Spring and Fall,
poem by Gerard Manley Hopkins. To be performed by Melanie
Mitrano, soprano, at Caldwell College, Caldwell, NJ. December
Note to Amadeus,
poem by Joan Rudel. Soprano and
poem by Joan Rudel.
Nothing Is So
Beautiful As Spring, poem by Gerard Manley Hopkins.
Baritone and piano.
in Laurels Project, Vol.I: Points of Entry, Capstone Records.
Anguish And In Hope: A Psalm For Today, text psalms
and Book of Micah. Performed by the Manhattan Choral Ensemble.
Greenwich Music House, New
and Manhattanville College,
Claudia Knafo, pianist.
Winter Weather Advisory,
poem by Ann Silsbee. Soprano and piano. Premiered
at the Memorial Concert of Ann Silsbee’s poetry at
Greenwich Arts House,
piano, flute, harp.
by Rainer Maria Rilke. Tenor, piano, cello. Premiere, Nicholas
Roerich Museum, New York City.
Portrait of Dorothy Day,
Donna Gaspardi. Cantata for small instrumental ensemble and
Pieces for Guitar based on Paintings by Oviedo, Premiere,
Anthony Ocana, Art Institute, The Dominican Republic.
Poplars and The
Windhover, poems by G.M. Hopkins. Performed at the
Gerard Manley Hopkins Conference in Co. Kildare, Ireland.
Nancy Ogle, soprano.
poem by G.M. Hopkins. SATB. Performed in
SONG SETTINGS OF GERARD MANLEY HOPKINS, Macalester University.
Beauty, poem by G.M. Hopkins.
the Waters of Babylon
Chorus. Performed during A Celebration of Women Composers: A
New York City Soundscape, Columbia University.
Ivanina, pianist. Chosen for performance:
International Festival of Contemporary Music, Moscow
U.S. Embassy, Moscow for an audience of the cultural leaders
Recital of Contemporary Piano Works for Music at Sarah
on "Te Deum".
performance at "Music Alaska," University of
based on G.M.
Hopkins' poetry. Small orchestra, boys' choir, SATB, Annabelle
Gamson Dancers. Performed at Manhattanville College.
Medieval Irish text. Soprano and piano. Premiere,
Gaither-Graves, University of Wisconsin, Madison.
O Come With Me. Soprano and piano. In recital by
McCarthy, Manhattanville College.
The Little Vagabond,
poem by Wm. Blake. Soprano
and piano. In
Conference of the International Society for NeoPlatonic
University of Maine
Center for the Arts
Only For So Short
Awhile, poem by unknown Aztec.
For SATB, piano, drums.
To premiere, June 2007, Vanguard Voices, Detroit, MI.
Sic Transit Gloria.
Latin text. SSAATTBB.
Impressions: Oviedo. Guitar solo. Performed by
Armaldo Friere, International
Meeting of Women Composers, Brazil.
for String Orchestra and Solo Flute. Performed by the Antara Ensemble,
Peter’s Church, NYC.
and The Caged Skylark, An Evening with Gerard
The Caged Skylark,
Premiere, solo recital by Francesca Pannell, United
Hammersjold Auditorium, NYC
poem by G.M. Hopkins. Performed at the Conference on Platonism,
Neoplatonism and Literature, U. of Maine.
I Am Ireland,
texts by various 20th-Century Irish poets. Soprano and Harp.
New York Women
Composers/Aviva Players, Manhattanville College.
I Want to Get Married
The Taste of Famine
O Come With Me
Set Me As A Seal
Upon Your Heart, text Song of Solomon. Performed by
Keri McCarthy, soprano.
Fragments for Guitar.
Premiere, Anthony Ocana, Art Institute, The
Variations for Piano. Premiere,
The Fechin Institute, Taos, New Mexico.
Cantata for the Children
settings of poems by children of Theresianstadt
for orchestra, SATB, children’s choir
A Portrait of Dorothy
Day, libretto by
Donna Gaspardi. Instrumental
Introibo. Latin text. SATB
and brass quintet
poem by Rilke. For
soprano, cello, piano. Premiere,
Lullaby and O, Come With Me. Performed
by Karen Lichti, Dutch Reformed Church, Bronxville, N.Y.
Girl With Cello,
poem by May Sarton. Premiere, The National Poetry Foundation
, University of Maine. Performed
by Nancy Ogle and Ginger Hwaleck._________,
and other songs performed at SOUNDS
OF NEW YORK, Manhattanville
by Nancy Ogle and Ginger Hwaleck.
and By the Waters of Babylon for Women’s Chorus.
A NEW YORK CITY SOUNDSCAPE, Columbia University.
Let Me Be to Thee,
poem by G.M. Hopkins. Premiere, University of Maine
Scherzato, Piano. Chosen for performance at:
THE INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL OF CONTEMPORARY
MUSIC IN MOSCOW
for an audience of the cultural leaders of Moscow
Sarah Lawrence by Elena Ivanina, pianist, in a recital of
Intrada for Brass
Quintet. Performed at the national meeting of The College Music
Fanfare on Te Deum,
awarded performance at “MusicAlaska” at the
G.M. Hopkins poems, for chamber orchestra, boys’ choir, SATB, dancers.
by Annabelle Gamson. Thou
Art Indeed Just, SATB; Spring and Death,
soprano/piano/flute; Carrion Comfort, SATB; No
Worst, There is None, SATB; My Own Heart, SATB; Duns
Scotus' Oxford. boys' choir; Pied Beauty,
soprano/piano; The Windhover, soprano/piano; Heaven
Haven, alto/piano; To Seem the Stranger, SATB; Henry
Purcell. SATB; God's Grandeur, SAA and SAT; I
Wake and Feel the Fell of Dark, SATB.
A Christmas Carol, Charles
Dickens text, musical, published by Pioneer Drama Company,
Eagle, poem by Alfred Lord Tennyson. Baritone/piano.
Burial, poem by James McKenna. Baritone/piano.
Love Songs, poem by Sarah Teasdale. Soprano/piano.
and double chorus. Published, Washington University.
of the Transfiguration.
Published, The World Library of Sacred Music
St. Louis Symphony's New Music Circle
pieces for children in collections published by Charles
Scribner and Sons, N.Y.