Audio

Meadowlark, movement 1

Performed by Ian David Rosenbaum, marimba. Purchase the complete work (and Ian's terrific new album) here.

(Photo of Ian by Matt Fried)

Scel lem duib

Live performance by the chamber chorus of the Yale Camerata and harpist Kristan Toczko, conducted by Marguerite Brooks.

Commissioned by the Yale Institute of Sacred Music's Robert Baker Fund for Commissioning New Music.

Download Score from ECS Publishing

(Camerata photo courtesy of Robert Lisak)

Something to Say

Performed by Shawn Mativetsky, tabla

Programme Note and Score.

(Photo of Shawn by Caroline Tabah)

La Folia

Performed by Katelyn Clark, harpsichord

Programme note and score

Commissioned by Katelyn Clark with assistance from the Canada Council for the Arts

Three Songs on Poems by Lorri Neilsen Glenn

Performed by Magali Simard-Galdès, soprano and Olivier Hébert-Bouchard, piano.

You can purchase their lovely, polished recording of this piece here. (photo by Andrée Lanthier)

As Rain Hollows Stone (excerpts)

Performed by the Wanmu Percussion Trio: Ian Rosenbaum, Yun-Chu Chiu, and John Corkill

Programme note and score (Photo of Wanmu by Nick Thigpen)

Weaving, from Spinning and Weaving

Performed by Duo Novus, harps

(Photo of Duo Novus by Hannah Belvedere Photography)

Le Revenant

Performed by Stacie Dunlop, soprano and Krista Vincent, piano

Download score or view text and translation (Photo of Stacie and Krista by Ashley Marie Pike)

Selections from The Seven Last Words from the Cross

Meditation and Prayer

My God, My God, why hast thou forsaken me? (excerpt)

Performed by the Yale Camerata, Marguerite Brooks, conductor. Arianne Abela, Kathy Kew Lee, Colin Britt and Tian Hui Ng, soloists

Download Score (Camerata photo courtesy of Robert Lisak)

Suzanne un jour (excerpt)

Performed by Katelyn Clark, harpsichord

Audio samples used in this work were recorded by Josh Tidsbury at the Banff Centre for the Arts, where an early draft of the piece was written

Programme note and score

O Inexpressible Mystery

The Yale University Chapel Choir and Amina Tebini, viola, conducted by Miles Canaday

Programme note and score