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Floodsongs. [CD]

Publisher: Albany Records

The Solaris Vocal Ensemble performs music by Marshall Ingram, Anne LeBaron, Frances White, and Meredith Monk.

Price: $17.98
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Some Things Should Not Move : For Soprano, Flute/Alto Flute, Harp and Contrabass (2012).

Publisher: Golden Croak Music

In one movement. With program notes. Commissioned by the James Irvine Foundation for the 25th anniversary of Southwest Chamber Music. Text by Yvonne M. Eadon, the composer's daughter. The work is based on unusual experiences they shared in an apartment in Vienna.

Price: $31.50
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Is Money Money : For Soprano, Clarinet, Bass Clarinet, Violin, Viola And Cello (2000).

Publisher: Golden Croak Music

Commissioned by Sequitur, and dedicated to Dora Ohrenstein and Sequitur. Premiered in New York, February 2000. Texts are taken from various Gertrude Stein remarks about money. Each instrumentalist doubles on a bell. With program and performance notes. Duration ca. 8 minutes.

Price: $45.00
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Transfiguration : For Soprano, Flute (Alto Flute, Piccolo), Harp and Percussion (2003).

Publisher: Golden Croak Music

Contents: Prologue; Deconstruction; Reconstruction. Based on a poem by Djuna Barnes, interwoven with additional texts from Picasso, Shakespeare, the Book of Margery Kempe, and the Bible. With program and performance notes. Commissioned by Saarlandischer Rundfunk. A challenging, theatrical work.

Price: $35.00
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Harpestra : Concerto For Two Harps (One Player) (1994).

Publisher: Golden Croak Music

A concerto in one movement for harpist and small orchestra. With program notes. Commissioned by the National Endowment for the Arts and the Fromm Foundation. Premiered in 1995 by the D. C. Youth Orchestra, with the composer as soloist.

Price: $39.50
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Crescent City. [CD]

Publisher: Innova Recordings

An opera on a libretto by Douglas Kearney. Conducted by Marc Lowenstein.

Price: $14.98
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Solar Music : For Flute (Doubling Bass, Alto and Piccolo) and Harp (1997).

Publisher: Golden Croak Music

Commissioned by the Fromm Foundation for Camilla Hoitenga and Alice Giles. Premiered in Berlin, April 1997. The music was inspired by the painting of the same name by Remedios Varo. The score calls for several extended techniques for both performers. With program & performance notes.

Price: $25.00
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Devil In The Belfry : For Violin And Piano.

Publisher: Golden Croak Music

Commissioned by the McKim Fund in the Library of Congress. This work was inspired by the story by Edgar Allen Poe. Of advanced difficulty. With a program note.

Price: $33.00
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Los Murmullos : For Solo Piano.

Publisher: Golden Croak Music

With program notes. Dedicated to Ana Cervantes. Premiered at the 2006 International Cervantino Festival in Guanajuato, Mexico. This challenging work requires the pianist to speak fragments of texts from Pedro Paramo by Juan Rulfo.

Price: $16.50
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Four : For Solo Violin.

Publisher: Golden Croak Music

Dedicated to Ivry Gitlis. With brief program and performance notes. A free and challenging movement described in four parts: an excavation; decaying treasure; crumbling texture; beauty of ruins.

Price: $12.50
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Hsing : For Solo Harp.

Publisher: Golden Croak Music

A concert-theater work with a flexible structure. With program and performance notes. Premiered by Alison Bjorkedal in Pasadena, January 2011. The music is based on the five elements of ancient China. Of advanced difficulty.

Price: $29.50
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Empty Page : For Soprano, Baritone and Piano (Or Soprano and Piano) (2015).

Publisher: Golden Croak Music

This is the second song from LeBaron's set of five songs, Radiant Depth Unfolded, on texts by Rumi. With program and performance notes. Commissioned by the SongFest and The Sorel Organization.

Price: $6.75
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Sukey And The Mermaid : For String Quartet, Narrator And Children's Chorus.

Publisher: Golden Croak Music

This work is based on a traditional American tale, as told in a children's book illustrated by Brian Pickney. The music is dedicated to the Oberon String Quartet. With program and performance notes.

Price: $90.00
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Traces Of Mississippi : For Orchestra, Mixed Chorus W / Soloists, 2 Narrators, 2 Rap Artists (2000).

Publisher: Golden Croak Music

Commissioned by the American Composers Forum for the Continental Harmony Project in celebration of the Millennium in Madison County, Mississippi. Premiered in Madison, November 2000. The music, in 14 sections, uses poems from several sources to trace Madison history. Duration ca. 44 minutes.

Price: $60.00
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Pope Joan : A Dance Opera For Soprano and Chamber Ensemble / Concert Version (2000).

Publisher: Golden Croak Music

Commissioned by the Pittsburgh New Music Ensemble and Dance Alloy. Premiered in Pittsburgh, October 2000. Texts by Enid Shomer. This piece is a dramatic account of the story of Pope John VIII, who may have actually been a woman. With program notes. Duration ca. 39 minutes.

Price: $49.50
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Transfiguration : For Soprano, Flute (Alto Flute, Piccolo), Harp and Percussion (2003).

Publisher: Golden Croak Music

Contents: Prologue; Deconstruction; Reconstruction. Based on a poem by Djuna Barnes, interwoven with additional texts from Picasso, Shakespeare, the Book of Margery Kempe, and the Bible. With program and performance notes. Commissioned by Saarlandischer Rundfunk. A challenging, theatrical work.

Price: $79.50
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Way Of Light : For B Flat Trumpet With Audio and Video.

Publisher: Golden Croak Music

With program and performance notes. Video by Austin Switser. Commissioned by the International Trumpet Guild. Premiered by Daniel Rosenboom at Rowan University, June 2006. Dedicated to Rosenboom and Edward Carroll. In this work, the player embarks on a journey, accompanied by spirit guides.

Price: $22.50
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Concerto For Active Frogs : For 2 Players, Percussion, Solo Voice & Chorus.

Publisher: Golden Croak Music

In one movement. With program and performance notes. Premiered as part of the Raudelunas Pataphysical Review in March 1975. The score is graphic, with instructions. Performances include theatrical elements.

Price: $15.75
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Crescent City : A Hyperopera In Fifteen Scenes (2006-2012).

Publisher: Golden Croak Music

Libretto by Douglas Kearney. Premiered in Los Angeles, May 2012. With a synopsis. The action takes place shortly after Hurricane Katrina.

Price: $249.50
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Planxty Bowerbird : For Harp and Tape (1982).

Publisher: Golden Croak Music

In one movement. With performance notes. The harp requires some preparation. Of advanced difficulty. Printed from manuscript.

Price: $24.00
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Silent Steppe Cantata : For Tenor Solo, Women's Choir, Narrator & Orchestra of Kazakh Instruments.

Publisher: Golden Croak Music

Contents: I. Awakening -- II. Silencing -- III. Viva the Steppe. Dedicated to Timur Bekbosunov and the people of Kazakhstan. Commissioned by JSC Sovereign Joint Stock Wealth Fund Samruk-Kazyna. Premiered in Kazakhstan, December 2011. The texts, sung in Kazakh and English, were compiled from a…

Price: $99.75
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Way Of Light : For Flute (Alto Flute) With Audio and Video.

Publisher: Golden Croak Music

A version for flute of this work, which was originally composed for trumpet. Dedicated to Edward Carroll and Daniel Rosenboom.

Price: $20.00
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Sachamama : For Flute and Alto Flute With Electronics On CD (1995).

Publisher: Golden Croak Music

With program and performance notes. Dedicated to Stefani Starin. This work calls for a single player on both flutes. The music was inspired by a painting of the same name by Pablo Amaringo. The electronic sounds are represented in the score. Duration ca. 12 minutes.

Price: $19.50
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