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Solo Vocal

Alice Tierney

Alice Tierney (2023) 00:11:00
solo soprano, piano

Soprano aria excerpts from the opera Alice Tierney.


Decomposition

Decomposition (2023) 00:04:00
solo soprano, 2 violins

Commissioned by Glass Clouds Ensemble for the Yellow Barn Residency


Eat the Rich

Eat the Rich (2022) 00:04:30
solo soprano, piano

A folk-inspired protest song for soprano and piano


Eat the Rich

Eat the Rich (2022) 00:04:30
solo mezzo-soprano, piano

A folk-inspired protest song for mezzo and piano


Eat the Rich

Eat the Rich (2022) 00:04:30
solo baritone, piano

A folk-inspired protest song for baritone and piano


Black Thunder

Black Thunder (2021) 00:4:00
solo baritone, piano

A setting of Luke Stromberg's poem for solo baritone, violin, cello, and piano, composed for Network for New Music's Poetry Project 2008. Arranged for voice and piano for CodyRay Caho, 2021.


Four Poems of Nikita Gill

Four Poems of Nikita Gill (2020) 00:12:00
solo mezzo-soprano(s), piano

A song cycle for solo mezzo-soprano, and a treble trio


The Bodice Ripper Project

The Bodice Ripper Project (2020) 00:08:00
solo mezzo-soprano, piano

Commissioned by Maren Montalbano for her one-woman show in the 2020 Philadelphia Fringe Festival


Farewell Angelina

Farewell Angelina (2019) 00:04:00
solo voice, viola

An arrangement of the Bob Dylan song, commissioned by soprano Elise Brancheau for a concert benefiting coLAB Arts.


Come My Tan-Faced Children

Come My Tan-Faced Children (2019) 00:05:40
solo mezzo-soprano, string orchestra

Art song commissioned by Lyric Fest for premiere at "Carol of Words - Walt Whitman in Song," arranged for strings for the Brooklyn Metro Chamber Orchestra


Come My Tan-Faced Children

Come My Tan-Faced Children (2019) 00:05:40
solo mezzo-soprano, violin, double bass, piano

Art song commissioned by Lyric Fest for premiere at "Carol of Words - Walt Whitman in Song."


Come My Tan-Faced Children

Come My Tan-Faced Children (2019) 00:05:40
solo mezzo-soprano, piano

Art song commissioned by Lyric Fest for premiere at "Carol of Words - Walt Whitman in Song."


Four Poems of Nikita Gill

Four Poems of Nikita Gill (2018) 00:12:00
solo soprano(s), piano

A song cycle for solo soprano, and a soprano trio


Hervararkvi├░a (The Incantation of Hervor)

Hervararkvi├░a (The Incantation of Hervor) (2016) 00:12:00
solo mezzo soprano, violin, harp

Song cycle for mezzo, violin, and harp, with text based on Icelandic Poetic Edda.


Tesla's Pigeon

Tesla's Pigeon (2013) 18:00
solo soprano, orchestra

2013 orchestral arrangement. Cover art by Robinson Smith. A song cycle for soprano about the elderly scientist and inventor Nikola Tesla and his relationship with a white dove in New York City.


June

June (2012) 8:00
solo voice, looper pedal

Composed for Voice of this Generation and Network for New Music. For solo voice (any range) and looper pedal.


Tesla's Pigeon

Tesla's Pigeon (2010) 18:00
solo soprano, piano

Cover art by Robinson Smith. A song cycle for soprano and piano about the elderly scientist and inventor Nikola Tesla and his relationship with a white dove in New York City.


Three Patriotic Songs

Three Patriotic Songs (2009) 08:00
solo countertenor, 2 flutes (2nd also piccolo), harpsichord

Neo-baroque arrangements of "America," "Stars and Stripes Forever," and "God Bless the USA" for countertenor, flutes, and harpsichord.


a summer more like a song

a summer more like a song (2008) 1:00
solo baritone, piano trio

Song for baritone and piano trio composed for Network for New Music's poetry project.


Handshake: A Scherzo

Handshake: A Scherzo (2008) 06:00
solo soprano, Pierrot ensemble, large percussion

A humorous, raucous homage to the sounds of the Information Age in a setting of the Lorem Ipsum. Pierrot ensemble with large percussion.


Black Thunder

Black Thunder (2008) 06:00
solo baritone, piano trio

Song for baritone and piano trio composed for Network for New Music's poetry project. Selected for Honorable Mention in the ASCAP/Lotte Lehmann Foundation 2009 Art Song Competition.


L'homme Armé

L'homme Armé (2006) 06:00
solo soprano or tenor, Theremin, horn, clarinet, cello, tape

For 5-piece chamber ensemble and tape. A somber reaction to gun culture in the United States composed during the violence of the Iraq War and the shooting at Virginia Tech. Featuring found sound recorded during the conflicts and a metrical canon, with lyrics taken from a medieval call to arms.