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Monthly Archives: April 2008

Procrastinate in Layers


While following a “Came From” link in my webstats, I found that my friends at the Japan Wind Ensemble Conductors Conference have put up an awesome link to information on the commission, on a page that is clearly supposed to be in Japanese. I don’t know what’s going on there with the html, but I [...]


Tonight in Tokyo, the Tokyo Kosei Wind Orchestra performs their consortium premiere of Climbing Parnassus, conducted by Masayuki Inagaki.



I’ve been mentioning, hinting, and talking around 3 new (or new-ish) pieces of late, without giving much detail. Since the travels have ended, and I’ve finally culled all available audio for these suckers, I hope to flesh these out a little more. (I can’t imagine anyone would want to listen to all of these in [...]


Pages added for new works My Hands Are a City and Climbing Parnassus, as well as a live review recording of the Concertino, from last week’s Arizona State University Chamber Players performance with flute soloist Elizabeth Buck and conductor Gary Hill.