This is a collection of twelve rags in minor keys, composed between 1999 and 2007. The pieces may be performed together or separately. With a program note. Total duration ca. 50 minutes.
Contents: --Dialogue --Aria --Ostinato. With a program note. Each piece explores a particular musical idea or mood. Of advanced difficulty. Duration ca. 8 minutes.
Pianist McCright performs music by Bruce Stark, Gregory Hutter, Kirsten Braberg, John Halle, Daniel Nass, and Laura Caviani.
A collection of recent works for orchestra by composers such as Kevin McCarter, Gregory Hutter, David Yeagley, Frederic Glesser, Andy Brick, Ronald J. Williams, David Sartor, John Bilotta, Jonathan Little, Chia-Chi Chen and Jorge Liderman. With the Kiev Philharmonic.
This disc contains music by Gregory Hutter, Louis Babin, Reynard Burns, Andrew March, Claude Debussy, Rudy Kronfuss, and Daniel Burwasser. With the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra, Moravian Philharmonic Strings, Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra, and Concordia Orchestra.
This is the last of three orchestral works by Hutter to focus on city-related themes. This work was inspired by the cacophony of city sounds in Chicago. With program and biographical notes. Duration ca. 7 minutes. Printed from the composer's own engraving.
Premiered by the Lynn University Philharmonia Orchestra, this two-movement work was inspired by the skyscrapers of Chicago, especially the work of Ludwig Mies van der Rohe. With program notes. Duration ca. 9 minutes. Printed from the composer's own engraving.
This work consists of two movements which are to be played without pause. The orchestra is scored for one each of flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, horn and trumpet; percussion; piano; and strings. With a program note. Duration ca. 10 minutes.
16 songs on poems by Carl Sandburg: I. Lost -- II. Blacklisted -- III. Clark Street Bridge -- IV. Limited -- V. A Teamster's Farewell -- VI. Bones -- VII. Window -- VIII. Fog -- IX. Monotone -- X. Pool -- XI. Nocturne in a Deserted Brickyard -- XII. White Shoulders -- XIII. Pearl Fog -- XIV.…
In one movement. With a program note. Dedicated to Linda Chatterton and Matthew McCright. Premiered in Chicago, April 2012. A lively work, inspired by the Classical model of the Sinfonia Concertante. Duration ca. 7 minutes.
In one movement. With program notes. Commissioned by the Anaphora Ensemble. The music was composed to be performed alongside the clarinet quintets of Mozart and Brahms. Of advanced difficulty. Duration ca. 10 minutes.
A quartet in four movements. With program notes. Premiered by the Cassat String Quartet in Buffalo, June 2001. The music has some minimalist qualities. Of advanced difficulty. Duration ca. 20 minutes.
In three movements: Aggressively; Placido, quasi recitativo; Molto perpetuo, relentless. Premiered at Northwestern University, February 2002 by the Northwestern University Contemporary Music Ensemble. Duration ca. 11 minutes.
Premiered by the Minnesota Orchestra at the 2004 Minnesota Composer Institute. This is the second of a trilogy of urban-inspired orchestral works by Hutter. With a program note. Duration ca. 7 minutes.
Contents: --Fog --Pool --Choose --Crimson --Whitelight --Flux --Kin --White Shoulders --Losses --Troths. Dedicated to Shannon Seay. One of a series of cycle of songs by Hutter on poems of Carl Sandburg.
Dedicated to the memory of M. William Karlins, and premiered by the Maia String Quartet. The music consists of three movements, to be played without pause: Prelude; Fugue; and Chorale. With a program note. A version for string orchestra is also available. Duration ca. 11 minutes.
Dedicated to the memory of M. William Karlins, and premiered by the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra. This work is scored for violins, violas, cellos and basses. A version for string quartet is also available. With a program note. Duration ca. 11 minutes.
In one movement. A setting of a poem by Alfred, Lord Tennyson. This piece is primarily quiet and reflective in nature.
Contents: --Prelude --Free Invention --Intermezzo --Passacaglia. With a program note. Dedicated to Stephanie K. Ho. Premiered in Akron, 2002 by Winston Choi. Of advanced difficulty. Duration ca. 20 minutes.
Contents: --Bones --Window --Monotone --Two --Nocturne in a Deserted Backyard --Between Two Hills --Pearle Fog --Margaret --I Sang --Young Sea. With a program note. Dedicated to Shannon Seay. Texts by Carl Sandburg.
Contents: --I. Lost --II. Blacklisted --III. Clark Street Bridge --IV. Limited --V. A Teamster's Farewell. Texts by Carl Sandburg. With a brief program note. Premiered in Chicago, 2008 by Shannon Seay and Anne Breeden.
Contents: --Song --Hymn --Spirits of the Dead --The Lake - To- --To the River- --With a program note. Commissioned by Tracy Cowden. Premiered by Ariana Wyatt, Benjamin Wyatt and Tracy Cowden. Texts by Edgar Allan Poe.