Category Archives: Flute

One Push Of The Door

This piece was written in response to Naviarhaiku310 – One push of the door, a single step      One push of the door, a single step      And the corridor seems to stretch      As far as the eye can see. The haiku … Continue reading

Posted in Clarinet, Flute, Vibraphone | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment

Connection String

Connection String was written in response to Disquiet Junto Project 0412: One Chord Wonder      Step 1: Choose a chord, any chord.      Step 2: Make a list of the notes that the chord is comprised of.      Step 3: Record a piece … Continue reading

Posted in Cello, Clarinet, Flute, Horn, String Bass, Trombone, Vibraphone, Viola, Violin | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

A Gift

A Gift is written for my parents. In 1971 the writing of my music progressed (or some might say “regressed”) from writing songs on the guitar to writing serial music. I remember sitting at the piano and my mother pleading … Continue reading

Posted in Alto Flute, Flute | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

Reflections

This piece was written in response to Naviarhaiku304 – reflection      reflection      in the water      a traveler The haiku is by wandering poet and ascetic Zen priest, Santōka, who was a disciple of Ogiwara Seisensui, one of the first poets to … Continue reading

Posted in Cello, Flute, Oboe, Vibraphone, Viola, Violin | Tagged , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Evening Haze

This piece was written in response to Naviarhaiku296 – evening haze      evening haze:      when memories come, how distant      are the by gone days The haiku was by Takai Kito, a disciple of Yosa Buson. Despite becoming a professional haikai master … Continue reading

Posted in Bassoon, Cello, Clarinet, Crotales, Cymbals, Flute, Gong, Horn, Oboe, String Bass, Trombone, Vibraphone, Viola, Violin | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Night Train

This piece was written in response to Naviarhaiku295 – night train      night train      the briefly lit lives      of others The haiku was by Mark Gilfillan. He was one of the panelists at the Naviar Haiku Fest in London last October. … Continue reading

Posted in Cello, Clarinet, Flute, Horn, String Bass, Trombone, Vibraphone, Viola, Violin | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

The Beach Waves Break Up The Plovers

This piece was written in response to Naviarhaiku293      Each time they roll in      the beach waves break up      the plovers This haiku was by Shiba Sonome (1664–1726). She was a haiku poet and disciple of Matsuo Bashô. Reichhold wrote about … Continue reading

Posted in Bassoon, Cello, Clarinet, Flute, String Bass, Viola, Violin | Tagged , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment