A suite of four minimal piano pieces, in four different moods.
A dance movement for string quartet with irregular rhythms and modal harmonies.
An arrangement of the unfinished Fugue BWV 906 by J. S. Bach.
An arrangement for large ensemble of the well-known Passacaglia and Fugue in C minor by J. S. Bach.
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.
A response to François Couperin's piece for harpsichord L'âme en peine.
A solemn fanfare for four (or a multiple of four) Brass, with optional Percussions.
A though piece for String Orchestra, that gives the players a wide freedom about techniques, but requires preseverance and concentration.
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.
A set of the complaint of David on the death of Saul and Jonathan.
A small minimalistic piece about obsession, repetition and grief.
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.