(Some instrumental scores are not yet on this site, but
available thru Frog Peak Music).
archival recordings (of
some of these pieces)
other scores (by other people,
arrangements, incidental pieces, etc.)
Harmonies (instrumental part)
. Three percussionists,
electric guitar, live computer systems
. Tuba, trombone, and
french horn (or any number of variable pitch instruments)
abetoods (for solo violin)
. Four pieces for solo violin
al het (for the peoples of nicaragua)
Voice and slendro gender/pelog gambang (one player). (Hebrew
all things, beings, equal
. Sax. (for
taimur sullivan) (part of "all things..." series)
another you (17 variations for solo harp
in just intonation)
An Unhappy Set of Coincidences
Flute and bass; or solo keyboard; or low and high instruments
approaching the azimuth...
Clarinet. (for matt ingalls) (part of "all things..." series)
Clarinet, opt. gender and kemanak
Arrangement by Dan Goode. Original
version published in Perspectives
of New Music
) (Numbers). Solo piano. 17 pieces, notes,
. Guitar and percussion (for
Toon Callier and Jeroen Stevens)
. For ensemble, or piano solo. 1993-4
Choir (Empi's Solo)
. Voice and computer
generated tape. Co-composed with Marie-Pauline Esguerra.
files of the four colored large cards, designed in collaboration
with Laura Grey. Fronts and backs. (These are available from Frog
Peak Music, or contact me if you'd like a set)
. (2-part round). Pencil sketch for edition of 2- and
4- part rounds. 2006-7
(for margaret lancaster) (part of "all things..." series)
see all things, beings, equal
. Electric guitar.
arrangement of a Shaker four-part hymn
days, weeks, months, years
. Piano. (Jan.,
. Piano (Dec., 2006)
Dismission (pianotood) 2
Piano (Dec., 2006). Two versions (regular
Ensembles of Note
special flute part written
for margaret lancaster
Essays for String Quartet
(alternate version written for UCSC Contemporary Ensemble)
DANM Dance Band lyrics
Ensemble of Robot
or Robots of Note
to Kristin Erickson)
for jim, ben and lou (3 pieces
for guitar, harp and percussion)
Four Bass Studies (what do to when
the night comes)
. String bass
Text pieces. 1979
four doods (@ $6.25).
1. (monophony) for 2 clarinets. #2
(homophony) for 2 tubas. #3 (polyphony) for 2 accordions. #4
(heterophony) for 2 violins. 2010
Four Pedagogical Rounds for Dan Rockmore
Four Voice Canon #4
. Four marimbas (new
edition, October, 2005)
Four Voice Canon #7
Voice Canon #17
Four Voice Canon #22 ( rKzy
Four Voice Canons (general)
. (Java software and
notes on the piece).
"...getting rid of the glue..."
. Classical guitar.
. Flute, viola, guitar.
Piano. 2007, rev. 2011.
hocket for percussion quartet
s. Piano. 2010
. French horn, tape (or live
iiiisiv joan (tooaytoods #14)
Piano. Title page
midifiles for "joan's recent visit..."
. Two electric guitars.
solo version (by Giacomo Fiore)
iiivxii (tooaytood #13)
. cellos and
. One or two pianos. for sarah cahill.
. Multiple guitars or guitar(s) and
. 12 cellos and winds.
. Two pianos or piano 4
1. Growth Spurt 2. Tween 3. Not in this house! 4. Baby Pictures 5.
One thing at a time
. Large ensemble. (Bb melody
. solo trumpet.
Lonesome Road (The Crawford Variations).
. Violin and small
percussion. title page and notes
Movement in E Major for John Cage
. Violin and piano.
Movement for Andréa Smith
(My Funny Valentine for just string quartet). 2 violins, 2 violas.
Movement for Lou Harrison.
(for just bass quartet). Four string basses. (Graphic version
. Suzuki pianists. (This piece is an early
"version" of Ensembles of Note
Now My Dear Companions.
clarinet, trombone, percusion, electric guitar. One of the Five Shaker Songs
One minute work as part of the Cage100 Party Pieces Project
. Solo piano.
. Four computer composed pieces. Poojatood
(tenor sax), tooguitartood
guitars), sunday organ piece
. For 4-5
electric guitars. For Toon Callier and Zwerm. Premiered, Belgium,
Pardalotes, eucalypts, and lerps
Five rounds on texts by Sarah Lloyd.
. For six singer/guitarists.
(round, part of "Two Belgian Rounds"). (see Toon and Jutta Live in Antwerp
, a round for
piano and signers (ASL)
Piano Study #1 (for Carl Ruggles)
Piano Study #2 (March in D)
. Solo piccolo, or solo wind.
. Solo piano.
Quartet in F For Paula Ravitz
viola, clarinet, trombone. (May also substitute tuba for trombone)
Roads to Chimacum.
For string quartet, or mandolin quartet. 1992
Rounds (miscellaneous) (this is incomplete, also see rounds page
Sascha's Song (for the peoples of Chile)
version. Score. Clarinet, trumpet, horn, trombone, violin, bass.
Sh'ma: Fuging Tune in G
. Flute, alto flute, violin, viola,
cello, bass, percussion.
This is the new edition made by
Dennis Kitsz and myself. Parts
This piece was originally published in Soundings
11, edited by Peter Garland. Original manuscript.
Piano and voice. 2010
. Clarinet and
Songs and Toods
, 5 pieces
for the Lou Harrison National Just Intonation Guitar (or
percussionists (or any six performers)
(three tap dancers, or three percussionists)
The Time is Now
. Text by Melody
Sumner. Voice, clarinet, flute, viola, guitar, bass (1987)
Three Monk Tunes
dancer and percussionist
The World's Longest Melody (ensemble)
. Electric guitar,
bass, drums, and optional soloists.
Three Rimbaud Settings
. Soprano and
. solo piano (two
arranged for el. guitar duet; and #6
for el. guitar quartet)
7, 9 arranged
for electric guitar quartet by Toon Callier)
, for string
, f, g
. Electric guitar quartet
. (3 pieces).
Two electric guitars. Commissioned by Kobe Van Cauwenberghe and
Matthias Koole. 2013
Two Can Float as Cheap as One
1997 edits, a few
corrections on the score
Two Children's Songs
. Tuba and trombone; or
two bass winds; or any two melody instruments.
Two Minute Warning
. Solo trumpet. (for
ed carroll) (part of "all things..." series)
. Trumpet canon. Trumpets, or winds.
וְיַעַל (v'ya'al) (and he ascended)
for nine pitched
instruments. For Steven Miller. (non-coincidental canon). 2014 (parts
Will You Miss Me
(solo version; transfer harp and untrained voice). (Some higher-rez
Will You Miss Me
(ensemble: flute, bass, just harp, untrained male voice).
notes and errata
). Guitar, cello, violin, viola, harp,
percussion, and any melody instruments.