Updated 12 March 2017

COMPLETE ALPHABETICAL LIST OF WORKS


Aether (1983) 22'
Violin, Piano
First performance: 29 October 1983
The Library of Congress, Washington, DC
János Négyesy, Violin, Cecil Lytle, Piano
Commissioned by The McKim Fund in The Library of Congress
EP66992

SOLO


Again (originally titled Template series one) [rev. 1971-74] (1970) 30'
2 Sopranos, 2 Fl, 2 Tbn, 2 Perc, 2 Db,
Quadraphonic electroacoustic sound, amplification, optional lighting
First performance: 20 July 1970
American Festival, Nuits de la Fondation Maeght, St-Paul-de-Vence
Evenings for New Music Ensemble, Lukas Foss, Conductor
EP66249

ELECTROACOUSTIC


Ambages (1965) 9.5'
Solo Flute
First performance: October 1965
Villa Serbelloni, Bellagio, Karen Reynolds, Flute
EP 06829

SOLO


The Angel of Death (1998-2001) 34'
Solo Piano, Chamber Orchestra,
6-channel computer processed sound
Solo Piano, Fl (Picc), Picc (Fl), Cl, B-cl, Hn, 2 Trp, Tbn, 3 Perc, 2 Vln, Vla, Vc, Db
First performance: 7 June 2001
2001 Agora Festival, Paris
Ensemble Court-circuit, Jean-Marie Cottet, Piano
Pierre-André Valade, Conductor
Commissioned by Ircam for the 2001 Agora Festival, Paris

SOLO WITH ENSEMBLE

AngelSpace (2010) 24'
Real-time interactive computer music
First performance : 5 June 2010
Jacob Sudol, Computer Musician
ICMC, Stony Brook University - SUNY
Stony Brook, New York

ELECTROACOUSTIC


Archipelago (1982-83) 32.5'
Chamber Orchestra (32 players),
4- or 8-channel computer processed sound
2 Fl (2 Picc), 2 Ob (2 Ca), 2 Cl (Cl Eb, B-cl), 2 Bsn (2 Cbsn),
2 Hn, 3 Tpt, 2 Tbn, 1 Tba, 3 Perc, Pf, Ampf Hpd, Hp, Str (3, 0, 2, 2, 2)
First Performance: 15 February 1983
Georges Pompidou Center, Paris
Ensemble Intercontemporain, Péter Eötvös, Conductor
Commissioned by Mme Pierre Schlumberger for Ircam
EP66956

INSTRUMENTAL ENSEMBLE

2 Archipelago Islands:
Summer Island (Islands from Archipelago: I) (1984) 11'30"
Solo Oboe, Quadraphonic computer processed sound
Autumn Island (Islands from Archipelago: II) (1986) 13'
Solo Marimba
SOLO


Ariadne's Thread (1994) 16'
String Quartet, Computer generated sound
(stereophonic and quadraphonic versions)
First performance: 2 December 1994
Messiaen Hall, Radio France, Paris, Arditti Quartet
Commissioned by Radio France,
The Florence Gould Foundation, and Les Ateliers UPIC
EP67677

STRING ENSEMBLE


Aspiration (2004-2005) 20-22'
Solo Violin, Chamber Orchestra (14 players)
Solo Violin, Fl (Picc), Cl, B-cl, Bsn (C-bsn), Hn, Trp, Tbn, Perc, Pf, 2 Vln, Vla, Vc, Db
First performance: 5 October 2006
Norwegian Academy of Music
Ultima Festival, Oslo
Irvine Arditti, Violin, Oslo Sinfonietta,
Christian Eggen, Conductor
Written for Irvine Arditti
Commissioned by the Oslo Sinfonietta and the Nouvel Ensemble Moderne of Montréal

SOLO WITH ENSEMBLE


Autumn Island (Islands from Archipelago: II) (1986) 13'
Solo Marimba
First performance: 7 November 1986
Kennedy Center, Washington, DC, Gordon Stout, Marimba
National Endowment for the Arts Consortium Award
EP67191

SOLO


The Behavior of Mirrors (1985-1986) 6.5'
Solo Guitar
First performance: 9 February 1986
92nd Street Y, New York, David Starobin, Guitar
Commissioned by David Starobin
EP67096

SOLO


...between... (1968) 17'
2 Fl, 2 Ob, 2 Cl, 2 Bsn, 2 Hn, 2 Tpt, 2 Tbn, Perc, Pf, Str,
Live electronic processing (ring modulator,
Sound distribution device, function generator)
First performance: 10 March 1970
Music Educators National Conference, Chicago
Hope College Symphonette, Harrison Ryker, Conductor
Commissioned by Hope College
EP66248
INSTRUMENTAL ENSEMBLE


Blind Men (1966) 16'
24-voice Mixed Chorus, Chamber Ensemble
3 Tpt, 2 Tbn, B-tbn, Tba, 2 Perc, Pf
Text extracted from Journal up the Straights by Herman Melville
First performance: 15 August 1966
Berkshire Music Festival, Lenox
Tanglewood Choir, Iva Dee Hiatt, Conductor
Commissioned by the Fromm Foundation
EP06826

VOICE(S) AND INSTRUMENT(S)


...brain ablaze...she howled aloud (2000-2003) 22'
One, two, or three Piccolos, Computer processed sound, Real-time computer spatialization
First performance with three piccolos and European premiere: 6 May 2003
Anne La Berge, Carin Levine, Jäckle Burkhard, Piccolos
Roger Reynolds, Computer spatialization and processing
Bavarian Radio/Musica Viva
Munich, Germany


First performance with two piccolos: 14 June 2000
John Fonville, Rachel Rudich, Piccolos,
Christopher Mercer, Computer spatialization and processing
June in Buffalo, New York
Commissioned by June in Buffalo

INSTRUMENTAL ENSEMBLE


Coconino...a shattered landscape [rev. 1993] (1985) 19'
String Quartet
First performance: 10 November 1985
Almeida Festival, London, Arditti Quartet
Commissioned by the Arditti Quartet
EP67095
STRING ENSEMBLE


Colombi Daydream (2010) 7'45"
Solo Cello
First performance: 12 February 2011
Mystery Variations (31 short works based on the Chiacona by Giuseppe Colombi)
Anssi Karttunen, Cello
Festival Présences (Radio France), Théâtre du Châtelet
Paris
SOLO


Compass (1972-73) 30'
Tenor, Bass, Vc, Db, Quadraphonic electroacoustic sound,
35mm slide projections by Jerry Uelsmann
Text on the poem by Jorge Luis Borges
First performance: 7 March 1974
Theatre Vanguard, Los Angeles
Howard Crook, Tenor, Philip Larson, Bass,
Peter Farrell, Cello, Bertram Turetzky, Double Bass
Commissioned by the Judith S. Stark Foundation
EP66250

VOICE(S) AND INSTRUMENT(S)


Consider (2004) 8'30"
Tenor and French horn
Text: adapted by the composer from a prose poem by Paul Aster
First performances: 12, 13 September 2004
Thomas Meglioranza, Baritone, William Purvis, French horn
"Works & Process", Guggenheim Museum, New York
VOICE(S) AND INSTRUMENT(S)


A Crimson Path (2000-2008) 26'30"
Cello and Piano
First performance (movements I and III): 29 September 2000
Rohan de Saram, Cello, Druvi de Saram, Piano
Parma, Italy

First performance (movement I): 10 May 2000
Rencontres d'ensembles de violoncelles, Beauvais, France
Rohan de Saram, Cello, Druvi de Saram, Piano
Movement I commissioned by Rencontres d'ensembles de violoncelles

First performance of complete version (movements I, II, III): 15 November 2002
Christopher Roy, Cello, Pascale Berthelot, Piano
Why Note? Festival
Dijon, France
Complete version commissioned by the Why Note? Festival in Dijon
EP68048


This work is co-commissioned by Rencontres d'ensemble de violoncelles in Beauvais
and by the Why Note? Festival in Dijon

NB The complete revised version has not yet been premiered (2015)
SOLO


Dionysus (1990) 14.5'
Chamber Ensemble (8 players)
Fl (Picc), Cl (B-cl), Hn, Tpt, B-tbn, Perc, Pf, Db
First performance: 1 July 1990
Music of Our Time, Indiana University, Bloomington
New Music Ensemble, Harvey Sollberger, Conductor
Commissioned by Indiana University
EP67371

INSTRUMENTAL ENSEMBLE


Dreaming (1992) 24.5'
2 Fl, Picc, 3 Ob, 3 Cl (II = Cl Eb, III = B-cl), 2 Bsn, Cbsn,
3 Hn, 3 Tpt, 3 Tbn (III = B-tbn), Tba, Stereophonic tape,
Perc, Timp, Pf, Hp, Str
First performance: 10 January 1993
Carnegie Hall, New York City
American Composers Orchestra, Dennis Russell Davies, Conductor
American Composers Orchestra Co-Commission
with funds provided by the Meet The Composer/
Reader's Digest Commissioning Program
EP67506

ORCHESTRA


Dream Mirror (2010)
Solo Guitar and Solo Computer
First Performance: 1 April 2011
Pablo Gómez Cano, Guitar, Jaime Oliver, Computer
"Music of Roger Reynolds"
Centro Mexicano para la Música y Artes Sonoras Conservatorio de las Rosas
Morelia, Mexico

SOLO
TECHNICAL MANUAL
Four Real-Time Algorithms, Roger Reynolds (with Jaime E. Oliver and Paul Hembree) (2015)
Technical manual for the use of software in the works of Roger Reynolds (SEASONS: Cycle 1, Dream Mirror, MARKed MUSIC, Toward Another World, Positings, george WASHINGTON, FLiGHT, "Shifting, Drifting")
EP68491


The Dream of the Infinite Rooms (1986) 24'
Solo Cello, Orchestra, Quadraphonic computer processed sound
2 Fl (II = Picc), 2 Ob (II = Ca), 2 Cl (II = B-cl), 2 Bsn,
2 Hn, 2 Tpt, 2 Tbn (II = B-tbn), 2 Perc, Pf, Str
First performance: 2 March 1987
Cleveland Chamber Symphony
Cleveland, Ohio
Regina Mushabac, Cello, Edwin London, Conductor
Commissioned by the Cleveland Chamber Symphony
EP67168

ORCHESTRA


Eclipse [Voicespace III] MULTIMEDIA VERSION (with video) (1979) 16:48'
Quadraphonic computer generated and processed sound,
Electronic vocal work
Video images by Ed Emshwiller
Text fragments by Issa, Melville, Stevens,
Borges (The Moon, The Other Tiger ["...in the sun or deceptive moonlight..."]),
Joyce, García Márquez
Recorded Voices: Carol Plantamura, Philip Larson
Recordings: Roger Reynolds
Technical assistance: Loren Rush
First performance with video, slides, film: 31 January 1980 [25']
First Intermedia Art Festival, Guggenheim Museum, New York City
Commissioned by The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum
EP67010A
MULTIMEDIA


Eclipse [Voicespace III] ELECTROACOUSTIC VERSION (1979) 16:10'
Electroacoustic vocal work
Quadraphonic computer generated and processed sound,
Electronically processed voices
Text: fragments by Issa, Melville, Stevens,
Borges (The Moon, The Other Tiger ["...in the sun or deceptive moonlight..."]),
Joyce, García Márquez
Recorded Voices: Carol Plantamura, Philip Larson
Recordings: Roger Reynolds
Technical assistance: Loren Rush
First performance: 18 February 1982
Symphony Space, New York City
(Concert in honor of Ross Lee Finney)
Commissioned by The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum
EP67010B

ELECTROACOUSTIC


Elegy – for Toru Takemitsu (1996) 7'
Solo Flute, Percussion, String Orchestra
First performance: 15 May 1996
Mandeville Center for the Arts, La Jolla
Sonor Ensemble, Harvey Sollberger, Flute, John Fonville, Conductor
EP67738

ORCHESTRA


Elliott (2007-2008) 11.5'
String Quartet
Dedication Piece
First performance: 25 January 2008
Arditti Quartet
Cité de la musique, Paris
Commissioned by the Cité de la musique in honor of Elliott Carter
EP68274

STRING ENSEMBLE


The Emperor of Ice-Cream [rev. 1974] (1961-62) 15.5'
(Staged) 8 Voices, Perc, Pf, Db
Text: poem The Emperor of Ice-Cream by Wallace Stevens
First performance staged [premiere]: 27 April 1965
Nuova Consonanza Festival, Rome, Daniele Paris, Conductor
First performance without staging: 19 March 1965
20th Century Innovations, New York City, Gunther Schuller, conductor
EP06616

MUSIC FOR THEATER


Epigram and Evolution (1960) 9'
Solo Piano
First performance: 4 March 1961
ONCE Festival, Ann Arbor, Robert Ashley, Piano
EP6618

PIANO


Fantasy for Pianist (1964) 19'
Solo Piano
First performance: 26 September 1965
Warsaw Autumn Festival, John Tilbury, Piano
EP06612

PIANO


Fiery Wind (1977) 17.5'
2 Fl (II = Picc), Picc, Ob, Ca, Cl Eb, Cl, Bsn, Cbsn,
3 Hn, 3 Tpt, 2 Tbn, B-tbn, Tba, 4 Perc, Pf, Str
First performance: 13 February 1978
American Composers Orchestra
Lincoln Center, New York
Dennis Russell Davies, Conductor
Commissioned by the Contemporary Music Society, Inc., New York
EP66765

ORCHESTRA

FLiGHT (2012-2016)
I Imagining, II Preparing, III Experiencing, and IV Perspective
String Quartet, A Montage of Texts Assembled by the Composer (pre-recorded and spatialized), centering on human aspirations for flight which span centuries and culture,
Multiple projection surfaces, Real-time Algorithmic sound processing, Multichannel sound distribution
JACK Quartet
Ross Karre, Visual design, Paul Hembree, Audio design
Recorded speakers: Eva Barnes, Lowell Gaspar, Carla Harting, Jack Mikesell
Robert Castro, Staging
First performance (complete): 30-31 October 2016
The Park Avenue Armory, New York

FLiGHT is commissioned by the JACK Quartet with the National Gallery of Art.
Partners include the James Madison University, The Phillips Collection, Mount Tremper Arts,
the University of California, the Dean of Arts and Humanities at UCSD, the Department of
Music at UCSD, the ATLAS Institute at the University of Colorado Boulder, the Park Avenue
Armory, the National Air and Space Museum of the Smithsonian Institution, the San Diego
Air and Space Museum, Caltech’s NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory.

TECHNICAL MANUAL
Four Real-Time Algorithms, Roger Reynolds (with Jaime E. Oliver and Paul Hembree) (2015)
Technical manual for the use of software in the works of Roger Reynolds (SEASONS: Cycle 1, Dream Mirror, MARKed MUSIC, Toward Another World, Positings, george WASHINGTON, FLiGHT, "Shifting, Drifting")
EP68491


Focus a beam, emptied of thinking, outward... (1989) 11'
Solo Cello
First performance: 27 February 1992
Merkin Concert Hall, New York, Rohan de Saram, Cello
EP 67313

SOLO


...from behind the unreasoning mask (1974-75) 17'
Trombone, Percussion (+ Assistant),
Quadraphonic electroacoustic sound
First performance: 29 January 1975
Fifth Annual Contemporary Music Festival, Las Vegas
Ted Grove, Trombone, Jean-Charles François, Percussion,
Roger Reynolds, Assistant
EP66251

INSTRUMENTAL ENSEMBLE


Gathering (1965) 10'
Woodwind Quintet
First performance: 12 July 1966
Holland Festival, Amsterdam, Danzi Quintet
EP6828

INSTRUMENTAL ENSEMBLE


george WASHINGTON
(2012-2013) 24'
Orchestra, 3 Narrators, Video projection,
Real-time sound processing and spatialization
2 Fl (Picc), Al-fl, 2 Ob, Ca, 2 Cl, B-cl, Cbs-cl, 2 Bsn, Cbsn,
4 Hn, 3 Tpt, 2 Tbn, B-tbn, Tba, 3 Perc, Pf, Hp,
Strings in traditional 5 sections
Ross Karre, Videographer; Jaime Oliver, Computer Cues; Josef Kucera, Sound Design
First performances: 3, 4, 5 October 2013
National Symphony Orchestra, Christoph Eschenbach, Conductor
Clark Young, Thomas Keegan, Philip Larson, Narrators
John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts
Washington, DC
Co-commissioned by the National Symphony Orchestra through
a grant from the John and June Hechinger Commissioning Fund for
New Orchestral Works, the Mount Vernon Ladies' Association,
and the University of California
EP68437

MULTIMEDIA
TECHNICAL MANUAL
Four Real-Time Algorithms, Roger Reynolds (with Jaime E. Oliver and Paul Hembree) (2015)
Technical manual for the use of software in the works of Roger Reynolds (SEASONS: Cycle 1, Dream Mirror, MARKed MUSIC, Toward Another World, Positings, george WASHINGTON, FLiGHT, "Shifting, Drifting")
EP68491


Graffiti (1965) 9'
3 Fl (II, III = Picc), 3 Ob, 3 Cl, 3 Bsn,
4 Hn, 3 Tpt, 3 Tbn, Tba, Timp, Perc, Pf, 2 Hp, Str
First performance: 2 May 1965
Seattle, Washington
Seattle Symphony Orchestra, Milton Katims, Conductor
Commissioned by the Rockefeller Foundation
EP6622

ORCHESTRA


ILLUSION (2005-2006) 60'
2 Actors, Baritone, High Soprano
Solo Picc, Solo Cl, Solo Vc, Chamber Ensemble,
8-channel computer processed sound, Staging
Text: assembled by the composer from Aeschylus and Euripides
First performance: 9 May 2006
Esa-Pekka Salonen and the Los Angeles Philharmonic New Music Group
Hila Plitmann, Soprano, Troy Cook, Baritone,
Melinda Page Hamilton, Speaker, Tim Monsion, Speaker
Josef Kucera, Richard Bugg, Sound projection,
Pei Xiang, Musical assistant
with a real-time multichannel environment in the foyers preceding and following the performance
Sarah Jackson, Piccolo, Lorin Levee, Clarinet, David Garrett, Cello
Walt Disney Concert Hall, Los Angeles
Commissioned by the Los Angeles Philharmonic New Music Group and
The Koussevitzky Music Foundations,
and supported by The Rockefeller Foundation MAP Fund
and the University of California, San Diego
EP#68125R
MUSIC FOR THEATER


The Image Machine (2005) 25'
Real-time interactive computer music
Roger Reynolds, Computer, Pei Xiang, Musical assistant
First performance: 6 October 2005
Roger Reynolds, computer
Ultima Festival, Oslo

ELECTROACOUSTIC


imagE/cello & imAge/cello (2007) 5' and 4'30"
Solo Cello
First performance [imagE/cello]: 3 March 2007
Alexis Descharmes, Cello
30 ans > 30 créations
Cité de la musique, Paris


First performance [imAge/cello]: 14 May 2007
Alexis Descharmes, Cello
Rencontres d'Ensembles de Violoncelles
Beauvais, France

First performance of the pair: 2 March 2010
Alexis Descharmes, Cello
La Maison Française, Washington, DC
A part of the CHANGES: Seasons Festival in Washington, DC
May be performed separately. EP68223A (imAge) and EP68223B (imagE)
STRING ENSEMBLE


imagE/contrabass (2008)
Solo Contrabass
First performance:: 23 November 2008
Solo Contrabass
Mark Dresser, Contrabass
The Stone, New York City
STRING ENSEMBLE


imAge/contrabass (2010)
Solo Contrabass
First performance of the pair: 24 March 2010
Mark Dresser, Contrabass
New Music for Contrabass
Mark Dresser, Marc Marder, Ensemble Terra Nova
Hawai'i Contrabass Festival
Fresh Café, 831 Queen Street
Honolulu, Hawai'i
STRING ENSEMBLE


imAge/flute (2014)
Solo Flute
First performance:: 19 November 2014
Rachel Beetz, Flute
XI FESTIVAL Internacional de MÚSICA NUEVA Monterrey 2014
Teatro del Centro de las Artes
Monterrey, México

SOLO


imagE/flute (2009)
Solo Flute
First performance: 9 May 2012
Rachel Beetz, Flute
Conrad Prebys Concert Hall
La Jolla, California
SOLO


imagE/piano & imAge/piano (2007-2008) 2' and 4'
Solo Piano
First performance [imagE/piano]: 8 December 2007
Eric Huebner, Piano
Chelsea Art Museum, New York City
First performance [imAge/piano]: 20 May 2008
Eric Huebner, Piano
Tenri Cultural Institute, New York City
May be performed separately. EP68224a (imagE) & EP68224b (imAge)

PIANO


imAge/guitar & imagE/guitar (2009)
Solo Guitar
First performance: 3 March 2011
Pablo Gómez Cano, Guitar
The Phillips Collection
Washington, DC
SOLO


imagE/viola
(2012) 6'30"
Solo Viola
First performance: 6 December 2012
John Pickford Richards, Viola
John Knowles Paine Concert Hall
Harvard University, Cambridge
STRING ENSEMBLE


imAge/viola (2014)
Solo Viola
First performance and first performance of the pair (imagE/viola & imAge/viola): 5 April 2015
Mark Menzies, Solo Viola
The Beast, California Institute of the Arts
Valencia, California

STRING ENSEMBLE

imagE/violin & imAge/violin (2015)
Solo Violin
First performance: 29 September 2015
Irvine Arditti, Solo Violin
REDCAT, CalArts Downtown
Los Angeles, California
STRING ENSEMBLE


I/O: A Ritual for 23 Performers (1970) 35-70'
(Staged) 9 Female Voices, 9 Male Mimes, 2 Fl, Cl,
2 Technician/Performers, live electronic processing, projections
First performance: 24 January 1971
Encounter Series, Pasadena
Commissioned by the Pasadena Museum of Art and the
California Institute of Technology
EP66424

MULTIMEDIA


Music for Chekhov's Ivanov (1991) 50'
8-channel computer processed sound
First performance: 3 January 1992
Art Tower Mito, Mito, Japan
Tadashi Suzuki Theatre Company
Commissioned by the Rockefeller Foundation MAP Fund and Art Tower Mito
MUSIC FOR THEATER


The Ivanov Suite (1991) 32:20'
Quadraphonic computer processed sound
(originally in an 8-channel format)
I. Trumpet Dream, II. The Scream, III. Religious Music,
IV. The Brides, V. Piccolo Dream,
VI. Monogatari ("Stories"), VII. Primitive Music
First performance: 5 July 1992
Computer Music Conference/Festival, Delphi, Greece
Commissioned by the Rockefeller Foundation
EP67527

ELECTROACOUSTIC


JUSTICE (1999-2001) 48'
Actress, Soprano, Percussion, Multichannel computer sound,
Real-time spatialization, Staging
Text: assembled by the composer from Aeschylus
First performance (revised version) [premiere]: 30 November 2001
Donnah Welby, Actress, Carmen Pelton, Soprano,
Steven Schick, Percussion, Josef Kucera, Robert Pitt, Peter Otto, Spatialization and dissemination,
Henry Fonte, Director, Martha Mountain, Lighting, K Williams, Manager,
Harvey Sollberger, Musical Advisor
The Great Hall of the The Library of Congress in the Thomas Jefferson Building, Washington, DC
Commissioned by the Julian E. Berla and Freda Hauptman Berla Fund in the Library of Congress
for the celebration of the LOC's Bicentennial in 2000
EP67916

MUSIC FOR THEATER


Kokoro (1991-1992) 18'
Solo Violin
First performance: 30 January 1993
Le Botanique, Brussels, Irvine Arditti, Violin
Commissioned by Irvine Arditti with funds from the British Arts Council
EP 67484

SOLO


last things, I think, to think about (1994) 66'
Bass Baritone, Piano, Stereophonic
computer processed sound, optional 35mm slide projections of text
Text: several poems of John Ashbery
I. I Had Thought, II. The Painter, III. Sonnet,
IV. At North Farm, V. Landscape, VI. Faust,
VII. Hotel Lautréamont, VIII. Myrtle,
IX. Illustration (I and II), and Debit Night,
a poem commissioned for this composition
and recorded by Mr. Ashbery
[The following can be performed out of context:
Sonnet, At North Farm, Faust, Myrtle,
Illustration I, Illustration II.]
First performance: 17 November 1994
Kathryn Bache Miller Theatre, New York
Philip Larson, Bass-Baritone, Aleck Karis, Piano
Commissioned by the Meet The Composer/
Reader's Digest Commission Program
EP67620

VOICE(S) AND INSTRUMENT(S)


Less Than Two (1978) 22'
2 Pf, 2 Perc, Quadraphonic computer generated sound
First performance: 23 February 1979
Library of Congress, Washington, DC
James Freeman, Gilbert Kalish, Pianos,
Raymond DesRoches and Richard Fitz, Percussion
Commissioned by DesRoches, Fitz, Freeman, Kalish
EP66774

INSTRUMENTAL ENSEMBLE


MARKed MUSIC (2011) 18'
Solo Contrabass, Real-time algorithmic transformation
First performance: 25th August 2011
Mark Dresser, Contrabass, Jaime Oliver, Computer
The Stone, New York City
SOLO AND ENSEMBLE
TECHNICAL MANUAL
Four Real-Time Algorithms, Roger Reynolds (with Jaime E. Oliver and Paul Hembree) (2015)
Technical manual for the use of software in the works of Roger Reynolds (SEASONS: Cycle 1, Dream Mirror, MARKed MUSIC, Toward Another World, Positings, george WASHINGTON, FLiGHT, "Shifting, Drifting")
EP68491


Masks (1965) 25'
8-part Mixed Chorus, Orchestra
2 Fl (II = Picc), 2 Ob, 2 Cl (II = Cl Eb), 2 Bsn,
4 Hn, 2 Tpt, 2 Tbn, Tba, Timp, Perc, 2 Pf, Str
Texts culled from the works of Herman Melville, principally Moby Dick, and Mardi
EP6827
ORCHESTRA


A Merciful Coincidence [Voicespace II] THEATRICAL VERSION (1976) 36'
Music theater for three vocalists, Electroacoustic montage
Text: extract from Watt, a novel by Samuel Beckett
First performance with vocalists: 9 June 1976
Festival International de Musique Expérimentale, Bourges
Extended Vocal Techniques Ensemble
Commissioned by a National Endowment for the Arts Award
EP67807A

MUSIC FOR THEATER


A Merciful Coincidence
[Voicespace II] ELECTROACOUSTIC VERSION (1976) 35:47'
Quadraphonic vocal montage
Text: extract from Watt, a novel by Samuel Beckett
First performance electroacoustic version: 11 December 1976
Currents Series, Theatre Vanguard, Los Angeles
Commissioned by a National Endowment for the Arts Award
EP67807B

ELECTROACOUSTIC


Mistral (1984-1985) 21'
2 Tpt, 2 Tbn, 2 Hn, Amp Hpd, 2 Vln, 2 Vc, 2 Db
First performance: 12 February 1985
Symphony Space, New York City
The Group for Contemporary Music, Harvey Sollberger, Conductor
Commissioned by The Group for Contemporary Music and the
Lontano Ensemble of London, Odaline de la Martinez, Director
EP67038

INSTRUMENTAL ENSEMBLE


Mosaic (1962) 10'
Solo Flute (Piccolo), Piano
First performance: 25 May 1962
ONCE Event, Michigan State University, Lansing
Karen Hill, Flute (Piccolo), Bob James, Piano
EP 6620

SOLO


not forgotten (2007-2010)
in six movements: Giverny, Toru, Elliott, Ryoanji, Iannis, Now
String Quartet
First performance: 23 April 2010
Arditti Quartet
Wittener Tage
Witten, Germany
Commissioned by the Siemens Foundation with the cooperation
of the West German Radio, and the Cité de la musique
EP68298
STRING ENSEMBLE


Not Only Night (1988) 10'
Soprano, Fl (Picc), Cl Eb (B-cl), Pf, Vl, Vc,
Stereophonic computer processed sound
Text: O. E. Hartleben's translations from Pierrot Lunaire
by Albert Giraud of Abend, and Morgen
First performance: 7 November 1988
Monday Evening Concerts, Los Angeles County Museum of Art
New York New Music Ensemble, Christine Schadeberg, Soprano,
Robert Black, Conductor
Commissioned by the Schoenberg Institute
EP67266

VOICE(S) AND INSTUMENT(S)


Odyssey (originally titled Entre le galet et la dune) (1989-93) 75'
Mezzo Soprano, Bass Baritone, Ensemble (16 players),
8-channel [4 + 4] computer processed sound, lighting
Fl (Picc), Ob, Cl, Bsn (Cbsn), Hn, Tpt, Tbn,
B-tbn, 3 Perc, Pf, 2 Vl, Vc, Db
Texts by Samuel Beckett: I. they come,
II. what would I do, III. my way is in the sand,
IV. section IX. from Texts for Nothing
First performance: 17 June 1993
Georges Pompidou Center, Paris
Ensemble Intercontemporain, David Robertson, Conductor
Commissioned by Ircam
EP67370

VOICE(S) AND INSTUMENT(S)

Of this Word’s being … heard / not heard (2014) 10'
Soprano, Flute, Piano, Percussion
Text: from the writings of Heraclitus, as assembled by the composer
First performance: 20 September 2014
First American performance: 29 September 2014, La Jolla
Ensemble Echoi
Alice Teyssier, Soprano, Ine Vanoeveren, Flute,
Brendan Nguyen, Piano, Jonathan Hepfer, Percussion
Musica Sacra Maastricht, Maastricht, The Netherlands
Commissioned by Musica Sacra Maastricht
INSTRUMENTAL ENSEMBLE


Only Now, and Again (1977) 11'
Fl, 2 Picc, Ob, Cl Eb, Cb-cl, A-sax, Bsn, Cbsn,
Hn, 4 Tpt, 2 Tbn, 2 B-tbn, 2 Tba, 3 Perc, Pf
First performance: 6 May 1977
National Association of Wind Ensembles
NIU Wind Ensemble, Larry Livingston, conductor
Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Commissioned by the Fromm Foundation at Harvard and the
Northern Illinois University Wind Ensemble
EP66720

INSTRUMENTAL ENSEMBLE


On the Balance of Things (1996-98) 24'
Solo Oboe, Fl (Picc), Cl (B-cl), Trp, Perc, Vln, Vc,
Stereophonic computer processed sound, Dance component (optional)
Text: fragments from four poems by Elizabeth Bishop
I. A Summer's Day, II. Questions of Travel,
III. Anaphora, IV. The Monument
Recorded voice: Lucinda Childs
First performance DANCE VERSION: 16 January 1998
Cité de la Musique, Paris
Ensemble Intercontemporain, László Hadady, Oboe,
Lucinda Childs, Dancer/Choreographer,
Anne Manson, Conductor
Commissioned by Meet The Composer
for the Lucinda Childs Dance Company
EP67770

SOLO WITH ENSEMBLE


OPPOrTuniTy (2012)
Solo Piano
Margaret Leng Tan, Pianist/Voice
First performance: 9 September 2012
National Gallery of Art, East Building Atrium
Washington, DC
Commissioned by the John Cage Centennial Festival Washington, DC
PIANO


The Palace [Voicespace IV] (1978-80) 16'
(Modest staging) Bass Baritone, Quadraphonic
computer processed sound
Text: poem The Palace of Jorge Luis Borges
First performance: 28 February 1981
Contemporary Music Festival 1981, CalArts, Los Angeles
Philip Larson, Bass Baritone
Commissioned by a National Endowment for the Arts Award
EP66856

SOLO

PASSAGE 1: "Responsibility, Alliances, Collaboration, Realization, Resource, Mastery, Reward, Futures, Chance, Serendipity, Loyalty" (referencing Takahashi and Xenakis, Carter, Arditti, Weisberg, and Takemitsu) (2009)
Intermedia Performance by Roger Reynolds
Performance date: 1 December 2009
Mike Gao, Technical support
204 inFocus Seminar, Experimental Theater
Conrad Prebys Music Center, University of California at San Diego, La Jolla, California

For inquiries regarding PASSAGE presentations, contact Gene Caprioglio at C.F. Peters Corp., NY

INTERMEDIA

PASSAGE 2: "Benediction, Sharing, Legacy, Public Exposure, Seasons, The Sublime" (referencing Xenakis, Cage, Schick, Poetry, and Barnett Newman) (2010)
Intermedia Performance by Roger Reynolds
Performance date: 20 May 2010
Autumn Island (Islands from Archipelago: II) (Solo Marimba), Brian Archinal
Jaime Oliver, Technical Support
Calit2 Black Box Theater, Atkinson Hall
University of California at San Diego, La Jolla, California

For inquiries regarding PASSAGE presentations, contact Gene Caprioglio at C.F. Peters Corp., NY
INTERMEDIA

PASSAGE 3: "Going First Class, Perilous Consideration, Subconscious Craft, Anotherworldly Intersection, Unnatural Experience, The Source of Force, Memorability, Differences" (referencing Feldman, Varèse, Gerhard, Takemitsu, Xenakis, Carter, and Copland) (2010)
Intermedia Performance by Roger Reynolds
Performance date: 3 June 2010
With Irvine Arditti and Lucas Fels
Jaime Oliver, Technical Support
June in Buffalo, 35th Anniversary
Baird Concert Hall, University at Buffalo- SUNY

For inquiries regarding PASSAGE presentations, contact Gene Caprioglio at C.F. Peters Corp., NY

INTERMEDIA

PASSAGE 4: "Alliances, Understanding the Context, Benediction, Sharing, Collaboration, Loyalty, Memorability, Mission" (referencing Takahashi and Xenakis, Cage, Takemitsu, Ashley, Mumma, Scavarda, Daugherty, and George Washington) (2010)
Intermedia Performance by Roger Reynolds
Performance date: 3 November 2010
ONCE. MORE. Festival
Rackham Lecture Hall, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan

For inquiries regarding PASSAGE presentations, contact Gene Caprioglio at C.F. Peters Corp., NY
INTERMEDIA

PASSAGE 5: "Theories and Experience, Alliances, Responsibility, What Is Needed, Intention, Loyalty, Memorability, The Sublime, Anotherworldly Intersection, Seasons" (referencing Form and Method, Takahashi and Xenakis, Takemitsu, Carter, and Barnett Newman) (2011)
Intermedia Performance by Roger Reynolds
Performance date: 11 May 2011
Schoenberg Hall, University of California, Los Angeles

For inquiries regarding PASSAGE presentations, contact Gene Caprioglio at C.F. Peters Corp., NY

INTERMEDIA

PASSAGE 6: "Theories and Experience, The Source of Force, Collaboration, Alliances, Anotherworldly Intersection, Chance and Determinacy, The Right Amount, What Is Needed, Memorability, Context or Features?, Loyalty, Benediction" (referencing Mind Models, Takahashi and Xenakis, Takemitsu, Cage, Tiensuu, and Kandinsky) (2011)
Intermedia Performance by Roger Reynolds
Performance date: 13 July 2011
Toward Another World (Solo Clarinet with Computer sound), Bill Kalinkos, Clarinet
Jaime Oliver, Technical support
MIZZOU New Music Summer Festival
Whitmore Recital Hall, University of Missouri
Columbia, Missouri


For inquiries regarding PASSAGE presentations, contact Gene Caprioglio at C.F. Peters Corp., NY
INTERMEDIA


PASSAGE 7: "John Cage – incidents, texts, conversations, and music" (2012)
Intermedia Performance by Roger Reynolds
ILLUMINATIONs 5, Intermedia Lecture Event, John Cage Centennial Festival Washington, DC
Performance date: 9 September 2012
Jenny Lin, Guest Pianist, SEASONS (excerpts), Quest (complete), and ONE (complete)
Jaime Oliver, Technical assistance
National Gallery of Art, East Building Auditorium
Washington, DC

For inquiries regarding PASSAGE presentations, contact Gene Caprioglio at C.F. Peters Corp., NY
INTERMEDIA


PASSAGE 8: "On Learning, Varèse, Cage, Ashley, Musical Experience, and Intermedia" (2012)
Intermedia Performance by Roger Reynolds
Performance date: 6 December 2012
Paul Hembree, Technical support
imagE/viola, John Pickford Richards, Viola

Toward Another World (Solo Clarinet with Computer sound), Bill Kalinkos, Clarinet
John Knowles Paine Concert Hall
Harvard University, Cambridge


For inquiries regarding PASSAGE presentations, contact Gene Caprioglio at C.F. Peters Corp., NY
INTERMEDIA


PASSAGE 9
: "Collaboration, Xenakis, Cage, Takemitsu, the Sublime, and Aesthetic Experience" (2012-2013)
Intermedia Performance by Roger Reynolds
Texts: Roger Reynolds
Image preparation: Paul Hembree
Recording of texts: Paul Hembree
Tadashi Suzuki’s production of Chekhov’s Ivanov (excerpt), Music by Roger Reynolds

On screen:
[Tadashi Suzuki’s production of Chekhov’s Ivanov (NHK recorded excerpt), Music by Roger Reynolds],
[MARKed MUSIC (excerpt) performed by Mark Dresser (Contrabass) and
Paul Hembree (Real-time algorithmic sound processing)
Audio recording and editing: Michael Ricca
Editing: Ross Karre, Kyle Johnson, and Frankie Martin]

Performance date: 13 March 2013
Chatter/Clatter, Steven Schick (Percussion) and Paul Hembree (Computer musician)
imagE/flute, Rachel Beetz, Flute
Conrad Prebys Concert Hall, Conrad Prebys Music Center
University of California, San Diego
La Jolla, California


For inquiries regarding PASSAGE presentations, contact Gene Caprioglio at C.F. Peters Corp., NY
INTERMEDIA


Passage 10
: "Musings on “Good Lives”: Relationships, Sustenance, Aspirations –
Truth, Secrets, Boundaries, Purpose, Flight" (2013-2014) 58'53'
Narrated by Roger Reynolds
"In this series, eight of UC San Diego's finest teachers and scholars share their pursuit of 'The Good Life'."
Performance date: 3 March 2014
Montaged words of Reynolds, Lucretius, John Ashbery, Milan Kundera, Richard Wilbur, Emily Dickinson, Roberto Bolaño
Text reading: Roger Reynolds
Paul Hembree, Technical support, image preparation, text recording, spatialization
Conrad Prebys Concert Hall
Conrad Prebys Music Center
University of California, San Diego La Jolla, California

For inquiries regarding PASSAGE presentations, contact Gene Caprioglio at C.F. Peters Corp., NY
INTERMEDIA


Personae
(1989-1990) 26'
Solo Violin, Chamber Ensemble,
Stereophonic or Quadraphonic computer processed sound
Fl (Picc), Cl (B-cl), Hn, B-tbn, Perc, Pf, Vla, Vc, Db
First performance: 28 March 1991
Kathryn Bache Miller Theatre, New York
János Négyesy, Violin, Sonor Ensemble, Rand Steiger, Conductor
EP67321

SOLO WITH ENSEMBLE


Piano Etudes, Book I, Complete (2010-11)
1. Barrages
2. Alternation
3. Web
4. Mercurial
5. Persistence
6. Fixities
Solo Piano
First Performance: 11 April 2014
Eric Huebner, Stephen Gosling, Steven Beck, Pianists
(multiple performances of individual etudes)
Barge Music/Talea
New York City
Commissioned by Fromm Music Foundation
PIANO


Ping (1968) 22'
Fl, Perc (Harmonium, Bowed Tam Tam, Bowed Cymbal), Pf,
35mm slide projections by Karen Reynolds,
16mm film by the composer (1968) as restored by Ross Karre (2011),
Quadraphonic electroacoustic sound, live electronic processing
Text: the short story by Samuel Beckett
First performance: 5 June 1968
Orchestral Space '68, Tokyo
Roger Reynolds, Piano, Karen Reynolds, Flute,
Hiroshi Kumagai, Percussion
Akaji Maro, Film Actor
Originally published in SOURCE Magazine, No. 6
EP67806R

MULTIMEDIA


A Portrait of Vanzetti (1962-63) 21'
Narrator, 2 Fl (2 Picc), Cl, 2 Hn, Tpt, Tbn, 2 Perc,
4-channel electroacoustic sound
Text edited by the composer from the letters of Bartolomeo Vanzetti
First performance: 16 February 1963
ONCE Festival, Ann Arbor
Jack O'Brien, Narrator, Donald Scavarda, Conductor
VOICE(S) AND INSTRUMENT(S)


Positings (2013)
Flute/Piccolo, French horn, Violin, Cello, Piano, Real-time sound spatialization
First performance: 2 March 2013
Southwest Chamber Music
Jeff von der Schmidt, Artistic Director
Larry Kaplan, Flute/Piccolo, Andrew Pelletier, French horn,
Lorenz Gamma, Violin, Peter Jacobson, Cello,
Ming Tsu, Piano, Paul Hembree, Computer
Ambassador Auditorium, The Colburn School
Los Angeles
Commissioned for the 25th anniversary of Southwest Chamber Music
by The James Irvine Foundation and the Clarence E. Heller Charitable Foundation
EP68415

ELECTROACOUSTIC
TECHNICAL MANUAL
Four Real-Time Algorithms, Roger Reynolds (with Jaime E. Oliver and Paul Hembree) (2015)
Technical manual for the use of software in the works of Roger Reynolds (SEASONS: Cycle 1, Dream Mirror, MARKed MUSIC, Toward Another World, Positings, george WASHINGTON, FLiGHT, "Shifting, Drifting")
EP68491



Process and Passion (2002) 22'
Violin, Cello, Computer processed sound, Real-time computer spatialization (optional)
First Performance: 15 November 2002
Nicolas Miribel, Violin, Alexis Descharmes, Cello,
Frédéric Voisin, Technical support
Festival Why Note?
Dijon, France
Commissioned by Festival Why Note?
EP68049

STRING ENSEMBLE


The Promises of Darkness (1975) 22'
Fl, Cl, Bsn, Tpt, Hn, Tbn, Perc, Pf, Vln, Vc, Db
First performance: 8 January 1976
Lincoln Center, New York City
Contemporary Chamber Ensemble, Arthur Weisberg, Conductor
Commissioned by Arthur Weisberg
EP66655

INSTRUMENTAL


Quick Are the Mouths of Earth (1964-65) 19'
3 Fl (3 Picc), Ob, Tpt, Tbn, B-tbn, 2 Perc, Pf, 3 Vc
First performance: 24 November 1965
Lincoln Center, New York City
Contemporary Chamber Ensemble, Arthur Weisberg, Conductor
EP6661

INSTRUMENTAL


The Red Act Arias (1997) 47'
Orchestra, Chorus, Narrator, 8-channel computer processed and spatialized
vocal, instrumental, and environmental sound
4 Fl (III, IV = Picc), 3 Ob, Ca, 2 Cl, Cl Eb (Cl), B-cl, 3 Bsn, Cbsn,
4 Hn, 4 Tpt, 3 Tbn, B-tbn, Tba, 4 Perc, Pf, Cel, Hp, Str
Text edited by the composer from Richmond Lattimore's translation of Agamemnon, by Aeschylus
First performance: 4 August 1997
Royal Albert Hall, London
BBC Symphony Orchestra and Singers,
Harriet Walker, Narrator, Leonard Slatkin, Conductor
Commissioned by BBC Radio 3 for the BBC Promenade Concerts
EP67793

ORCHESTRA


The Red Act Arias Suite 2001 (1997-2001) 15'
Multichannel computer processed sound
First performance: 8 May 2001
Warren Lecture Halls – Studio A, University of California, San Diego
First performance (1st version, 1997): 4 May 1998
Programa Musicistas,
Instituto de Artes da Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul,
Porto Alegre, Brazil

ELECTROACOUSTIC

SANCTUARY I (20'), II (32'), III (20') (2003-2007) 75'
Percussion Quartet, Real-time computer processed and spatialized sound, Lighting design
First performance of full work [including SANCTUARY Part III: Song]: 18 November 2007
I.M. Pei's East Wing Atrium, National Gallery of Art
Steven Schick and red fish blue fish ensemble,
Justin DeHart, Ross Karre, Fabio Oliveira, Greg Stuart, Percussionists
Josef Kucera, Peter Otto, Jacob David Sudol, Sound projection
Ian Saxton, Musical assistant,
Gordon Anson and Robert Johnson, Lighting design of the National Gallery of Art,
John Conway, Sound systems at the National Gallery of Art
Presented by Contemporary Music Forum, Steven Antosca, Artistic Director and
Concert Producer (logistical planning and consulting)
at the National Gallery of Art, East Wing Atrium, Washington, DC
     A special program associated with the exhibition "Let the World In:
     Prints by Robert Rauschenberg from the National Gallery of Art and Related Collections"
     at the National Gallery of Art, and made possible by Lockheed Martin Corporation.
SANCTUARY is co-commissioned by red fish blue fish percussion ensemble,
the National Endowment for the Arts, the Contemporary Music Forum,
and the Randy Hostetler Living Room Fund

Pre-premiere performance full work: 16 November 2007 National Gallery of Art]

SANCTUARY Part I: Chatter/Clatter (2007) 20'
First performance: 7 June 2007
Steven Schick, Percussionist
Ian Saxton, Algorithmic computer sound
June in Buffalo Festival
University at Buffalo -
SUNY
EP68083A (Score Part I)
PERCUSSION


SANCTUARY Part II: Oracle (2003-2004) 32'
First performance: 4 June 2004
red fish blue fish: Gustavo Aguilar, Rob Esler, Don Nichols, Mathias Reumert, Percussion,
Pei Xiang, David Camargo, Joseph Sarlo, Computer processing,
Chris Parry, Lighting design
Warren Lecture Halls, Studio A
UCSD, La Jolla
EP68083 (Complete score)
EP68083A (Score Part I)
EP68083B (Score Part II)
EP68083C (Score Part III)
EP68083R (Rental, Technical score and associated materials)

PERCUSSION


SEASONS: Cycle I (2009-2010) 50'
Flute, Bass Clarinet, Violin, Cello, Percussion, Real-time computer sound processing
First performance complete Cycle 1: 7 March 2010
Lisa Cella, Flute, Alexis Descharmes, Cello, Ross Karre, Percussion,
Jaime Oliver, Real-time computer sound processing
National Gallery of Art, DC

SEASONS: Cycle 1 is co-commissioned by New Music Concerts, the Randy Hofstetler Living Room Fund,
National Gallery of Art
EP68300
Movements may be performed separately.

INSTRUMENTAL ENSEMBLE
TECHNICAL MANUAL
Four Real-Time Algorithms, Roger Reynolds (with Jaime E. Oliver and Paul Hembree) (2015)
Technical manual for the use of software in the works of Roger Reynolds (SEASONS: Cycle 1, Dream Mirror, MARKed MUSIC, Toward Another World, Positings, george WASHINGTON, FLiGHT, "Shifting, Drifting")
EP68491



SEASONS: Cycle I a: Of Life and Spring 16'30"
Flute, Cello, Percussion, Real-time computer sound processing
First performance [Of Life and Spring]: 7 May 2009
John Fonville, Flute, Gabrielle Athayle, Cello, Steven Schick, Percussion,
Jaime Oliver, Real-time computer sound processing
Conrad Prebys Music Center, La Jolla

SEASONS: Cycle 1 is co-commissioned by New Music Concerts, the Randy Hofstetler Living Room Fund,
National Gallery of Art

EP68300A
Movements may be performed separately.
INSTRUMENTAL ENSEMBLE


SEASONS: Cycle I b: Understand: Nothing 9'30"
Violin, Bass Clarinet, Percussion, Real-time computer sound processing
First performance [Understanding Nothing]: 7 March 2010
Lina Bahn, Violin, Bill Kalinkos, Bass Clarinet, Ross Karre, Percussion,
Jaime Oliver, Real-time computer sound processing
The National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC
SEASONS: Cycle I is co-commissioned by New Music Concerts, the Randy Hofstetler Living Room Fund,
National Gallery of Art
EP68300B
Movements may be performed separately.

INSTRUMENTAL ENSEMBLE


SEASONS: Cycle I c: With Awe And Tenderness 6'45"
Violin, Bass Clarinet, Percussion, Real-time computer sound processing
First Performance [With Awe and Tenderness]: 7 March 2010
Lina Bahn, Violin, Bill Kalinkos, Bass Clarinet, Ross Karre, Percussion,
Jaime Oliver, Real-time computer sound processing
National Gallery of Art, DC
SEASONS: Cycle I is co-commissioned by New Music Concerts, the Randy Hofstetler Living Room Fund,
National Gallery of Art
EP68300C
Movements may be performed separately.

INSTRUMENTAL ENSEMBLE


Seasons: Cycle I d: A Mind of Winter 16'
Flute, Cello, Percussion, Real-time computer sound processing
First performance: 29 March 2009
New Music Concerts Ensemble
Jaime Oliver, Real-time computer sound processing
"Roger Reynolds and His Protégés"
Isabel Bader Theatre, Toronto, Canada
SEASONS: Cycle I is co-commissioned by New Music Concerts, the Randy Hofstetler Living Room Fund,
National Gallery of Art
EP68300D
Movements may be performed separately.

INSTRUMENTAL ENSEMBLE


SEASONS: Cycle II
(2010-2012) 30'
Soprano, Cl, Ob, Bsn, Tbn, Pf, Vl
First performance [premiere]: 14 July 2011
Susan Naruki, Soprano, Alarm Will Sound, Alan Pierson, Conductor
Missouri Theatre Center for the Arts
MIZZOU New Music Summer Festival
Columbia, Missouri
Commissioned by the National Endowment for the Arts
EP68300
Movements may be performed separately.

VOICE(S) AND INSTRUMENT(S)


SEASONS: Cycle II a: What's To Come 7'
Soprano, Cl, Ob, Pf, Vl
First performance: 14 July 2011
Susan Naruki, Soprano, Alarm Will Sound, Alan Pierson, Conductor
Missouri Theatre Center for the Arts
MIZZOU New Music Summer Festival
Columbia, Missouri
EP68300E
Movements may be performed separately.

VOICE(S) AND INSTRUMENT(S)


SEASONS: Cycle II b: Surprised Accords 7'30"
Soprano, Cl, Ob, Pf, Vl
First performance: 14 July 2011
Susan Naruki, Soprano, Alarm Will Sound, Alan Pierson, Conductor
Missouri Theatre Center for the Arts
MIZZOU New Music Summer Festival
Columbia, Missouri
EP68300F
Movements may be performed separately.

VOICE(S) AND INSTRUMENT(S)


SEASONS: Cycle II c: Something Resides... 5'30"
Soprano, Ob, Bsn, Tbn, Pf
First performance: 14 July 2011
Susan Naruki, Soprano, Alarm Will Sound, Alan Pierson, Conductor
Missouri Theatre Center for the Arts
MIZZOU New Music Summer Festival
Columbia, Missouri
EP68300G
Movements may be performed separately.

VOICE(S) AND INSTRUMENT(S)


SEASONS: Cycle II d: When They Were Gone 8'30"
Soprano, Ob, Bsn, Tbn, Pf
First performance: 14 July 2011
Susan Naruki, Soprano, Alarm Will Sound, Alan Pierson, Conductor
Missouri Theatre Center for the Arts
MIZZOU New Music Summer Festival
Columbia, Missouri
EP68300H
Movements may be performed separately.

VOICE(S) AND INSTRUMENT(S)

SUMMARY:
SEASONS: Cycle I & II (2009-2012)
Cycle I a: Of Life and Spring
Flute, Cello, Percussion, Real-time computer sound processing
Cycle I b: Understand: Nothing
Violin, Bass Clarinet, Percussion, Real-time computer sound processing
Cycle I c: With Awe and Tenderness
Violin, Bass Clarinet, Percussion, Real-time computer sound processing
Cycle I d: A Mind of Winter
Flute, Cello, Percussion, Real-time computer sound processing
INSTRUMENTAL ENSEMBLE

TECHNICAL MANUAL
Four Real-Time Algorithms, Roger Reynolds (with Jaime E. Oliver and Paul Hembree) (2015)
Technical manual for the use of software in the works of Roger Reynolds (SEASONS: Cycle 1, Dream Mirror, MARKed MUSIC, Toward Another World, Positings, george WASHINGTON, FLiGHT, "Shifting, Drifting")
EP68491


Cycle II a: What's To Come
Soprano, Cl, Ob, Pf, Vl
Cycle II b: Surprised Accords
Soprano, Cl, Ob, Pf, Vl
Cycle II c: Something Resides...
Soprano, Ob, Bsn, Tbn, Pf
Cycle II d: When They Were Gone
Soprano, Ob, Bsn, Tbn, Pf
VOICE(S) AND INSTRUMENT(S)


...the serpent-snapping eye... (1978) 20'
Tpt, Perc, Pf, Quadraphonic computer synthesized sound
First performance: 31 January 1979
Mandeville Center for the Arts, La Jolla, Sonor Ensemble,
Edwin Harkins, Trumpet, Jean-Charles François, Percussion, Cecil Lytle, Piano
National Endowment for the Arts Award
EP66821

ELECTROACOUSTIC


Shadowed Narrative (1977-82) 30'
Cl, Pf, Vln, Vc
First performance: 29 March 1982
Carnegie Recital Hall, New York City
The Da Capo Chamber Players
National Endowment for the Arts Award
EP66899

INSTRUMENTAL ENSEMBLE


Shifting/Drifting (2015)
Solo Violin, Solo Computer
First performance: 25 September 2015
Irvine Arditti, Violin, Paul Hembree, Computer
ArtPower
Experimental Theater
Conrad Prebys Music Center
La Jolla, California
ELECTROACOUSTIC
TECHNICAL MANUAL
Four Real-Time Algorithms, Roger Reynolds (with Jaime E. Oliver and Paul Hembree) (2015)
Technical manual for the use of software in the works of Roger Reynolds (SEASONS: Cycle 1, Dream Mirror, MARKed MUSIC, Toward Another World, Positings, george WASHINGTON, FLiGHT, "Shifting, Drifting")
EP68491



Sketchbook (for The Unbearable Lightness of Being) (1985) 30'
Low female voice accompanying herself at the piano,
electronic processing
Text drawn from The Unbearable Lightness of Being, a novel by Milan Kundera
First performance: 14 May 1985
Symphony Space, New York, Joan La Barbara
EP67810

SOLO


String Quartet, 1961 13'
First Performance: 31 July 1961
Tanglewood Music Festival, Lenox String Quartet
EP6623

STRING ENSEMBLE


Still [Voicespace I] (1975) 21'35"
Electroacoustic vocal work
Quadraphonic electroacoustic sound
Text from The Wanderings of Cain by Samuel Taylor Coleridge
First performance: 27 October 1976
Sixth Annual Contemporary Music Festival, Las Vegas
National Endowment for the Arts Award
EP67808

ELECTROACOUSTIC


Submerged Memories (2005-2006) 20'
Narrator, B-cl, Vln, Elect Gtr, Perc,
Electroacoustic processing
Text: from W. G. Sebald's Vertigo and The Rings of Saturn as translated from the German by Michael Hulse
First performance: 31 March 2006
The Paul Dresher Ensemble Electro-Acoustic Band with Tenor/Narrator John Duykers
Project Artaud Theater, San Francisco
Commissioned by the Fromm Music Foundation
for The Paul Dresher Ensemble Electro-Acoustic Band

Visual projections: Leonardo de Vinci's The Annuciation and Portrait of Ginevra de' Benci and Rembrandt's The Anatomy Lesson
First performance with visual components: 20 April 2013
Philip Larson, Narrator, Leah Asher, Violin, Curt Miller, Bass Clarinet, Pablo Gómez Cano,
Electric Guitar, Dustin Donahue, Percussion
Image and sonic montages, Paul Hembree
Initiative for Digital Exploration of Arts & Sciences
Calit2 Theater, Atkinson Hall
La Jolla, California
SOLO WITH ENSEMBLE


Summer Island (Islands from Archipelago: I) (1984) 11'30"
Solo Oboe, Quadraphonic computer processed sound
First performance: 7 November 1984
Interlink Festival, Tokyo, James Ostryniec, Oboe
Commissioned by Randolph S. Rothschild
EP 67097

SOLO


Symphony[Myths] (1990) 21'
4 Fl (III, IV = Picc), 4 Ob (IV = Ca), 3 Cl (III = Cl Eb), B-cl,
4 Bsn (IV = Cbsn), 4 Hn, 4 Tpt, 3 Tbn, B-tbn, Tba, Perc, Pf, Hp, Str
First performance: 25 October 1990
Suntory Hall, Tokyo
Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra, Kotaro Sato, Conductor
Commissioned by Suntory Hall
EP67353

ORCHESTRA


Symphony[The Stages of Life] (1991-92) 28'
3 Fl (II = A-fl, III = Picc), Picc, 3 Ob, Ca, Cl Eb, 2 Cl, B-cl,
3 Bsn, Cbsn, 4 Hn, 4 Tpt, 3 Tbn, B-tbn, Tba, Perc, Hp, Pf, Str
First performance: 29 April 1993
Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, Los Angeles
Los Angeles Philharmonic, Esa-Pekka Salonen, Conductor
Commissioned by The Serge Koussevitzky Music Foundation in
The Library of Congress for Esa-Pekka Salonen and the Los Angeles Philharmonic
EP67530

ORCHESTRA


Symphony[Vertigo] (1987) 23'
Orchestra, Quadraphonic computer processed sound
2 Fl (II = Picc), A-fl, 2 Ob, Ca, 2 Cl (II = Cl Eb), B-cl, 2 Bsn, Cbsn,
4 Hn, 3 Tpt, 2 Tbn, B-tbn, Tba, Perc, Pf, Hp, Str
First performance: 9 December 1987
Davies Hall, San Francisco
San Francisco Symphony, Andrew Massey, Conductor
Written under the auspices of the Systems Development Foundation
EP67198

ORCHESTRA


Thoughts, Places, Dreams (2013) 24'
Solo Cello, Chamber Orchestra
Fl, Cl, Hn, Tbn, Perc, Pf, Vln
First performance: 13 October 2013
Alexis Descharmes, Solo Cello
Ensemble Court-circuit, Jean Deroyer, Conductor
Teatro Piccolo Arsenale
Venice Biennale
Commissioned by the French Ministry of Culture
SOLO WITH ENSEMBLE


Toward Another World
(2010-2011) 16'
Solo clarinet with Computer sound
First performance: 12 July 2011
Bill Kalinkos, Clarinet
Jaime Oliver, Technical support
MIZZOU New Music Summer Festival
Whitmore Recital Hall, University of Missouri
Columbia, Missouri

SOLO
TECHNICAL MANUAL
Four Real-Time Algorithms, Roger Reynolds (with Jaime E. Oliver and Paul Hembree) (2015)
Technical manual for the use of software in the works of Roger Reynolds (SEASONS: Cycle 1, Dream Mirror, MARKed MUSIC, Toward Another World, Positings, george WASHINGTON, FLiGHT, "Shifting, Drifting")
EP68491



Traces (1968) 23'30"
Piano, Fl, Vc, Multichannel electroacoustic sound, (6-channel [3 stereo pairs]), Real-time signal processing
First performance: 15 December 1968
Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, New York
Yuji Takahashi, Piano, Robert Cram, Flute, Marijke Verbene, Cello
(Center for Creative and Performing Arts, University at Buffalo - SUNY)
EP66247

PIANO


Transfigured Wind I (1984) 9'
Solo Flute
First performance: 19 May 2003
Reiko Manabe, Flute
Mandeville Center for the Arts, University of California, San Diego
EP67002A
SOLO


Transfigured Wind II (1984) 35.5'
Solo Flute, Orchestra, Quadraphonic computer processed sound
2 Fl (II = Picc), 2 Ob, 2 Cl, 2 Bsn, 2 Hn, 2 Tpt, 2 Tbn, Tba, 2 Perc, Pf, Str
First performance: 4 June 1984
Horizons '84, New York City, American Composers Orchestra,
Harvey Sollberger, Flute, Charles Wuorinen, Conductor
Written under the auspices of the Systems Development Foundation
EP67002B

ORCHESTRA


Transfigured Wind III (1984) 35.5'
Solo Flute, Chamber Orchestra (14 players),
Quadraphonic computer processed sound
Ob, 2 Cl (I = Cl Eb, II = B-cl), Bsn (Cbsn),
Hn, Tpt, Tbn, 2 Perc, Pf, Vln, Vla, Vc, Db
First performance: 21 June 1984
Olympic Arts Festival, Los Angeles
CalArts New Music Ensemble,
Harvey Sollberger, Flute, Jean-Charles François, Conductor
Written under the auspices of the Systems Development Foundation
EP67002C

SOLO WITH ENSEMBLE


Transfigured Wind IV (1985) 18'
Solo Flute, Quadraphonic computer processed sound
First performance: 10 February 1985
Lincoln Center, New York City, Robert Aitken, Flute
Commissioned by Robert Aitken
EP67002D

SOLO


Threshold (1967-1968) 18'
4 fl (I-IV = Picc), 2 Ob (II = Ca), 3 Cl (III = B-cl), 3 Bsn (III = Cbsn),
4 Hn, 4 Tpt, 4 Tbn (III, IV = B-tbn), 2 Tba, Perc, Pf, Hpd, Hp, Mand, Str
First performance: 7 June 1968
Orchestral Space '68, Tokyo
Japan Philharmonic, Seiji Ozawa, Conductor
EP66246

ORCHESTRA


Two Voices – an allegory (1996) 15.5'
Orchestra, Stereophonic computer processed sound
4 Fl (III, IV = Picc), 3 Ob, Ca, 2 Cl, Cl Eb, B-cl, 3 Bsn, Cbsn,
4 Hn, 4 Tpt, 3 Tbn, B-tbn, Tba, 4 Perc, Pf, Cel, Hp, Str
First performance: 17 October 1997
The Academy of Music, Philadelphia
The Philadelphia Orchestra, Luis Biava, Conductor
Commissioned by The Philadelphia Symphony Orchestra Association,
Wolfgang Sawallisch, Conductor
EP67788

ORCHESTRA


The Vanity of Words [Voicespace V] (1986) 20'12"
Electroacoustic vocal work
Stereophonic computer processed sound
Text drawn from The Unbearable Lightness of Being by Milan Kundera
First performance: 6 June 1987
Festival International de Musique Expérimentale, Bourges
EP67333

ELECTROACOUSTIC


Variation (1988) 22'
Solo Piano
First performance: 3 December 1991
Merkin Concert Hall, New York, Aleck Karis, Piano
Written under the auspices of The Banff Centre for the Arts
EP67294

PIANO


Versions/Stages I-V (1986-91) 25'
Quadraphonic computer processed sound
I. Cello Dream, II. Dionysus (Text: Tadashi Suzuki's
adaptation of Euripides' The Bacchae), III. Waterfall,
IV. Farewell Cult (Text: Tadashi Suzuki's
"The Farewell Cult"), V. Ocean
First presentation: 29 March 1994
Intercambio/Exchange Concerts, CRCA, La Jolla
EP67528

ELECTROACOUSTIC


Vertigo (1985) 19'30"
Quadraphonic computer processed sound
First performance: 25 April 1987
New and Unusual Music, San Francisco
Written under the auspices of the Systems Development Foundation
EP67809

ELECTROACOUSTIC


Vertigo VIDEO VERSION (1985) 16'50" +
Quadraphonic computer processed sound,
Video by Ed Emshwiller
First performance: 3 May 1986
The Pacific Ring Festival, La Jolla
Written under the auspices of the Systems Development Foundation
EP67809a

MULTIMEDIA


Visions (1990-1991) 32'
String Quartet
First performance: 27 May 1992
Music Today, Tokyo, Arditti Quartet
Commissioned by Lincoln Center for the Arditti Quartet
EP67512

STRING ENSEMBLE


SUMMARY:
VOICESPACE (1975-1986)
Voicespace I, Still, Electroacoustic vocal work
Voicespace II, A Merciful Coincidence, Electroacoustic vocal work
(There is also a music MUSIC FOR THEATER version for 3 vocalists and electroacoustic sound.
VOICESPACE II HAS 2 VERSIONS)
Voicespace III, Eclipse, Electroacoustic vocal work
(There is also a MULTIMEDIA version with video by Ed Emshwiller.
VOICESPACE III HAS 2 VERSIONS)
Voicepace IV, The Palace, (Modest staging) Bass Baritone,
        Quadraphonic computer processed sound
Voicespace V, The Vanity of Words. Electroacoustic vocal work


Watershed I (1995) 27.5'
Solo Percussion
First performance: 1 December 1995
Manhattan School of Music, New York, Steven Schick, Percussion
EP 67667A

SOLO


Watershed III (1995) 31'
Solo Percussion, Chamber Orchestra,
Optional real-time computer sound spatialization
Fl (Picc), Ob, Cl, B-cl, Hn, Tpt, B-tbn, Pf, 2 Vln, Vla, Vc, Db
First performance: 30 October 1995
Loeb Centre, New York
Music Mobile Ensemble, Steven Schick, Percussion,
Bruno Ferrandis, Conductor Peter Otto, Spatialization
EP67667C

SOLO WITH ENSEMBLE


Watershed IV (1995) 29'
Solo Percussion, Real-time computer sound spatialization
First performance: 11 April 1996
Mandeville Center for the Arts, La Jolla
Steven Schick, Percussion, Peter Otto, Spatialization
EP67667D

ELECTROACOUSTIC
TECHNICAL SCORE by Roger Reynolds
EP67667DTECH



Wedge (1961) 9.5'
2 Fl (2 Picc), 2 Tpt, 2 Tbn, Tba, Perc, Pf, Db
First performance: 10 February 1962
ONCE Festival, Ann Arbor
ONCE Chamber Ensemble, David Sutherland, Conductor
EP6624R

INSTRUMENTAL ENSEMBLE


Whispers Out of Time (1988) 26.5'
String Orchestra
First performance: 11 December 1988
Amherst College, Harvey Sollberger, Conductor
Commissioned by the Amherst College Friends of Music
EP67261

Pulitzer Prize for Music 1989
ORCHESTRA


Will you answer if I call? (1997-1998) 8'
Solo Harpsichord, Fl, Cl, B-cl, Bsn, Hn, Vln I, Vln II, Vla, Vc, Db
First performance: 13 January 1998
Avanti! Chamber Orchestra, Jukka Tiensuu, Harpsichord, John Storgårds, Conductor
Järvenpää, Finland
60th Birthday Celebration for Paavo Heininen
EP67856

SOLO WITH ENSEMBLE


22 (2004-2005) 30'
5.1 computer processed and spatialized sound, source recordings:
Anthony Burr (bass clarinet) and Steven Schick (percussion),
Real-time processing for coordination with motion capture system,
digital graphics, and dancer Bill T. Jones
First Performance: 9 April 2005
Arizona State University, ISA/AME motione project
Bill T. Jones, Dancer/Choreographer, Paul Kaiser, Shelly Eshkar,
Marc Downie, Digital Imagery, Pei Xiang, Musical Assistant
Commissioned by Arizona State University
ame.asu.edu/motione

MULTIMEDIA