Organ Works

Works on Hymn Tunes

Three Preludes on Lyons - Prelude, Offertory, and Postlude

not difficult to play

Four Preludes on Hymns of the Church - quiet pieces for service use

O Sacred Head - Dundee - Lord, Keep Us Steadfast - Pange lingua

Five Preludes on Lobe den Herren - suitable for service or recital

Canon - Meditation - Scherzo - Interlude - Toccata

 

Six Choral Preludes on Ton-y-Botel - for service or recital

Giocoso - Cantilena - Canone Doppio - Cadenza - Preghiera - Maestoso

Secular Works

Prelude

Canon

Scherzo

Giocoso

Cadenza

Offertory

Postlude

Meditation

Interlude

Toccata

Cantilena

Canone 

Preghiera

Maestoso

Five Pipe Organ Adventures - short, light-hearted recital pieces

Walls of Sound - Magic Lantern - Pulsar - Mobile - Swing

 

Organ Booklet - Ouverture - For Mood - For Touch - For Pedalling

For Arpeggios - For Polyrthym - For Endurance

"The suite of seven short movements was piquant and engaging."

 The Tuscaloosa News

 

 

Monophonies Flourish - Canto - Branle - Tenore - Battaglia

"…the idea was to write a series of pieces around single strands of music, stripped of all harmony and secondary support. The use of alternationg extremes of register…gave the impression that one was hearing two or three voices."           - San Francisco Chronicle

Odysseya major dramatic work in four contrasting sections

Walls of Sound

Pulsar

Ouverture

For Pedalling

Mobile

Magic Lantern

Swing

For Mood

For Touch

For Arpeggios

For Endurance

Flourish

Tenore

Canto

Branle

Battaglia

Odyssey

Organ Plus

Concerto for Organ, Strings, and Timpani - a neo-baroque work in 

three connected sections

"Above all, it is a polished, strongly constructed piece of considerable dramatic force… Hopefully it will be taken to the breasts of organists and given the repertory status it deserves."   - San Francisco Chronicle

Quodlibet SF 42569 for Organ and Tape 

Dramatic and colorful work. MP3 tracks available for tape part

"Quodlibet pits a witty electronic tape score against the solo organ, with provocative and amusing results."                             - Los Angeles Times

  

Concerto

Quodlibet SF 42569