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SCORES
 

All of these scores are an open invitation to respond or to not respond however you would like.


They are freely available, though entirely optional nominal payment via the "donate" button (paypal) or small regular donation via Patreon is appreciated, and helps me keep making these things. Alternatively, consider donating to Medical Aid for Palestinians or Youth Music.

Please get in touch if you're interested in playing anything (or have any questions)—you don't need my permission or input in order to play my music, but I'd be glad to know.
 

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Tending

Flexible duration, flexible instrumentation (large update coming soon)

For eight strings and tines, or, "eddy"

Twenty minutes, four violins, two violas, two cellos, eight or more attack/free decay instruments, 2023

Trio:

after an étude by Hélène de Montgeroult, composer*

*Étude no. 28: Pour jouer un chant qui porte son accompagnement de la même main (1820)

Piano, bass clarinet and cello, at least eight minutes, 2023

Composed for Terra Invisus, trio

Piano Study 8: for Kate Ledger

30 mins approx., Piano and smartphones (or similar), 2023

Composed for Kate Ledger, pianist

Cradle Piece

For at least two players, flexible duration, 2022

One Guitar

Solo electric guitar with effects, approx 12 minutes, 2022

[untitled guitar piece]

(there's no score for [untitled guitar piece], just some notes here so that somebody could play it if they wanted to)

For Percussion

Solo percussion, 2022, three pieces:

1. Having only seen the score for James Tenney's Having Never Written a Note for Percussion whilst having never seen the score for Alvin Lucier's Silver Streetcar for the Orchestra

2. Having now seen the score for Alvin Lucier's Silver Streetcar for the Orchestra (which I had already heard) whilst having still only seen the score for James Tenney's Having Never Written a Note for Percussion

3. Having at last heard James Tenney's Having Never Written a Note for Percussion (which I had already read) and also seen the score for Alvin Lucier's Silver Streetcar for the Orchestra (which I had already heard)

Piano Study 7, or, the logical extension of both Piano Study 1 and Piano Study 6

Solo piano, 2022

Nomond, or, no more Lomond

Flexible instrumentation, flexible duration, 2022

Two Guitars

Electric guitar duo with effects, 25 minutes, 2022

Towmond

Flexible instrumentation or guitar with effects, flexible duration, 2022

Flute Study 1

Flute, one breath, 2022

Composed for Kathryn Williams's coming up for air

They don't write 'em like they used to

Physical theatre/clowning, flexible duration, 2021

Piano and Accompaniment

after an étude by Camille Saint-Saëns, composer*

*Six Études, Op. 52: no. 2 pour l'indepéndence des doigts (1877)

Piano and flexiple mid-range ensemble with bass, 17 minutes, with optional prelude and/or postlude, 2021

Tinnitus Piece

Flexible/no instrumentation, 2021
 

The Big Stokowski

Four short theatrical sketches, three performers, 2021

Laugh Piece

For two people or any multiple of two people, flexible duration, 2021

Berceuse

Flexible instrumentation, flexible duration, 2021

Dialogue 1

Flexible instrumentation (probably solo), flexible duration, 2021
 

Leaf Piece: for Fernando Yada Rodrigues

Piano, flexible duration, 2020 (revised 2021, formerly Two Lines for . . .)

Seven Lines: for Sarah Hetrick

Alto saxophone, flexible duration, 2021

Composed for Sarah Hetrick as score for audio component of Phonic Cycles, collaboration with Sarah Hetrick and Virginia Lee Montgomery

The Hollies, for example

Voice(s), flexible duration, 2020 (second page added 2020, third added 2021)

Piano Studies 1-6

Piano, spring 2021

Six Lines: for Clare Spollen

Piano, flexible duration, 2019 (revised 2021)

Ten Lines: for Khabat Abas

Cello or cello-like objects, flexible duration, 2021

Berceuse which continues for an organist

Organ, 6–8 hours 2020

Four Lines: for Alicja Pilarczyk

Solo violin, 11 minutes approx., 2020 (revising)

Lomond

Flexible instrumentation, flexible duration, 2020

But light now appearing,

Keyboard instrument(s), flexible duration, 2020

Seven Lines: for the Ligeti Quartet

String quartet, flexible duration, 2020 (revised 2020)

Catrographies I-IV

Flexible instrumentation, flexible duration, 2018 (revised 2019)

(abandoned - reflective talk on these pieces and notation as map-making here)

Deer Isle I, II & III

Keyboard instrument, flexible duration, 2018 (revised 2020)

Hummingbirds

Flexible instrumentation, flexible duration, 2019 (revised 2020)

Somewhere on a Sundial

Practice of flexible duration, 2020

Turn ___ at the ________

Text score for those stuck indoors, 2020

(featured in Claudia Molitor's Hausmusik Kollektiv project, published by HCMF)

The Jurassic Coast in the Off-Season

Flexible instrumentation, flexible duration, 2019

Sheepdogs

Flexible instrumentation, flexible duration, 2019

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