- STRINGS: The four instruments (violin, viola, cello and double bass) will be designated as STRS=strings. The number of string players for a full or chamber orchestra is not specified and is left to the discretion of the music director.
- WOODWINDS: PICC=piccolo FL=flute CL=clarinet BCL=bass clarinet OB=oboe EH=English horn BSN=bassoon CBSN=contra-bassoon AS=alto saxophone TS=tenor saxophone BSX=baritone saxophone
- BRASS: TPT=trumpet FH=French horn TB=trombone TBA=tuba
- PERCUSSION: TYM=tympani XYLO=xylophone MAR=marimba VIB=vibraphone PNO=piano CEL=celeste GLK=glockenspiel TUBBLS=tubular bells SD=snare drum TDR=tenor drum BDR=bass drum CYMS=cymbals GNG=gong TAMB=tambourine TRI=triangle
- VOICES: TENVCE=tenor voice TTBBCH=men’s choir
|Concertino for Saxophone Quartet|
(3 movements, full orchestra)
|Soloists: AS / 2TS / BSX|
Orch: STRS / 2FL / 2OB / 2CL / 2BSN / 2FH / 4TPT / 3TB/TBA/ TYM / SD / SUSCYM
|The Angel of the Flowing Light1||STRS / PICC / 2FL / 2OB / EH / 2CL / 2BSN / 3FH / 3TPT / 3TB / TYM / GNG / TUBBLS / GLKS||Approximately
|The Festival of Attis and Cybele|
(symphonic suite in 5 movements)2
|STRS / 2FL / 2OB / 2CL / 2BSN / CBSN / 4FH / 3TPT / 3TB / TBA / TYM / CYMS / TDR / XYLO / MAR / VIB / TAMB||Approximately
|The Sign of Jonas:|
In Memoriam Thomas Merton
|STRS / 2FL / 2OOB / 2CL / BSN / 2FH / PNO / TTBBCH||Approximately
|Peter Quince at the Klavier|
(vocal work; chamber orchestra)4
|TENVCE / STRS / FL / OB / CL / FH / BSN / CEL / TYM / TRI / GLK / BDR / CYMS / VIB / GNG / XYLO / TAMB / TDR||Approximately
- This work is an orchestration of one of the movements of The Great Happiness Suite originally conceived for synthesizer. See Music for Keyboard Instruments.
- This suite would be suitable as a ballet score. The titles of the movements are: I. Prologue II. Day of Mourning III. Festival of Joy IV. Day of Repose V. Processional to the Almo and Epilogue
- The title is taken from the journal of the same name by the writer and Trappist monk Thomas Merton (1915-1968). It requires a narrator who reads passages from the journal during the course of the piece. The central section, which is the composer’s plainsong setting of parts of the Mass for a men’s choir, may be omitted.
- The text for the work is a poem by the American writer Wallace Stevens (1879-1956).