robert e. thomas

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"Robert E. Thomas's cool, geometric Sixteen Lines [Circling a Square] took full advantage
of the percussionist Jonathan Singer's superb four-mallet technique."
-- New York Times (10/27/2011)

Selected Compositions* - with links to Notes, Score samples, and Sound clips
Performances (Selected)

OnE [Brass Ensemble] (2014)

Four for Three [Bass Clarinet, Trumpet in B-flat, and Trombone] (2014)

Meditation [Violin and Piano] (2013)

Quick Study [Violin, Clarinet, Tenor Saxophone, and Trombone] (2013)

there dwells the child that was [Synthesized and sampled sound] (2012)

U-142 [Solo Piano] (2012)

Couplets [Solo Piano] (2009)

Quick Pick [Solo Guitar] (2008)

Vision, After-Vision [Synthesized Sound] (2008)

Spirals [Bass Flute and Bass Clarinet or Flute and Clarinet in B-flat] (2007)

All the Time in the World [Synthesized and Sampled Sound] (2006)

Tetractys [Chamber Orchestra] (2006)

Sixteen Lines Circling a Square [Solo Percussion] (2005)

i am a stranger here [Synthesized and Sampled sound] (2005)

Trio for Violin, Clarinet in A and Marimba (2004)

Quicktime [Solo Piano] (2002)

Quintet [Flute, Clarinet, Violin, Cello, Marimba] (2001)

Bard College
Boston University
Christ & St. Stephen's Church (New York City)
Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music
The College of Saint Rose
Joe's Pub at The Public Theater (New York City)
Make Music New York (New York City)
Montclair Art Museum
New Jersey City University
Raritan Valley College
Rutgers University
Summerhall (Edinburgh, Scotland)
SUNY Buffalo
University of Maryland-Baltimore County
Western Washington University
Westminster Choir College (Princeton, NJ)
American Contemporary Music Ensemble
Carl Patrick Bolleia
Composers' Chamber Ensemble
Contemporary Chamber Players
HELIX! Ensemble
Rebecca Leshures
Magnus Martensson
Nodes Performing Arts
Tony Oliver
Saint Rose New Music Ensemble
Amy Schneider
Society for Chromatic Art
Jonathan Talberg

*All scores available from the composer