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Variation on a "Euphonious Melody (2018)

For solo euphonium and brass band

Commissioned by Mission Hill Brass, St. Albert, Alberta, A. Daniel Skepple Jr, Director

Euphonium solo performed by Demondrae Thurman

Living Flame (2009)

For brass band, Commissioned by The Canadian Staff Band, John Lam, Band Master, for their CD “Festivity”

The Warburton Arms (adaptation) (2009)

For horn octet 

Premiered at “The Majesty Of The Horn” (International Horn Day 2009), Toronto, Ontario

 

Day Of Thanks (2007)

For choir, brass and percussion

Commissioned by the Amabile Youth Choirs “Ye Olde Medieval Feaste: A Knight To Remember”

Premiered by Brassroots and the Amabile Youth Choirs, Jeff Christmas, guest Conductor

 

Cocktail Suite (2006)

For brass, percussion, piano/synthesizer, and electric bass/acoustic bass

Commissioned by Brassroots (London Arts Council Grant)

Premiered by Brassroots, Jeff Christmas, Conductor

 

Psalm for Colborne United (2003)

For two choirs, organ, handbells, two flutes, two trumpets, two trombones and percussion

Commissioned by the Choirs of Colborne Street United Church, London, Ontario

Premiered by the Choirs of Colborne Street United Church, Bill and Eva Bettger, Directors

 

Child Of Christmas Day (2003)

For choir, brass quintet and piano

Commissioned by the Amabile Youth Singers, London, Ontario

Premiered by the Amabile Youth Singers, Brenda Zadorsky, Conductor

 

Festival Fanfare and Theme (adaptation) (2001)

For Brass Band

Originally commissioned by Sir Wilfrid Laurier Secondary School, Orleans, Ontario

Adaptation commissioned by Intrada Brass, for their CD “Gaîté Canadienne”, Bramwell Gregson, Conductor

 

"Paul and Kenna” Fanfare (2001)

For brass quintet

Premiered at the London Citadel , London, Ontario

 

St. Giles Fanfare (1999)

For trumpet, french horn, and trombone

Commissioned for The Inter-Provincial Music Camp Scholarship Concert

Premiered by Terry Samuel (trumpet), Ronald George (french horn), and Geoff Gander (trombone)

Adapted for 3 french horns, recorded by Tim Lockwood (french horn)

 

A Lil' Island Music (1998)

For brass ensemble, percussion, piano, bass, drums, and solo trumpet

Premiered by Brassroots with Guido Basso (trumpet), Bramwell Gregson, Conductor

 

Sister's (1998)

For brass ensemble, percussion, and flügel horn duet

Premiered by Brassroots with Paul Stevenson and Julie Meyers (flügel horn), Bramwell Gregson, Conductor

 

Half Mast (1997)

For brass ensemble and  percussion

Premiered by Brassroots, Bramwell Gregson, Conductor

 

Atlanta (Olympic Dream) (1997)

For brass ensemble and  percussion

Premiered by Brassroots, Bramwell Gregson, Conductor

 

"Annie and Charles” Fanfare (1997)

For brass quintet

Premiered by Paul Stevenson (trumpet), Chris Coyle (trumpet), Tim Lockwood (french horn),

Karl Hermann (trombone), John Lam (bass trombone), Sarnia, Ontario

 

Fanfare and O Canada (1997)

Original Fanfare for brass, percussion, and choir

Premiered by Brassroots and the Amabile Men’s Choir,

for the opening of the Third International Symposium for Olympic Research, Bramwell Gregson, Conductor

 

Fanfare to “Deep Harmony” (1995)

For brass band

Premiered by the London Citadel Band, Bramwell Gregson, Conductor

 

Psalm for Arrigo (1994)

For brass quintet, solo voice, and organ

 

Fanfare Regalis (1992)

For brass ensemble and  percussion

Premiered by Brassroots, James White, Conductor

 

IBS - Intrada (Fanfare & Chorale) (1991)

For brass  quintet

Premiered by “The International Brass Soloists”: Erik Schultz (trumpet), James Watson (trumpet),

Ifor James (french horn), Stanley Clarke (trombone), Michael Lind (tuba), in Spiegelzelt,

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