solo

flute (no. 5) oboe (9), clarinet (17), bassoon (4), recorder – alto Ganassi (20), tenor Ganassi (11), trumpet (14, 22), double-bell euphonium (8) double bell trombone (version of 8), percussion – hand drum (12 – free download), woodblock (2), harp (15), piano (7), violin (13, 18), hardanger fiddle (13), viola (1), ‘cello (3, 10, 16), double bass (19), koto with voice (6).
There’s also a violin concerto: Speak, Be Silent and a recorder concerto: The Guest¬†ūüėČ

1.¬†Amulet (1992), 7′,¬†Ricordi Milano¬†136483 ¬† ¬†¬†Shopping_Cart_Rounded_Solid-512.png¬† ¬† Unknown.png
solo viola
Premiere: 26 May 1994, Jennifer Curl, Beckett Theatre, Melbourne

2. An Elemental Thing¬†(2017), 15′, Ricordi Berlin Sy.4793 ¬† ¬† Shopping_Cart_Rounded_Solid-512.png
solo wood block
Commissioned by Speak Percussion
Premiere: 23 Sept 2017, Eugene Ughetti, Brisbane ‘Transplanted Roots’ conference

3. an ocean beyond earth (2016), 16′, Ricordi Berlin ¬† ¬† Shopping_Cart_Rounded_Solid-512.png¬† ¬† ¬†iconmonstr-video-2.png
solo ‘cello (set up in an installation, prepared with thread and violin)
Premiere: 9 Sept 2016, Séverine Ballon, Melbourne Recital Centre

4. Axis Mundi (2012-13), 10′, Ricordi Berlin Sy.4263 ¬† ¬† Shopping_Cart_Rounded_Solid-512.png¬† ¬† ¬†Unknown.png
solo bassoon
Premiere rev. version, 1 Oct 2014, Alban Wesly, Musica, Strasbourg

5. bioluminescence (2018), 6′ (in press)
solo flute
Premiere May 2019, Paula Rae, Taiwan

6. Burning House (1995), 12′,¬†Ricordi Milano¬†Score 138635 ¬† ¬† Shopping_Cart_Rounded_Solid-512.png¬† ¬† ¬†iconmonstr-video-2.png
koto & voice (1 performer)
Text: 3 poems by Izumi Shikibu (in Japanese)
Score written in traditional Japanese koto notation
Premiere: 30 June 1996, Satsuki Odamura, Lismore

7.¬†The Four Seasons (after Cy Twombly) (2008), 30′,¬†Ricordi London¬†RICL120 ¬† ¬† Shopping_Cart_Rounded_Solid-512.png¬† ¬†¬†Unknown.png
solo piano
I. Autumn, 6′ II. Winter, 6′ III. Spring, 7′ IV Summer (Sema), 10′
total duration: 30′
Commissioned by Ian Potter Foundation, Australia
Premiere: 10 February 2009, Marilyn Nonken, Musica Nova, Helsinki

8. The Green Lion Eats the Sun (2014), 7′, Ricordi Berlin ¬† ¬†¬†Unknown.png¬† ¬† ¬†iconmonstr-video-2.png
double bell euphonium (or double bell trombone – see video)
Commissioned by Ensemble musikFabrik with the assistance of the Ministry of Culture NRW and dedicated to Melvyn Poore.
Premiere: 19 April 2015, Melvyn Poore, Funkhaus am Wallrafplatz, Cologne

9. Gyfu (gift) (2011), 10′,¬†Ricordi Munich¬†Sy. 4073 ¬† ¬† Shopping_Cart_Rounded_Solid-512.png¬† ¬† ¬†Unknown.png
solo oboe
Commissioned by the ARD Musikwettbewerb
Premiere: 4 September 2011, Munich

10. Invisibility (2009), 12-13′,¬†Ricordi Munich¬†Sy. 4042 ¬† ¬†¬†Shopping_Cart_Rounded_Solid-512.png¬† ¬† ¬†iconmonstr-video-2.png
solo Violoncello with two bows
Premiere: 26 November 2009, Séverine Ballon, Huddersfield,

 

11.¬†The long forgetting (2007), 7′,¬†Ricordi London RICL086 ¬† ¬† Shopping_Cart_Rounded_Solid-512.png¬† ¬† ¬†Unknown.png
solo tenor Ganassi recorder
[companion piece to weaver of fictions for solo alto Ganassi]
Premiere: 15 March 2008, Genevieve Lacey, St. Elisabeth-Kirche, Maerzmusik Berlinerfestspiele

12. Love Letter (2011), a postcard piece Рclick title for score     iconmonstr-video-2.png
solo hand drum
Duration: unspecified (performer determined)
‘Postcard’ piece commissioned by Speak Percussion for 10th Anniversary
Premiere: 17 April 2011, Matthias Schack-Arnott (Iranian hand drum), C3 Arts Space, Melbourne

13. Philtre (1997), 5′,¬†Ricordi Milano¬†138070 ¬† ¬† Shopping_Cart_Rounded_Solid-512.png¬† ¬† ¬†Unknown.png¬† ¬† ¬†iconmonstr-video-2.png
solo violin (scordatura) [or Hardanger fiddle]
Premiere: 15 March 1998, Mary Oliver (Norwegian Hardanger fiddle), Amsterdam

14. Roda – The living circle (2017), 11′, Ricordi Berlin Sy.4800 ¬† ¬† Shopping_Cart_Rounded_Solid-512.png¬† ¬† ¬†iconmonstr-video-2.png
solo trumpet
Premiere: 8 August 2017, Tristram Williams, Melbourne Meat Market

15. Rug Music (2015), 4′, Ricordi Berlin¬†Sy.4427 ¬† ¬† Shopping_Cart_Rounded_Solid-512.png
solo harp
Commissioned by Marshall McGuire
Premiere: 15 May 2015, Marshall McGuire, Melbourne Recital Centre

16. Spirit Weapons (1999-2000),¬†17′, Ricordi Milano¬†138579 ¬† ¬† Shopping_Cart_Rounded_Solid-512.png
Part I for violoncello solo 6’5″
Part II for contrabass clarinet and 3 percussion, 9′
The two parts may be performed separately
Commissioned by Ensemble Intercontemporain
Premiere: 4 November 2000, Paris, Centre G. Pompidou
violoncello Pierre Strauch, clarinets Alain Billard,
percussion: Vincent Bauer, Daniel Ciampolini and Michel Cerutti

17. Sonorous Body (2008), 12′,¬†Ricordi London RICL112 ¬† ¬† Shopping_Cart_Rounded_Solid-512.png¬† ¬† ¬†iconmonstr-video-2.png
solo b flat clarinet
Commissioned by Zeitgenoessischer Oper Berlin & ELISION (TON project)
Premiere: 15 March 2008, Richard Haynes, St Elisabeth-Kirche, Berlin

18. The Su Song Star Map (2017), 12′, Ricordi Berlin Sy.4794     Unknown.png
solo violin
Premiere 26 Feb 2018, Ashot Sarkissjan, CFA Concert Hall, Boston

19. The Table of Knowledge (2017), 18′, Ricordi Berlin Sy.4768
solo double bass (with voice & preparation with thread)
Premiere 2 May 2018, Florentin Ginot, Acht Br√ľcken, Philharmonie K√∂ln

20. Weaver of fictions (2007), 5′,¬†Ricordi London RICL084 ¬† ¬† Shopping_Cart_Rounded_Solid-512.png¬† ¬† Unknown.png
(Prelude to The Navigator)
solo alto Ganassi recorder
Premiere: 26 May 2007, Genevieve Lacey, Iwaki Auditorium, Melbourne

21. Well of Dreams (2008), 5′, Ricordi London RICL111 (only playable as part of TON)
solo alto trombone
Commissioned by Zeitgenoessischer Oper Berlin & ELISION (TON project)
Premiere: 15 March 2008, Benjamin Marks, St Elisabeth-Kirche, Berlin

22. Wild Winged One (2007), 8′,¬†Ricordi London RICL085 ¬† ¬† Shopping_Cart_Rounded_Solid-512.png¬† ¬† ¬†Unknown.png
solo trumpet
Premiere: 6 September 2007, Nathan Plante, Museum fur Asiatische Kunst, Berlin

23.The Window (part 1 2014; part 2 – ‘For Georgia’, 2017), 6’/4′ [unpublished; performance reserved]
1/4-tone flugel horn
Commissioned by Georgia Ioakimidis-MacDougall
Premiere: 15 March 2017, Callum G’Froerer, ACCA, Melbourne