Compositions (Selected Works):
Prelude No. 1: “Snowfall”
Inspired by early 20th century music, specifically Debussy and Poulenc, the drifting, meandering nature of this programmatic piece paints a scene of snowflakes settling on a cold winter evening.
Prelude No. 2 “Lullaby”
A short, lyrical piece reminiscent of Scriabin and Chopin. Performer is Steven Kim, recording taken on August 11th 2011 in Las Vegas.
Nocturne in F# Minor (abridged version):
A tribute to the 19th century genre, Nocturne means “night-song” and is often associated with pensive and melancholic moods. Performer is Pianist Guy Urban, recording taken from a recital on May 6th 2010 at Wheaton College.
1 Movement For String Quartet (Winter) (Condensed)
The piece is a condensed movement, from an unfinished grander work revolving around the four seasons. I was privileged enough to have the piece performed by the talented Aurea Ensemble at Wheaton College on May 6th 2011 along with several other pieces.
Synth-Pop / Instrumentals (Selected Works):
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