You can download the music for this transcription on this page of the IMSLP.
I was inspired to write this after seeing an exhibit at the New York Public Library that included Federico Garcia Lorca's very own guitar. Photography was not permitted, so I "took" my own musical images. You can listen to a recording and download the music on this page of the IMSLP.
This version is for viola d'amore and guitar:
and this version is for violin, viola, and guitar (or any two melody instruments)
You can find the music for both versions, including a treble part for the viola part of the version for trio, on this page of the IMSLP.
This is an instrumental adaptation of some of the music from the first act of EMMA, an opera I wrote in 2005 that is based on the play by Howard Zinn. The score and parts are available here, and you can also listen to it here.
October 26, 2012
This is part of a project coordinated by Daniel Wolf that involves 24 composers writing new divisions on top of 24 Grounds found in John Walsh's 1706 The Division Flute. You can download the music and listen to a recording (of me playing both parts--with a few foibles and a bit of erratic intonation in the beginning) here. [UPDATE] Daniel Wolf's complete publication is here.
I made a transcription of numbers one through nine of Mussorgsky's Pictures at an Exhibition for five violas d'amore, and a transcription of "The Old Castle" for string orchestra (three violins, two violas, and cello). You can get the five viola d'amore set here and "The Old Castle" for strings here.
You can also find them on this page of the Petrucci Library.
May 5, 2012
This piece can be used to accompany Segundo de Chomón's 1908 Film El Hotel Electrico, and a second oboe can play the recorder part (as written) if a recorder player is not available. The score and parts are available here.
April 8, 2012
These are the first two pages of my annual Birthday Piece for viola d'amore and piano. This year's piece has 53 measures. You can download the music here and listen to it here. I look forward to the chance, some day, to hear this piece and my other viola d'amore music played by a better viola d'amore player than the one I have in house (which would be me).
Here is the final installment of the seasonal violin duets I have spent the past year writing for Marjorie Kransberg-Talvi and Ilkka Talvi. You can get the complete score and the parts for this season here, and can listen to a computer-generated recording here.
November 29, 2011
This setting of Hans Christian Andersen's story "There is a Difference" is for clarinet, string quartet, and narrator. You can download the score and parts here.
June 27, 2011
[Painting by Rachel Leddy]