Sunset at Water Mill Shore, Long Island, N.Y. postcard, ca. 1930.

Chamber Music: Winds

  • The Calling Solo oboe

  • Out of the Blues Bassoon Quartet

  • Third Dance Woodwind Quintet

  • Woodwind Quintet

    2. Remembrances Dorian Wind Quintet
    View Score

  • Super Collider Solo flute

Chamber Music: Brass

  • Brass Vignettes Brass Quintet

  • Second Dance Brass Quintet (with bass, trombone, or tuba)

  • Éclat pour Notre Dame Brass quintet (with bass trombone)

  • Lament Solo horn

  • The Calling Solo trumpet

  • Summer Fanfare: Two trumpets, horn, and trombone

Chamber Music: Mixed

  • Goliard Suite

    1. Are We There Yet? View Score

    2. "I Shall Know Why" (Emily Dickinson)

    3. Sacred Harp

    Yon Joo Lee, violin

    Lawrence Zoernig, cello

    Greg Erickson, trombone

    Arielle Levioff, piano

  • Hymn and Fuguing Tune

    ​Flute (or trombone) and piano
    View Score

  • Hymn and Fuguing Tune

    Flute, harp, and cello​​

  • Summer Wind Flute and piano
    View Score

  • First Dance Piano and marimba
    Recorded on Opus One CD#162
    The Sonorous Landscape

  • Suspensions in Autumn Violin and piano

  • Red Skies at Night
    ​Two pianos tuned a quarter-tone apart and an oboe
    Recorded on Opus One CD#135
    Tone Over Tone

  • Fabliau of Florida Oboe (or clarinet), violin, viola, cello, and piano

  • Quartet for Oboe and String Trio

Orchestral Music

  • Points of Departure Chamber orchestra 1-1-1-1, 2-2-1, marimba/percussion(1), strings

  • Etude Large orchestra 2/picc-2/eh-2-2, 4-2-1-1, vibraphone/percussion(2), harp, strings

Solo Keyboard Music

  • Boats against the Current
    Recorded on Opus One CD#162

    The Sonorous Landscape

  • Perpetual Chant Organ

Crossover Music

  • Out of the Blues Toy piano (available for woodwind quintet or bassoon quartet)

  • Emily Dickinson Then and Now Vocal quartet and chamber orchestra, with harmonica​

  • Two Views of Emily Dickinson SATB and chamber orchestra, with harmonica.

    1. "I shall know why"

    2. Sacred Harp

    ("The life we have is very great")

Vocal Music

  • Beyond the Last Thought

    Soprano, oboe, bassoon, and Marimba

    1. Knowing (Isabella Gardner)

    2. The Palm at the End of the Mind (Wallace Stevens)

    3. The Snow Man (Wallace Stevens)

    4. Another Weeping Woman (Wallace Stevens)

    5. These Are the Days (Emily Dickinson)
    View Score

    Recorded on Opus One CD#162

    The Sonorous Landscape

A picture of the cover of the sonorous landscape chamber music iv.

Cover art ​© Tamar Zinn 1991

  • When Time is Over
    Five Poems of Emily Dickinson for high or medium voice and piano
    View Score

  • A Lady Who Thinks She is Thirty (Ogden Nash) for soprano and piano

Choral Music

  • Earth is Short Poems of Emily Dickinson For unaccompanied voices, SATB

  • Perpetual Surfaces Unaccompanied voices SATB on three texts by Wallace Stevens

  • Sacred Harp Unaccompanied SATB

  • "Let Emily Sing for you Because She Cannot Pray" Four Poems of Emily Dickinson for voices SATB and orchestra

Sacred Music

  • Advent Calendar Unaccompanied voices SATB on text by Rowan Williams, Archbishop of Canterbury

  • Anima Christi
    View Score

    From the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius of Loyola Unaccompanied voices SATB

A picture of the cover of an album.

Cover: Strata XXX Ash Wednesday ​© 1993 Alfonse Borysewicz

  • The Lamb Unaccompanied SATB text by William Blake

  • Magnificat (Canticle of Mary) Responsorial setting for choir, organ, and congregation.

    Published by C.F. Peters, Corp.

  • Mass for the Oratory Choir and organ with congregational responses

  • Mass of Celebration Choir, organ, brass (optional guitar, bass, drums) and congregational responses

  • Panis Angelicus Eight part choir acapella View Score Choir: St. Dominic's Catholic Church, San Francisco

  • "The Stillest Night" SATB choir and organ Text of Emily Dickinson

  • Three Sacreded Meditations
    Unaccompanied voices SATB

    1. Ave Verum Corpus

    2. Cibavit Eos

    3. O Sacrum Convivium