DISCOGRAPHY:

The Janus ReMixes
A full-length CD of computer music. St. Paul: The American Composers Forum/ Innova Records CD532, 1999.

Selections:

  • Narcissus ReMix
  • Mt. Moriah ReMix
  • Dead White Males ReMix
  • Triple ReMix
  • Anesthesia ReMix
  • Elegy ReMix
  • Sargasso ReMix
  • Scipio ReMix
  • Tlön ReMix
  • Chameleon ReMix
  • Janus ReMix
Sonic Circuits VII
A CD of selections from the international festival of electroacoustic music; Innova CD116. St. Paul: The American Composers Forum/ Innova Records, 1999.

Selection:

  • Dead White Males ReMix
Mousetrap Music
A full-length CD of sound-sculpture improvisations; Innova CD511. St. Paul: The American Composers Forum/Innova Records, 1996.

Selections:

  • Salmagundi
  • Scrape: Threaded Rods
  • Bow: Tam Trees
  • 3 Ictus
  • Strike: 3/2+5:2 Groove
  • Pluck: Koto
  • 16 Things
  • Stroke: Nails
  • Strike: Dulcimer Groove
  • S-tog (S-tog is an excerpt from a live, 90-minute performance with the Merce Cunningham Dance Company on February 20, 1993.)

The Applebaum Jazz Piano Duo:

The Apple Doesn't Fall Far from the Tree
A full-length CD of jazz standards and original compositions for two pianos performed by Mark Applebaum and Bob Applebaum ; Innova CD565. St. Paul: The American Composers Forum/Innova Records, 2002. Circle Surround encoded for 5-channel reproduction (stereo compatible).

Selections:

  • Footprints
  • Beautiful Love
  • Buffalo Wings
  • Stella by Starlight
  • Caravan
  • Tornado Food
  • 8 Years
  • Funkallero
  • Titled
  • Softly as in a Morning Sunrise
  • All Blues
  • There Is No Greater Love

Society of Composers, Inc.—Cornucopia
Entre Funérailles IV performed by virtuoso flutist Helen Bledsoe on this Society of Composers, Inc. collection: "Cornucopia" (Capstone Records CPS-8725, 2003).

Selection:

  • Entre Funérailles IV

Mark Applebaum: Intellectual Property
A full-length CD of new works for electronic and acoustic instruments on Innova featuring performances by Steven Schick, Ivan Manzanilla, Paul Dresher, Jane Rigler, Chris Chafe, Ryan Francesconi, Terry Longshore, and Mark Applebaum; Innova CD602. St. Paul: The American Composers Forum/Innova Records, 2003.

"Mark Applebaum excels at reconciling apparent opposites. He's a rebel—easily the longest-haired professor at Stanford—and a highly-respected pedagogue. He creates electroacoustic sound sculptures from mundane pieces of junk—nuts, bolts, wire, springs, and the like—then proceeds to coax sublimely surreal sounds from them. Most importantly, Applebaum performs a breathtaking balancing act between the profound appreciation for sound and soundmaking that informs his compositions and the wit that gives them a particularly Applebaumian luster.

"Applebaum is every bit as rich in range as he is in attributes. Intellectual Property's title track displays his command of pianistic elements (the man plays a wicked jazz piano), both composed and improvised, using a specially modified Yamaha Disklavier, while Pre-Composition utilizes only human voice to create an internal dialogue that will be all-too-familiar to anyone with writer’s block. Other compositions (including Mouseketier Praxis, which showcases Applebaum's command of the mighty Mouseketier, one of his most powerful electroacoustic sculptures) explore the interface between electronic and acoustic sound sources in a thoroughly kaleidoscopic manner. The all-star line-up includes Steven Schick and the Paul Dresher Ensemble. In the world of Intellectual Property, anything that vibrates is fair game. And when Applebaum plays, he plays to win."

Selections Include:

  • Intellectual Property I
  • Plundergraphic
  • Ferneyhough ReMix
  • Mouseketier Praxis
  • Scipio Wakes Up
  • Pre-Composition

Mark Applebaum: Catfish
A full-length CD of chamber works on Tzadik featuring performances by Shannon Wettstein, Helen Bledsoe, Steven Schick, Ivan Manzanilla, Paul Dresher, Thomas Rosenkranz, Terry Longshore, Brett Reed, Aiyun Huang, Christopher Jones, Ann Yi, Harvey Sollberger, Mark Applebaum, and others.

John Zorn writes:

"A former student of Brian Ferneyhough, Mark Applebaum straddles the two worlds of modern classical complexity and improvisational insanity. As one would expect, this first CD devoted to his work is an eclectic compendium of homemade electro-percussion, orchestral fireworks, virtuoso solo pieces and cartoon cut-ups. Intense, but always with a sick Californian sense of humor, Catfish is a vexing and delightful listening experience."

Selections Include:

  • Ferneyhough ReMix
  • Janus
  • Omnibus Etude
  • Entre Funérailles IV
  • Licensed to Fail
  • Meditation
  • Catfish
  • Discipline V—From Saturn to Alabama: Travels in Outer Space
  • Snagglepuss ReMix
Oni Buchanan: Solo Piano
Works by Bach, Bartok, Prokofiev, & Applebaum. Velvet Ear Records, 2004.

Selection:

  • Omnibus Etude

Digital Cutup Lounge: Network Effects
Live performances in Hong Kong with Digital Cutup Lounge as well as DCL remixes of "The Janus ReMixes". Gogo Records GOGODCL-002-0302, 2002.

Selections:

  • Intro Chill
  • Tlön ReMix
  • Triple ReMix
  • Everblue
Pre-Composition for 8-channel tape—here in its stereo mix—is included on the SEAMUS Music Series, Volume 13. EAM-2004.

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Mark Applebaum: Martian Anthropology
A CD of 3 orchestral works and 1 choral work featuring the Stanford University Symphony Orchestra, the UCSD Singers, conductors Jindong Cai, Karla Lemon, & Ann Krinitsky, and pianist Aleck Karis; Innova CD617. St. Paul: The American Composers Forum/Innova Records, 2004.

Selections Include:

  • Martian Anthropology 1•2•3
  • Skumfiduser! (for orchestra + tape)
  • Dead White Males
  • Triple Concerto

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Mark Applebaum: Disciplines
A CD of acoustic solo works featuring Shannon Wettstein, Eric Bartlett, Steven Schick, Griffin Campbell, Scott Paulson, & Terry Longshore; Innova CD628. St. Paul: The American Composers Forum/Innova Records, 2004.

Selections Include:

  • Sargasso (83+) (cello)
  • Narcissus (marimba)
  • Elegy (piano)
  • Elegy (carillon)
  • Neo-Tribes (alto saxophone)
  • Entre Funérailles II (vibraphone)
  • Disciplines I-V (piano)

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Mark Applebaum: 56 1/2 ft.
A CD of chamber works featuring the St. Lawrence String Quartet, the Stanford Jazz Orcehstra, and inauthentica conducted by Mark Menzies; Innova Records CD646. St. Paul: The American Composers Forum/Innova Records, 2005.

Selections Include:

  • 20 (string quartet)
  • Agitprop (concerto for mouseketier & big band)
  • Sum=Parts cycle:
    • 56 1/2 ft. (chamber orchestra)
    • Authenticity (trumpet)
    • Integrity (2 percussion & piano)
    • Depth (trombone & contrabass)
    • Merit (wind quintet)
    • Seriousness (string trio)
    • 56 1/2 ft. (reprise; chamber orchestra)

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Mark Applebaum: The Bible Without God
A double-CD of exciting live Mouseketier sound-sculpture performances with live electronics; Innova Records CD649, 2005.

CD1 Selections Include:

  • The Bible without God (music for a 2005 collboration with the Merce Cunningham Dance Company)
  • Garden of Memory (2004)
  • The Essl Museum (2002)

CD2 Selections Include:

  • Wired Gardens (2003)
  • The Mind Altering Concert (2005)

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Mark Applebaum: Asylum
A CD of chamber works. Performances by Ensemble XX. Jahrhundert (at the Vienna Modern Festival 2004), Belgian ensemble Champ D'Action, the Harmida Piano Trio, Skin & Bones percussion duo, and guitar virtuoso Magnus Andersson. Innova Records CD666, 2006.

Selections Include:

  • The Blue Cloak (mouseketier solo with sextet)
  • DNA (guitar)
  • Landscape (violin, cello, piano)
  • Go Dog, Go! (2 percussion)
  • Asylum (percussion solo and nonet)

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An audio DVD of multi-channel pieces. Works by 13 composers commissioned by the Third Practice Festival. Everglade Records EVG06-01, 2006.

Selection:

  • Variations on Variations on a Theme by Mozart

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Sock Monkey
A CD of chamber and orchestral works. Performances by the Meridian Arts Ensemble, duo runedako, the Paul Dresher Ensemble, sfSound, the Stanford Symphony Orchestra, Beta Collide, and others. Innova Records CD706, 2008.

Selections Include:

  • Sock Monkey (orchestra)
  • Magnetic North (brass quintet, percussion, and mouseketier solo)
  • The Composer's Middle Period (sextet)
  • Variations on Variations on a Theme by Mozart (stereo version of a multi-channel work)
  • Martian Anthropology 7•8•9 (sextet of violin, bass clarinet, keyboards, electronic percussion)
  • Entre Funérailles I (trumpet)
  • Theme in Search of Variations (percussion trio)
  • Theme in Search of Variations II (quintet)
  • Theme in Search of Variations III (quartet)
  • On the Nature of the Modern Age (piano duo with electronics)

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The Metaphysics of Notation
A DVD documentary film on the project by Robert Arnold, a mix of one-minute excerpts from each of the 45 performances in 5.1 DTS surround sound, and scrolling and still versions of the 70-foot pictographic score. Innova Records CD787, 2010.

Selections Include:

  • There's No Sound in My Head (documentary)
  • Metaphysics Mix (45 performance extracts)
  • Metaphysics Score (scrolling 8:00)
  • Metaphysics Score (scrolling 16:00)
  • Metaphysics Stills (48 images; high resolution images can be viewed on a computer)

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30
A CD of interlocking works for percussion solo, percussion quartet, and percussion septet. Performances by the Southern Oregon University Percussion Ensemble, Terry Longshore, director. Innova Records CD928, 2015.

Selections Include:

  • 30 (12 players)
  • The First Decade (solo)
  • The Second Decade (quartet)
  • The Third Decade (septet)
  • The First & Second Decades (solo+quartet)
  • The First & Third Decades (solo+septet)
  • The Second & Third Decade (quartet+septet)

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Mini MIDI Mixtape
A floppy disk of MIDI compositions by eight composers. Parlour Tapes+, 2015.

Selection:

  • Omnibus Etude

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Escapement
Duo Runodako: a DVD of works for piano and live electronics. Everglade Records, 2008.

Selection:

  • On the Nature of the Modern Age (5.1 audio version)

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This Place/Our Body vol. 1 & 2
A vinyl double record of percussion works, featuring Morris Palter. Blue Leaf Records, MSP 23, 2013.

Selection:

  • Catfish

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Reciprocity
A CD of solo guitar performances by Nico Couck. ChampD'ActionRecordings3, 2013.

Selection:

  • DNA

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Vanish
A CD of percussion works performed by Smoke & Mirrors Percussion Ensemble. Yarlung Records 15195, 2013.

Selection:

  • Catfish

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Inflourescence: Music from soundScape
A performance by Aiyun Huang & Thomas Rosenkranz for grand piano and two players.

Selection:

  • Curb Weight Surgical Field

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The Vocal Constructivists
A CD of ensemble vocal performances. Innova Records CD898, 2014.

Selection:

  • Medium

LIST OF WORKS:
(click on underlined titles to view an excerpt from the score)

Orchestral
  • Dead White Males (18’) 2 flutes (1 doubling piccolo), 2 oboes, 2 clarinets, bass clarinet, 2 bassoons, 4 horns, 4 trumpets, 3 trombones, tuba, 3 percussionists, piano, harp, strings
  • Lament (4’) string orchestra
  • Skumfiduser! (10') 2 flutes, 2 oboes, 2 clarinets, bass clarinet, 2 bassoons, 4 horns, 3 trumpets, 3 trombones, tuba, 4 percussionists, strings, two-channel electronic tape
  • Martian Anthropology 1•2•3 (12’) piccolo, 2 flutes, 2 oboes, english horn, Eb clarinet, 2 Bb clarinets, bass clarinet, 2 bassoons, contrabassoon, 4 horns, 3 trumpets, 3 trombones, tuba, timpani, 7 percussionists, piano (doubling celesta), 2 harps, strings, sound-sculpture soloist
  • Sock Monkey (10’) piccolo, 2 flutes, 2 oboes, 2 clarinets, bass clarinet, bassoon, contrabassoon, 4 horns, 3 trumpets, 3 trombones, tuba, 4 percussionists, piano, 2 harps, strings
  • Concerto for Florist and Orchestra (17’) performance florist and large orchestra: piccolo, 2 flutes, alto flute, 2 oboes, english horn, Eb clarenet, 3 Bb clarinets, bass clarinet, 2 bassoons, contrabassoon, 4 horns, 2 trumpets in C, trumpet in Bb, 2 trombones, 2 bass trombones, tuba, 6 percussionists, celesta, piano, 2 harps, strings
Choral & Opera
  • Triple Concerto (14’) SSAATTBB, piano, percussion, and contrabass soloists, contertante of 2 percussionists, guitar, and harp
  • Martian Anthropology 4•5•6 (15') Opera Scene for SATB, 4 dancers, 4 actors, 2 violins, viola, cello, contrabass, percussion, electric guitar, midi robot orchestra of the Logos Foundation (Gent, Blegium)
  • Wristwatch: Alien Argot choir—any number of voices (4 or more)
Symphonic Wind Ensemble & Jazz Orchestra
  • Ambitus (6’) tuba and piccolo soloists, flutes 1 & 2, oboe, Eb clarinet, Bb clarinets 1, 2, & 3, bass clarinet, bassoon, alto saxophone 1 & 2, tenor saxophone, baritone saxophone, trumpets 1, 2, & 3, horns 1, 2, 3, & 4, trombones 1 & 2, bass trombone, euphonium, percussion 1, 2, & 3
  • Agitprop (16’) concerto for sound-sculpture and jazz orchestra (5 saxophones—2 altos, 2 tenors, baritone—4 Bb trumpets, 4 trombones, piano, guitar, bass, drums, percussion/vibes)
Chamber
  • Sum = Parts (28’) A seven-work cycle for chamber orchestra:
    • 56 1/2 ft. (4’) chamber orchestra
    • Authenticity (2’) trumpet
    • Integrity (6’) 2 percussion and piano
    • Depth (4’) trombone, contrabass
    • Merit (3’) wind quintet
    • Seriousness (5’) string trio
    • 56 1/2 ft. (reprise) (4’) chamber orchestra
  • 56 1/2 ft. (4’) flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, horn, trumpet, trombone, 2 percussion, piano, violin, viola, cello, contrabass
  • Janus (14’) flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, horn, 2 violins, viola, cello, contrabass
  • Nepotism (9’) 4 percussionists, violin, viola, cello, contrabass
  • Catfish (6’) percussion ensemble (trio, sextet, etc.; written as a trio, its three parts can be doubled, tripled, etc.)
  • Scipio Wakes Up and Smells the Coffee (12’) six players performing on violin, bassoon, two electronic keyboards, electronic drumset, electronic marimba, six electro-acoustic sound-sculptures
  • Martian Anthropology 7•8•9 (12’) for the Paul Dresher Ensemble—six players performing on violin, bass clarinet, two electronic keyboards, electronic drumset, electronic marimba
  • Merit (3’) wind quintet
  • Attention Span (8’) string trio interrupted by television-watcher accompanied by piano
  • "That Ain’t No Jello Mold" (8’) piano, contrabass, and ten persons reciting texts
  • Asylum (20’) percussion soloist, flute, clarinet, horn, trombone, guitar, violin, viola, cello, contrabass
  • The Blue Cloak (22’) soloist with live electronics, flute, clarinet, cello, percussion, piano, dedicated piano interior player
  • Magnetic North (14’) soloist with live electronics plus brass quintet and optional percussion
  • Identity Destruction Sport (4’) percussion, electric guitar, 2 violins, viola, cello, contrabass
  • Accretion/Deletion (4’) 2 violins, viola, cello, contrabass
  • Wristwatch: Geology three or more performers tapping two stones, optional instrumental or vocal soloist
  • Wristwatch: Meridian players, performing in canon, respond to glyphs appearing on the face of custom wristwatches (when passed by the second hand)
  • Wristwatch: Rabbit Hole players, performing in canon, respond to glyphs appearing on the face of custom wristwatches (when passed by the second hand)
  • Wristwatch: Speed Dating players, performing in canon, respond to glyphs appearing on the face of custom wristwatches (when passed by the second hand)
  • Wristwatch: Control Freak players, performing in canon, respond to glyphs appearing on the face of custom wristwatches (when passed by the second hand)
  • 48 Objects (2’) 16 players, each with 3 objects
  • Sixteen (3’) 16 players
  • Mobile for Paper (1’) performers with one or more pieces of paper
  • The Composer's Middle Period (3’) oboe, bass clarinet, trumpet, trombone, violin, cello
  • Theme in Search of Variations II (4’) bass clarinet (doubling clarinet), percussion, piano, violin, cello
  • Straitjacket (14’) solo percussion and percussion quartet
  • Coat Room (1’) octet (performable as one or more simultaneous duos): violin duo, clarinet duo, tuba duo, accordion duo
  • Rabbit Hole (15’) flute, trumpet, violin, viola, cello, 3 percussion
  • 30 (10’) percussion ensemble of 12 players (divided into three simultaneous pieces: solo, quartet, and septet)
  • The Third Decade (10’) percussion septet
  • Clicktrack (14’) twelve (amateur or professional) percussionists responding to individual clicktracks
  • Speed Dating (14’) flute, clarinet, trombone, percussion, piano, violin, cello, and contrabass
  • Control Freak (10’) singer, oboe, clarinet, piano, violin, viola, cello, and contrabass
  • Control Freak 2 (in progress; 10’) singer, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, trumpet, piano, percussion, violin, and cello
Quartet
  • The Second Decade (10’) percussion quartet
  • Medium (~15’) pictographic score for any four players
  • Theme in Search of Variations III (4’) flute (doubling alto & piccolo), trumpet, piano, percussion
  • column facing on 3 behind lintel (17’) 2 percussionists, piano, bass clarinet; players recite texts
  • Mt. Moriah (30’) string quartet
  • 20 (24’) string quartet
  • 1:00 (1’) string quartet
  • Darmstadt Kindergarten (5’) string quartet
  • Hymn (2’) saxophone quartet (SATB)
Trio
  • Seriousness (5’) string trio
  • Integrity (6’) 2 percussion and piano
  • Tlön (6’) 3 conductors and no players
  • Meditation (6’) piano six hands
  • 7 one-minute canons (7’) flute, vibraphone, cello
  • Jetsam (15’) violin, cello, piano
  • Landscape (6’) violin, cello, piano
  • Theme in Search of Variations (3’) percussion trio
  • Catfish (6’) percussion trio; see "Chamber"
Duo
  • Go, Dog. Go! (15’) two percussionists
  • Gone, Dog. Gone! (9’) two percussionists
  • Ferneyhough ReMix (Affection Aphorism 1) (2’) 2 percussionists & 2-channel tape
  • Sticks and Stones (8’) piano, bass clarinet
  • On the Nature of the Modern Age (12’) piano duo & live electronics
  • Unholy & Surreal (6’) two pianos
  • Depth (4’) trombone, contrabass
  • Speed Date (4’) violin, cello
  • Curb Weight Surgical Field (5’) duo for grand piano and two players
  • Coat Room (1’) octet (performable as one or more simultaneous duos): violin duo, clarinet duo, tuba duo, accordion duo
Solo
  • Neo-Tribes (6’) alto saxophone
  • The Plate of Transition Nourishes the Chameleon Appetite (4’-6’) violin
  • Anesthesia (+83) (4') viola
  • Sargasso (83+) (4')cello
  • Narcissus:Strata/Panacea (10’) marimba
  • Authenticity (2’) trumpet
  • Entre Funérailles I (2') trumpet
  • Entre Funérailles II (6’) vibraphone
  • Entre Funérailles IV (5’) flute
  • Cadenza (6’) piano (with 6 notes prepared)
  • Disciplines (28’) piano
  • Discipline V: From Saturn to Alabama: Travels in Outer Space (6') piano
  • Penumbra (22’) piano
  • Omnibus Etude (3’) piano
  • Elegy (6’) carillon or piano
  • DNA (7’) guitar
  • Pause (2’) piano
  • Aphasia (9’) vocalist or actor (performing sign language) with tape
  • The First Decade (10’) amplified percussion
  • Composition Machine #1 (10’) percussion
Electronic & Electroacoustic
  • Zero-One (7’) mousetrap, an electroacoustic sound-sculpture
  • Scipio Wakes Up and Smells the Coffee (12’) six players performing on violin, bassoon, two electronic keyboards, electronic drumset, electronic marimba, six electroacoustic sound-sculptures (cross-listed above in "chamber")
  • Ferneyhough ReMix (Affection Aphorism 1) (2’) two percussionists & 2-channel tape
  • Echolalia (4’) 22 amplified Dadaist rituals, electronically transformed and diffused by a second performer
  • Plundergraphic (5’) for 1 or more acoustic instruments with live electronics, 8-channel tape, and live sound diffusion
  • Glass Bead Game (4’) for the LOGOS Foundation (Gent, Belgium) robot orchestra: piperola, ake, pianola, vibi, tubi, klung, troms, thunderwood, springers, and drippers
  • Mousetrap Music (69’) a CD of electroacoustic sound-sculpture improvisations
  • The Janus ReMixes (61’) a CD of digital remixes of original acoustic works
  • Snagglepuss ReMix (3’) a remix of John Zorn's/Naked City's "Snagglepuss"; for 2-channel electronic playback
  • Mouseketier Praxis (24') four mouseketier (electroacoustic sound-sculpture) improvisations with live electronics
  • Licensed to Fail (5’) for two sound-sculptures; with Paul Dresher (quadrachord)
  • Aphoristic Fragment (1’) for 2-channel electronic playback
  • Feldhausen (5’) for 2-channel electronic playback
  • Suicides (1956, 1970) (3’) for 2-channel electronic playback
  • Variations on Variations on a Theme by Mozart (6’) for 4-channel electronic playback
  • Three Unlikely Corporate Sponsorships (16’) sound poetry for 4-channel electronic playback in three movements: I. Nestlé; II. General Motors; III. Halliburton.
  • Pre-Composition (12’) for 8-channel electronic playback
  • Skeletons in the Closet (variable duration) for 8-channel sound
  • Catastrophe (4’) for 2-channel electronic playback
  • Sandman (5’) for 2-channel electronic playback
  • That Brainwave Chick a collaboration with Paras Kaul involving the transformation of neural activity into sound in live performance
Improvisation Works
  • The Metaphysics of Notation a gallery/museum installation of 12 leaves of pictographs (totaling 70 horzinontal feet) and 2 hanging mobiles, for any number of players
  • 40 Cryptograms pictographic score
  • The Bible without God (34’) Dance score for 16 players plus electro-acoustic sound-sculpture soloist with live electronics
  • S-tog for any number of players
  • Concerto for Florist & Ensemble for performance florist with 2 percussion, piano (doubling sound-sculpture with live electronics), cello (doubling electric celleto & contrabass), clarinet (doubling bass clarinet), guitar (doubling electric guitar, electric bass, and live electronics), and quadrachord sound-sculpture with live electronics (doubling electric guitar)
  • 5:3 for 8 cracklebox players and 2 dice rollers
  • Circulation a process piece for any number of players
  • Intellectual Property I (8’) for disklavier and pianist
  • Quadrivium B: Home Economics, Acting, Sexual Education, Wood Shop for piano
  • "Dr. Applebaum, why don’t you use your powers for good and not for evil? They laughed at me at the university, ellipses." for piano
  • H.L.T.R.? (How long ’til the reception) for piano and video
  • 9 Lives for jazz rhythm trio plus optional soloist(s)
  • 58'20" for piano, viola, contrabass, and trombone
Jazz Tunes
  • Andy
  • Blues Out, Blues In
  • Buffalo Wings (+ big band arrangement by Wayne Wallace)
  • Carolyn
  • 8 Years
  • 50
  • Fragment for Mark
  • Garden of Eden
  • Hymn
  • I Miss You Already
  • Jamie & Sylvie
  • Joanie
  • John Cage Lunchbox
  • Joji
  • Melancholy
  • 9 Lives
  • Quasi-Semi-Pseudo-Crypto
  • Rosalie
  • Serendipity
  • Syrup
  • Those Hearts
  • Titled
  • Tornado Food (+ big band arrangement by Rick Walsh)
  • Uncle Bert
  • You’re So Great