A miniature duet originally scored for flute and harp.
Originally composed in response to a call for viola miniatures – It is an interesting challenge to compose a work that is meant to fit within a very short timeframe, and have it stand as a complete piece of music that moves through a sense of emotional depth and development. The title refers not only to the mixed time signatures within the music, but also to a brief expression of mixed poignancies of yearnings encountered at different times in one’s life. – RW
Karen Bentley Pollick performed the premiere of this miniature so perfectly exquisitely.
Video is of pianist Hayk Arsenyan’s beautiful premiere performance of Waiting at the Brand Library & Art Center, Glendale, CA.
(Audio is a midi realization scored for bassoon)
(Audio is a midi realization as scored for bassoon)
Originally composed for Javier Perez Garrido’s call for solo clarinet miniatures.
Originally composed as a submission for Suzanne Mueller, cello & Thomas Piercy, clarinet, 15 Minutes of Fame.
This short piece attempts to convey the ethereal beauty of frost and cold vaporous air. Originally written for Icelandic violinist, Eva Ingolf’s tribute to her homeland, as a land of mystery.
Video features a beautiful recital performance by virtuoso violinist, Kinga Augustyn in Wroclaw, Poland.