This beautiful piece is written for cello with piano accompaniment. A good intermediate level piece, it really explores the full range of the cello and is a great addition to any recital program.
2 Bb Clarinets w. Piano Accomp.
Clarinet Duet No. 1 (Radiance)
This gorgeous duet is written to make two clarinets sound like one as they twist and turn around each other. Supported by an equally active piano part, this major 7 dominated piece is sure to be a favorite!
A piece 700 years in the making, "The Crusade" has a modal sound that will transport the listener to the battlefield surrounded by medieval knights.
This fun quintet will get all the players involved with a chance at the melody. This will certainly be a crowd pleaser and a great way to begin or end a concert or recital.
This piece is for solo piano and is written in a quasi-atonal style. It has a haunting vibe and elements of a Debussy style and would be a great addition to a Halloween program or horror soundtrack.
String Orchestra or Quintet
Reluctant to Dance
Your string players will love this jovial piece. Picture a dance party with a reluctant friend who after a little urging decides to join in the festivities! Can be performed by string orchestra or reduced to a quintet.
Saxophone Quartet (SATB)
Saxophone Quartet No.1
This fun saxophone quartet is a great addition to any program. It is written as a theme and variations beginning in a classical style and slowly twisting its way to jazz and back again. Sure to please any member of the audience!
Brass Quintet No. 2
This is a fun piece that has the feel of a dance at a celebration or ceremony. The rhythm and main melody were inspired by "Scherzo" from Leonard Bernstein's "Symphonic Dances" from West Side Story.