Works

ORCHESTRA

Symphony No. 3 (2011) approximately 9 minutes and 27 seconds, for full orchestra

Selected to participate 2012 American Composers Orchestra Underwood New Music Readings

Memories of Autumn (2010) approximately 9 minutes, for full orchestra

Awarded as Honorable Mention by 2011 Minnesota Orchestra: Composers Institute

Our Chance Meeting (2006) 8’ 30”, for full orchestra

SOLO MUSIC:

Caprice (2010) 5’45”, for violin solo

Selected by Sound Exchange at the National Taiwan Normal University Music in Taipei on May 12 of 2011.

World premiere by Justyna Jara (Julliard) at Studzinski Hall in Bowdoin International Music Festival on July 22, 2010.

Silvery Moonlight (2007, rev. 2009) 6’, for clarinet and piano

Meteoric Shower (2008/2010) 6’ 30”, for marimba

Red Clouds (2008), for piano and two dancers

Sonata No. 1 for Horn and Piano (2006) 8’ 13”, for French horn and piano

CHAMBER MUSIC:

New Project (2012) for SUONO MOBILE USA

New Project (2012) for the Band of Chinese Student Scholar Association (CSSA)

Dancing Ocean (2011) for University of Illinois Percussion Ensemble

Waterflower (2010) approximately 8 minutes, for Chinese Guzheng and piano

Still Motion Rolling Cycle (2010) for French Horn solo, alto saxophone, tenor saxophone, percussion and contrabass.

Commissioned by Peter N. Paulsen, Instructor of Double Bass and Jazz Studies, Dept. of Applied Music – School of Music, College of Visual and Performing Arts, West Chester University.

Orkney Sunrise (2009) 10’, for trumpet, trombone, and French horn

Commissioned and premiered by Trio Capriccio on at Oro Valley United Church, Tucson, AZ, February 8, 2009.

St. Magnus March (2009), 8’, for Brass Quintet

Soaring Journey (2008) 4’ 30”, for mezzo-soprano, oboe, harp, violin, and cello

Etude for Trumpet and Percussion: Running Horse (2007) 5’, for trumpet and percussion instruments

Enchanting Shadow (2005, rev. 2006, 2009) 10’, for piano trio (violin, viola, and piano)

Piano Quintet No. 1 (2002) 6’, for flute, violin, viola, cello, and piano

 

VOCAL MUSIC:

As In A Dream (2010) approximately 5 minutes, for chorus a cappella

Personal Weather (2008), for soprano and piano

Under Li Bai’s Moonlight Blanket (2005) 18 minutes, song cycle for coloratura soprano solo, flute, cello, and piano

Catherine de Medici: The Sound from My Heart (2003) 10’, for soprano solo, trumpet, trombone, tuba, percussion instruments, and piano

 

ACOUSTIC INSTRUMENT WITH ELECTRONIC SOUNDS:

Cold Vision (2008) 6’ 05”, a digital concrete composition through using ProTools, musique concrete, specific plug-ins (e.g., GRM Tools), outer processing (elgl, filter, reverberance), and 3D positioning           

Conceptual View of Complexity (2008) 8’ 01”, through using the electronic music program Digital Performer and ProTools

Complexity (2007) 6’ 13”, composing music by my designed electro-acoustic voices including 27 tracks of different tone colors. The formal construction employs the traditional rounded binary form.

Charlotte’s Web (2007) 4’ 30”, an electro-acoustic composition including 13 tracks, with many different sound materials including sequence, musique concréte, keyboard sound, and live recording voices. The general formal construction of this piece employs the tradition binary form Final presentation at the course MUS 409 under the coach by Professor Wyatt and Instructor John Ritz in the University of Illinois Experimental Music Studios, May 2, 2007

Free Imagination (2002) 4’, used the electronic music program Finale and Reason

Suite Water: I. River, II. Perfect Storm (2002) 9’, for string quartet, two pianos, and synthesizer

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