291 Works

Symphonic Poem #3 for Orchestra and Soprano ('CELLI)

Anthony J. Elia
This short work is one in a series of tone poems for symphony orchestra, written by the composer in late summer 2013. It is written in the tradition of similar works by Franz Liszt, Bedřich Smetana, Mikhail Glinka, and Sergei Rachmaninoff. The composer intended to compose 3 symphonic poems in this set, though may write more. The Symphonic Poem #3 was written for soprano and orchestra. (All parts to this work are available on Academic...

Symphonic Poem #3 for Orchestra and Soprano (CONTRABASSOON)

Anthony J. Elia
This short work is one in a series of tone poems for symphony orchestra, written by the composer in late summer 2013. It is written in the tradition of similar works by Franz Liszt, Bedřich Smetana, Mikhail Glinka, and Sergei Rachmaninoff. The composer intended to compose 3 symphonic poems in this set, though may write more. The Symphonic Poem #3 was written for soprano and orchestra. (All parts to this work are available on Academic...

Symphonic Poem #3 for Orchestra and Soprano (TENOR SAX)

Anthony J. Elia
This short work is one in a series of tone poems for symphony orchestra, written by the composer in late summer 2013. It is written in the tradition of similar works by Franz Liszt, Bedřich Smetana, Mikhail Glinka, and Sergei Rachmaninoff. The composer intended to compose 3 symphonic poems in this set, though may write more. The Symphonic Poem #3 was written for soprano and orchestra. (All parts to this work are available on Academic...

Canyons: Chorale #3 for Solo Chorus, from “The Ambient Chorales” (S-S-S-Bs)

Anthony J. Elia
“The Ambient Chorales” (10 impressionistic works for solo chorus, inspired by the contemporary soundscapes composed by ambient composers ISHQ. Each of the Ambient Chorales is rooted in a land-, sea-, space-, or dreamscape.) Tempi and dynamics are open to interpretation by performers, though most in this set will last from 4-8 minutes, generally.

Die Ameisen (“The Ants”): from \"Fünf neue deutsche lieder\" ~~ “Five New German Songs for Male Chorus”

Anthony J. Elia
Die Ameisen (“The Ants”) is a song composed with German lyrics for men's choir, based on the comedic poem by writer Joachim Ringelnatz (1883-1934). "The Ants" is the first in this set of "Fünf neue deutsche lieder" ~~ “Five New German Songs for Male Chorus” is a collection of choral works written for the Indianapolis Liederkranz in April 2014. The composer has utilized the poetry of German language writers, some humorous, some serious, and set...

Symphonic Poem #3 for Orchestra and Soprano (TROMBONE)

Anthony J. Elia
This short work is one in a series of tone poems for symphony orchestra, written by the composer in late summer 2013. It is written in the tradition of similar works by Franz Liszt, Bedřich Smetana, Mikhail Glinka, and Sergei Rachmaninoff. The composer intended to compose 3 symphonic poems in this set, though may write more. The Symphonic Poem #3 was written for soprano and orchestra. (All parts to this work are available on Academic...

Symphonic Poem #3 for Orchestra and Soprano (VIOLINS 1)

Anthony J. Elia
This short work is one in a series of tone poems for symphony orchestra, written by the composer in late summer 2013. It is written in the tradition of similar works by Franz Liszt, Bedřich Smetana, Mikhail Glinka, and Sergei Rachmaninoff. The composer intended to compose 3 symphonic poems in this set, though may write more. The Symphonic Poem #3 was written for soprano and orchestra. (All parts to this work are available on Academic...

Symphonic Poem #3 for Orchestra and Soprano (VIOLINS 2)

Anthony J. Elia
This short work is one in a series of tone poems for symphony orchestra, written by the composer in late summer 2013. It is written in the tradition of similar works by Franz Liszt, Bedřich Smetana, Mikhail Glinka, and Sergei Rachmaninoff. The composer intended to compose 3 symphonic poems in this set, though may write more. The Symphonic Poem #3 was written for soprano and orchestra. (All parts to this work are available on Academic...

Hydra Connect 2016 Poster

Carla M. Galarza & Eric L. O'Hanlon
This poster diagrams the function and future of Hyacinth, a metadata editor for digital collections, and Academic Commons, Columbia University's institutional repository.

Quatuor Pour Temps Incertains (Part 3: Violin)

Anthony J. Elia
The “Quatuor pour temps incertains” is a Quartet for Bb Clarinet, Violin, ‘Cello, and Piano, inspired by the work “Quatuor pour la fin du temps” by Oliver Messiaen. The present work is also in 8-movements, and composed with the same instrumentation as Messiaen’s work. The parts are based on aspects of life, memory, spirit, and prayer, for example, though not directly tied to Messiaen’s biblical inspirations. The composer of the present work first got the...

Serenade for Flugelhorn and Harp

Anthony J. Elia
This short work is a serenade for flugelhorn and harp, written by the composer in August 2013.

Impossible Flow: For Mixed Octet

Stephen Hart Lehman
2 Woodwinds: Flute; Bb Clarinet; 2 Brass: Tenor Trombone; French Horn in F 1 Piano; 1 Double Bass with C Extension and Amplifier; 1 Drum Set (Kick Drum, Snare, Piccolo Snare, Hi-Hat, Crash Cymbal, T aped Splash Cymbal, Ride Cymbal); 1 Percussion: 1 Player (Crotales (Chromatic Set), Low and Medium Gong, Vibraphone)

Salute: for Brass Ensemble (SCORE)

Anthony J. Elia
This work, titled "Salute," is scored for seven parts/instruments, and is among the works for brass ensemble inspired by the composer's trip to Lawrence, Kansas in late June 2013, where he attended an evening community concert in the downtown park. The seven parts include 2 horns, Piccolo Trumpet (A), Bb Trumpet, Bb Cornet, Trombone, and Bb Tuba. Tempi at discretion of conductor. Individual parts available on Academic Commons.

Fanfare for the Common Good (CORNET)

Anthony J. Elia
This was one of various works for brass ensemble, inspired by a community band ensemble in Lawrence, Kansas. This evening concert was attended by the composer in late June 2013, and performed works, which included selections from Giuseppe Verdi's Nabucco. The "Fanfare for the Common Good" is a work dedicated to human good, progress, and community. It is arranged for 2 horns, B-flat Trumpet, B-flat Cornet, and Trombone. Tempi at discretion of conductor.

String Quartet #7 (First Movement) ~ \"The Fourth of July Quartet\" (SCORE)

Anthony J. Elia
The String Quartet #7, named "The Fourth of July Quartet" was written over the course of one week, beginning on the 4th of July, 2013. It was written for violinist Maureen Murchie and friends. Individual parts are available on Academic Commons.

Salute: for Brass Ensemble (TROMBONE)

Anthony J. Elia
This work, titled "Salute," is scored for seven parts/instruments, and is among the works for brass ensemble inspired by the composer's trip to Lawrence, Kansas in late June 2013, where he attended an evening community concert in the downtown park. The seven parts include 2 horns, Piccolo Trumpet (A), Bb Trumpet, Bb Cornet, Trombone, and Bb Tuba. Tempi at discretion of conductor.

String Quartet #7 (First Movement) \"The Fourth of July Quartet\" (VIOLIN 2)

Anthony J. Elia
The String Quartet #7, named "The Fourth of July Quartet" was written over the course of one week, beginning on the 4th of July, 2013. It was written for violinist Maureen Murchie and friends.

String Quartet #7 (Third Movement) \"The Fourth of July Quartet\" (VIOLIN 1)

Anthony J. Elia
The String Quartet #7, named "The Fourth of July Quartet" was written over the course of one week, beginning on the 4th of July, 2013. It was written for violinist Maureen Murchie and friends.

String Quartet #7 (Second Movement) \"The Fourth of July Quartet\" (VIOLIN 2)

Anthony J. Elia
The String Quartet #7, named "The Fourth of July Quartet" was written over the course of one week, beginning on the 4th of July, 2013. It was written for violinist Maureen Murchie and friends.

Sonata #3 for Solo Piano \"The Dodecahedral Sonata\" (PART 1)

Anthony J. Elia
The Piano Sonata #3 (Named the “Dodecahedral Sonata” because of its 12-parts or “sides”) was written in June 2013 for NYC pianist Ishmael Wallace, over the course of ~48 hours. Over the last decade and a half, the composer struggled to complete a full solo piano sonata, attempting several times. While attempts had been made in the late 1990s and early 2000s to write such a piece, it wasn't until 2008, with the Piano Sonata...

Sonata #3 for Solo Piano \"The Dodecahedral Sonata\" (PART 6)

Anthony J. Elia
The Piano Sonata #3 (Named the “Dodecahedral Sonata” because of its 12-parts or “sides”) was written in June 2013 for NYC pianist Ishmael Wallace, over the course of ~48 hours. Over the last decade and a half, the composer struggled to complete a full solo piano sonata, attempting several times. While attempts had been made in the late 1990s and early 2000s to write such a piece, it wasn't until 2008, with the Piano Sonata...

Sonata #3 for Solo Piano \"The Dodecahedral Sonata\" (PART 8)

Anthony J. Elia
The Piano Sonata #3 (Named the “Dodecahedral Sonata” because of its 12-parts or “sides”) was written in June 2013 for NYC pianist Ishmael Wallace, over the course of ~48 hours. Over the last decade and a half, the composer struggled to complete a full solo piano sonata, attempting several times. While attempts had been made in the late 1990s and early 2000s to write such a piece, it wasn't until 2008, with the Piano Sonata...

Sonata #3 for Solo Piano \"The Dodecahedral Sonata\" (PART 11)

Anthony J. Elia
The Piano Sonata #3 (Named the “Dodecahedral Sonata” because of its 12-parts or “sides”) was written in June 2013 for NYC pianist Ishmael Wallace, over the course of ~48 hours. Over the last decade and a half, the composer struggled to complete a full solo piano sonata, attempting several times. While attempts had been made in the late 1990s and early 2000s to write such a piece, it wasn't until 2008, with the Piano Sonata...

Praeludium #4 for Organ

Anthony J. Elia
These short preludes (Lat. “praeludia”) are written for solo (pipe) organ. The composer aimed at composing at least 25 “praeludia” for this particular set during the summer of 2013. Unless otherwise indicated, tempi may be taken at the discretion of the performer.

Praeludium #9 for Organ

Anthony J. Elia
These short preludes (Lat. “praeludia”) are written for solo (pipe) organ. The composer aimed at composing at least 25 “praeludia” for this particular set during the summer of 2013. Unless otherwise indicated, tempi may be taken at the discretion of the performer.

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