Danza Oscura

Danza Oscura (Dark Dance) is a work for string orchestra that is intended to evoke the feel of a seductive dance. The use of asymmetrical meter and a slightly Spanish flavor will add a sense of mystery and exoticism to a concert program. Optional Percussion (castanet, vibra-slap, triangle, and tambourine) further enhance the air of mystery…

Still, Still, Still

A simple yet effective setting of the beautiful Christmas carol, this arrangement also features the melody in a percussion ensemble moment in the middle. Email Randall for sample requests. Click here for score

A Joyous Christmas

A Joyous Christmas is a holiday medley fusing Beethoven’s classic “Ode to Joy” (9th Symphony, 4th Movement) with the Christmas carol “Joy to the World”. To the string orchestra used in this very creative and festive setting, the arranger has added piano and percussion. Don’t miss this rousing holiday arrangement that is sure to bring down…

In the Court of the King

A delightful young orchestra piece in a renaissance dance style, accented by easy-yet-effective percussion writing. * Performed at the 2014 Midwest Clinic in Chicago, IL. Email Randall for sample requests. Click here for score

Aggressivo

Developing two rhythmic motives and pitting them against each other, this aggressive, dissonant work will be sure to excite your students. * Performed at the 2014 Midwest Clinic in Chicago, IL. Email Randall for sample requests. Click here for score

Afterburn

Motivic development of triumphant themes and creative use of percussion textures make this piece a daring selection for your next concert.*  JW Pepper’s Editor’s Choice 2014 Email Randall for sample requests. Click here for score