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Summer-Night Songs, for soprano saxophone and harp

Video by Nick Ferrario (2013)

Performers: Pictures on Silence

 

from One Week: for orchestra ("Building the House")
Music to accompany the 1920 silent comedy starring Buster Keaton (2014-15)

Performers: Columbia Orchestra, Jason Love, Music Director, January 2015

 

lotus and poppy: a new digital animation
of works by Micheline Klagsbrun
to synchronize with the music in performance
(Performed together in Nov. 2010 at GWU in DC)

Performers:
Bo Chang, mezzo-soprano
Robert Baker, tenor
counter)induction
Premiere of lotus and poppy, NYC, Dec. 2007

 

from Picking Peaches, for chamber ensemble

Source: The Harry Langdon Collection:
Lost and Found, All Day Entertainment 2007

Performers: Ben Redwine, clarinet, Andrew E Simpson, piano, Phil Carluzzo, drums

 

from Lucky Stars, for chamber ensemble

Source: The Harry Langdon Collection:
Lost and Found, All Day Entertainment 2007

Performers: The Snark Ensemble

 

from The First 100 Years, for piano solo

Source: The Harry Langdon Collection:
Lost and Found, All Day Entertainment 2007

Performer: Andrew E Simpson, piano

 

from A Hash House Fraud, for piano solo

Source: American Slapstick Volume 2,
All Day Entertainment 2008

Performer: Andrew E Simpson, piano

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Improvised interlude for piano and percussion

Andrew Simpson, piano; Barry Dove, percussion
National Gallery of Art, September 2013
Part of NGA program entitled "Abstract Animation Since 1970," featuring silent animations with live, newly-composed scores

 

 

from The Furies, opera in one act on Aeschylus’ Eumenides (2005)

Performers: Bridgid Eversole, soprano, Catholic University Opera Theater


Ah, Sisters, We Suffer!


Let Pan Care for Her Thriving Flocks


Finale

 

 

from Agamemnon, opera in one act on Aeschylus’ Agamemnon (1999-2001)

Performers: Jessi Baden, mezzo-soprano, Catholic University Opera Theater


Lies!

 

 

from A Crown of Stars, wedding oratorio for chorus and chamber orchestra (2006)

Performers: Cantate Chamber Singers, Gisèle Becker, Music Director


Opening


O My Bliss

 

 

from Petruchio, tone poem for symphony orchestra (1995)

Performers: Indiana University Concert Orchestra, Daniel Alcott, conductor


Coda

 

 

from lotus and poppy, for mezzo-soprano, tenor, and chamber ensemble (2007)

Performers: Robert Baker, tenor, Bo Chang, mezzo-soprano


Opening

 

 

from phos, for piano and percussion (2001)

Performers: Contemporary music Forum


Excerpt

 

 

from Tesserae: Six Mosaics of Ancient Rome, for flute, viola, and guitar (2003-04)

Performers: Red Cedar Trio


Opening

 

 

from Lucky Stars, for chamber ensemble (2007)

Performers: The Snark Ensemble


Excerpt

 

 

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