Commissioned jointly by the Oregon Music Teachers Association and MTNA for the 1999 Composer of the Year Award. Guy Tyler, conductor; Carol Robe, clarinet; Tom Bergeron, alto sax; Ellen Campbell, French horn; Tasana Nagavajara, violin; Anthony Dyer, violin; Forrest Moyer, double bass; Art Maddox, piano. World premiere at Beall Hall, University of Oregon.
Inga Van Buren, piano.
1979, rev. 1993.
Pianist Jihye Chang
This is an adaptation of Bach's Goldberg Variations. Royal MIDI Chamber Orchestra of Portland (uncatalogued).
Pianist Jihye Chang.
"Festmusik: Fanfaronades, Parades & Escapades" for brass octet & tympani by Gary Noland Op. 77.
Two of Bertolt Brecht's "Hollywood Elegies" set for soprano and piano by Gary Noland (Op. 2, 1982) . (1) "Above the Four Cities," (2) "The Angels of Los Angeles." Rebecca Gorlin, soprano; Gary Noland, piano. English translations by John Willett. Permission for using poems granted by Methuen, Inc., 29 West 35th Street, New York, N.Y. 10001. In 1983 George Rochberg famously wrote of these songs, "Haven't heard anything like it from anyone else..."
This piece was written in the early months of 2003 to protest the American invasion of Iraq. (Uncatalogued.)
Pianist Ruta Kuzmickas (at the time fifteen years old) performs "Tempest" Op. 1, No. 5 by Gary Noland on the "In Good Hands" concert at the Portland Piano International Festival, July 15th, 2011, in Portland Oregon. Music Copyright © 2017 by Gary Noland. The score can be purchased at: https://www.jwpepper.com/Tempest-Op.-...
From Musical Junk Sculptures Op. 102.
Gary Noland, piano (with bells and whistles), performs "Knock-Down-and-Drag-Out Free-for-All" from his "Musical Junk Sculptures" Op. 102, No. 6.
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