Composers Edition (London, UK) releases publications of six new works: Cyan, Draumr, Geirtýr, MĀLEN (“May the Bridges I Burn Light My Way…”), Mara, and Úr (Ūruz). Visit Composers Edition to peruse and purchase scores. May, 2019.
MicroFest Records release the portrait double-CD: “Jeffrey Holmes, May the Bridges I Burn Light My Way…”, produced by Aron Kallay, Michael Kudirka, and Grammy-winning sound engineer John Schneider, distributed internationally by Naxos. May 17, 2019. Purchase “May the Bridges I Burn Light My Way…” on Amazon.com here.
Composers Edition (London, UK) is now the primary publisher of Holmes’ complete catalogue. The following works are available for both in-print and digital purchase: Baritus, Fragments, Hagall, Hrith (Hrið-Móðr-Ljómi), Nastrond I, Oscularum Infame, Thrall, Thund, Tjur, and Urðarmána [Moon of Fate]. Visit Composers Edition to peruse and purchase scores. July, 2018.
Hagall recorded by the Talea Ensemble conducted by David Fulmer, at the DiMenna Center for Classical Music, New York, March 18, 2016.
The Conjurring soundtrack released by “Capillary Music, ASCAP” through Sony Music Entertainment. Music by Joseph Bishara, recorded at Capitol Records, conducted by Jeffrey Holmes, July, 2013.
Insidious soundtrack released by “Capillary Music, ASCAP” through Sony Music Entertainment. Music by Joseph Bishara, recorded at Warner Brothers Studios, arranged and conducted by Jeffrey Holmes, released October 2011.
Occasus recorded by the Los Angeles Percussion Quartet at Skywalker Studios, on George Lucas’ Ranch, Marin County, California, September 2011.
Oro Supplex recorded and released on a compilation CD of recent music for the player piano, “The Player Piano Project”, Februay 2008.
Five Microtonal Studies and May the Bridges I Burn Light My Way… Live recordings by “The Duo” and ensembleGREEN released on “Food: Contemporary Music for Two Guitars”, 2006.