Category Archives: Crotales

Leaves In The Street, 1957

Leaves In The Street, 1957 was written in response to Disquiet Junto Project 0310: From Memory. When I was much younger I would watch my father rake our leaves out to the street. As he collected the leaves in the … Continue reading

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Springtime in Edo

This piece was written for Naviarhaiku 191 in response to Takarai Kikaku’s haiku: Springtime in Edo, Not a day passes without A temple bell sold It is scored for Crotales, Tubular Bells, Vibraphone, Violin, Viola, Cello, and String Bass Springtime … Continue reading

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Bridge Walk

This piece was written for Disquiet 0268: In Tribute to Jiro Taniguchi. On most days I take a walk through the woods near my house, which normally takes about forty-five minutes. I listen to music as I walk but decided to … Continue reading

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Autumn Is Like A Sunday Night

This piece was written for Disquiet Junto Project 0258: Sonic Climate. The beautiful season of autumn should be a favorite time of the year for everyone.  The leaves change color from their ubiquitous green to a panoply of exceptional variations that … Continue reading

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