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    • Abstraction. 

      Macias, Joshua. (2015-04-17)
      Abstraction is a four-movement piece written for the Wind Ensemble. It begins with only two Baritone Saxophones and gradually adds instruments until the full ensemble is performing. Abstraction is a look at my personal ...
    • "Cycles" for full orchestra and electronics. 

      Steely, Adrienne. 1991- (2016-11-14)
      The piece “Cycles” for full orchestra and electronics takes inspiration from the cycles of the earth. Specifically, the piece describes elastic rebound theory in the first movement, cycles of water in the second movement, ...
    • Ecstatic Utterances explained : a companion to Ecstatic Utterances. 

      Simmons, Jim (James D.) (, 2013-05-15)
      This paper provides technical and philosophical insight into the composition Ecstatic Utterances. Three distinguishing approaches feature in this thesis: strands, and their accompanying theory; harmonic crescendo and ...
    • Lectio divina. 

      Crites, Margaret. (2010-06-23)
      Lectio Divina is a musical exploration of the contemplative prayer and scripture‐reading practice called "Lectio Divina". The work is written for a chamber ensemble: flute, clarinet, violin, cello, piano and percussion. ...
    • !MPACT. 

      Johansen, Ben. (2008-06-10)
      !MPACT is an eighteen-minute percussion concerto for solo percussion, saxophone quartet, brass quartet, and string quartet. The original composition, written by Ben Johansen, was commissioned by Todd Meehan, Director of ...
    • Of fire and rain. 

      Murphy, Joanna. (2006-09-28)
      Of Fire and Rain is an eleven-minute work for full orchestra. Through its musical materials it explores the idea of two contrasting elements, fire and water, as symbols. Conflict, balance, suffering, and healing are among ...
    • Scenes From the City 

      Allen, Seth (2006-12-05)
      Scenes From The City is a one-movement orchestral work approximately ten and a half minutes in duration. The work was inspired by a weekend trip to New York City in January of 2005. It is a programmatic piece, with obvious ...
    • Spark for wind ensemble. 

      Barrett, Jonathan Winter. (2010-06-23)
      Spark for Wind Ensemble is an attempt to compose an accessible and exciting piece of concert music for the wind ensemble that possesses a depth and richness rarely achieved within the medium’s repertoire. The idea of a ...
    • Structure and content in Whiteout. 

      Sakamoto, Dale. (2015-04-15)
      Whiteout creates an atmosphere of unrest and tension through the use of Z-cells, an eight-tone constructed scale and rotating octatonic scales. Combined with a complex collection of related sets, the harmonic language ...
    • The Crack in The Wall 

      Houston, Aaron Albert Lee. 1991- (2016-11-28)
      The Crack in The Wall is a composition constructed to serve as a “concept” work and a response to the recent increase of violent rhetoric in the political and social climate of the United States of America. In an effort ...
    • Voices of the soul. 

      Herryman, Ivette. (, 2013-09-16)
      Voices of the Soul is a composition for orchestra and mezzo-soprano that comprises two movements. It uses texts by the Argentinian writer and poet Alfonsina Storni. Two contrasting ideas are illustrated in the piece, ...