April 4, 2008
Lots of new content on the site today. I figured with the fancy new re-design (design courtesy of AEJ, and jointly coded by us), it wouldn’t hurt to bring everything up-to-date and add some new fun things. So, as of today, we have…
Clocking: a new wind band piece, commissioned by the Central Oklahoma Directors Association. Was to have premiered in January 2007, but canceled due to an ice storm, it finally premiered this January. The recording is from a performance in February of the University of Oklahoma Wind Symphony, conducted by William Wakefield. The score is also available.
Damn: an old piece for amplified clarinet with percussion quartet. Until today, only an excerpt of the audio was available. Now, the entire piece (both score and audio) is available.
The handful of downloadable MP3 files have been replaced with streaming MP3 files due to the amount of MP3 bot sites that have linked directly to the MP3 files. (I’m now sending out over 2 GB of bandwidth per day, and a good portion of that, I think, is going to MP3 sites.) If you need a downloadable MP3 for some reason, please contact me.
I have a few other things coming over the next few days, like the Florida State recording of “Turning,” and a completely-insane performance of “Breakdown Tango.” Until then…