Suite Alternatives for Solo Piano

Dr. Barbara Harbach, Curators’ Distinguished Professor Emerita of Music at the University of Missouri St. Louis, has a large catalog of works, including; symphonies, operas, string orchestra, musicals, works for chamber ensembles, film scores, modern ballets, pieces...

Moon Thoughts: Five Pieces for Solo Piano

Stephen Gryc was born in St. Paul, Minnesota in 1949. He received his professional training at the University of Michigan, earning his Doctor of Musical Arts degree in 1983. He has studied composition with William Albright, Leslie Bassett and William Bokom. He is...

Phantasy and Phugue for Solo Piano

Phantasy and Phugue, written in the fall of 1994, consists of three sections (in a single movement) with contrasting atmospheres of foreboding and playfulness. The first section is dramatic in vol-ume and texture, utilizing the full range of the keyboard, with hand...

The Runner for Piano

Dr. Peter A. Petroff is a prolific composer with over fifty compositions including six piano sonatas, a violin sonata, Kokopelli (for orchestra), and two string quartets, one of which won second prize in the instrumental division of the 1991 Composer’s Guild...

Nocturne noir for Piano

In the night, Nocturne noir enters the mind, where dreams and motives intertwine, ever shifting between reality and fantasy. Slow awakening from a deep sleep begins with an ascending jagged scale, becoming more insistent until block chords made of the intervals of the...