PERFORMANCES

PERFORMANCES OF COMPOSITIONS


Upcoming (September 18th, 2009): "Korngoldaroonie" for string trio (Op. 94). Free Marzena String Trio, Portland, Oregon.


Upcoming (March 13th, 2009): "Waltz Fantasy" for violin and piano (Op. 87).  Inez Voglar, violin; Jeff Payne, piano. Inaugural concert of the Cascadia—NACUSA composers with the Fear No Music ensemble. The Old Church, Portland, Oregon.


Upcoming (various dates): Andante in F Minor” for piano four hands (Op. 46). Pianists Donna Gross Javel and Bonnie Anderson. Concert location(s) and date(s) TBD (in Boston, MA  area).

 

March 23rd, 2007: “Amerikan Bozo Dance” from String Quartet No. 2 (Op. 32). April Paik, violin; Jerssica Ling, violin; Tovah Keynton, viola; Kai Chou, cello. Noon Concert at Hertz Hall, U.C. Berkeley, Berkeley, CA.

 

February 18th, 2007: “Epicedium” for piano (Op. 58). Kaori Katayama Noland, piano. A Cherry Blossom Arts Salon at Tsunami Books, Eugene, Oregon.

 

February 18th, 2007: “Dog Duo” for clarinet and bassoon (Op. 66b). Ben Farrell, clarinet; Richard Essenberg, bassoon. A Cherry Blossom Arts Salon at Tsunami Books, Eugene, Oregon.

 

February 18th, 2007: “CMOs of HMOs Do Fine” for SATB (Op. 51). Performers TBA. A Cherry Blossom Arts Salon at Tsunami Books, Eugene, Oregon.

 

November 18th, 2006: “Dog Duo” for clarinet & bassoon (Op. 66b). Ben Farrell, clarinet; Richard Essenberg, bassoon. A Cherry Blossom Arts Salon at Tsunami Books, Eugene, Oregon.

 

November 18th, 2006: “I Dare not Ask a Kiss” for soprano & piano (Op. 7).  Nancy Wood, mezzo-soprano; Paul Safar, piano. A Cherry Blossom Arts Salon at Tsunami Books, Eugene, Oregon.

 

November 10th, 2006: “Epicedium” for piano (Op. 58). Kaori Katayama Noland, piano. Seventh Species Concert Series. Sherman Clay Recital Room, Pearl District, Portland, Oregon.

 

October 29th, 2006: “Grande Rag Brillante” (Op. 15). Computer-driven Yamaha Disklavier. Seventh Species Concert Series. Classic Pianos Recital Room, Portland, Oregon.

 

October 6th, 2006: “Old World Capers” for narrator and ad hoc variable ensemble (Op. 75). Guy Tyler, narration; Gary Noland, piano. Seventh Species Concert Series. Sherman Clay Recital Room, Pearl District, Portland, Oregon.

 

September 21st, 2006: “Women Who Cry Apples” (Op. 36), a cycle of six songs on poems by Joathan Swift for soprano, violin, clarinet & piano. Soprano Berit Norbakken and the Kollektivo Klassik Ensemble with Anna Rostrup, clarinet; Dmitry Gilev, violin; Alexandr Kontratiev, piano. Boksen, Vadsø, Norway

 

September 20th, 2006: “Women Who Cry Apples” (Op. 36), a cycle of six songs on poems by Joathan Swift for soprano, violin, clarinet & piano. Soprano Berit Norbakken and the Kollektivo Klassik Ensemble with Anna Rostrup, clarinet; Dmitry Gilev, violin; Alexandr Kontratiev, piano. Musikkhuset, Vardø, Norway.

 

September 19th, 2006: “Women Who Cry Apples” (Op. 36), a cycle of six songs on poems by Joathan Swift for soprano, violin, clarinet & piano. Soprano Berit Norbakken and the Kollektivo Klassik Ensemble with Anna Rostrup, clarinet; Dmitry Gilev, violin; Alexandr Kontratiev, piano. Grenselandmuseet Kirkenes, Kirkenes, Norway.

 

September 17th, 2006: “Women Who Cry Apples” (Op. 36), a cycle of six songs on poems by Joathan Swift for soprano, violin, clarinet & piano. Soprano Berit Norbakken and the Kollektivo Klassik Ensemble with Anna Rostrup, clarinet; Dmitry Gilev, violin; Alexandr Kontratiev, piano. Alta Museum, Alta, Norway.

 

September—?, 2006: “Women Who Cry Apples” (Op. 36), a cycle of six songs on poems by Joathan Swift for soprano, violin, clarinet & piano. Soprano Berit Norbakken and the Kollektivo Klassik Ensemble with Anna Rostrup, clarinet; Dmitry Gilev, violin; Alexandr Kontratiev, piano. Murmansk, Russia.

 

June 24th, 2006: Excerpt from “Foul Weather Fiend” (Op. 82) for narrator and ad hoc variable ensemble. Gary Noland, piano & narration; Matthew Jenkins, percussion. Summer Institute of Contemporary Performance Practice (SICPP) marathon concert, Brown Hall, New England Conservatory, Boston, MA.

 

June 24th, 2006: “Deformed Fugue” for piano (Op. 17). Steve Olsen, piano. Summer Institute of Contemporary Performance Practice (SICPP) marathon concert, Brown Hall, New England Conservatory,  Boston, MA.

 

June 21st, 2006: “Foul Weather Fiend” (Op. 82) for narrator and ad hoc variable ensemble. Gary Noland, piano & narration. Harvard University Music Department, Cambridge, MA.

 

May 27th, 2006: “Russell Street Rag” for piano (Op. 5). Riley Crabtree, piano.  Seventh Species Composers Concert Series, Sherman Clay, Portland, Oregon.

 

May 27th, 2006: “Venge Art: a Chamber Novel for Narrator, Musicians, Actors, Dancers & Culinary Artists, Op. 83, Fascicle #17, Chapter 17: “MacJob.” Gary Noland, narration & piano; Jeff Winslow, toys & gadgets; Terry Wergeland, Theremin, baritone, accordion, trumpet; Ines Voglar, violin; Kris Klavik, oboe & English horn; Shirley Johnson, Djembe; Dan Johnson, resonator guitar; Jack Gabel, audience prompts; Ben Farrell, toys & gadgets; John Caughman, trumpet. Seventh Species Composers Concert Series, Sherman Clay, Portland, Oregon.

 

May 27th, 2006: “No Infair” (Op. 75) for narrator and ad hoc variable ensemble. Nancy Wood, narration; Jeff Winslow, toys & gadgets; Terry Wergeland, Theremin, baritone, accordion, trumpet; Kris Klavik, oboe & English horn; Shirley Johnson, Djembe; Dan Johnson, resonator guitar; Ben Farrell, toys & gadgets; John Caughman, trumpet. Seventh Species Composers Concert Series, Sherman Clay, Portland, Oregon.

 

May 25th, 2006: “Foul Weather Fiend” (Op. 82) for narrator and ad hoc variable ensemble. Gary Noland, narration and piano; John Caughman, trumpet, toys & gadgets; Dan Johnson, resonator guitar; Shirley Johnson, Djembe; Ines Voglar, violin; Terry Wergeland, Theremin, baritone, accordion & trumpet; Jeff Winslow, toys & gadgets. Seventh Species Composers Concert Series, Day Music Auditorium, Portland, Oregon.

 

May 25th, 2006: “Venge Art: a Chamber Novel for Narrator, Musicians, Actors, Dancers & Culinary Artists—Fascicle #17 (Chapter 18: “Follywood Bubble”). Jeff Winslow, narration and piano; John Caughman, trumpet, toys & gadgets; Dan Johnson, resonator guitar; Shirley Johnson, Djembe; Gary Noland, piano; Ines Voglar, violin; Terry Wergeland, Theremin, baritone, accordion & trumpet; Jeff Winslow, toys & gadgets. Seventh Species Composers Concert Series, Day Music Auditorium, Portland, Oregon.

 

April 22nd, 2006: “No Infair” (Op. 74) for narrator and ad hoc variable ensemble. Narrated by Nancy Wood. Gary Noland, piano; Ben Farrell, percussion; Dan Johbnson, resonator guitar. Visual Music, Lord Leebrick Theatre, Eugene, Oregon.

 

April 21st, 2006: “No Infair” (Op. 74) for narrator and ad hoc variable ensemble, Narrated by Nancy Wood. Gary Noland, piano; Ben Farrell, percussion. Visual Music, Lord Leebrick Theatre, Eugene, Oregon.

 

April 20th, 2006: “No Infair” (Op. 74) for narrator and ad hoc variable ensemble. Narrated by Nancy Wood. Gary Noland, piano; Ben Farrell, percussion. Visual Music, Lord Leebrick Theatre, Eugene, Oregon.

 

March 29th, 2006: “Russell Street Rag” for piano (Op. 5). Riley Crabtree, piano. Wy’East Talent Show—Washington Music Educators Association, Vancouver, Washington.

 

December 3rd, 2005:  “Grande Rag Brillante” (Op. 15). Live Disklavier performance, Other Minds New Music Seance Concert featuring pianist Sarah Cahill, Swedenborgian Church, Pacific Heights, San Francisco.

 

October 15th, 2005: “Vain and Abel” (Op. 73) for narrator and ad hoc variable ensemble. Gary Noland, narration and piano; David Denniston, piano; Terry Wergeland, Theremin, baritone, trumpet, accordion; Jeff Winslow, toys and gadgets. Seventh Species Concert Series, Day Music Auditorium, Portland, Oregon.

 

October 15th, 2005:  “Three Penitential Excercises” for piano (Op. 78). Gary Noland, Piano. Seventh Species Concert Series, Day Music Auditorium, Portland, Oregon.

 

February 20th, 2005: “Old World Capers” (Op. 75). Narrated by Gary Noland. Matthew Ertz, trombone; Josh Humphrey, oud; Gary Noland, keyboard. Music Today Festival, Eugene Composers Collective, Cozmic Pizza, Eugene OR.

 

January 6th, 2005: “Dog Duo” for viola and cello (Op. 66a). Reading/recording by violist Nicola Boag and cellist Carolina Gomez of ACM (Accessible Contemporary Music) Ensemble, Chicago, IL.

  

November 13th, 2004: “Vain and Abel” for narrator and musicians (Op. 73). Narrated by Gary Noland. Matthew Ertz, trombone; Josh Humphrey, guitar; Brett Wartchow, typewriter. Eugene Composers Collective, DIVA, Eugene, OR.

 

June 30th, 2004: “Intermezzo” for violin and piano (Op. 18). Newport Center for the Performing Arts, Composers Symposium Concert, Ernest Bloch Music Festival, Newport, Oregon.

 

June 6th, 2004: “Flagrante Delicto” from “Twenty-Four Interludes” for piano (Op. 71, Volume 2). Lunel 3èmes Rencontres Musiques Nouvelles, l’ensemble Décadanse, parc Jean Hugo puis Auditorium de l’Académie de Musique de Lunel. ELECTROLUNE.  Lunel, France.  

 

September 21st, 2002:  The CD “Gary Noland:  Selected Music from VENGE ART” was played as part of “Musicircus” on “Cage Study Day.” John Hansard Gallery, Highfield Campus, University of Southampton, Highfield, Southampton, England.

 

July 26th, 2002: “Fantasy in E Minor” for cello and piano (Op. 24). Phil Hansen, cello; Jennifer Garrett, piano. Newport Center for the Performing Arts, Composers Symposium Concert, Ernest Bloch Music Festival, Newport, Oregon.

 

May 20th, 2001: “Trio: After Darconville” for flute, viola, and cello (Op. 52). Flautist Tessa Brinckman, violist Michael Judge and cellist Phil Hansen at Contemporary Crafts Gallery, Portland, Oregon.

 

May 19th, 2001: “Trio: After Darconville” for flute, viola, and cello (Op. 52). Flautist Tessa Brinckman, violist Michael Judge and cellist Phil Hansen at Central Library, Portland, Oregon.

 

May 11th, 2001: “Trio: After Darconville” for flute, viola, and cello (Op. 52). Flautist Tessa Brinckman, violist Michael Judge and cellist Phil Hansen at the Community Music Center, Portland, Oregon.

 

March 11th, 2001:  “Berfelgunk” for piano (Op. 40, No. 2). Konrad Wojcik, piano. “A Romantic, Impressionistic and 20th Century Festival” sponsored by the Oregon Music Teachers Association, Eugene Oregon.

 

November 12th, 2000: “Venge Art: Fascicle #4” for narrator, musicians, actors, dancers, and culinary artists (Op. 49).  Art Maddox, narrator; Gary Noland, piano & Nolander; Adam Diller, saxophone 1; Eric Duerr, saxophone 2; Mark Burdon, percussion; Guy Tyler, double bass; Laura Zaerr, harp; Peter Thomas, guitar; Tim Mason, television, vacuum cleaner, keyboard & electronics;  Terry Wergeland, Theremin, baritone (horn), trumpet, accordion; Jeff Winslow, Nolander and noisemakers; Jack Boss, clarinet. University of Oregon Festival of the Millenium (Seventh Species invited as guest ensemble). Beall Hall, School of Music, University of Oregon.

           

June 22nd, 2000: “Four Heine Lieder,” settings of four poems by Heinrich Heine for soprano and piano (Op. 19). Kimberly Raddatz, soprano; Art Maddox, piano. Seventh Species Composers concert, Newman Center, Eugene, Oregon.

           

June 22nd, 2000: “Fugue in G major” for string quartet (Op. 13). Anthony Dyer and Jennifer Cowell, violins; Andrew Justice, viola; Mintcho Badev, cello. Seventh Species Composers concert, Newman Center, Eugene, Oregon.

 

June 22nd, 2000:  “Six O’Clock Blues” (Op. 59, No. 2) performed by pianist Gary Noland on Seventh Species concert at the Newman Center, Eugene, Oregon.

 

June 21st, 2000: “Venge Art: Fascicle #3” for narrator, musicians, actors, dancers, and culinary artists (Op. 45). Gary Noland, narrator; David Denniston & Terry Wergeland, keyboards. Seventh Species Composers Concert, Pioneer Courthouse Square, Portland, Oregon.

 

May 1st thru 4th, 2000: “Women Who Cry Apples,” a cycle of six songs on poems by Joathan Swift for soprano, clarinet, violin & piano (Op. 36). Cancelled performances by soprano Kristin Norderval and chamber group in Norway. To be rescheduled.

 

May 1st, 2000: “Venge Art: Fascicle  #2”  for narrator, musicians, actors, dancers, and culinary artists (Op. 44). Art Maddox, narrator; Gary Noland, piano; Guy Tyler, bass;  Tom Bergeron, saxophone; Peter Thomas, guitar; Robert Scofield (aka “Dr. Box”), sundry electronica.  Seventh Species Composers Concert at Berbati’s Pan in Portland, Oregon.

 

March 15th, 2000: “Four Heine Lieder,” settings of four poems by Heinrich Heine for soprano and piano (Op. 19). Kimberly Raddatz, soprano; Art Maddox, piano. Seventh Species Composers concert, Wiegland Hall, Marylhurst University, Portland, Oregon.

 

March 15th, 2000: “Verborgenheit,” setting of poem by Eduard Mörike for medium-high voice and piano (Op. 1, #11).

Katie Hallor, soprano and Gary Noland, piano. Seventh Species Composers concert, Wiegland Hall, Marylhurst University, Portland, Oregon.

 

March 12th, 2000: “Romance” for viola and piano (Op. 10). Franklin Alvarez, viola; Hung-Yun Chu, piano. Beall Hall, School of Music, University of Oregon.

 

January 23rd, 2000: “Andante in F Minor” for piano, four hands (Op. 46). Pianists Mayumi Shigenaga and Miho Ishida, Osaka, Japan. Future performances planned in Japan.

 

November 10th, 1999: “Venge Art: Fascicle #3” for narrator, musicians, actors, dancers, and culinary artists (Op. 45). Gary Noland, narrator (also typewriter & Nolander), Jackie T. Gabel, electronics, David Denniston and Art Maddox, pianos; Terry Wergeland, accordion, trumpet and baritone; Laura Zaerr, harp; Peter Thomas, guitar and waterphone; Timothy Mason, television, vacuum cleaner, tape recorder, Turkish drum and synthesized telephone. University of Oregon Festival of the Millenium (Seventh Species invited as guest ensemble). Beall Hall, School of Music, University of Oregon.

 

October 30th, 1999: “Venge Art: Fascicle #3” for narrator, musicians, actors, dancers, and culinary artists (Op. 45). Gary Noland, narrator (also typewriter & Nolander); Jackie Gabel, electronics; Richard Freeman-Toole, piano & violin; Laura Zaerr, harp; Peter Thomas, guitar. SCI (Society of Composers, Inc.) Conference, Marylhurst University (Seventh Species invited as guest ensemble).

 

September 4th, 1999: “Canonette in G Minor” for piano (Op. 40, No. 1). Alisa Nakahira, piano. Osaka, Japan.

 

June 16th, 1999: “Grande Rag Brillante” for piano (Op. 15). Recording accompanying “cooking demonstration” (i.e., a gustable concoction consisting of ingredients such as Listerine, donuts, laundry detergent, Cap’n Crunch, ketchup, etc.) by Gary Noland on Seventh Species Composers concert at the Newman Center, Eugene, Oregon.

 

June 15th, 1999: “Romance” for viola and piano (Op. 10). Franklin Alvarez, viola; Kaori Katayama Noland, piano. Seventh Species Composers concert, Newman Center, Eugene, Oregon.

 

June 15th, 1999: “Canonette in G Minor” and “Quodlibet” for piano (Op. 40, Nos. 1 and 3). Bruno Gartner, piano. Seventh Species Composers concert at the Newman Center, Eugene, Oregon.

 

June 13th, 1999: “Romance” for viola and piano (Op. 10). Franklin Alvarez, viola; Kaori Katayama Noland, piano. “Composer-of-the-Year” recital, Oregon Music Teachers Association State Convention, Beall Hall, School of Music, University of Oregon.

 

June 13th, 1999: “Septet” for clarinet, alto saxophone, French horn, two violins, double bass, and piano (Op. 43).

Conducted by Guy Tyler. Carol Robe, clarinet; Tom Bergeron, alto saxophone; Ellen Campbell, French horn; Tasana Nagavajara, 1st violin;  Anthony Dyer, 2nd violin;  Forrest Moyer, double bass;  Art Maddox, piano. Oregon Music Teachers Association (OMTA) 1999 State Convention “Composer-of-the-Year” recital, Beall Hall, School of Music, University of Oregon.

 

June 13th, 1999: “Venge Art: Fascicle #1” for narrator, musicians, actors, dancers, and culinary artists (Op. 39). Art Maddox, narrator;  Robert Scofield (aka “Dr. Box”), urhu;  Timothy J. Mason, TV & vacuum cleaner; Gary Noland, piano; Alan Phillips, banjo;  Peter Thomas, guitar and waterphone; Guy Tyler, double bass; Terry Wergeland, accordion, trumpet, and horn; Geoff Wooden, electric guitar.  Oregon Music Teachers Association (OMTA) state convention “Composer-of-the-Year” recital, Beall Hall, School of Music, University of Oregon.

 

June 13th, 1999: “Canonette in G Minor” and “Quodlibet” for piano (Op. 40, Nos. 1 and 3). Bruno Gartner, piano. Oregon Music Teachers Association (OMTA) state convention “Composer-of-the-Year” recital, Beall Hall, School of Music, University of Oregon.

 

November 17th, 1998: “Blues Flash” for piano (Op. 42). Ariel Borenzstein, piano. Seventh Species Composers concert at the United Lutheran Church, Eugene, Oregon.

 

November 17th, 1998: “Venge Art: Fascicle  #2”  for narrator, musicians, actors, dancers, and culinary artists (Op. 44). Art Maddox, narrator; Gary Noland, piano, typewriter, and Nolander;  Jackie T. Gabel, synthesized percussion; Terry Wergeland, organ; Peter Thomas, guitar and waterphone; Dyer Snider, Native American Flute, Timothy Mason, television. Seventh Species Composers concert at the United Lutheran Church, Eugene Oregon.

 

October 27th, 1998: “Venge Art: Fascicle #1” for narrator, musicians, actors, dancers, and culinary artists (Op. 39). Art Maddox, narrator; Gary Noland, piano, typewriter, and Nolander; Jackie T. Gabel, synthesized percussion;  Jeff Defty, cello;  Rene Salm, organ;  Laura Zaerr, harp; Peter Thomas, guitar; Dyer Snider, Native American Flute; Timothy Mason, television. Seventh Species Composers concert, United Lutheran Church, Eugene, Oregon.

 

October 27th, 1998: “Five Pieces for Piano” (Op. 41). Gary Noland, piano. Seventh Species Composers concert, United Lutheran Church, Eugene, Oregon.

 

September 11th, 1998: “Fantasy in E Minor” for cello and piano (Op. 24). Hamilton Cheifetz, cello; Victor Steinhardt, piano. Beall Hall, School of Music, University of Oregon.

 

October, 1997: “Romance” for viola and piano (Op. 10). Rozanna Weinberger, viola; Miki Inafune, piano. Diers Recital Hall, Fredonia State College, Fredonia, New York.

 

October, 1997: “Romance” for viola and piano (Op. 10). Rozanna Weinberger, viola; Miki Inafune, piano. Wick Center, Daemen             College, Amherst, New York.

 

October 26th, 1997: “Zorchgevunk” for piano (Op. 40, No. 6). Gary Noland, piano. Seventh Species Composers concert at Smith Recital Hall, Western Oregon University, Monmouth, Oregon.

 

October 25th, 1997: “Zorchgevunk” for piano (Op. 40, No. 6). Gary Noland, piano. Sevemth Species Composers concert at First Christian Church, Eugene, Oregon.

 

October 24th, 1997: “Intermezzo” for violin and piano (Op. 18). Leslie Sawyer, violin; Kaori Katayama Noland, piano. Seventh Species Composers concert. Flannagan Chapel, Lewis and Clark College, Portland, Oregon.

 

May 31st, 1997: “Amerikan Bozo Dance” from “String Quartet No. 2” (Op. 32, No. 8). Onyx String Quartet, NACUSA (National Association of Composers USA) concert, Palo Alto Cultural Center, Palo Alto, CA.

 

May 19th, 1997: “Six Lurid Albumblatts” for 1-1000 players (Op. 14). Gary Noland, piano. Seventh Species Composers Concert, First Presbyterian Church, Corvallis, Oregon.

 

May 19th, 1997: “Pinball Ecstasy” and “Opinionations,” recorded four-track improvisations on the Yamaha DX7. Seventh Species Composers Concert, First Presbyterian Church, Corvallis, Oregon.  

 

March 22nd, 1997: “Intermezzo” for violin and piano (Op. 18). Leslie Sawyer, violin; Kaori Katayama Noland, piano. Seventh Species Composers concert. Main Stage Performance Hall, Lane Community College, Eugene, Oregon.

 

November 22nd, 1996: “Treadmill” for clarinet and double bass (Op. 37a). Carol Robe, clarinet; Guy Tyler, double bass. Seventh Species Composers Concert at the Blue Door Theater, Lane Community College, Eugene, Oregon.

 

November 22nd, 1996:  “Seven Pieces for Piano” (unpublished). Gary Noland, piano. Seventh Species Composers concert, the Blue Door Theater, Lane Community College, Eugene, Oregon.

           

November 21st, 1996: “The Pipsqueak Scrolls” for narrator and ad hoc variable ensemble (Op. 21). by narrator Art Maddox, narrator; Gary Noland, Tom Bergeron, alto saxophone; Guy Tyler, double bass. Seventh Species Composers concert, Blue Door Theater, Lane Community College, Eugene, Oregon.

 

April 7th, 1996: “The Emancipate Metronoid” for narrator and musical accompaniment (Op. 33). Art Maddox, narrator;  Tom Bergeron, saxophone; Gary Noland, piano. Seventh Species Composers concert, Community Music Center, Portland, Oregon. 

 

February 22nd, 1996: “The Emancipate Metronoid” for narrator and musical accompaniment (Op. 33). Art Maddox, narrator; Guy Tyler, double bass; Gary Noland, piano. Seventh Species Composers concert, the Unitarian Church, Eugene, Oregon.

 

November 9th, 1995: “Delight in Disorder,” madrigal for SAT (setting of poem by Robert Herrick) (Op. 28).  Seventh Species Composers concert, The Unitarian Church, Eugene Oregon.

           

November 9th, 1995: “Drink to Me Only with Thine Eyes,” madrigal for SATB (setting of poem, “Song to Celia,” by Ben Jonson) (Op. 35).  Seventh Species Composers concert, Unitarian Church, Eugene Oregon.

 

November 9th, 1995: “My God, Why hast Thou Forsaken me?” setting of text from Psalm 22 for SA or TB (Op. 9).

Seventh Species Composers concert, Unitarian Church, Eugene, Oregon.

 

September 19, 1995: “The Pipsqueak Scrolls” for narrator and ad hoc variable ensemble (Op. 21). Gary Noland, narrator. Artist’s Café at Juice Rio, Eugene, Oregon.

 

August 6th, 1995: “Chorale” for piano (Op. 1, No. 1) and “Improvisation” for piano. Gary Noland, piano. First Christian Church, Eugene, Oregon.

 

May 7th, 1995: “Romance” for viola and piano (Op. 10). Barbara Crieder, viola; Charles Abramovic, piano. NACUSA (National Association of Composers USA) concert, First Presbyterian Church, Lansdowne, Pennsylvania.

 

April 22nd, 1995: “String Quartet No. 2” (Op. 32), movements # 6-10. The New Quartet, University of Oregon’s Music Today Festival (Seventh Species Composers concert), The Unitarian Church, Eugene, Oregon.

 

February 21st, 1995: “Grimprovisation” for piano (Op. 38). Gary Noland, piano. Artist’s Cafe, Juice Rio (sponsored by A.R.T.E.), Eugene, Oregon.

 

February 21st, 1995: “Six Lurid Albumblatts” for 1-1000 players (Op. 14). Gary Noland, piano. Artist’s Café (sponsored by A.R.T.E.), Eugene, Oregon.

 

February 21st, 1995: “The Well-Tempered Bone Box” for narrator and musical accompaniment (Op. 30). Gary Noland, narrator. Artist’s Cafe, Juice Rio, Eugene.

 

February 16th, 1995: “Women Who Cry Apples,” a cycle of six songs on poems by Joathan Swift for soprano, clarinet, violin & piano (Op. 36). Soprano Monica Murray, clarinetist Nina Olsen, violinist Shirley Santovo, pianist Charles Scarborough. “Thursday Musical” concert, Temple Beth Israel, Minneapolis.

 

January 22nd, 1995: “Quaalude, Tabloid & Bug” for piano and junk (Op. 29). Gary Noland, piano and junk. Seventh Species Composers concert. Smith Recital Hall, Western Oregon State University, Monmouth, Oregon. 

 

January 22nd, 1995: “Grimprovisation” for piano (Op. 38).  Pianist Gary Noland, Seventh Species concert, Smith Recital Hall, Western Oregon State University, Monmouth, Oregon.

 

January 17th, 1995: “The Emancipate Metronoid” for narrator and musical accompaniment (Op. 33). Gary Noland, narrator. Artist’s Cafe, Juice Rio, Eugene, Oregon.

 

January 17th, 1995: “Quaalude, Tabloid & Bug” for piano and junk (Op. 29). Gary Noland, piano and junk. Artist’s Cafe, (sponsored by A.R.T.E.) at Juice Rio, Eugene, Oregon.

 

November 11th, 1994: “Quaalude, Tabloid & Bug” for piano and junk (Op. 29). Gary Noland, piano and junk. Seventh Species Composers concert, Central Lutheran Church, Eugene, Oregon.

 

November 11th, 1994: “The Broom Brigade” for piano (Op. 25). Gary Noland, piano. Seventh Species Composers concert, Central Lutheran Church, Eugene Oregon.

 

October 15th, 1994: “Verborgenheit,” setting of poem by Eduard Mörike for medium-high voice and piano (Op. 1, #11).

Soprano Kathleen Nitz and pianist Jeana Ogren. NACUSA (National Association of Composers USA) concert, the Palo Alto Cultural Center, Palo Alto, CA.

 

October 1st, 1994 : “Tabloid” from “Quaalude, Tabloid & Bug” for piano and junk (Op. 29). Gary Noland, piano. Part of an hour-long silent film improvisation sponsored by the Berkeley Historical Society, entitled:  “When Getting There was Half the Fun.” Veterans Memorial Building, Berkeley, CA.

 

October 1st, 1994: “The Broom Brigade” for piano (Op. 25).  Gary Noland, piano. Part of an hour-long silent film improvisation sponsored by the Berkeley Historical Society, entitled “When Getting There was Half the Fun.” Veterans Memorial Building, Berkeley, CA.

 

October 1st, 1994:  Excerpt of “Russell Street Rag” for piano (Op. 5). Gary Noland, piano. Part of an hour-long silent film improvisation sponsored by the Berkeley Historical Society, entitled “When Getting There was Half the Fun.” Veterans Memorial Building, Berkeley, CA.

 

October 1st, 1994: “Chorale” and “Schmalz” from “Twenty Piano Pieces” (Op. 1). Gary Noland, piano. Part of an hour-long silent film improvisation sponsored by the Berkeley Historical Society, entitled “When Getting There was Half the Fun.” Berkeley, CA.

 

July 20th, 1994: “Women Who Cry Apples,” a cycle of six songs on poems by Joathan Swift for soprano, clarinet, violin & piano (Op. 36). Soprano Deborah Kavash and the New Archive Trio of San Francisco (Renie Wong, violin; David Barnett, clarinet; Bill Sorensen, piano), Ernest Bloch Music Festival, Newport, Oregon.

 

July 20th, 1994: “Quaalude, Tabloid & Bug” for piano and junk (Op. 29). Gary Noland, piano and junk. Ernest Bloch Festival Composers Symposium, Newport, Oregon.

 

July 13th, 1994: “Quaalude, Tabloid & Bug” for piano and junk (Op. 29). Gary Noland, piano. High School Piano Camp, School of Music, University of Oregon.

           

April 10th, 1994: “The Broom Brigade” for piano (Op. 25) and “The Melancholic Moneymonger” for piano (Op. 26). Mariko Matsuo, piano. Kyoto, Japan.

 

May 6th, 1993: “Grande Rag Brillante” for piano (Op. 15). Computer-driven Yamaha Disklavier, Practicing Postmodernisms Conference, School of Music, University of Oregon, Eugene, OR.

 

January 31st, 1992: “Teatime in Purgatory” for narrator, piano improviser and pantomimists (Op. 16). G.P. Skratz, narrator; Gary Noland, piano improviser; Lynne-Rachel Altman and Zoey Bloom, pantomimists. Directed by Guillermo Galindo and sponsored by the Playwrights’ Center of San Francisco, Blue Bear Theater, Fort Mason Center, San Francisco.

 

December 5th, 1991: “Teatime in Purgatory” for narrator, piano improviser and pantomimists (Op. 16). Opal Louis Nations, narrator; Gary Noland, piano improviser; plus several pantomimists. Directed by Guillermo Galindo. Seventh Species Composers concert, Mills College Concert Hall, Oakland, CA.

 

December 4th, 1991: “Six Lurid Albumblatts” for 1-1000 players (Op. 14). Gary Noland, piano. Seventh Species Composers concert, Mills College Concert Hall, Oakland, CA.

 

October 27th, 1991: “Chorale” (No. 1), “Fughetta” (No. 14), “Invention” (No. 15) from “Twenty Piano Pieces” (Op. 1).  Eileen Coggin, organ.  Mills College Chapel, Oakland, CA.

 

October 27th, 1991: “Canon” (No. 5), “Allemande” (No. 4) from “Six and a Half Piano Pieces” (Op. 8).  Eileen Coggin, organ. Mills College Chapel, Oakland, CA.

 

October 26th, 1991: “Intermezzo” for violin and piano (Op. 18). Reiko Nishioka, violin; Gary Noland, piano. Seventh Species Composers concert, Mills College Ensemble Room, Oakland, CA.

 

April, 1991: “Introduction” (first movement) of “String Quartet No. 1” (Op. 12).  Reading by the Arditti Quartet, Hertz Hall Green Room, U.C. Berkeley.

 

(?) 1991: “My God, Why hast Thou Forsaken me?” setting of text from Psalm 22 for SA or TB (Op. 9). Northbrae Community Church Choir, Berkeley CA.

 

March 13th, 1991: “Six Lurid Albumblatts” for 1-1000 players (Op. 14). Gary Noland, piano with slide projections of graphic score. Seventh Species Composers concert at Mills College Concert Hall, Oakland, CA.

 

Feb. 21st, 1991: “Introduction” (first movement) of “String Quartet No. 1” (Op. 12). The Magellan Quartet Quartet (Ron Erickson, 1st violin;  India Cooke, 2nd violin; Meg Titchener, viola;  Matt Brubeck, cello). Seventh Species Composers concert, Mills College Concert Hall, Oakland, CA.

 

February 21st, 1991: “Fugue in G major” for string quartet (Op. 13). The Magellan String Quartet (Ron Erickson, 1st violin;  India Cooke, 2nd violin; Meg Titchener, viola; Matt Brubeck, cello). Seventh Species Composers concert, Mills College Concert Hall, Oakland, CA.

 

February 21st, 1991: “Birchermuesli,” cereal music for string quartet (Op. 6). The Magellan Quartet (Ron Erickson, 1st violin;  India Cooke, 2nd violin; Meg Titchener, viola; Matt Brubeck, cello). Seventh Species Composers concert, Mills College Concert Hall, Oakland, CA.

 

February 21st, 1991: “Four Heine Lieder,” settings of four poems by Heinrich Heine for soprano and piano (Op. 19). Josephine Zizzo, soprano; Michael Ordland, piano. Seventh Species Composers concert, Mills College Concert Hall, Oakland, CA.

 

February 21st, 1991: “Chorale” and “Bagatelle” from “Twenty Piano Pieces” (Op. 1). Steve Cosgrove, piano. Seventh Species Composers concert, Mills College Concert Hall, Oakland, CA.

 

February 21st, 1991: “Viennese Nightmare Rag” for piano (Op. 4). Steve Cosgrove (aka: Steve Arntsen), piano. Seventh Species Composers concert, Mills College Concert Hall, Oakland, CA.

 

December 5th, 1990: “Six Lurid Albumblatts” for 1-1000 players (Op. 14). Gary Noland, piano. Seventh Species Composers concert, Merritt Junior College, Oakland, CA.

           

November 17th, 1990: “Six Lurid Albumblatts” for 1-1000 players (Op. 14). Gary Noland, piano. Seventh Species Composers concert, Sherman-Clay Recital Hall, San Francisco, CA.

 

February, 1990: “Teatime in Purgatory” for narrator, piano improviser and pantomimists (Op. 16). Ernest Landauer, narrator; Gary Noland, piano improviser. Department of Music, U.C. Berkeley.

 

November 12th, 1989: “Burlesque” from “Twenty Piano Pieces” (Op. 1). Randall Hodgkinson, piano. Solo recital, University of Lowell, Lowell, Massachusetts. 

 

November 9th, 1989: “Humoresque” for piano (Op. 3). Lisa Caliri, piano, Noon Hour Concert Series at Goddard Chapel, Tufts University, Medford, Massachusetts.

 

November, 1989: “Humoresque” for piano (Op. 3).  Pianist Lisa Caliri, Cambridge Center for Adult Education, Cambridge, MA (video-taped for television broadcast).

 

May 14th, 1989:  “Burlesque” from “Twenty Piano Pieces” (Op. 1). Sheila Waxman, piano. Thelma E. Goldberg Concert, Paine Hall, Harvard University.

 

December 4th, 1988: “Ragbones” (Op. 11), “Viennese Nightmare Rag” (Op. 4), “Russell Street Rag” (Op. 5). Mark Lutton, piano. Paine Hall, Harvard University.

 

1985-1988: Excerpts of “Adagio,” “Waltz,” and “Fugue” movements of “String Quartet No. 1 (Op. 12). Several readings by the New World String Quartet, Harvard University.

 

November 15th, 1987: “Romance” for viola and piano (Op. 10). Katherine Murdock, viola; Randall Hodgkinson, piano. Harvard Group for New Music Concert, Paine Hall, Harvard University.

           

November 14th, 1987: “Humoresque” for piano (Op. 3).  South Berkshire Concerts, Solo recital of pianist Randall Hodgkinson, Arts Center Theater, Simon’s Rock of Bard College, MA.

 

November, 1987: “Humoresque” for piano (Op. 3).  Pianist Randall Hodgkinson, Currier House, Harvard University.

 

April 12th, 1987: “My God, Why hast Thou Forsaken me?” setting of text from Psalm 22 for SA or TB (Op. 9). Choir of Marsh Chapel, Boston University.

 

November 14th, 1986: “Humoresque” for piano (Op. 3).  Lisa Caliri, piano.  Sigma Alpha Iota International Music Fraternity, Concert Room, Boston Conservatory of Music, Boston, MA.

 

November 2nd, 1986: “Teatime in Purgatory” for narrator, piano improviser and pantomimists (Op. 16). Dan Banks, narrator; Gary Noland, piano improviser.  Special Harvard Group for New Music concert, Paine Hall, Harvard University.

 

Spring, 1986: “Six and a Half Pieces for Piano” (Op. 8). Gary Noland, piano; “A-eeet-a Garrrlic-a!” screamer Ira Braus.  Harvard Group for New Music concert.

 

Spring, 1986: “Kirchnerism,” “Sinfonia,” “Allemande,” and “Canon” from“Six and a Half Pieces for Piano” (Op. 8). Gary Noland, piano. First and Second Church, Boston, MA.

 

Spring, 1986: Pinball Ecstasy” and “Opinionations,” recorded four-track improvisations on the Yamaha DX7.  Ivan Tcherepnin’s Electronic Studio concert, Paine Hall, Harvard University.

 

March 7th, 1986: “Hollywood Elegies” for soprano and piano (Op. 2). Laurrie DiPofi, soprano; Gary Noland, piano.  Music Now! concert.  Paine Hall, Harvard University.

 

March 7th, 1986: “Humoresque” for piano (Op. 3). Lisa Caliri, piano. Music Now! concert. Paine Hall, Harvard University.

 

February 15th, 1986: “Birchermuesli,” cereal music for string quartet (Op. 6).  The Freeland Quartet, Music Now! concert, Holy Trinity Armenian Church, Cambridge, MA.

 

1986: “Humoresque” for piano (Op. 3). Lisa Caliri, piano. House recital at Minuetta Kessler’s, Belmont, MA.

 

February 14th, 1986: “Birchermuesli,” cereal music for string quartet (Op. 6). The Freeland Quartet, Paine Hall, Harvard University.

 

February 14th, 1986: “I Dare Not Ask a Kiss,” setting of poem by Robert Herrick for medium voice and harpsichord (Op. 7). Laurrie DiPofi, soprano; Sally Griffing, harpsichord. Paine Hall, Harvard University.

 

February 12th, 1986:  “Humoresque” for piano (Op. 3).  Lisa Caliri, piano. Boston Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA.

 

January, 1986: Pinball Ecstasy” and “Opinionations,” recorded four-track improvisations on the Yamaha DX7. Music Now! concert, The Barbara Krakow Gallery, Newbury Street, Boston, MA.

 

September 14th, 1985: “Verborgenheit,” setting of poem by Eduard Mörike for medium-high voice and piano (Op. 1, #11). Rob Maher, baritone; Gary Noland, piano. New School of Music, Cambridge, MA.

 

Summer, 1985: “Humoresque” for piano (Op. 3).  Pianist Gary Noland, the New School of Music, Cambridge, MA.

 

May 12th, 1985: “Verborgenheit,” setting of poem by Eduard Mörike for medium-high voice and piano (Op. 1, #11). Rob Maher, baritone; Nancy Poe, piano. Thelma E. Goldberg concert at Paine Hall, Harvard University.

 

Spring, 1985: “Chorale,” “Bagatelle,” “Rag,” “Sarcasm,” “Anthem” from “Twenty Piano Pieces (Op. 1).  Lisa Goldman, piano. Harvard Group for New Music concert, Paine Hall, Harvard University.

 

May, 1984: “Fantasy in E Minor” for cello and piano (early unpublished version). Scott Kluksdahl, cello; Brian Marble, piano. Composers Seminar Concert, Paine Hall, Harvard University.

 

May 11th, 1984: “Minuet,” Buchla-Serge sequences, musique concrete with piano improvisations. Gary Noland, piano; with dancer and tape. Ivan Tcherepnin’s Electronic Studio concert, Paine Hall, Harvard University.

 

Spring, 1984: “Fugue in G major” for string orchestra. Reading by Harvard-Radcliffe Orchestra String Section. James Yannatos, conductor. Sanders Theatre, Harvard University.

 

Autumn, 1983: “Birchermuesli” (excerpts) for string quartet. The New World String Quartet, North House, Harvard University.

 

Autumn, 1983: “String Quartet No. 2” (Op. 32), movements nos. 2 and 3 (unpublished versions). The New World String Quartet, North House, Harvard University.

 

April, 1983: “Romance” for viola and piano. Elizabeth Whaley, viola; Gary Noland, piano. Assembly Hall, Boston Conservatory.

 

April 9th 1983:  “Twenty Piano Pieces” (unpublished version). Gary Noland, piano; Deborah Harrington, soprano; plus dancers. Assembly Hall, Boston Conservatory.

 

April 9th, 1983: “Hollywood Elegies” for soprano and piano (Op. 2). Rebecca Gorlin, soprano; Gary Noland, piano. Assembly Hall, Boston Conservatory.

 

April 9th, 1983: “Verborgenheit,” setting of poem by Eduard Mörike for medium-high voice and piano (Op. 1, #11). Deborah Harrington, soprano; Gary Noland, piano. Assembly Hall, Boston Conservatory.

 

April 9th, 1983: :  1. “Aus meinen Thränen spriessen,” 2. “Im wunderschönen Monat Mai,” settings of poems by Heinrich Heine for soprano and piano. Deborah Harrington, soprano; Gary Noland, piano. Assembly Hall, Boston Conservatory.

 

April 9th, 1983: “Viennese Nightmare Rag” for piano (Op. 4). Michael Dewart, piano. Assembly Hall, Boston Conservatory.

 

April 9th, 1983: “I Dare not Ask a Kiss,” setting of poem by Robert Herrick for medium voice and harpsichord (Op. 7). Deborah Harrington, voice; Gary Noland, piano. Assembly Hall, Boston Conservatory.

 

November, 1982: “Hollywood Elegies” for soprano and piano (Op. 2). Janet Steen Campbell, soprano; Gary Noland, piano. Assembly Hall, Boston Conservatory. 

 

1982: 1. “Aus meinen Thränen spriessen,” 2. “Im wunderschönen Monat Mai,” settings of poems by Heinrich Heine for soprano and piano. Deborah Harrington, soprano; Michael Dewart, piano. Assembly Hall, Boston Conservatory.

 

1982: “Fugue in G major” for string orchestra. Boston Conservatory Orchestra, String Section. Francis Ledger, conductor.  Assembly Hall, Boston Conservatory.

 

1982: “Adagietto” from “Twenty Piano Pieces.” Michael Dewart, piano. Boston Conservatory.

 

Spring, 1982: “I Dare not Ask a Kiss,” setting of poem by Robert Herrick for medium voice and harpsichord (Op. 7). Deborah Harrington, soprano; Michael Dewart, harpsichord. Boston Conservatory.

 

January, 1982: “Viennese Nightmare Rag” for piano. Gary Noland, piano, Boston Conservatory.

 

1979: “Delight in Disorder,” madrigal for SAT (setting of poem by Robert Herrick) (unpublished version). U.C. Berkeley student choir, by Sather Gate, U.C. Berkeley.

 

1979: “Prelude in E Minor” for piano (unpublished version). Gary Noland, piano, U.C. Berkeley.

 

Spring, 1977:  “Sinfonia” for piano (unpublished version). Walter Winslow, piano. Department of Music Recital Room, U.C. Berkeley.

 

1976: “Sonata in C Major” (three movements) for piano. Steve Cosgrove, piano. Café Romano, Berkeley, CA.