List of Works


Marshall Jones
List of Works


Large Ensemble


Paramnesis (2009) 8’30"
orchestra
First Performance: February 19, 2016
Florida State University Philharmonia Orchestra
Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL

Four Movements in Search of a Composer (2015-2016) c. 19’
wind ensemble and brass sextet


Handbells


Shared Joy (2004) c. 3’30"
for 4 octaves handbells and 3 octaves handchimes
First Performance: November 17, 2013
Trinity Presbyterian Church, New Port Richey, FL
Suncoast Bronze Ringers


Tranquil Reverberations (2009) 3’00’
5 octaves handbells


Axial Oxymoron (2010) c. 4’30"
7 octaves handbells, 5 octaves handchimes, and electronic media


Liturgical


Full setting of Holy Communion – Kyrie, Hymn of Praise, Gospel Acclamation, Offertory, Sanctus, Agnus Dei, Post-Communion Canticle (2008) total c. 10’
First use in worship: May 25, 2008
St. Timothy Lutheran Church, Tarpon Springs, FL

May This Mind (2003) 1’30"
First use in worship: September 25, 2011
St. Timothy Lutheran Church, Tarpon Springs, FL


Christ Found a World Divided (author unknown) --- (1998) c. 3’
First use in Worship: unknown as well (c. 2002-2005, since it was during my tenure at First United Methodist Church, Elizabeth City, NC)


Vocal/Choral


The Lake (text by Edgar Allen Poe) (2009) 5’00"
tenor / piano
First Performance: December 1, 2009
University of South Florida, Tampa, FL
Chris Romeo, tenor; Andrew Hoy, piano


Fight the Good Fight (text by John S.B. Monsell) (2006) 2’30"
SATB chorus
First use in worship: February 12, 2006
St. Timothy Lutheran Church, Tarpon Springs, FL
St. Timothy Choir


April 15 (text by Jessica Garratt) (2012) c. 15’
Mezzo-soprano, clarinet, piano, and cello
First performance: April 25, 2015
Florida State University
Anna Farley, mezzo-soprano; Lori Milbier, piano;
Joey Velez, clarinet; Logan Castro, cello


Chamber


Piano Quintet (2009) 14’30"
2 violins, viola, cello. piano
First performance: November 13, 2009
University of South Florida, Tampa, FL
Leslee Smucker, Matt Dendy, violins; Amanda Carrattini, viola; Byron Hogan, cello; Jeff Chodil, piano


Terraqueous (2009-2012) 20’00"
8 percussion
First Performance: 4th movement (Stratification) only
April 26, 2010
University of South Florida, Tampa, FL
USF Percussion Ensemble

Reading: 1st, 2nd, and 3rd movements
November 26, 2012
University of South Florida, Tampa, FL
USF Percussion Ensemble


Tetractic Inflections (2010) c. 8’00"
Horn quartet
First performance: March 24, 2016
Wil Dannenberg, Kate Warren, Madison Kronheim, Chris Phelps, horns
Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL


Nuclear Placidity (2011) c. 2’45"
Flute ensemble—2 picc, 4 fl, alto fl, bass fl
First performance: April 22, 2012
First Unitarian Church of Cleveland, Shaker Heights, OH
Greater Cleveland Flute Society

arr. for horn choir (2015) —8 (or 16) horns in F
First Performance: August 4th, 2015
FSU Horn Choir
International Horn Symposium, Los Angeles, CA


Irascible Ennui (2011) c. 2’35"
Flute ensemble—2 picc, 4 fl, alto fl, bass fl


April 15 (text by Jessica Garratt) (2012) c. 15’
Mezzo-soprano, clarinet, piano, and cello
First performance: April 25, 2015
Florida State University
Anna Farley, mezzo-soprano; Lori Milbier, piano;
Joey Velez, clarinet; Logan Castro, cello



String Quartet (2013-2014) c. 9’
2 vln, vla, vc
First performance: (1st and 2nd movements)
February 22nd, 2014
Florida State University
Eppes Quartet

(full performance)
Elaine Bastos, Jocelyn Hsu, violins; Joseph Koeferl, viola;
Logan Castro, cello
Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL


Contriverence (2014, rev. 2015) c.5’
F hn, vln, piano
First performance: June 30, 2014
University of Oregon
Noah Jenkins, violin; Marshall Jones, horn; Tao Li, piano

(revised version) March 21, 2015
Florida State University
Patrick Lin, violin; Kristin Woodward, horn;
Roderick Gorby, piano


Solo


Piano Sonata (1998) – only one movement completed 4’30"
solo piano


Many Memories (1999) 3’15"
solo piano


Inhibited Impetus (2009) 5’30"
solo flute
First Performance: February 12, 2010
University of South Florida, Tampa, FL
Fausto Miro, flute





Faith Pill (2010) 7’45"
Alto saxophone and electronic media
First Performance: April 30, 2010
University of South Florida, Tampa, FL
Jerry Siano, alto saxophone


That which is….(2014) 8’
solo piano
First performance: April 24, 2014
Florida State University
Marshall Jones, piano

version with live electronics (2015) 9’
First performance: April 28, 2015
Waterworks, Tallahassee, FL
Marshall Jones, piano; Matt Pollock, electronics


Trivium (2015) —title of the set of the following three pieces for violin

Incantation (2015) 2’
solo violin
First performance: July 7, 2016
Cortona Sessions for New Music, Cortona, Italy
Natalie Calma, violin

Nocturne (2015) 2’
solo violin
First performance: July 7, 2016
Cortona Sessions for New Music, Cortona, Italy
Nicole Parks, violin

Rhapsody (2015) 3’
solo violin
First performance: July 7, 2016
Cortona Sessions for New Music, Cortona, Italy
Ari Streisfeld, violin



A Little More Moonshine (2016) 3’30"
violin and electronics
written for Sophia Han



Electroacoustic


Brooding Belligerence (2009) 3’30"
Electronic media
First Performance: October 15, 2009
University of South Florida, Tampa, FL


Campanology (2009) 5’15"
Electronic media
First Performance: October 7th, 2012
Soundcrawl:Nashville


Peregrination (2010) 5’45"
Electronic media
First Performance: October 6th, 2012
SCI Region VI Conference at West Texas A&M


Faith Pill (2010) 7’45"
Alto saxophone and electronic media
First Performance: April 30, 2010
University of South Florida, Tampa, FL
Jerry Siano, alto saxophone


Axial Oxymoron (2010) c. 4’30"
7 octaves handbells, 5 octaves handchimes, and electronic media


Coffeegate (2014) 3’26"
Electronic media
First Performance: October 17th, 2015
Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL


A Little More Moonshine (2016) 3’30"
violin and electronics
written for Sophia Han



Arrangements


There’s a Wideness in God’s Mercy (arr. 2007) 3’15"
SATTBB chorus
First Use in Worship: February 25, 2007
St. Timothy Lutheran Church, Tarpon Springs, FL
St. Timothy Choir


Lord, Your Hands Have Formed This World (arr. 2007) c. 3’
Handbell solo and piano
First Use in Worship: September 30, 2007
St. Timothy Lutheran Church, Tarpon Springs, FL
Marshall Jones, handbell solo and Kristopher Bryant, piano


The God of Abraham Praise (arr. 2005) c. 4’
Handbell solo and piano
First use in worship: February 6, 2005
First United Methodist Church, Elizabeth City, NC
Marshall Jones, handbell solo and E. Rodney Trueblood, piano