Ross Bauer

ACE Publications

1 AGNUS DEI (2015)
SATB

2 BATON (2012)
fl, bscl, vln, vcl, orchestra

3 BOTH SIDES (2013)
flute doubling alto flute, string quintet

4 BUST A FLAME (2009)
tenor saxophone, electric guitar, piano and percussion (mostly drum set).

5 DEJA VU (1986)
fl,cl,vln,vcl,pf

6 DIRGE ELEGY (2007)
pf

7 DUSK (2002)
2+pic,2+Eh,2+bscl,2+cbsn; 4,3,2+bstbn,1; timp, perc(4), hp, strings

8 ECHOMETRY (2012)
percussion quartet

9 FAST AND LOOSE, Chamber Concerto for Flute and Eight Players (2001)
solo flute/piccolo/alto flute; clarinet/bass clarinet; bassoon, horn, harp, violin, viola, cello, bass

10 FLYING TIME (2002)
two marimbas (one with 5-octave range)

11 HEARTSTRINGS (2012)
fl, vln, vla, vc

12 IMPLICIT MEMORY (2007)
for flute/piccolo/alto flute; clarinet/bass clarinet; piano, violin, cello, percussion (1)

13 in the midst of it all (2016)
Quintet: piccolo/flute, bass clarinet, violin, cello and piano

14 THE NEAR BEYOND (2005)
clarinet, violin, viola, cello

15 NEON (1988)
3(2pic)-2,ehn-2/Ebcl-bcl-2-cbsn, 4-3-3-1,perc(3), hp,pf/cel, str

17 PAS DE DEUX (2009)
viola, cello

19 RHYME OR REASON (2013)
sax quartet

20 SOSPESO (for string orchestra) (1987)
strings 4-2-2-1

21 SPLIT INFINITIVES (2010)
two pianos -- 176 keys -- no waiting

22 SYMBIOSIS (2009)
clarinet/bass clarinet, bassoon, horn, violin, viola, cello

23 TATHATA (2007)
violin, viola, cello

24 THIN ICE (2006)
cello solo, Fl (picc), Ob (eng Hn), Cl (Bass Cl), Bsn, Hn, C Tpt, Tbn, Perc, Harp, 2 Vln, Vla, Vcl, Bass

25 until (2014)
vcl, pf

26 VIGNETTE (2014)
alto flute, bass clarinet, cello, and percussion

27 THE WATERS WRECKED THE SKY (2011)
Sop, pf

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Biography: 

Ross Bauer (b. 1951) is a master composer of deeply expressive, highly charged music in a wide variety of genres. Throughout his works, whether orchestral, concerti with orchestra or chamber ensemble, vocal or chamber music, his sense of form and instrumental writing is exquisitely idiomatic and his orchestration crystal clear and dazzling in its color. Recognition has come from the American Academy of Arts and Letters in the form of a 2005 Academy Award in Music and the Walter Hinrichsen Award. Other honors include a Guggenheim Fellowship, two Fromm Foundation commissions, Barlow and Koussevitzky commissions, an NEA Composition Fellowship, and residences at the MacDowell Colony. Bauer teaches composition and theory at the University of California, Davis and has also taught at Stanford and Brandeis Universities. He attended New England Conservatory and Brandeis, studying with John Heiss, Martin Boykan, Arthur Berger and Luciano Berio.