A suite of four minimal piano pieces, in four different moods.
A dance movement for string quartet with irregular rhythms and modal harmonies.
ott. - fl. - ob. - cl. in sib - sax alto - fag. - cor. - tb. - tne. - pno. - flex. (opt.) - 4 vn. - 2 ve. - 2 vc. - cb.
An arrangement of the unfinished Fugue BWV 906 by J. S. Bach.
J. S. Bach's Passacaglia and Fugue in C minor BWV 582
ott. - fl. - ob. - cl. in sib - cl. b. in sib - sax alto - fag. - cor. - tb. - tne. - ar. - pno. - timp. - fru. - tamb. mil. - pt. - tam.llo - xil. - chit. - 4 vn. - 2 ve. - 2 vc. - cb.
An arrangement for large ensemble of the well-known Passacaglia and Fugue in C minor by J. S. Bach.
To Every Thing There Is a Season
4 Brass/Ww. ad lib. - opt. perc. ad lib. - SATB Choir – org.
Text is from Ecclesiastes (Qoelet), a book in Bible about depression and the search of the meaning of life.
It requires a SATB choir and an organ, plus optional four (or a multiple of four) Brass and/or Woodwinds, and optional low Percussions.
L’Âme en Paix
String Orchestra (min 126.96.36.199.1) - Hp. ad lib
A response to François Couperin's piece for harpsichord L'âme en peine.
4 (or 4x) Brass ad lib. - Perc. ad lib.
~ 2'00" / 3'00
A solemn fanfare for four (or a multiple of four) Brass, with optional Percussions.
A Study on Persistence
A though piece for String Orchestra, that gives the players a wide freedom about techniques, but requires preseverance and concentration.
The Heiligenstadt Testament
Piano (or any N of Keyboards)
A thought about Beethoven's Heiligenstadt Testament, the (supposedly) suicide note he never sent to his brothers.
A piece totally free in instrumentation, althought it gives the best results with more instruments.
How Are the Mighty Fallen!
Male Chanter - Choir TTBB - Harp
A set of the complaint of David on the death of Saul and Jonathan.
Berceuse in 20 Measures
A small minimalistic piece about obsession, repetition and grief.
4 free Instruments
A sonatina in three movements for four identical instruments, with freedom of choosing them (as long as they can read a treble score).
A piece for dampened piano about repetition and obsession, challenging both the player and the listeners.