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3. Concierto De Milonga (2015)

Concierto De Milonga (2015)

NEWLY UPDATED RECORDING!! The full concerto, performed by Solungga Liu with the IU New Music Ensemble under David Dzubay. 0:00 Intro 1:40 Tango 5:14 Cortina I 7:01 Vals 10:35 Cortina II 13:39 Milonga

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4. Upon Mystic Places (2013)

Upon Mystic Places (2013)

There is a gray thing that lives in the tree-tops None know the horror of its sight Save those who meet death in the wilderness But one is enabled to see To see branches move at its passing To hear at times the wail of black laughter And to come often upon mystic places Places where the thing has just been. --Stephen Crane--

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5. III Bacchanalia

III Bacchanalia

A rough cut of movement III from "Three Dances." Ji-Woon Jung, violin; Fan-Fen Tai, harp. Recording by Walter Everton.

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6. I Salome

I Salome

A rough cut of movement I from "Three Dances." Ji-Woon Jung, violin; Fan-Fen Tai, harp. Recording by Walter Everton.

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7. II Zhinu

II Zhinu

A rough cut of movement II from "Three Dances." Ji-Woon Jung, violin; Fan-Fen Tai, harp. Recording by Walter Everton.

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9. Vals

Vals

From Concierto de Milonga, Solungga Liu, piano solo; BGSU New Music Ensemble, Chris Dietz, conductor

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11. Milonga

Milonga

From Concierto de Milonga, Solungga Liu, piano solo; BGSU New Music Ensemble, Chris Dietz, conductor

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13. Vals For Susann

Vals For Susann

Written for the harp and violin team, BloomingDuo, in honor of the life and work of internationally renowned harpist, Susann McDonald.

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14. Sonatina (2011)

Sonatina (2011)

A short, two-movement (soon to be three, I hope) sonatina meant for young pianists. A little of the beaten track, for me anyway.

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15. Deep Carving (2006)

Deep Carving (2006)

Based on the aesthetics of Northwest Coast First Nations carving. Performed by the Third Coast Percussion Quartet.

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16. Sarabande, from the Red and White Suite for guitar duo (2011)

Sarabande, from the Red and White Suite for guitar duo (2011)

Performed by Maja Radovanlija and Guido Sanchez

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19. Tetrax (2012)

Tetrax (2012)

Performed by the Kenari Saxophone Quartet. The title comes from one of the ephesia grammata, used as early as the 5th century BCE in Greece and continuing into the common era. As such it has no meaning, but was thought to carry great power if inscribed on something and worn about the neck.

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20. Fairytale (rev. 2012)

Fairytale (rev. 2012)

The revised version of Fairytale, performed by the University Orchestra of Indiana University under Manny Laureano. Also, quite a bit of applause at the end… Timothee Berte-Renou plays the cello solo.

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