New recording by  Montagnard Duo includes my Cobalt Blue for guitar and alto saxophone, which they commissioned.  
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Violinist Davis Brooks (with Kurt Fowler on ‘cello) just released this recording on my piece, “Orbital Beacons” for Electric Violin, Electric Cello and Computer.
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Percussionist Thomas Burritt produced this wonderful video recording of my 2000 work “Dreamscapes” for solo marimba.
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My work “Toward the Star” for choir, organ, hand bells and percussion is included on this DVD/PBS release by Susquehanna University and WVIA.  The show was seen widely last December, and received an Emmy for best direction.
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Phillip O’Banion’s recording of Chaconne for vibraphone and tablet computer is included on his first CD, released by Temple University Recordings.
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My recording of Chaconne for vibraphone and tablet computer was included in the 2015 International Computer Music Conference DVD.
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My first solo disc features works for electronic and acoustic percussion. It is available from CDbaby.com or itunes.
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This new CD by marimba soloist Tomasz Arnold contains my piece Smoke of the Ghost.  It is available on CDbaby.
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This recording by the Radford University Percussion Ensemble features Strange Loops.  It is available from Highlander Records.
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A live recording of Rain, River, Sea made during a performance at Carnegie Hall. 
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This recording by saxophonist Gail Levinsky includes my piece Barcarolle for Alto Saxophone and live electronics.
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This recording by marimba artist Andrew Harnsberger contains my solo marimba work Smoke of the Ghost.
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This recording by violinist Davis Brooks is available on itunes. It includes Shadow Steps for violin and tape
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This recording of Strange Loops by the Meadows Percussion Ensemble is available from Gasparo Records.
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My piece Ontology for electronic percussion and interactive computer music system is included on a Syracuse University Recordings.
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