A word on my large ensemble policy: I am fully aware that the circumstances of your ensemble’s instrumentation and/or your judges’ requirements for festival score submissions may require you to print additional copies of the scores and/or parts you purchase from me. That’s totally fine! If you need written permission to possess and use additional copies of a score, shoot me an email (either with your initial order or before your performance). I’ll happily write you one!
Please note that there is some overlap between classical and jazz for Letters from the Aftermath and LETTING GO. In most instances, these works are not genre-specific and can be played by ensembles from either background. I have listed them on these pages based on the circumstances of their commissioning and their premieres, but to find the complete lists, visit each of the pages listed above or start from the Projects catchall.
Here Be Dragons—wind ensemble. Grade 4.
Commissioned by Denton Grant for the Allendale High School Wind Ensemble.
Here Be Dragons will be available for purchase ($45.00 PDF/$55.00 hard copy/$10.00 additional score) on May 4, 2019.
walking/I’m sorry, Mom*—two narrators and moving a cappella choir. ~5′
Commissioned by Tanner Pfeiffer for the Contemporary Vocal Ensemble at CalArts.
walking/I’m sorry, Mom will be available for purchase ($35.00 PDF/$45.00 hard copy) on May 1, 2019.
People Talk*—symphony orchestra and roaming, raging narrator (with option for chamber orchestra). 13’30”
Commissioned by Nicholas Deyoe for The Ensemble.
Chamber orchestra: $45.00 PDF/$55.00 hard copy/$10.00 additional score.
Symphony orchestra: $60.00 PDF/$70.00 hard copy/$10.00 additional score. Place an order
2015 and earlier
An asterisk (*) denotes that the piece is part of Letters from the Aftermath, a developing body of work exploring the aftereffects of sexual assault and rape culture. For more information, click here.