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works

cycles:

Anima Mundi (2000-02; rev.2003) a cycle of works for large orchestra 55 min.
1. Rough Magic
2. Kinkakuji
3. Agua Celeste
4. Cloud Forest (in memory of Toru Takemitsu)
commissioned by Alan Gilbert and David Robertson with funds from the Seaver Foundation, for the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic and the Orchestre National de Lyon
FP:  2 May 2002, Lyon FR, Orchestre National de Lyon | Alan Gilbert
FP, revised version:  5 June 2003, Stockholm SE, Royal Stockholm Philharmonic | David Robertson

Songs in Memory of a Circle (1990–) a vertical cycle of works for instruments and electronics 24 min.
this is an ongoing compositional project whereby each piece in the cycle can be performed independently or simultaneously with any/all of the other works in the cycle; constituent works are indicated by the abbreviation SMC

~bendingthememoryoftime (2009) for bass clarinet and live electronics SMC14
~thirtywordsforsnow (2009) multi-channel audio installation SMC13
~plicity  (2009) for an ensemble of variable size (minimum: 4) and instrumentation with live video SMC12 [vimeo]
:sq:uaRingthecircle (2008) eight-channel audio installation for four spatially separated boomboxes SMC11
The Rope Dancer Accompanies Herself With Her Shadows (2005) for solo violin and acoustic or electronic resonance SMC10
:ka[raku]sa (1999-2000) for piano and string quartet SMC08
:memo/ryCircle (1998-2000) for string quartet SMC07
:dreamin/gField (1997-99) for ensemble (a-fl, cor-a, cl, pf, 2 perc, 2 vlns, vla, vc, db) SMC05
:circl/eSong (1997-98) for alto flute, cor anglais, and clarinet SMC04
Orenda (1995-97) for solo cello with two bows and live electronics SMC03
Radiant Shadows (1991) for metallic percussion ensemble SMC02
Song in Memory of a Circle (1990-92) for alto flute and electronics SMC01

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orchestral:

neverthesamerivertwice (2010) concerto for piano and orchestra 13 min.
commissioned by the New York Philharmonic for the CONTACT! series
FP:  17, 18 December 2010, New York, NY, New York Philharmonic | Alan Gilbert | Eric Huebner, piano
[pdf score]
[program note]

Cloud Forest (in memory of Toru Takemitsu) (2007) version for chamber orchestra (20 players) 21 min.
FP:  10 November 2007, Evanston, Northwestern Contemporary Music Ensemble | Ryan Nelson

Cloud Forest (in memory of Toru Takemitsu) (2000-02) for large orchestra 21 min.
commissioned by Alan Gilbert and David Robertson with funds from the Seaver Foundation, for the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic and the Orchestre National de Lyon
FP:  2 May 2002, Lyon FR, Orchestre National de Lyon | Alan Gilbert
FP, revised version:  5 June 2003, Stockholm SE, Royal Stockholm Philharmonic | David Robertson

Agua Celeste (2002) for orchestra and electric piano obbligato 7 min.
commissioned by Alan Gilbert and David Robertson with funds from the Seaver Foundation, for the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic and the Orchestre National de Lyon
FP:  2 May 2002, Lyon FR, Orchestre National de Lyon | Alan Gilbert
FP, revised version:  5 June 2003, Stockholm SE, Royal Stockholm Philharmonic | David Robertson

Kinkakuji (2001) for large orchestra 11 min.
commissioned by Alan Gilbert and David Robertson with funds from the Seaver Foundation, for the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic and the Orchestre National de Lyon
FP:  2 May 2002, Lyon FR, Orchestre National de Lyon | Alan Gilbert
FP, revised version:  5 June 2003, Stockholm SE, Royal Stockholm Philharmonic | David Robertson

Vocalise (Rakhmaninov, arranged 1997) for soprano, two violins, two violoncellos, piano four-hands and orchestra 8 min.
commissioned by Samsung Corporation
FP:  25 June 1997, Seoul KO, Young-Ock Kim, Isaac Stern, Sarah Chang, Yo-Yo Ma, Han-Na Chang, Yefim Bronfman, Helen Huang, Korean Broadcasting Orchestra

Rough Magic (1996-97; rev.2000) for large orchestra 16 min.
commissioned by the Chicago Symphony Orchestra (Ernst & Young Emerging Composers Fund)
FP:  30 January 1997, Chicago IL, Chicago Symphony Orchestra | Daniel Barenboim
[pdf score]
[program note]  

Rain Palace (1993) for oboe, cor anglais and orchestra (2.0.2.2 – 2.2.2.0 – 2 perc, hp, pf – 6.6.4.4.2) 18 min.
commissioned by the National Endowment for the Arts
FP:  13 February 1993, Haddonfield NJ, Haddonfield Symphony | Alan Gilbert
[pdf score]
[program note]  

Karénas (1986) for double string orchestra, harp, and antique cymbals 16 min.
written for the Tanglewood Music Center Orchestra
FP:  5 August 1987, Lenox MA, Tanglewood Music Center Orchestra | Oliver Knussen

Askesis (1980-81; rev.1987) for large orchestra (3.3.3.3 – 4.3.3.1 – 3 perc, hp, pf/sampler – 15.15.12.10.9) in three groups 22 min.
FP:  11 September 1988, Amsterdam NL, Nederlands Radio Filharmonisch Orkest | Lucas Vis

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ensemble:

force:field (2012) for percussion quartet (fortune cookies and voices) and electronics (written for Third Coast Percussion as a contribution to their RENGA:Cage:100 project)
preview: 7 august 2012, Kennedy Center, Washington DC
FP: 9 august 2012, MoMA, New York, NY, “REVOLUTION: The Cage Century”

~plicity  (2009) for an ensemble of variable size (minimum: 4) and instrumentation with live video SMC12 24 min.
written for the Musica Nova Consort, Tel Aviv [vimeo]
FP: 17 July 2009, Hagada Ha’Smalit, Tel Aviv, IS (violin, two violoncellos, doublebass, soprano saxophone, two laptops, and VJ)
US premiere: 3 December 2009, Chicago, IL, dal niente ensemble (alto flute, violin, viola, doublebass, VJ)
premiere of large ensemble version (alto flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, alto saxophone, horn, trumpet, trombone, tuba, harp, 2 percussion, piano, 2 violins, viola, cello, doublebass, VJ): 1 February 2010, Chicago, IL, Northwestern Contemporary Music Ensemble | Ryan Nelson

:dreamin/gField (1997-99) for ensemble (a-fl, cor-a, cl, pf, 2 perc, 2 vlns, vla, vc, db) SMC05 24 min.
commissioned by the Ministerium für Wissenschaft, Forschung und Kunst, Baden-Württemburg DE for Ensemble SurPlus and James Avery
FP: 16 April 1999, Ravensburg DE, Ensemble SurPlus | James Avery
[pdf score]
[program note]

Broken Prisms (1995) 75th birthday piece for Earl Kim, for seven players (fl/picc/a-fl, cl/b-cl, 2 perc, pf/cel, vln, vc) 21 min.
written for Stephen Mosko and the Contemporary Chamber Players at the University of Chicago
FP: 2 June 1995, Chicago IL, Contemporary Chamber Players | Stephen Mosko

Jam Karet (1993/94) 50th birthday piece for Brian Ferneyhough, for two prepared vibraphones 4 min.
FP: 7 July 1994, Darmstadt DE, Kuniko Kato and Yuko Suzuki

Dreams Wide Awake (1991) for 11 players (fl/picc, b-cl, mand, gtr, hp, 1 perc, pf/synth, vln, vla, vc, db) and live electronics 14 min.
commissioned by the Nieuw Ensemble (Amsterdam) with funds from the Illinois Arts Council
FP: 3 September 1991, Amsterdam NL, Nieuw Ensemble | David Porcelijn

Radiant Shadows (1991) for metallic percussion ensemble SMC02 24 min.
commissioned by the New Music Consort with funds provided by the Jerome Foundation
FP: 26 June 1991, New York NY, New Music Consort | Claire Heldrich

LHOOQ (1990) for soprano and seven players (fl, cl, perc, pf, vln, vla, vc) 17 min.
commissioned by the National Endowment for the Arts for Boston Musica Viva
FP: 20 April 1990, Boston MA, Boston Musica Viva | Richard Pittman | Maria Tegzes

Zazanza (1989; withdrawn for revision) for ten players (fl, ob, cl, bn, hp, pf, vln, vla, vc, db) 10 min.
commissioned by the Andiamo Chamber Ensemble with a grant from the New York State Council for the Arts
FP: 1 May 1989, New York NY, Andiamo Chamber Ensemble | Paul Connelly

Geometry and Delirium (1989) for ensemble (fl/picc/a-fl, ob/cor-a, cl/b-cl, bn, hp, 2 perc, pf/synth, 2 vlns, vla, vc, db)  and live electronics 16 min.
incorporates …entre pausas furiosas…; reworked and extended:  November 1988-January 1989, Cambridge and Evanston; second extension July 1989.  «to Oliver Knussen»
first complete performance: 18 March 1989, Queen Elizabeth Hall, London, London Sinfonietta | Oliver Knussen
FP of revised version: 1989 Tanglewood Festival of Contemporary Music, Tanglewood Ensemble | Marin Alsop

Vitres de Son (1988) for amplified flute and eleven players 7 min.
commissioned by Alea III for its 10th Anniversary
FP: 19 February 1988, Boston MA, Alea III | Theodore Antoniou | Christine Fish

…entre pausas furiosas… (1987) for amplified small chamber orchestra and electronics 7 min.
FP: 6 August 1988, Wellesley MA, Composers Conference | Efrain Guigui

Moments of Rising Mist (1984/86) for seven players (f/a-fl, cl, hp, 1 perc, pf/cel, vln, vc) 12 min.
FP: 18 May 1984, Harvard University, Cambridge, Harvard New Music Group | Alan Yamamoto
Revised March 1986, Cambridge
FP of revised version: 11 April 1986, 1st and 2nd Church, Boston, Extension Works | Ronald Feldman
European premiere: 11 September 1987, Gaudeamus International Musicweek, Amsterdam – Gaudeamus Solisten Ensemble | Huub Kerstens

Eastern Windows (1981; rev.1985) for soprano, harp, and 13 solo strings (4.4.3.2.1) 11 min.
FP:  23 October 1985, Boston MA, Marlborough String Ensemble | Alan Yamamoto | Karol Bennett, soprano

Pìak (1981) for double-reed septet 9 min.

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string quartet:

:memo/ryCircle (1998-2000) for string quartet SMC07 24 min.
FP:  12 March 2008, New Music Northwestern, Evanston, JACK Quartet

The Blue Voice of Air (1990) 60th birthday piece for Donald Martino, for string quartet 3 min.
written for the Arditti String Quartet and Perspectives of New Music

Autumn Rhythm (1985) for string quartet 17 min.
commissioned by the Cummington School of the Arts for the Andiamo String Quartet
FP:  21 March 1985, New York NY, Andiamo String Quartet

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chamber:

il tempo sospeso (in memory of James Avery) (2010) clarinet, violin, violoncello, piano 4 min.
FP:  25 June 2010, Freiburg-im-Breisgau DE, Ensemble SurPlus | Sven-Thomas Kiebler | Eun-Ju Kim, piano
[pdf score] 

inter:lace (2006) for violin and piano 12 min.
FP:  4 May 2006, New York City, Duo Diorama

:ka[raku]sa (1999-2000) for piano and string quartet SMC08 24 min.

Lumina (1998) for harp, piano, and percussion (vibraphone + crotales) 70 min.
commissioned by Barbara Stanczak to celebrate artist Julian Stanczak’s 70th birthday
FP:  21 November 1998, Cleveland OH

:circl/eSong (1997-98) for alto flute, oboe/cor anglais, and clarinet SMC04 24 min.

Twine (Escape Velocity 2.1)(1997-98; rev.1999) for quarter-tone flute and prepared marimba 7 min.
commissioned by Transport (Amsterdam/Freiburg) with funds from the Illinois Arts Council
FP:  18 September 1997, De IJSbreker, Amsterdam NL, Anne LaBerge and Yuko Suzuki

Canción de Atardecer (1990) for lyric baritone and string quartet 6 min.
FP:  28 June 1990, Evanston IL, Victor Benedetti and the Lumière Quartet

Mille Grâces (1986) 90th birthday piece for Virgil Thomson, for flute and piano 6 min.
commissioned by the Harvard Club of New York City
FP:  23 October 1986, New York NY, Barbara Siesel and Jessica Krash

•••

instrumental:

~bendingthememoryoftime (2009) for bass clarinet and live electronics SMC14 24 min.
written for Gareth Davis, Amsterdam
FP 3 December 2009, with dal niente, Chicago, IL

The Rope Dancer Accompanies Herself With Her Shadows (2005) for solo violin and acoustic or electronic resonance SMC10 24 min.

Escape Velocity 1.4 (1998; rev.2000) for solo five-octave marimba 8 min.
commissioned by the School of Music, Northwestern University
FP:  2 November 1998, Evanston IL, Michael Burritt

Orenda (1995-97) for solo cello with two bows and live electronics SMC03 24 min.
commissioned by Frances-Marie Uitti (Amsterdam) with funds partially provided by the Illinois Arts Council
FP:  30 July 1996, Darmstadt DE, Frances-Marie Uitti

Escape Velocity 1.3 (1995) for bass clarinet 8 min.

Escape Velocity 1.2 (1995) for clarinet in B-flat 8 min.

Escape Velocity 1.1a (1995) for alto saxophone 8 min.
FP:  14 May 1996, Chicago IL, Athanasios Zervas

Escape Velocity 1.1s (1995) for soprano saxophone 8 min.
FP:  14 May 2001, Evanston IL, Shawn Tracy

Song in Memory of a Circle (1990-92) for alto flute and electronics SMC01 24 min.

Más Furiosamente (1985) for flute 8 min.
FP:  10 June 1986, New York NY, North/South Consonance, Wendy Rolfe

Furiosamente (1985) for piccolo 8 min.
FP:  12 May 1985, Cambridge MA, Christine Fish
[pdf score]

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keyboard:

10rivers (2010) for piano 13 min.

Shanti (in memory of James Avery) (2010) piano 4 min.

as5k_opustwentythree [gene therapy remix] (2005) for piano 12 min.

The Last Fiber of Night (2004) for prepared piano SMC09 24 min.

:[ten]dril (1999) for piano solo SMC06 24 min.
written for Eun-Ju Kim (Ensemble SurPlus)
FP:  4 April 2001, Chicago, Ian Pace
[pdf score] 

GS50 (1999) for piano solo 8.5 seconds
written to celebrate Gerhard Stäbler’s 50th birthday as part of 50 short solo piano works
FP:  20 July 1999, Essen, DE

Timescreen No.2 (1983) for piano 4 min.
FP:  9 March 1985, Cambridge MA, John McDonald

Timescreen No.1 (1982/84) for piano 10 min.
FP:  23 May 1984, Cambridge MA, John McDonald

•••

electronic sound (playback):

~thirtywordsforsnow (2009) multi-channel audio installation SMC13 24 min.
FP: 17 July 2009, Hagada Ha’Smalit, Tel Aviv, IS

:sq:uaRingthecircle (2008) eight-channel audio installation for four spatially separated boomboxes SMC11 24 min.
FP:  12 March 2008, Northwestern University, Evanston, IL

Oxra (2001) electronic sound 4 minutes 33 seconds

Shiosai (1984) for computer-generated sound 9 min.
FP:  19 August 1985, Vancouver CN, International Computer Music Conference

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intermedia:

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Bird (2012) interactive audiovisual installation, widescreen HD projection, multichannel spatialized sound, hacked Kinect infrared sensor, Mac and PC computers, custom software; collaboration with Marlena Novak and jesus duran infinite/variable duration
FP:  23 March-29 April 2012, University of New Mexico Art Museum, Albuquerque, NM
[vimeo]

Chew (2011) electronic sound and video with Zootermopsis termites; collaboration with Marlena Novak and Brittany Ransom 3 min.
FP:  1 June 2011, The Hague, NL, International Streaming Festival

scale (2009-10) interactive installation using Amazonian electric field-emitting fish, custom-built aluminum stands and acrylic tanks, 12-channel audio system, custom LED displays, custom software, Lemur touch screen, Mac and PC computers
funded by grants from the National Science Foundation, the Murphy Society, University Research Grants Council, and the Center for Interdisciplinary Research in the Arts at Northwestern; collaboration with Marlena Novak and Malcolm MacIver
exhibition premiere 18-28 November 2010, STRP Festival Eindhoven, NL
[vimeo]

Frontier (2009-10) collaborative multimedia work with Marlena Novak (2.1 audio, single channel video) 4 min. 33 seconds
FP:  16 September 2009, Budapest, HU, Magyar Mühely Galéria
[vimeo]

Coast (2009) collaborative multimedia work with Marlena Novak (2.1 audio, single channel video) 6 min.
FP:  16 September 2009, Budapest, HU, Magyar Mühely Galéria
[video excerpt]

EDGE Detection (2008) collaborative multimedia work with Marlena Novak (2.1 audio, single channel video) 10 min.
FP:  12 November 2008, Site Unseen 2008, Garland Room, Chicago Cultural Center , Chicago, IL
[video]

Cite Unscene (2007) collaborative multimedia installation with Marlena Novak (nine-channel audio, single-channel video) 91 min.
commissioned by the Chicago Cultural Center
FP:  13 November 2007, Site Unseen 2007, Chicago, IL

Fluid Mechanics Remix (2007) collaborative multimedia work with Marlena Novak (2.1 audio, single channel video) 6 min.
FP:  6 september 2007, Overtures Project, Ars Electronica, Linz, AT

pr!ck (2006) interactive audiovisual installation (collaboration with Marlena Novak and Ian Horswill)variable duration.
FP:  13-28 October 2006, Structural Elements, Chicago

bØnk! (2006) collaborative multimedia work with Marlena Novak (2.1 audio, single channel video) 1 min.
FP: 26-30 April 2006, estacion ARTE, Mexico City, MX, video installation

this_story (2006) audience-participatory performance installation with Marlena Novak 5 days
FP: 26-30 April 2006, estacion ARTE, Mexico City, MX, LED installation

Driving School (2004) 65th birthday piece for Louis Andriessen, electronic sound using only samples from Andriessen’s compositions (with single channel video (video created by Marlena Novak, 2009) 5 min.
FP: 25 November 2009, Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival, Huddersfield, UK

Dancing Cranes (2002/03) collaborative multimedia work with Marlena Novak (2.1 audio, single channel video) 5 min.
FP:  4 October 2002, “soundSCAPES and interACTORS”, Chicago

Fluid Mechanics (2001/03) collaborative multimedia work with Marlena Novak (2.1 audio, single channel video) 6 min.
FP:  21 March 2002, “Transcultural Visions 2” Szczecin, Poland

Soku (2001) collaborative multimedia work with Marlena Novak (2.1 audio, single channel video) 8 min.
FP:  13 March 2001, Santa Barbara