List of Works

Chamber / Solo
 
Vocal / Choral
 
Large Ensemble Works
 
Intercultural Ensemble Works
 
Electronic / Intermedia


 
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Chamber / Solo

Three Tohoku Folk songs for Guitar and Piano (2015) [6’20”]
for Acoustic Guitar and Piano
 
TONGTOKKUNG (2015, Version II) [4’00”]
for flute, clarinet, violin, cello
 
Nanbu Lullaby (2015) [5’20”]
for clarinet choir
 
Seven Sages (2014, Version II) [8’00”]
for oboe, clarinet, piano, violin, cello
 
Uzumaki (2014) [7’00”]
for flute choir
 
TONGTOKKUNG (2012) [4’00”]
for flute, violin, viola, cello
 
tonbo (2011, Version II) [4’00”]
for flute, alto saxophone, harp, piano, violin, cello, contrabass, and percussion
 
Waves on West Cliff (2011) [5’45”]
for percussion, piano, electric guitar, and electric bass
 
Umagata (2010) [6’45”]
for flute and guitar
 
Long Distance (2010) [5’00”]
for brass trio
 
Zephyr (2009, Version II) [5’30”]
for flute, electric guitar, piano, contrabass
 
Zephyr (2009) [5’30”]
for soprano saxophone, electric guitar, piano, contrabass
 
membrana tympaniformis (2009) [3’15”]
for solo piccolo
 
Seven Sages (2008) [7’00”]
for flute, clarinet, piano, violin, cello
 
fuurin (2008) [7’00”]
for flute and trumpet
 
PRAYERS (2008) [3’45”]
for clarinet & violin, violin & viola, or alto flute and viola
 
Spheres (2007) [11’10”]
for piano & percussion
 
tonbo (2006) [4’00”]
for flute, alto saxophone, harp, piano, violin, cello, contrabass, and percussion
 
hanami (2006) [3’15]
for solo piano

 

Choral / Vocal

NOPera (2014) [9’15”]
for mezzo-soprano, flute, clarinet, violin, cello, and live electronics
 
A Lawn in the Sky, chamber opera (2013) [c. 110 minutes]
for soprano, two mezzo sopranos, contralto, two tenors, baritone, and two basses; flute, oboe, clarinet, saxophone, bassoon, piano, percussion, contrabass, nohkan, taiko, shamisen and electronics
 
Beautiful Soup (2010) [4’30”]
for baritone, flute, clarinet, bassoon, violin, viola, and cello
 
On This Day in March (2010) [5’20”]
for solo soprano and piano
 
Sea Lily (2010) [2’30”]
for solo soprano
 
In this short Life (2009) [2’30”]
for men’s choir
 
Ewha, Nabi (2009) [7’30”]
for soprano voice, gayageum (Korean zither), and fixed-media electronics
 
Touch lightly Nature’s sweet Guitar (2009) [3’00”]
for mixed chorus
 
Through Frozen Fields (2008) [1’20”]
for soprano, violin, viola, cello, bass

 

Orchestra / Large Ensemble

Hiraizumi (2016) [8’45”]
for symphonic wind ensemble and electronics
 
mono no aware (2015, Version II) [6’00”]
for symphonic wind ensemble
 
mono no aware (2011) [6’00”]
for orchestra
 
hayashi (2009) [6’45”]
for chamber orchestra

 

Intercultural Ensemble Works

A Lawn in the Sky, chamber opera (2013) [c. 110 minutes]
for soprano, two mezzo sopranos, contralto, two tenors, baritone, and two basses; flute, oboe, clarinet, saxophone, bassoon, piano, percussion, contrabass, nohkan, taiko, shamisen and electronics
 
Cowboys and Samurais (2011) [4’15”]
for shamisen (Japanese lute) and guitar
 
sweet (2010) [3’15”]
for shamisen (Japanese lute) and cello
 
Diaspora (2010) [7’25”]
for gayageum (Korean zither) and alto sax
 
Everybody on the One (2010) [varies]
for infinite musicians
 
PulseStream (2010) [7’00”]
for ajaeng (Korean bowed zither) and fixed-media electronics
 
Ewha, Nabi (2009) [7’30”]
for soprano voice, gayageum (Korean zither), and fixed-media electronics
 
five (2009) [7’00”]
for piri, gayageum, flugelhorn, violin, cello
 
Epsilon Aurigae (2008) [7’00”]
for gayageum (Korean zither) duet
 
of modesty and splendor (2007) [11’00”]
for daegeum, gayageum, janggu, clarinet, cello
 
colloquy for Sanjo Gayageum and Tsugaru Jamisen (2007) [8’30”]
 
Ten Bulls (2007) [22’45”]
for string quartet & Tsugaru shamisen
 
Four Short Pieces for American Trio (2007) [8’30”]
for banjo, saw, and percussion
 
Anamnesis & Catharsis (2006) [5’45”]
for violoncello & gayageum (Korean zither)

 

Electronic / Intermedia

Designed to Break [3’30”]
for alto saxophone and electronics
 
Planned Obsolescence No. 3 [5’30”]
for contrabass and electronics
 
Unwearable Functional: Akinetic Mutism (2015) [5’00”]
for stereo fixed media with 3D animation by Heejoo Gwen Kim
 
Nebula Variations (2015) [5’30”]
web-based Interactive game
 
Tiger and Dragon (2015) [7’30”]
for oboe and live electronics
 
Lübeck Kireji (2015) [2’30”]
for stereo fixed-media electronics
 
NOPera (2014) [9’15”]
for mezzo-soprano, flute, clarinet, violin, cello, and live electronics
 
The Ballad of Mike Mansfield (2014) [4’00”]
for four performers of live electronics
 
Sixteen September (2014) [14’15”]
for clarinet, alto saxophone, and electronics
 
Freighthopping (2014) [1’15”]
for stereo fixed-media electronics
 
Polybius (2014) [5’30”]
for stereo fixed-media electronics
 
2×4 Dryad (2013) [4’15”]
for live electronics
 
A Lawn in the Sky, chamber opera (2013) [c. 110 minutes]
for soprano, two mezzo sopranos, contralto, two tenors, baritone, and two basses; flute, oboe, clarinet, saxophone, bassoon, piano, percussion, contrabass, nohkan, taiko, shamisen and electronics
 
Shin no Shin (2012) [7’50]
for live electronics
 
Doppelgänger (2011) [7’30]
for bassoon and electronics
 
Left at the Lights (2011) [2’40”]
for stereo fixed-media electronics
 
bioMechanics; (2011) [7’00”]
for saxophone, bassoon, and electronics
 
Requiem (2010) [9’15”]
for shamisen (Japanese lute) and live electronics
 
Canned! (2010) [5’45”]
for five performers of live electronics
 
Koryphaios (2010) [6’30”]
for alto flute and live electronics
 
21st-Century Matsuri (2010) [8’30”]
for 8-channel fixed-media electronics
 
Towa, June 1st, 2004 (2010, Version II) [2’30”]
for stereo fixed-media electronics
 
haru no umi (2009) [7’30”]
for 8-channel fixed-media electronics
 
hatsuyuki (2009) [6’15”]
for 8-channel fixed-media electronics
 
Left at the Lights (2005) [2’45”]
for stereo fixed-media electronics
 
Towa, June 1st, 2004 (2004) [2’30”]
for stereo fixed-media electronics
 

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