Love Songs for Solo Bassoon illustrates various aspects of love, and incorporates the extraordinary variety of colors available to the bassoonist.
Three contrasting early intermediate level songs. The first, a harmonically unsettled complaint, the second, a flamenco flourish, and the third, a wistful lute song.
Each and every key of the piano is played only once. The notation is spatial, leaving room for interpretation and drama.
This lighthearted intermediate level piano work is about wiggling. Slippery harmonies give way to a writhing accompaniment and jaunty melody.
0r161N was inspired by the imaginative intersection of biology and technology. I translated the beginning of Darwin’s “Origin of Species” into binary code, and then spliced it into patterns which were translated into musical material.