Publications & Recordings

Compositions
Articles and Reviews
Recordings

Compositions

Prairie Suite for Brass Quintet, Shawnee Press, Inc. (Out of Print)

In Memoriam, Benjy, Media Press

The Professor March and Rag, Crucible Arts Magazine

Solowalk for Flute, Wimbledon Music, Inc.

Music for Julius Baker, Wimbledon Music, Inc.

Ballad of Roland, Dorn Publications, Inc.

Serenade for Unknown Friends, Dorn Publications, Inc.

Electronic Music Background.  Tapes I, II, II Geographical Concept Tapes – South American Series, Jack Miller, author.  American Printinghouse for the Blind.

Prism, Medici Press, Inc.

Vision of Basque, Medici Press, Inc.

Sitio, Fleisher Collection, Free Library of Philadelphia

Concerto for Tenor Saxophone and Orchestra, Fleisher Collection, Free Library of Philadelphia

Igor Fantasy, TRN Music Publishers, Inc.

Heavy Metal, Carl Fischer, Inc.

J.B. II, Carl Fischer, Inc.

Final Roland, Carl Fischer, Inc.

The Eagle Has Landed, Carl Fischer, Inc.

The Stomp:  Revisited, Carl Fischer, Inc.

Overture for Orchestra, Carl Fischer, Inc.

Sacred Ground, Carl Fischer, Inc.

Schubertiad, Carl Fischer, Inc.

A Fit Reliquary, OU Percussion Press

Lamentations, Carl Fischer, Inc.

Grappelli Dreams, Carl Fischer, Inc.

House of Dawn, Carl Fischer, Inc.

PABLO/SAUL, Carl Fischer, Inc.

Fantasy for Viola & Piano, Carl Fischer, Inc.

American Sketches, Carl Fischer, Inc.

Mingus Among Us, Carl Fischer, Inc.

SOLOWALK- Horn Call for G.W.C., Carl Fischer, Inc.

Articles and Reviews

“Report on the Interest Group Session:  The Impact of Popular Culture on Church Music,” NASM Proceedings, The 65th Annual Meeting

“Future Music:  The Compositional Training for Music in the Future,” NASM Proceedings, The 64th Annual meeting

“The Preparation of Teachers Who Can Teach Musical Structure at the Most Elementary Level,” NASM Proceedings, The 61st Annual Meeting

“Learning About Teaching,” NASM Proceedings, The 72nd Annual Meeting

“The Preparation of Teachers Who Can Teach Musical Structure at the Most Elementary Level,” Design for Arts in Education, March/April 1986, Vol. 87, No. 4 (reprinted by permission).

“Interview with Thomas Moore,” Corona, Vol. 3, 1983.

“Establishing a Contemporary Chamber Ensemble in a Small College,” Music Now, January, 1975.

“The Creative Process in Music Composition:  An Approach,” Guilford Review, No. 5, Spring, 1977.

“Establishing a Contemporary Chamber Ensemble in a Small College,” The North Carolina Music Teacher, October, 1975 (reprinted by permission).

“Professors, Marches, and Rags,” co-author Jana Rudolph, review in Music Educators Journal, February, 1978.

“Trio by George Rochberg and 20th Century Jazz Piano by Davis (record review),” Chamber Music Quarterly, December, 1982.

“Duo for Violin and Violoncello by Phillip Rhodes and Party Pieces by Virgil Thomson, Henry Cowell, John Cage, Lou Harrison – arr. By Robert Hughes,” Chamber Music Quarterly, Spring, 1983.

“Trio by Robert Muszynski and Beethoven’s Compositional Choices (text) by Janet M. Levy,” Chamber Music Quarterly, accepted for Spring, 1984 issue.

Recordings

Ballad of Roland for Eb Alto Saxophone and Whistle:  The Saxophone Alone, Neal Ramsay, concert saxophonist.  Cumberland Records, NSW 101, Nashville, Tennessee.

Prism for Trombone, Piano and Percussion:  Music from the Meadows, Voices of Change New Music Ensemble.  Redwood Records, ES-28, Ithaca, New York.

Heavy Metal for Tuba Ensemble:  Heavy Metal, Tennessee Tech Tuba Ensemble, R. Winston Morris, cond. Mark Educational Records, RES20759, Buffalo, New York.

The Stomp:  Revisited for Brass Quintet:  The University of New Mexico Brass Quintet, ensemble by same name.  Crystal Records, Inc., CD 563, Washington.

Overture for Orchestra for Full Orchestra:  1990 TMEA/Baylor Men’s Chorus/Symphony Orchestra, Baylor University Symphony Orchestra, Marvin Lamb, cond. Mark Educational Records, MCD 703A, Buffalo, New York.

J.B. II for Chamber Orchestra:  Paul Freeman Introduces …, Czech National Symphony Orchestra, Paul Freeman, cond. Albany Records U.S., and U.K., TROY 332, Albany, New York.

“Amazin’” for Chorus and Orchestra:  The Governors Schools of Tennessee, Arts, Tennessee Governors School Orchestra and Chorus, David Effron, cond. (non-commercial educational recording).

“Mingus Among Us” for solo double bass & speaker: Insight: New Music for Double Bass, Anthony Stoops, bassist. Albany Records, TROY 1457, Albany New York.

“PABLO/SAUL” for Pierrot Ensemble & One Percussion: Los Angeles New Music Ensemble, Christina Giacona, director. Centaur Records, CRC 3364, Baton Rouge, LA.