My online Sheet Music Library includes music for organ including solo works and chorale preludes, a collection of piano pieces, and music for handbell ensembles.
Some have said the following about my music:
“A musical architecture where contradictory musical shapes are in dialog dialog and repeated subject matter gains new perspective on each appearance…“
“A conversation of sorts between disparities and symmetries…”
“A form of musical cubism, perhaps…”
organ works: chorales
The music of the church, chorales and hymns, were everywhere when I was growing up as a Lutheran kid, and they still form me in my thinking about music as a composer.
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organ works: collected works
22 works composed in 2021. This collection includes my 6 Abstracts, the Floral and Theatre pieces, and a group of concert works.
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organ works: fantasies
The ten fantasies for organ, composed between 2005 to 2020, form a significant part of my catalog. These are abstract works about architectural design, symmetry, and contradiction.
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organ works: solos
This is my concert music, although you can play much of it in church. These pieces often find their origins in literature, painting and architecture.
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organ works: triptychs
Three movement works, but not really organ sonatas as they not so rigidly structured. Their assembled collective opens a conversation about their synchronicity, or their contradictions.
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piano music: a selection
Posted here is a collection of piano pieces which span the breadth of my career as a composer. From the first breakout piece, Dominus Super Aquas (1992), to the massive ‘frammenti di un lamento’ (2018), my ‘first’ instrument is well represented.
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handbell music: for smaller ensembles
As a parish musician, I wrote a great deal of handbell music. I rarely had large ensembles, and so all of this music reflects that level of austerity. Many of these pieces are intended to be played by just four ringers, and a simple music stand will suffice for each player.
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