Works

ORCHESTRAL

Uncanny Valley (2014) 11’

FOR LARGE ORCHESTRA

Eric, rising (2012) 8’

for full orchestra + oboe d’amore solo

Audiendum Extimate (“I hear it now more and more distinctly…”) (2013) 10’

for string orchestra + live electronics
commissioned by Indiana Youth Musicians
Caleb Young, Music Director and Conductor

Bifurcations for Harp + Orchestra (2006) 7’

for solo harp + full orchestra

Of petals, ripe-blown and silkily smooth (2005-2007) 55’

cantata for chorus, SSATB soloists, chamber orchestra, electronics and video

CHAMBER

Uberrima Fides (2015) 7’

FOR ALTO FLUTE, BASS CLARINET, VIOLIN, CELLO, AND PIANO

The Fiction of Time Destroyed (2015) 9’

FOR ALTO FLUTE, BASS CLARINET, CELLO, AND ELECTRONICS

Motherless Home — 1929 (2015) 3’

FOR CLARINET QUARTET AND CHORUS

commissioned by the Novacane Quartet

Amnesty (2014) 5’

FOR ENSEMBLE, FILM + ELECTRONIC SOUNDTRACK

We’ll Be Listening To You (2013) 11’

FOR 14 PLAYERS + LIVE, INTERACTIVE ELECTRONICS

Panopticon (2013) 7’

FOR 12 PERIPHONICALLY SPATIALIZED CLARINETS

Like sleeping giants, hardly breathing (2013) 9’

FOR TROMBONE QUARTET

Recompense Revisited (2013) 4’

FOR OCTET OF OBOE, BASSOON, HORN, TRUMPET, VIOLIN, VIOLA, CELLO, DOUBLE BASS

(sequel to Recompense for Persephone)

Wreaths of Violet (2013) 7’

FOR FLUTE, B-FLAT CLARINET, PERCUSSION, HARP, VIOLIN, CELLO + film

(duplicated below under “Stage, Film & Commercial”)

Recompense for Persephone (2011) 7’

PIANO, HARP, 2 VIOLINS, 2 VIOLAS, 4 CELLOS, VIBRAPHONE + MARIMBA

(after the original version for live electronics)

冥紙 Ming Zhi (“Ghost Money”) (2010) 14’

FOR 2 GLOCKENSPIELS + HARP

The Fields at Abacoa (2004, rev. 2005) 15’

for saxophone quartet

Concavity II: Real Big Business (2005) 10’

graphic score improvisation for ensemble of variable size

published in Tonality and Design in Music Theory by Earl Henry, Prentice Hall, 2005

No Baby Ruminations (In Memoriam Steve Lacy) (2004) 20’

for free improvising jazz ensemble of variable size

Commissioned by Michael Parkinson for the International Summer Jazz Academy Big Band 

ELECTRONICS

Travertine Hybrid #3 (2014) 7’

FOR VIOLIN + LIVE, INTERACTIVE ELECTRONICS

Giffen Good (2014) 10’

FOR TROMBONE + LIVE, INTERACTIVE ELECTRONICS

Les passages interdits (2013) 10’

for live video tracking, resonant synthesis + interactive 4-channel surround sound

Grand Sepia Taksim (2013) 10’

for belly dancer + live, interactive electronics (Arduino-based sensors + MaxMSP)

Euclidean Dominant (2013, fixed media) 5’

for Arduino-based sensors, MaxMSP, and Ableton Live

初生態 Chu Sheng Tai (“Nascent States”) (2012) 10’

for E-flat sopranino saxophone with live electronics in MaxMSP

多寶格方匣 Duo Bao Ge Fang Xia (“Curio Box”) (2012) 18’

for South Indian kanjira solo with live analysis/resynthesis in MaxMSP

Recompense for Persephone (2011, fixed media) 7’

spectral analysis + resynthesis in MaxMSP

Zhongxiao Dunhua (2009, fixed media) 7’

for 4-channel granular audio

31-Tone Impromptus for Samplers (2005, fixed media) 5’

improvisations for 31-tone equal-tempered synthesizer

I Am Not Virginia (2004, fixed media) 14’

tone poem for soprano saxophone, harp, piano + samplers

CHORAL

Vanishing Points (2012) 5’

for chorus + multi-percussion

(texts in Chinese by LaoTzu with IPA and pinyin translations)

VOCAL

Songs on Superstrings (2005) 13’

for mezzo soprano + organ

texts by Thomas Borger

This I Hope Will Be Our Wisdom (2005) 14’

for mezzo soprano + soprano saxophone

texts by Thomas Jefferson + Benjamin Franklin

Three Verses from ‘Song of the Open Road’ (2003, rev. 2004) 9’

FOR MEDIUM HIGH VOICE + PIANO

texts by Walt Whitman

SOLO OR DUO

Four Possible Coceks (2014) 7’

FOR TWO TRUMPETS

Travertine Hybrid #1 (2012) 4’

for viola

Travertine Hybrid #2 (2012) 2’

FOR cello

地獄的錢 Di Yu de Qian (“Hell Money”) (2010) 16’

for piano

STAGE, FILM + COMMERCIAL

Wreaths of Violet (2013) 7’

for flute, B-flat clarinet, percussion, harp, violin + cello

score to the film by Austin Criner

Screwstrippers: A New Musical About the Drilling Impaired (2002) 2 ½ hours

musical comedy in 2 acts; book by Thomas Borger, music & lyrics by Louis Goldford

Heckman: The Economics of Human Potential (2009) 10’

music for documentary series about Nobel-winning economist James Heckman

produced by See3 Communications, Chicago: http://www.heckmanequation.org

                                                                                                         

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