10'
Voice, Violin, Piano
Published: #141-40065


Menagerie, Set No. 1 for Two-part Chorus with Optional Accompaniment (1970) -- 8'
Commission Information: Public School System of St. Paul, MN
Premiere Information: Public School System of St. Paul, MN, Mari Carlson conducting; May 13, 1972
Additional Information: Texts by Keith Gunderson.
Reviews


Honeycomb a Go-Go
Published: #342-40106


Snail
Published: #342-40107


Though it Shivers
Published: #342-40108


Therzacat Boogie
Published: #342-40109


Ant
Published: #342-40110


Dog Bone Blues
Published: #342-40111


All the Pretty Little Horses
Published: #342-40112



Menagerie, Set No. 2 for Two-part Speaking Chorus
Available From Associated Music Publishers (G. Schirmer)


Missa Brevis for SATB Chorus and Bell Percussion (1 player) (1978) -- 20'
Published: #342-40127
Premiere Information: Ohio University, Athens, OH; February, 1981
Additional Information: Chamber Orchestra version also available.
Reviews

Available Separately:

Solo Part (#342-40127A)


Missa Brevis for SATB Chorus and Chamber Orchestra (1978) -- 20'
SATB Chorus; 2 2 2 2 - 2 2 0 0; 2Perc. Str.(min. 8 6 5 4 2) Hndbls.
Available from the Presser Rental Library
Premiere Information: Athens, OH; February, 1987
Additional Information: SATB and Percussion version also available.
Recordings
Reviews


New Prince, New Pomp
Part of Christmas Canons Six Carols for SATB Chorus with Two Percussion (2nd Percussion Optional)
Published: #342-40130


Notturno: The Joy of Night for Solo Soprano, Mixed Chorus (SSATBB), Violoncello and Harp Obbligato
Available From American Composers’ Alliance


November Voices for Voice, Speaker, and Small Ensemble (1975) -- 13'
On stage: 2 0 1 0 - 0 1 0 0; 3Perc. Hp. Vln. 2Vcl. Cb. Voice (Ten. or Sop.) Narr.; Off stage: Brass Septet (2-2-2-1)
Published: #441-41010
Premiere Information: Musica Nova Ensemble, Sydney Hodkinson, conductor; Rochester, NY; April 4, 1975


November Voices: A Ceremony for Voice, (T. or S.) Narrator and Instruments
Available from the Presser Rental Library
Recordings
Reviews


Nuevas Canciones, Book 1: The Hidden Ocean Five Songs for Low voice with String Quartet, Horn and Percussion (1 player)
Available From Associated Music Publishers (G. Schirmer)


Nuevas Canciones, Book 2: The Sea Hours Six Songs for High voice with Violoncello Ensemble and Harp
Available From Associated Music Publishers (G. Schirmer)


O Little Town of Bethlehem
Part of Christmas Canons Six Carols for SATB Chorus with Two Percussion (2nd Percussion Optional)
Published: #342-40131


Parables, Book 1 for 2- and 4-Part SATB Chorus
Available From Composer


Parables, Book 2 for 2-, 3-, and 4-Part SATB Chorus
Available From Composer


Rejoice In The Lord Anthem for SATB Chorus, Piano or Organ, and Optional Percussion (1983) -- 5'
Published: #342-40154
Reviews

Available Separately:

Set of parts (#342-40154P)


Ritual for SATB Chorus and Pre-recorded Electronic Tape
Available From American Composers’ Alliance


Roethke-Lieder
Part of Roethke-Lieder

Roethke-Lieder, Book 2

Roethke-Lieder, Book 3 Soprano, Flute (Picc., Alto Fl.), Harpsichord or Piano

Roethke-Lieder


Roethke-Lieder Six Songs for Medium Voice and Chamber Orchestra (1994) -- 20'
Voice; 2(Picc.) 2(E.H.) 2(B.Cl.) 2(Cbsn.) - 2 2 1(B.Tbn.) 0; 3Perc. Pno. Hp. Str.
Available from the Presser Rental Library
Premiere Information: Carol Webber, soprano, Kilbourn Orchestra, Sydney Hodkinson, conductor; Rochester, NY; October, 1994


Roethke-Lieder, Book 1 Six Songs for Soprano or Tenor and Piano (1982) -- 12'
Published: #141-40064


Roethke-Lieder, Book 2
Part of Roethke-Lieder
Soprano, Flute, Harpsichord
Commission Information: Trio Bariano
Premiere Information: Trio Bariano, Blossom Music Festival, Peninsula, Ohio, July 7, 1984.
Available From American Composers’ Alliance


Roethke-Lieder, Book 3 Soprano, Flute (Picc., Alto Fl.), Harpsichord or Piano (1984) -- 15'
Part of Roethke-Lieder
Commission Information: Trio Bariano
Available From American Composers’ Alliance


Sea Chanteys for SATB Chorus, a cappella (1970) -- 7'
Commission Information: Public school system of Minneapolis, MN
Additional Information: Texts by Keith Gunderson.
Reviews


Blue Whale
Published: #342-40101


Moody’s Lobsters
Published: #342-40102


Slugs
Published: #342-40103


I Was a Gull Once
Published: #342-40104


Fish, Fish, Fish, Fish
Published: #342-40105



Symphony No. 4: Horae Canonica a Symphony in Eight parts for Two Choirs
Available From Composer


The Betrayal Anthem for Five-Part Mixed Chorus, a cappella
Available From Composer


The Cherry Tree Carol
Part of Christmas Canons Six Carols for SATB Chorus with Two Percussion (2nd Percussion Optional)
Published: #342-40132


The Heavens Proclaim Your Majesty for Mixed Chorus and Organ
Available From Transcontinental Music Publications


Three Anthems (Prayer for Mercy, Bless our God, and Pray for the Peace)
Available From Composer


Three Renaissance Love Songs for Women’s Voices, a cappella
Available From Composer


Two Psalm Settings (God is My Shepherd and The Heavens are Telling) for SATB Chorus and Piano or Organ
Available From American Composers’ Alliance


Whence Come You, Shepherd Maiden?
Part of Christmas Canons Six Carols for SATB Chorus with Two Percussion (2nd Percussion Optional)
Published: #342-40128


Recordings


Dolmen (Megalith I) for Organ


Composers Recordings, Inc. (New World Records) SD 363: Megalith Trilogy
William Albright, organ



Menhir (Megalith II) for Organ


Composers Recordings, Inc. (New World Records) SD 363: Megalith Trilogy
William Albright, organ.



Talayot (Megalith III) for Organ Solo and Pre-recorded Organ


Composers Recordings, Inc. (New World Records) SD 363: Megalith Trilogy
William Albright, organ



Dance Variations on a Chopin Fragment a Divertimento for Piano Trio


Composers Recordings, Inc. (New World Records) SD 432:
Eastman Trio



Clarion for 1, 2, or 3 Trumpets


Albany Records TROY962: Clarion
Chris Gekker, trumpet



The Steps of Time: An Elegy


University of Connecticut NOVISSE 931: Works of Sydney Hodkinson
Paul C. Phillips, conductor, The University of Connecticut Symphony Orchestra; Mary Lou Rylands, cello; Theodore Arm, violin.



Arc Aria with Interludes


Canadian Broadcasting Corp. SM-148: Music of Today
Société du Musique Contemporaine.



Chansons de Jadis: Six Songs of Loneliness for High Voice and Chamber Orchestra


Centaur Records No. 2073: Sydney Hodkinson
Rene Fleming, mezzo-soprano; The Eastern Connecticut Symphony Orchestra; Paul C. Phillips, conductor.



The Edge of the Olde One a Chamber Concerto


New World Records 80489-2 (re-issue of GSC 1054): Three Concerti
Eastman Musica Nova, Paul Phillips, conductor; Thomas Stacy, English horn.



Epitaphion Lament for Symphony Orchestra


University of Connecticut NOVISSE No. 931: Works of Sydney Hodkinson
Paul C. Phillips, conductor, The University of Connecticut Symphony Orchestra; Mary Lou Rylands, cello; Theodore Arm, violin.



Symphony No. 1 "Fresco" a Mural in Five Panels for Large Orchestra


Louisville First Edition Recordings No. 774:
David Gilbert, conductor, Louisville Orchestra.



Interplay a Histrionic Controversy for Four Musicians


Canadian Broadcasting Corp. Music of Today, Vol. 3.
Serge Garant, conductor, Société du Musique Contemporaine.



Missa Brevis for SATB Chorus and Chamber Orchestra


Centaur Records 2073: Sydney Hodkinson
The Eastern Connecticut Symphony Orchestra; Paul C. Phillips, conductor; The University of Connecticut Concert Choir, Peter Bagley, director.



November Voices: A Ceremony for Voice, (T. or S.) Narrator and Instruments


Advance Records No. 26S:
Sydney Hodkinson, conductor, Eastman Musica Nova Ensemble.



Symphony No. 5: Sinfonia Concertante for Chamber Orchestra


Louisville First Edition Recordings No. 795 (also CD 001):
Lawrence Leighton Smith, conductor, Louisville Orchestra.



Threnody: Elegiac Variations for Solo Violin and Orchestra


University of Connecticut NOVISSE No. 931: Works of Sydney Hodkinson
Paul C. Phillips, conductor, The University of Connecticut Symphony Orchestra; Mary Lou Rylands, cello; Theodore Arm, violin.



Valence for Chamber Orchestra


Composers Recordings, Inc. (New World Records) SD 292:
Sydney Hodkinson conductor, St. Paul Chamber Orchestra.



Reviews


Monumentum pro umbris for Wind Ensemble

"…dazzling…Brilliant timbral gems melded one into the next, with orchestration that resembled a large symphonic work more than the usual band fare."

-Chris Vancil, Society of Composers Newsletter

"Mr. Hodkinson's work has been appreciated because of the powerful expression of his writing, the fine combination of sonorities in his instrumentation and also because the music is very clear and understandable without being cheap. That the audience was of the same belief proves the fact that his score also won the Prize of the Audience."

-Harelbeke International Composition Contest, Belgium


Tilt "un gioco burlesco" per Orchestra

"…If you’d love the exhilaration of white-water rafting in the Grand Canyon, Hodkinson’s Tilt is your kind of music. Well-named, it surges forward full tilt in an exuberant, man-against-nature adventure, barely letting you catch your breath."

-Sharon McDaniel, Democrat and Chronicle


Dolmen (Megalith I) for Organ

"…The pages may look frightening at first, but the notation is remarkably clear. The music inspires changing moods and certainly cajoles the organ into unusual sounds."

-The ACO-RCCO Magazine


Menhir (Megalith II) for Organ

"…thanks to such present-day composers as…Hodkinson, the organ has finally joined the 20th century as a true medium of expression for our time, not a pale imitation of another age."

-Leonard Raver

"…the composer has devised "stone pillars of sound" which succeeded in providing an aural perspective of depth and beauty…Charting new frontiers of sound, taking its listeners to places they've never been before and exploring fresh vistas of sound in the most imaginative ways, [this composer] assures us that the organ is still alive, well and flourishing."

-Leonard Raver, Music -the AGO-RCCO Magazine


Drawings, Set No. 9 for Three Percussion

"…another in an extensive series of musical "drawings," this trio uses only one kind of instrument in each of the three movements…A very "bravura" work for the musically and technically advanced…"

-John Baldwin, The School Musician


Dance Variations on a Chopin Fragment a Divertimento for Piano Trio

"…Hodkinson’s divertimento is a complete surprise. Those who know and admire his more radical side through such fine works as Interplay, Arc, or Valence, are in for an outright shock. A popular spirit infuses even the more stately dances, and there’s much fun in the way Hodkinson avoids the unexpected… It’s a piano trio of a very unusual and rewarding kind."

-Paul Rapaport, American Record Guide


String Quartet No. 3 (…in memoriam — Nora and Dennis…)

"The first movement of Hodkinson’s String Quartet No. 3 impresses with its swells of sound —almost balloon-like… It stretches and stretches and then it bursts into the second movement, which opens like a suspense drama. This is exciting with much driving force… With a brilliant segue, the third movement just came out of nowhere. It was very smoothly executed… Hodkinson’s music is seductive. He demands attention, catches you off guard with a surprise gift…"

-The Music Connoisseur


String Quartet No. 4

"Meaty, powerful and overflowing with rhythmic vitality, the quartet sheds the academic robes of so many new quartets. Raw-edged accents, twangy sul ponticello bowing, converging and diverging glissandos and egalitarian scoring propel the work, giving it a unique character. The final movement is especially striking for its wit and energy"

-Michael Huebner, The Birmingham News

"…powerful work…vital music…egalitarian, witty, energetic, raw and intelligent."

-Michael Huebner, Living Music


Trio: Epitaph and Scherzo for Clarinet, Violin and Piano

"…a significant work written in memory of Vincent Persichetti. The Epitaph is hymn-like with expressive cadenzas for the clarinet and violin, and the Scherzo has a traditional form with the initial thematic material leading to an interesting development section."

-The Instrumentalist


Trinity for any Solo Treble Instrument and Pre-recorded Tape

"The piece moves from breathy, clacking sounds to gentle chromaticism to a consoling Arcadian finale that beautifully suggested the pastoral connotations of the English Horn."

-John Rockwell, New York Times


Requiescant "In Memoriam September Eleven" Elegy for Chamber Sextet

"Sydney Hodkinson's Requiescant more than compensates for its relative brevity by sounding a lament which is deeply faith-driven. …essentially serene and uncluttered."

-New Music Connoisseur


Stone Images Four Short Pieces for Band

"This work should be a regularly-performed addition to every junior high school, high school and college band library… [It] will bring joy to students, conductors and audiences."

-The Instrumentalist


Tower for Concert Band

"…an educational experience for both the director and students."

-NY State School Music News


Arc Aria with Interludes

"Tremendously exciting… Balances rude outbursts of calculated chaos with moments of intoxicating loveliness and fresh, genuine fantasy. The gradual emergence of the voice from the ruins of the percussion is a stunning stroke of both music and abstract theatre."

-K. Winters, Toronto Telegram


Chansons de Jadis: Six Songs of Loneliness for High Voice and Chamber Orchestra

"The Chansons take six poems evocative of loneliness and set them to music… There is bite, sardonic wit, and beauty in the midst of desolation. …haunting music…"

-William Wians, Fanfare


Concerto for Clarinet and Orchestra with String Quartet Obbligato

"The clarinet… weaves in and out of the orchestra, sometimes blending, sometimes at odds with the dense sound fabric… After molding the orchestra into a jazz band for the outer movements, Hodkinson’s writing reconfigures it into another "chamber ensemble," as the clarinet converses with a string quartet obbligato… Childlike innocence and wonder are heightened by shimmering percussion effects… From a gentle, nostalgic haze, the last movement sharpened abruptly… a vigorous conclusion which caught fire."

-Sharon McDaniel, Rochester Democrat and Chronicle

"…I would love to hear it again — what more can you say of a new piece?"

-David Raymond, City Newspaper


The Edge of the Olde One a Chamber Concerto

"…a genuine contemporary masterpiece written by a composer with an absolutely unique and fascinating musical language… a fantastic, haunted landscape full of echoes…and bell sounds. This is a composition of dept, integrity and tremendous lyrical power…that demands to be heard and heard over again…"

-American Record Guide

"…marvelously inventive… the work is emotionally and aurally involving, full of wonderfully mysterious sounds… the textures are wonderfully rich, and the soloist accomplishes feats one wouldn’t ordinarily consider possible."

-High Fidelity

"…a monument of activity and direction… the music has absorbing ideas as it hints at a waltz (macabre), tarantella (diabolic) and riffs. There are attractive "interludes" and an effective ending, with taped handbells added to the climax and dying away finish."

-Raymond Ericson, New York Times

"Sydney Hodkinson’s The Edge of the Olde One, a chamber concerto for electrified English horn, strings and percussion, is one of the most pleasingly inventive compositions I’ve heard in recent years…"

-Bill Zakaraiasen, New York Daily News


Epigrams for Symphony Orchestra

"…uses the full resources of the orchestra in blocks, lines, splashes, glitters and wisps of sonorities, and each has firm shape and a clean trajectory."

-J. Harvey, St. Paul Pioneer Dispatch

"…a work of remarkably high quality, certainly with respect to sheer virtuosity of orchestral writing… creative imagination and technical facility went hand in hand. Hodkinson’s jazz-inflected aphorisms compound virtuoso demands with an assumption that symphony orchestra players can wail at the drop of a blue note."

-Lawrence B. Johnson, Milwaukee Sentinel

"…a complete success. It is an interesting kinetic work, giving off the full flavour of its musical variety and aggressive energy."

-R. Close, Minneapolis Star

"Hodkinson’s music whole-heartedly embraces the melodic sophistication and rhythmic vitality of jazz. His Epigrams is an appealing sequence of four movements; a magical mixture of contemporary universes, matched only by the delicious savoirfaire with which Hodkinson managed to set an entire orchestra scatting."

-The Terre Haute (IN) Tribune


Epitaphion Lament for Symphony Orchestra

"…this moving elegy opens with quiet sighs from the strings gradually building to almost chaotic rage, then trickling away to be replaced by a more comforting wind chorale, some final reminiscences and a provocative end."

-Robert Palmer, Democrat and Chronicle


Symphony No. 1 "Fresco" a Mural in Five Panels for Large Orchestra

"…Hodkinson proves himself a master of the orchestral medium as a device with which to demonstrate intimate visual and musical interrelationships. In Fresco, he feeds the listeners’ minds with a fresco in time rather than space. Fascinating colors abound."

-New York State School Music News


Lament for Guitar and Two Lovers (A Fable with Music for Actors, Dancers and Musicians)

"The parts are welded into a whole that is no less a visual harmony than a harmony of dramatic and musical values. Seldom does one see simplicity so much an intrinsic part of the complexity and intensity it expresses as in Lament… The virtues of Lament are numerous… To acknowledge that Lament touches us deeply is to acknowledge only one part of its excellence."

-Richmond Crinkley, Cavalier Daily (Charlottesville, VA)


Lengeren (Megalith V) for Medium Voice and Double Quintet

"…a setting…characterized by warmth, expressiveness, subdued humor and understatement."

-Roy Close, Minneapolis Star

"…admirable textures and colors and a good deal of lyric intensity."

-John Harvey, St. Paul Pioneer Dispatch


Missa Brevis for SATB Chorus and Chamber Orchestra

"Hodkinson’s power as a writer for orchestra comes to the fore in the Missa Brevis… I am particularly impressed by the composer’s ability to evoke the mood of each part of the mass through a series of variations without his ideas becoming trite or repetitive. Indeed, he has crafted a work of rich variety and interest. …Hodkinson is a composer worth knowing."

-William Wians, Fanfare


November Voices: A Ceremony for Voice, (T. or S.) Narrator and Instruments

"…a work of otherworldly beauty."

-William Zakariasen, New York Daily News


Overture: A Little Travelin' Music (The Can Opener) for Symphony Orchestra

"…a delicious, mischievous mix of influences ranging from Gershwin to Prokofiev to Bernstein to Ives. Bravos."

-Robert Palmer, Democrat and Chronicle


Symphony No. 5: Sinfonia Concertante for Chamber Orchestra

"The work is light in character and charming in its vitality and quicksilver mood. It tinkers playfully with many familiar dance forms [and is]… humorous and often frenetic… a charming piece, one that should find its way into other concert programs around the country."

-David Hawley, St. Paul Pioneer Press

"…The piece demonstrates that today’s composer no longer feels he must address himself to large and weighty thoughts in a symphony. The work is meant to be a divertissement, and, in being highly diverting, it succeeds."

-Michael Anthony, Musical America


Stabile for Symphony Orchestra

"The big surprise of the evening was Hodkinson’s Stabile, which plumbed unusual depths of imagination… The work made a strong impression."

-Kenneth Terry, Downbeat

"…quite a remarkable and haunting exploration of orchestral sounds that projected images of enormous ruins… concise, authoritative… moody and dramatic…"

-Audrey Johnson, Victoria (B.C.) Times

"…Hodkinson’s Stabile dealt almost exclusively with textures and tonal combinations. They vary enormously, and the piece’s interest lies in the way they are shifted from one to another. The work was written for an adult orchestra’s youth program, and the concentration on types of sound must have proved attractive."

-Raymond Ericson, New York Times


Symphony No. 7 "The Vanished Hand" for Wind Ensemble and Piano Obbligato

"…extraordinary, prismatic colors and rich textures…the work meshes seemingly incompatible ingredients — lyricism and dissonance, space and detail — with deceptive old-bottle-new-wine simplicity… vintage Hodkinson in its finely blended contrasts… This hybrid — part epic, part rumba — opens with the majestic stillness of an aerial view, the broad panorama of open spaces. But it gradually strives toward a more detailed perspective, zooming smoothly from the dramatic to the lyrical and back… The Symphony No. 7 engages the mind and senses with its fresh vibrancy of color, rhythms and textures."

-Sharon McDaniel, Democrat and Chronicle


Taula (Megalith IV) for Double Wind Quintet

"…the impression is of slow-moving wedges of sound and of the composer’s fascination with texture and timbre. As [the music] moved away… into forceful, organized sound, the composer did indeed convey the impression of something monolithic and awesome."

-Cauretta Thistle, Ottawa (Ontario) Citizen

"Hodkinson wrote an intimate piece, almost stripped, full of tension and with a forceful line which reminds us a little of certain pieces by Xenakis… no tricks, a style marked with honesty that respects conventional possibilities of wind instruments, without falling into sonorities heard before. A good piece, full of streams, waves and wandering intensities."

-Guy Huot, Le Droit, Ontario


Valence for Chamber Orchestra

"…Inventive, sensitive…a great deal of skillful and witty solo writing…"

-P. Altman, Minneapolis Star

"…a work of sonic richness, purposeful expression and individual character"

-John Harvey, St. Paul Pioneer Dispatch

"…Concise and well-made, notable for the quality and ingenuity of the scoring."

-Allen Hughes, New York Times


Vox Populous an Active Oratorio

"…So much goes on! The work is a gleeful multi-media assault on the pomposities, inanities and insanities of modern society. Its formal take-off point is the oratorio but it flies its own course textually, formally and musically."

-John Harvey, St. Paul Pioneer Press


Missa Brevis for SATB Chorus and Bell Percussion (1 player)

"…an exciting and thrilling work; medieval in flavor, but contemporary in sound… and the climax is quite uplifting."

-Joelyn Wakefield-Wright, Utica (NY) Observer-Dispatch


Rejoice In The Lord Anthem for SATB Chorus, Piano or Organ, and Optional Percussion

"It received a standing ovation in the middle of the concert and I really mean ovation! The chorus eventually joined the applause of the audience, and you’d have thought Alabama had just won the NCAA Basketball Tournament. It was one of my most thrilling moments in music! My heartiest congratulations to you for not only writing a fine piece of music, but one that is an inspiration, challenge, and, at the same time, practical."

-Don Neuen, Professor and Director of Choral Activities, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA


Christmas Canons Six Carols for SATB Chorus with Two Percussion (2nd Percussion Optional)

"…quite different. The treatment reflects the English carol tradition… each uses the imitative counterpoint that is common to the canon. The rhythms are lively and dance-like, the harmonic intervals open… the unaccompanied singing was delicious and bright."

-David Hawley, St. Paul Pioneer Press


A Contemporary Primer for Wind, Brass, and Percussion Instruments

"Hodkinson’s three little study books could revolutionize the preparation of instrumentalists in junior and senior high school music programs! These little pieces are varyingly fun, interesting, exciting, moody — in short, much more emotionally provocative that your run-of-the-mill method book tunes. Highly recommended…"

-Michael D. Bennett, Tennessee Musician


One Man's Meat for Double Bass with Electronic Tape

"…the work is clever, creative and imaginative, making dramatic use of the media…"

-The American String Teacher


Menagerie, Set No. 1 for Two-part Chorus with Optional Accompaniment

"…Judging by these songs, it is to be hoped that other education authorities will extend a hand of friendship to today's composers. Dog Bone Bllues is a splendid piece with lots of fun and challenge…tension is built up very well."

-Music Teacher


Sea Chanteys for SATB Chorus, a cappella

"…Imaginative contemporary work…A good introduction to modern sonorities for youngsters,…providing tone clusters, whispering, sprechstimme and other delicacies."

-John Dovaras, The Choral Journal


Megalith Trilogy for Organ solo

"…Hodkinson has re-imagined the organ in contemporary terms…seeking to evoke prehistoric stone monuments, [he] creates massive, slow-moving music that is both colorful and grave."

-James E. Harvey, Flint Journal (Michigan)

"…which came first, the musical texture or the name, we don't know, but the results are plausible and the choice of the organ was inspired. I am convinced."

-Seattle (Washington) FM Guide




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