In one movement. With program and performance notes. Co-commissioned by the New World Symphony, America's Orchestral Academy and the San Francisco Symphony. Dedicated to Miki Cloud. Premiered in New York, April 2016. The music was inspired by Mingus's 1963 The Black Saint and the Sinner Lady. Of…
Contents: I. warm but glitchy -- II. soulful but oddly clinical -- III. -- IV. industrial, wheezing -- V. balmy. With performance notes. Commissioned by the New World Symphony and the San Francisco Symphony. Dedicated to Michael Gordon. The orchestration includes electric guitar and bass guitar.…
In one movement. Commissioned by the Stuart and Maxine Frankel Foundation for the Great Lakes Chamber Music Festival. Co-commissioned by Carnegie Hall. Dedicated to eighth blackbird. Of advanced difficulty.
In one movement. Commissioned by the Yale Choral Artists. The text is taken from various sources, including love letters, the Catholic Rite of Marriage, the traditional Jewish Ketubah, and text messages. Of advanced difficulty. Custom print edition.
The choral ensemble The Esoterics performs music by Eric Banks, Mason Bates, and Ted Hearne.
Volti San Francisco performs choral music by Yu-Hui Chang, Ted Hearne, Donald Crockett, Eric Moe, Wayne Peterson, and Mark Winges.
The vocal ensemble C4 performs music by Hayes Biggs, Jonathan David, Karen Siegel, Huang Ruo, Toby Twining, and Ted Hearne.
Red Light New Music performs works by Christopher Cerrone, Ted Hearne, Vincent Raikhel, Liam Robinson, and Scott Wollschleger.
Music by Ryan Anthony Francis, Ted Hearne, Hannah Lash, Reinaldo Moya, and Clint Needham. With Brent Funderburk, piano.
The ensemble Eighth Blackbird performs new music by Timo Andres, Christopher Cerrone, Jacob Cooper, Ted Hearne, Robert Honstein, and Andrew Norman.
Contents: a.) turn back the clock -- b.) fugue state -- c.) shadow of billy the kid -- d.) the kid's kids -- e.) shadow of gwendolyn brooks -- f.) distractor -- g.) all retch and no vomit. With performance notes. Commissioned by and dedicated to the Los Angeles Philharmonic. Duration ca. 22 minutes.
Contents: 1. excerpts from the middle of something -- 2. palindrome for andrew norman -- 3. climactic moments from adagio for strings and the four seasons, slowed down and layered on top of one another -- 4. beats -- 5. climactic moments from movement three, three times as slow as before -- 6. the…
Two untitled movements for orchestra. Commissioned by and dedicated to the European Contemporary Orchestra. The orchestra includes unusual instruments such as saxophones, electric keyboard, accordion, electric guitar, and bass guitar. Duration ca. 6 minutes.
In one movement. With program and performance notes. Dedicated to the Red Light Ensemble. Premiered in New York, February 2012. Scored for flute (piccolo), bass clarinet, piano, percussion, violin, viola and cello. Duration ca. 13 minutes.
In one movement. With program and performance notes. Dedicated to Nathan Koci and Ron Wiltrout. Premiered by members of the Yale Philharmonia in May 2007. The music is scored for the same instrumentation as Gyorgy Ligeti's 1969 Chamber Concerto: flute, oboe, clarinet, bass clarinet, horn, tenor…
In one movement. Dedicated to Garrett Arney and Mari Yoshinaga. A quiet and murming work. Of advanced difficulty.
In one movement. With performance notes. Commissioned by the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra. A rhythmic, industrial work. Duration ca. 14 minutes.
In one movement. Commissioned by Carnegie Hall for Ensemble ACJW. Premiered in New York, February 2016. Scored for alto flute, oboe, trumpet, horn, piano, percussion, violin, viola, cello, and double bass. Includes use samples, which can be obtained directly from the publisher. Duration ca. 11…
This dramatic work sets a libretto by Mark Doten. Contents: 1. [Explosive Hazard] -- 2. On the Shark -- 3. [Trust Logs] -- 4. s/as boy/as a boy -- 5. [A young boy released several pigeons] -- 6. Julian in a Nutshell -- 7. [Criminal Event: Murder Report] -- 8. Complex Keys -- Interlude: Don't want to…
…-- Cage 4 -- Cage 5 -- Cage 6 -- Cage 7 -- Cage 8 -- Cage 9 -- Cage 10 -- Cage 11 -- Cage 12. With program and performance notes. Commissioned by the Pittsburgh New Music Ensemble. The music is an homage to Charles Ives, and consists entirely of shards of other music by Hearne and his colleagues.
In one movement. With performance notes. Commissioned by the Brooklyn Philharmonic. Scored for flute (piccolo), clarinet, trumpet, trombone, piano, electric guitar, drum set, electronics, two violins, viola, and cello. Duration ca. 7 minutes. Custom print edition.