"My choral composition 'Quem Pastores Laudavere' was sung at the Vatican during Midnight Mass, Christmas Eve 2016. What a tremendous honor and Christmas present."

ORCHESTRAL / CHORAL
A Certain Slant of Light (string orchestra, mixed chorus)

Five Prayers (orchestra, men's chorus, baritone solo)

Carol Symphony (orchestra, mezzo-soprano solo, mixed chorus) *
The blasts of chill December (orchestra, mixed chorus) *
Petrarch Dances (orchestra, mixed chorus) *
One Hour to Madness and Joy  (orchestra, soprano and bartone soli, mixed chorus) *


CHAMBER MUSIC
Piano Quartet
String Quartet No. 1
String  Quartet in Five Movements

CHORAL
Quem pastore laudavere (mixed chorus) *
Harpsonnets (mixed chorus, harp) *
The blasts of chill December  (mixed chorus, piano) *
Wexford Carol (mixed chorus, mezzo-soprano solo, organ) *
The Saints of God (mixed chorus, organ) *
O Lux beata trinitas (mixed chorus)
Dialogue: Angel of Peace, Angel of  War (mixed chorus, soprano solo, organ)
The evening service  (chorus SSATTB)
Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis (mixed chorus, organ)
Whispers of Heavenly Death (mixed chorus, horn, piano, percussion)
Two Anthems (mixed chorus, organ)
Seven Last Words (mixed chorus, piano)
Psalm 117 (mixed chorus)
Psalm 23 (mixed chorus)
Three Choruses on Walt Whitman (mixed chorus)
Two Impressions (chorus SSAT, whistling solo)

SONG CYCLES
Four Sonnets of Edna St. Vincent Millay (tenor, piano)
Two Songs on Thomas Hardy (mezzo-soprano, piano)

VOCAL ENSEMBLE
in (on) love   (AATTBB sextet)
love, war and politics   (SSATTB sextet)

PIANO
Piano Sonata No. 2

INSTRUMENTAL
Two Prelude-Etudes (vibraphone)
Three Preludes (guitar)
Pastorale (glass harp, piano)

MUSIC THEATRE
Seagull (a music theatre work with book and  lyrics by Richard Lollo)

INCIDENTAL MUSIC
Suite for Edward the King (trumpet, horn, trombone, piano)

ARRANGEMENTS
O Holy Night (Adam) (soprano, men’s chorus, orchestra)
Siete Canciones Popolares (DeFalla) (instrumental trio: violin, clarinet, cello)
 Harold Arlen Medley  (AATTBB vocal sextet)



(* Titles with an asterisk are published by Oxford University Press.)