Compositions – Orchestra

Key to Publishers:

BM = Bourne Music Company
CVM = Colla Voce Music, Inc.
CVR = Classical Vocal Reprints
EBM = Edward B. Marks
TP = Theodore Presser Company
TTMP = Tallow Tree Music Publishing

A Fanfare for Wolfgang (1991)
TTMP – 5 minutes
Premiere: 1993
Hartford Symphony Orchestra (Hartford, Connecticut)
Michael Lankester, conductor

A New York Overture (1977) perc/piano/strings
BMC – 5.5 minutes
Seattle Youth Symphony (Seattle, Washington)
Vilem Sokol, conductor

Apogees (1976)
String Orchestra
BMC – 15 minutes
Premiere: 1977
Beauchamp Sinfonietta (Monk's Kirby, England)
Larry Alan Smith, conductor

Concerto for Flute (1996)
See Concerti

Concerto for Piano and Orchestra (1986)
See Concerti

Concerto for Soprano Saxophone and String Orchestra (2010)
See Concerti

Concerto for Viola and Orchestra
See Concerti

Crucifixus for Soprano and Orchestra (1978)
See Vocal

Evocation (1976, arr. 2004)
String Orchestra
TTMP – 5 minutes
Premiere: 2004
The William Joseph International Academy for Performing Arts Chamber Orchestra (Bangalore, India)
Ashley William Joseph, conductor

Fanfara (2009)
Brass Ensemble (
TTMP – 2.5 minutes
Premiere: Hartt Wind Ensemble (West Hartford, Connecticut)
Glen Adsit, conductor

Quick Silver (2013) perc/piano/harp/strings
TTMP – 3 minutes
Premiere: 2013
Evansville Philharmonic Orchestra
Alfred Savia, conductor

Serenade (1978)
This work is also known as Serenade for Marguerita (1978)
String Orchestra
TP – 10 minutes
Premiere: 1978
London Baroque Soloists (London, England)
Larry Alan Smith, conductor

Symphony No. 1 (1980-83)
2.2.2+1.2./ perc/strings
TP – 29 minutes
Premiere: 1983
West Virginia University-Community Symphony Orchestra (Morgantown, West Virginia)
Alfred Savia, conductor

Symphony No. 2 (1984)
"Genesis/Antietam" perc/strings
TP – 17 minutes
Premiere: 1984
Millbrook Center Chamber Orchestra (Shepherdstown, West Virginia)
Lawrence Toscano, conductor

Symphony No. 3 (2009) perc/strings
TTMP – 23 minutes
Premiere: 2009
L'Orchestre de la Cité internationale à Paris (Paris, France)
Adrian McDonnell, conductor

Three Movements for Orchestra (1989)
2+1.2+1.2+1.2+1./ perc/strings
TP – 16 minutes
Premiere: 1989
Eastern Music Festival (Greensboro, North Carolina)
Larry Alan Smith, conductor