Composition

Here are some things I’ve written. Audio files can be found in the Sound section. Please contact me with any enquiries regarding scores or materials.

 

Solo

 

  • Trucklyhow!  [bodhrán/bones/voice – 4′] – 2010

Text by Séamus Ennis

 

  • Doxology  [castanets/voice – 6′] – 2010

 

  • Penny Dreadful  [bass clarinet – 8′] – 2011

Commissioned by Aviva Endean

 

  • Penny Dreadful II  [voice –  6′] – 2011

 

  • Commingled Recyclables  [alto recorders – 15′] – 2012

Commissioned by Ryan Williams

  •  Work of Friction [percussion – 6′] – 2013

Commissioned by Hugh Tidy

Chamber

 

  • Passacaglia  [variable instrumentation and duration] – 2009

 

  • Contrapunteo  [alto sax, tenor sax, trumpet, elec. guitar, vibes, double bass, drums, percussion – 25′] – 2010

 

  • Murdering Creek Road  [flutes, recorders, bass clarinet (or tenor sax), percussion – 15′] – 2011

Commissioned by Manteia

 

  • Backtrack (a contratiempo)  [elec. guitar, double bass, percussion, tape – 20′] – 2011

 

  • Panto  [2 percussion] – 2012

Commissioned by Nonzero

 

  • Adhockery  [double bass and percussion – 7′] – 2012

Commissioned by James Williams and Zela Papageorgiou

 

  • Amazeballs  [flute, oboe, alto sax, bari sax, ac. guitar, double bass, percussion – 0′ 16″] – 2012

Commissioned by The Generous Ensemble for the John Cage Centennial Vexations Project

  • Scenes from an Unfilmed Western [uilleann pipes, recorders, guitar/banjo/mandolin/sitar – 15′]

Commissioned by Stuart Fisher and Ryan Williams

 

Arrangements

 

  • Round Midnight  (Thelonious Monk) [timpani, violin – 5′] – 2006

 

  • Well You Needn’t  (Thelonious Monk) [vibes/perc  – 2′] – 2007

 

  • Chan Chan  (Compay Segundo) [6 perc, string quartet – 8′] – 2008

 

  • Patricia  (Perez Prado) [marimba/perc – 5′] – 2008

 

  • Nica’s Dream  (Horace Silver) [big band + 3 perc – 8′] – 2008

 

  • Well You Needn’t  (Thelonious Monk) [2 perc – 2′] – 2009

 

Sound Design

 

  • Other Voices  [15′] – 2012

Commissioned by Tricia Smout for The Language of Nature (exhibition at the Brisbane Botanic Gardens)

 

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