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  • 364 Days: Suite for Jazz Orchestra 

    Chapman, Jonathan Eric (2014)
    364 Days: Suite for Jazz Orchestra was composed for a standard seventeen-piece (5/4/4/4) jazz orchestra. The suite is comprised of five pieces- And I Think of You; Goodnight; What Ifs; 364 Days; The Dreamer and The Realist ...
  • The Battle of Westport: Along Union Lines A Chamber Work With Electronics and Narration in Eight Movements 

    Lynn, Brian Arthur (2016)
    The Battle of Westport: Along Union Lines is an eight-movement chamber piece for 12 instruments (3 woodwinds, 3 brass, 1 percussion, string quintet), electronics and narration. Live audio has been captured at eight of the ...
  • Between Glimpses of Blue for Wind Ensemble and Fixed Media 

    King-Smith, Theodore Ronald (University of Missouri--Kansas City, 2017)
    Between Glimpses of Blue is a work for wind ensemble and fixed media that uses the visual imagery of clouds as the inspiration for the piece, and as a direct influence for the form and orchestration. Cirrus, Stratus, ...
  • The Birth of the Eternal for String Orchestra, Piano and Percussion 

    Amiryan, Tatev (University of Missouri–Kansas City, 2016)
    The Birth of the Eternal is a one-movement composition for string orchestra, piano and percussion. It is written as a centennial commemoration of the 1915 Armenian Genocide and honors the memory of the victims of the ...
  • BOOM!!! ...for Real! 

    Landis, Steven Jon Jr. (University of Missouri--Kansas City, 2017)
    BOOM!!! ...for Real! is a fifteen-minute chamber concerto for alto saxophone (doubling tenor) and mixed chamber ensemble. The paintings and techniques of three American expressionist painters—Cy Twombly, Franz Kline, ...
  • Chamber Symphony 

    Kern, Joseph (2015-08-04)
    “Chamber Symphony” is a symphony for chamber orchestra (flute/piccolo, oboe/english horn, clarinet, bassoon, two horns in F, piano, and strings) and soprano. It is in a nesting doll structure. That is, there are increasingly ...
  • Characters in Theatre for Orchestra 

    Wang, Amao (2016)
    Beijing Opera is a form of traditional Chinese theater that combines singing, reciting, performing, acrobatics acting, and instrumental accompanying, along with rich face make-up, costume and stage setting. I applied ...
  • Child's Play:a Collection of Three Pieces for Instruments and Fixed Electronic Media 

    Bolte, Jason Lee, 1985- (University of Missouri--Kansas City, 2015-03-09)
    "Child's Play" is a collection of three pieces for instruments and fixed electronic media inspired by the sounds of my daughter's toys. The first piece, "With My Eyes Shut" is for clarinet and fixed electronic media, the ...
  • Concerto for Tenor Saxophone and Wind Ensemble 

    Baker, Dylan Arthur (University of Missouri--Kansas City, 2017)
    I wrote CONCERTO FOR TENOR SAXOPHONE AND WIND ENSEMBLE in the tradition of the grand concerti of the nineteenth century, but incorporating a modern sense of harmony and rhythm. The spirit of the piece is very in the ...
  • Concerto for Two Horns and Orchestra 

    Morel, Daniel Eric (University of Missouri--Kansas City, 2018)
    This concerto for two horns and orchestra is a 25-minute work for two virtuoso horn players and full-size orchestra. The work draws on images of the Rocky Mountains and Western United States. Three movements depict a ...
  • Cryptogram (2011) for wind ensemble 

    Capp, Tyler Avis (2015)
    Cryptogram is a nine-minute, one-movement composition for wind ensemble that explores the use of embedded musical quotations to generate basic melodic, harmonic, and formal structures. In contrast to traditional quotation, ...
  • Daughter of Bird and Earth 

    Yan, Yiguo (University of Missouri -- Kansas City, 2019)
    The single movement symphonic poem Daughter of Bird and Earth draws its inspiration from my own long poem in modern Chinese, The Resurrection of Poems, which narrates an imaginary woman’s life journey, both internally and ...
  • Ember for orchestra 

    Jing, Qi (2019)
    Ember is a single-movement piece for orchestra which combines my years of compositional experience, the exploration of musical aesthetics, an experiment of adapting electronic music technique in acoustic writing, and a ...
  • Fit to Live, a flexible form concerto for wind ensemble 

    Pulatie, Leah Sproul (2014-08-28)
    This work is a flexible form concerto for trumpet and wind ensemble. It consists of several fixed sections, or modules, that can be put together in several specific pre-determined ways to create various versions of the ...
  • Flourishes (2012.13) for chamber orchestra 

    Omiccioli, Nicholas Scott (2014)
    flourishes (2012.13) for chamber orchestra was composed for the Summer Music Institute at the National Arts Centre in Ottawa, Ontario. The title serves as a description for the active woodwind parts and large scale ...
  • Gumiho: how I tried to give up eating human livers and love someone: an opera in two acts 

    Kim, Nahyun (2014-08-28)
    Gumiho (pronounced goo-mi-ho) is an opera based on an ancient Korean folktale about a 5,000 year old fox-monster with nine tails whose only source of nourishment is human livers. The complete opera will be in two acts ...
  • Masks 

    Zhou, Jing (University of Missouri--Kansas City, 2016)
    Masks is inspired by a type of Chinese opera called Chuanju, which comes from the Sichuan region in southwest China. In Chuanju, each character has his or her own type of face makeup. For example, semi-transparent makeup ...
  • Mathias and the Storm for Orchestra 

    Jenkins, Derek Michael (University of Missouri--Kansas City, 2017)
    There is a piece of folklore that is pervasive in my hometown of Dubuque, Iowa. It is an anecdote that many Dubuquers learn in grade school as it has passed from generation to generation. The story, which weaves ...
  • 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 ...