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  • Mock Trial! 

    Liu, Elbert, 1988- (2016)
    Mock Trial is a work for wind ensemble. It is inspired by proceedings common to debates and courtroom sessions, where multiple arguments are presented, examined and cross-examined. As a parody, the work pokes fun at the ...
  • Music From the Mountain For Di and Orchestra 

    Yun, Lu (2014)
    After studying abroad, I have started my research on the comparison between the western and the traditional Chinese orchestras. The idea of forming the traditional Chinese orchestra came from the influence of the "Total ...
  • Nicodemus! The Beds are Burning Again: The Ascension of Gorgomath 

    Miller, Michael Brian (2016)
    Nicodemus! The Beds are Burning Again: The Ascension of Gorgomath is a 22-minute concerto for piano and chamber orchestra that explores the use of narrative as a means of unifying disparate musical languages into a ...
  • Piper in the Woods: An opera in one act 

    Stevenson, Benjamin Joel (University of Missouri -- Kansas City, 2018)
    “Piper in the Woods” is a one act opera for six principal singers plus SATB chorus, along with an ensemble of nine instrumentalists. The piece is based on a short story of the same name by Philip K. Dick. First published ...
  • Quaerere Sententias I 

    Johnson, Richard W., 1978- (University of Missouri--Kansas City, 2015-03-09)
    Quaerere Sententias (“search for meaning”) is a collection of pieces composed for soloists, digital audio, and video. The first set, Quaerere Sententias I, is comprised of three pieces: Introit, for trumpet; Hiram, for ...
  • Redwall Symphonic Poem for Orchestra 

    Luetkemeyer, Joshua Kyle (2015-08-04)
    Redwall is programmatically based off of the Redwall book series by Brian Jacques. The story takes place in a medieval world where animals are given human characteristics. The protagonist, Martin, is a slave mouse who ...
  • Scissors for Orchestra 

    Chung, Jiyoun (University of Missouri -- Kansas City, 2019)
    As a composer originally from South Korea who favors Western musical languages as a medium for composition, it has always been my passion to create works that integrate my Korean culture in some way. Sometimes I combine ...
  • The Seventh Sun For Orchestra 

    Ketjuntra, Arsid (University of Missouri--Kansas City, 2018)
    In this work I have created sounds to represent a series of events that signify the apocalypse in Buddhism, the day that seven suns appear in the sky. It is said to bring about the end of this old, present world. No ...
  • Suite for the Passersby 

    Butera, Christina (University of Missouri -- Kansas City, 2018)
    This work is a suite of seven pieces for solo instruments (bass clarinet, cello, french horn, clarinet, piano, and two works for soprano) and interactive electronics and one piece for fixed electronics, designed for ...
  • Symphonic Poem No. 1, Poems on Stone Drums, for Full Orchestra 

    Shao, Zheng (University of Missouri--Kansas City, 2017)
    Symphonic Poem No. 1, Poems on Stone Drums is an orchestral piece with three main sections played in a single continuous movement. Its inspiration comes from a set of ancient Chinese seal scripts on ten drum-shaped ...
  • The Story of Our Journey 

    Findley, Dylan Eric (2020)
    The Story of Our Journey for clarinet, fixed media electronics, and projected video is a 50-minute musical work commissioned by the City of Phoenix Office of Arts and Culture for their IN FLUX program. Audio and video ...
  • The Tale of the Southern Tour 

    Li , Shaosheng (2021)
    The Tale of the Southern Tour for orchestra is commissioned by The Ministry of Culture and Tourism of Shaoguan City in Guangdong province in 2019. The piece received its world premiere in December 2019 at the Guangzhou ...
  • Three Portraits of Pipa – for pipa and orchestra 

    Gianakon, Hong Hong (University of Missouri--Kansas City, 2018)
    Three Portraits of Pipa is a three movement concerto for pipa, a traditional Chinese plucked-string instrument that has a history of more than 2000 years in China. The large variety of timbres of the pipa gives the ...
  • Till Coffee Do Us Part 

    Chittum, John Rupert (2016)
    Till Coffee Do Us Part is a chamber opera scored for two violins, cello, electronics,  soprano, and tenor. The opera was written as a part of Black House Collective’s and the  Kansas City Electronic Music and Arts Alli ...
  • Time, Unfolding 

    Chan, Chin Ting (2014-09-30)
    time, unfolding was written for performance in the 70th Annual Composers Conference at Wellesley College. It explores the slow unfolding of musical materials and how it affects our perception of musical time. The idea ...
  • Un Chien Andalou – An Orchestral Film Score 

    DeWalt, Philip (University of Missouri--Kansas City, 2017)
    Un Chien Andalou - An Orchestral Film Score, is a one-movement work for small orchestra composed as live accompaniment to the 1929 silent film Un Chien Andalou by Luis Buñuel and Salvador Dali. Several factors went ...