Tag Archives: Vibraphone
This piece was written in response to Naviarhaiku 205 – shrapnel. shrapnel brings from the grove of trees a circle of birds This is a haiku by Georges Sabiron, who lost his life in the trenches of northern France in … Continue reading
Our lives are surrounded by memories and anticipation. This is why we love Fridays and refer to it as TGIF. The same can be said for me with Sundays, where the anticipation is always that tomorrow has always been either … Continue reading
Thinking of John Luther Adams’ “Among Red Mountains” when putting together this miniature for Disquiet 300. Thinking Of You Thinking Of You – Score This piece was written for Piano, Organ and Vibraphone.
This piece was written in response to naviarhaiku 194. Lightning flash– what I thought were faces plumes of pampas grass The piece is written for wind quintet and vibraphone. Pampas Faces Pampas Faces – Score
Water can exist in the three states, gas, liquid and solid. States looks at these three, with recordings of each, our tea kettle, overflow from Lake Kittamaqundi, and cracking ice. States Gas – for Flute, Oboe, Clarinet, Bassoon and … Continue reading
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