Monthly Archives: October 2009

In Praise of Folly

In Praise of Folly was commissioned by a pair of students at Indiana State University; AJ Miller (euphonium) and Brian Loomis (bass trombone). They premiered it in April 2008 with Martha Krasnican on piano. The title (like many of my … Continue reading

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More recent performances

Too long since I’ve updated this category. Let’s see… My saxophone quartet Between Spring and Summer was performed six times in Thailand by the Nomine Saxophone Quartet, a student group here at ISU, in connection with the 16th World Saxophone … Continue reading

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October 2009 update

Busy, busy. But things are getting done. Let’s see… Arrangements. Two of the Gershwin arrangements for Cameron Carpenter & the Carmel Symphony are pretty much done, except for the orchestral parts, which shouldn’t take long. Finished are Fascinating Rhythm and … Continue reading

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