Contemporary Classical Composer


Compositions and Arrangements

Everyone: enjoy listening to the embedded recordings below. Performers: follow the hyperlinks or contact me to purchase sheet music if you are interested in performing any of these pieces.

Solo Instrument

Glenmere for piano, 2010/2019, 4.30

Five Preludes for piano, 2018, 14.30

Three Etudes for cello, 2016, 5.00

Contingency Etudes for piano, 2014, 17.00

Diapason, solo piano album, 2005-2013, 35.00

Fugue on ‘Oh, Happiness’ by the David Crowder Band for piano, 2010, 3.00

Chant for double bass solo, 2010, 8.30


Piano Quartet in G minor, 2020, 9.30

Seismos for violin and piano, 2019, 4.30

Echo for two trombones, 2011, 1.30

Deed of Prowess for saxophone quartet, 2010, 8.00

Compassion for piano and cello, 2006, 8.00

Solo Voice

Song of Songs, a cycle of eight songs for baritone, flute, guitar, & cello, with text from scripture, 2010, 25.00

Mr. President, for baritone & accompaniment, text by George Washington, 2008, 3.30


L’Adonia Ha-Aretz for Mixed Choir, 2009/2014, 5.45

Kyrie for Mixed Choir, 2007, 2.00


Symphony of Creation for Orchestra and Chorus, doctoral dissertation, 2011-2012, 50.00


Missa ad Fugam by Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina, arr. String Orchestra, 2020, 8.00

“Save Me” by BTS, arr. String Quartet, 2018, 3.30

“Hatikvah,” Israeli National Anthem, arr. String Orchestra, 2018, 4.00

The Russian Five Series, featuring Double Bass. Follow hyperlinks to purchase sheet music.

“I Stand in Supreme Power (And Yet I Grieve)” for Double Bass & Piano, orig. bass & orchestra from Boris Godunov, Modest Mussorgsky, 2015, 4’40”

“The Young Prince and the Young Princess” for Double Bass & Piano, orig. mvt. III of Scheherazade for orchestra, Nicolai Rimsky-Korsakov, 2015, 4’40”

“Three Pieces from Kaleidoscope,” for Double Bass and Piano, orig. violin & piano, César Cui, 4’30”

“Au convent” for Double Bass Quartet, orig. solo piano, Alexander Borodin, 2015, 4’30”

“Romanza” for Double Bass & Piano, orig. cello & piano, Miley Balakirev, 2015, 6’30”