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Spray (2001)
3(3=picc).2.2.2-4.3.3.1-Timp-Perc(1)-str
Duration: 7'
Premiere: Cape Anne Symphony Orchestra, Yoichi Udagawa, conductor, June 2, 2001

Strapdance (2000)
2(2=picc).2(2=EH).2.2-4.3.3.1-Timp-Perc(1)-str
Duration: 6'
Premiere: Quincy Symphony Orchestra, Yoichi Udagawa, conductor, May 12, 2000

Melrose Overture (1999)
3(3=picc).2.2.2-4.3.3.1-Timp-Perc(2)-str
Duration: 5'
Premiere: Melrose Symphony Orchestra, March 24, 1999

Concerto for Marimba and Orchestra (1998)
2.2.2.2-4.2.2.1-Timp-Perc(2)-str-marimba solo
Duration: 10'
Premiere: Quincy Symphony Orchestra, Sylvie Zakarian, Marimba, May 24, 1998

Spiritus Mundi (1997)
2.2.2.2-4.2.2.1-Timp-Perc(3)-pno-harp-str
Duration: 4'
Premiere: Melrose Symphony Orchestra, October 1997

Waves (1996)
2.2.2.2-2.1.1.0-Timp-Perc(2)-pno-str
Duration: 4'
Premiere: Marlborough (MA) Symphony Orchestra, Peter Cokkinias, cond., July 10, 1996

The Song of Deborah (1996)
1.1.1.1-2.2.1.0-timp-perc(2)-str-soprano solo
Text: Judges 5:1-31 (KJV)
Duration: 22'
Premier: Boston Conservatory Chamber Orchestra, Scott Ethier, cond., May 1996

Three Songs of Thomas Campion (orch. 1996)
3(3=picc).2.2.3(3=Bcl)-4.2.0.0-harp-str-soprano solo
Text: Thomas Campion
Duration: 10'
Reading: Boston Conservatory Orchestra, Ronald Feldman, cond., March 1996

| Chamber |

Streets (1998)
Duration: 10'
Flute, Clarinet, Trombone, Violin, Cello
Reading: Music Today, David Del Tredici, cond., November 1998

Extreme (1998)
Duration: 6'
Violin, Piano
Premiere: Dancers at Work (NYC), November-December 1998
Scott Ethier- piano, Susan Shumway -violin

Three Dances (1996)
Duration: 5'
Violin, Piano
Premiere: Seully Hall, Boston, MA, May 1997

Quintet (1995)
duration: 10'
2 Trumpets, Horn, Trombone, Tuba
Premiere: Royal Brass Quintet, Seully Hall, Boston, MA, October 1996

| Vocal |

In My Father's House (1995-6)
Text: John Hodgen
Duration: 15'
Premiere: Angel Aderholt - soprano, Scott Ethier - piano
May 1996

Three Songs of Thomas Campion (1995)
Text: Thomas Campion
Durartion: 10'
Premiere: Deidre Gepp - soprano, Scott Ethier - piano
December 1995