Some .mp3 files of my music
My Brandenburg Concerto #7 (no kidding!),
premiered by the Metamorphosen Chamber Orchestra
the 27th of September, 2003
at the New England Conservatory's Jordan Hall
(Scott Yoo, music director and solo violinist;
Koren McCaffrey, flute and piccolo; Alice Dade, flute;
and me at the harpsichord): Movements
and the program notes
I wrote for the premiere.
My setting of Stopping by Woods
on a Snowy Evening (R. Frost) for unaccompanied mixed chorus,
recorded in October by the Occidental College Glee Club
under Jeffrey Bernstein.
Also, a brief program note.
My ``2.5-Part Invention''
(live recording with me at the piano), and a short
The ``Elegy'' I wrote in 1973,
dedicated to the memory of my grandmother whom I lost in August 1972.
Here's a transcription
of the score.
I had written an earlier version in 1972,
with the same main themes but little overall direction;
the recording and score are of the version I completed
under the tutelage of Yitzhak Sadaï when I was about 6.5 years old.
Though not the first notes I put to paper
(I still have notebooks with some 250 earlier scores),
it's the first piece I worked on with Sadaï
and the earliest that I still occasionally perform in public,
whence the ``Op.1'' designation.
(More to come...)
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