encounters (2019) for two Inuit throat singers, vocal sextet and Accordion – 35’

 

In a Gold Room (2016) for mixed chorus – 5’

Commissioned by Eric Banks and his Seattle Choir the Esoterics, this piece is a setting of a short poem by Oscar Wilde.  Score and recording available upon request.  

Tape Recorder (2014) for mixed chorus – 5’

Commissioned by the C4 Ensemble in New York City and also available on their CD Recording Cornerstones.  The text is from the welch poet Zoë Skoulding’s collection “The Museum of Disappearing Sounds”.  A score is available for preview.  

Two Inuit Folk Songs (2006) for mixed chorus – 13’

These pieces are settings of two English translations made by Franz Boas of Inuit texts that he collected in the late 19th century on Baffin Island in northern Canada.  The score, including a pdf preview, is available at Edition Gravis.

encounters (2019) für zwei Throat Singers, Vocalsextett und Akkordeon – 35’

 

In a Gold Room (2016) for mixed chorus – 5’

Commissioned by Eric Banks and his Seattle Choir the Esoterics, this piece is a setting of a short poem by Oscar Wilde.  Score and recording available upon request.  

Tape Recorder (2014) for mixed chorus – 5’

Commissioned by the C4 Ensemble in New York City and also available on their CD Recording Cornerstones.  The text is from the welch poet Zoë Skoulding’s collection “The Museum of Disappearing Sounds”.  A score is available for preview.  

 

Two Inuit Folk Songs (2006) for mixed chorus – 13’

These pieces are settings of two English translations made by Franz Boas of Inuit texts that he collected in the late 19th century on Baffin Island in northern Canada.  The score, including a pdf preview, is available at Edition Gravis.