Chamber Works

RUNIC Cycle (2015-present):

– Kaun (Kenaz) [Torch] (2020) for five players: flute, piano, guitar, violin, violoncello. 18’.

– Óss (Ansuz) [God, Mouth of River] (2017-18) for 2 violins, viola, violoncello (String Quartet No. 3). 18′.

– Íss (Isaz) [Ice] (2016) for flute and guitar. 15′.

– Úr (Ūruz) [Rain, Aurochs] (2016) for percussion quartet. 19′.

– Hagall (Haglaz) [Hail] (2015) for nine players: flute (dbl. piccolo), oboe (dbl. English horn), contrabass clarinet (dbl. piccolo clarinet), horn, percussion, violin, viola, violoncello, contrabass. 21′.

  • YouTube Link (The Talea Ensemble, David Fulmer – conductor)

Ymir (2014) for percussion quartet and guitar quartet. 10’.

Danzleikr (2012) for 2 guitars. 12’.

Sjöorm (2012) for oboe, viola, violoncello. 13’.

Vallåt (2011) for flute, clarinet, piano, violin, viola, violoncello. 15’.

Occasus (2010) for percussion quartet. 11’.

Kirurgi (2009) for 2 violins, viola, violoncello (String Quartet No. 2). 27’.

Piano Trio: Oscularum Infame (2009) for piano, violin, violoncello. 17’. 

  • YouTube Link (Shalini Vijayan – violin; Charles Tyler – violoncello; Richard Valitutto – piano)

Trilogy (2006 – 2014):

  1. Nastrond (I) (2006) for violin and percussion. 13’.
  2. Nastrond (II) (2008) for violin and guitar. 13’.
  3. Nastrond (III) (2009) for flute and guitar. 13’.
  4. Nastrond (IV) (2013) for violin and percussion. 9’.
  5. Nastrond (V) (2013) for flute and percussion. 13’.
  6. Nidhogg (2008), for oboe, piano, percussion, violin, contrabass. 12’.
  7. Niflheim (I) (2006) for oboe and piano. 18’.
  8. Niflheim (II) (2014) for violin and piano. 18’.

Blue Sail (2005) for flute, clarinet, percussion, piano, violin, violoncello. 14’.

Rays of Twilight (2003) for percussion quartet and 2 harps. 17’.

Epigram (2003) for 2 violins, 2 violas, contrabass. 6’.

Five Microtonal Studies (2003) for 2 guitars. 12’.

(Brian Head, Michael Kudirka – guitars)

Pathos (2000) for violin and piano. 12’.

Talus (1997) for 2 violins, viola, violoncello (String Quartet No. 1). 15’.