Audio samples

Click on the name of each piece to show the corresponding sound sample.

From Imaginary Birds: Music for Oboe & English Horn (Ravello Records, February 2019):

Listen (via YouTube) to Mandarin Ducks, the opening track on the CD.

Longer chamber works:

Hakhphobia for brass quartet or quintet, performed by Anderson/Eggener/Hubbard/Loyato/Salathé, May 6, 2010

The Wood Between the Worlds for oboe, English horn, violoncello, and piano, performed by the Sylvanus Quartet, May 3, 2009

Shorter chamber works:

Trefoil for flute, cello, and piano, performed by Joe LaRocca (flute), Iris Sidikman (cello), and Andrea Lodge (piano), June 19, 2015

Eirenicon for string sextet, performed by Natalie Kress, Tanya Tingarova (violins), Sarah Evins, Alexis Charles (violas), and Kumhee Lee, Mohit Mansukhani (cellos), October 27, 2010

Ajándék for violoncello and percussion, performed by the Uncanny Valley cello-percussion duo, May 6, 2009

Three Street Pieces for clarinet and double bass, performed by Alan Kay (clarinet) and Volkan Orhon (double bass), August 12, 2014

Works for large ensembles:

Divisions (excerpt) for soprano saxophone and chamber orchestra, performed by Sheri Brown with the Holberg Orchestra (cond. Scott Bean), November 12, 2006

In Memoriam Jody Wilson for orchestra, performed by the Hartt School Symphony Orchestra (cond. Scott Bean), December 2005

Vocal works:

The Phantom Voice for soprano and harp, performed by Blythe Walker and Hyunjung Choi, April 19, 2013

The cold and sparkling silver of the sea for mezzo-soprano and marimba, performed by Kate Tombaugh and Benjamin Fraley, November 7, 2009

Solo pieces:

Don't Let Your Chops Freeze for trumpet and piano left hand, performed by Gene V. Baker, Feb. 27, 2018

Bagatelle No. 2 for solo piano, performed by Lily Lin, October 15, 2010

Elegy for solo violin, performed by Natalie Kress, March 2009

Eight Pieces for Piano, performed by Luiza Aquino, December 2006

Nocturne for solo piano, performed by Luiza Aquino, April 23, 2005

Electronic and fixed media pieces:

On the Beach for fixed media (also performed in a version with cello)

Abandoned Beach for fixed media

Phil Salathé