Gustav Mahler, arr. Erwin Stein: Symphony No.4 in G, arranged for chamber ensemble and soprano solo for the Society for Private Musical Performances, Vienna, under the supervision of Arnold Schoenberg (1920; lost). Realization from the sketch-score in the Arnold Schoenberg Archives, formerly at the University of California Los Angeles, as commissioned by Marion Thorpe (nee Stein) and The Britten Estate; completed 1991-93. Published by Josef Weinberger, London (1993). Conducted the first modern performance at the Wigmore Hall, London, November 1993.

Ned Rorem: Concertino da Camera, for Harpsichord and chamber ensemble (1949; presumed lost). Editor of the recovered edition, published by Boosey and Hawkes. Conducted the first modern performance, University of Minnesota chamber ensemble, Minneapolis, 1993.

Edvard Grieg: Music for Ibsen’s PEER GYNT, adapted to an English scenario in one act, for Narrator, Soprano, Chorus, Organ, and Orchestra (ca. 75″). Completed and first conducted with the Racine Symphony Orchestra, 2004.

Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky: IOLANTA, arranged as an opera for young people in one act (45″). Completed and first conducted with members of Chicago Opera Theater, 2005.

David Del Tredici: FINAL ALICE (1976), arranged for soprano and 23 players (65″). Completed 2008; conducted the first performance with Patrice Michaels, soprano, and the Maverick Chamber Players at the Maverick Concerts, Woodstock, New York, 2007.

John Corigliano: Sonata for Violin and Orchestra (2012); commissioner and editor of the arrangement by Martin Kennedy of the Sonata for Violin and Piano (1963). Published by G. Schirmer, Inc. Conducted the first performances with Lara St. John, violin, and the Wisconsin Philharmonic and the La Crosse Symphony Orchestra, 2012.

Leonard Bernstein: SONGFEST (1977), as arranged for six solo singers and 17 players (2011-13). Authorized by the Leonard Bernstein Office. Conducted the first performance at the Ravinia Festival with members of the Ryan Center of the Lyric Opera of Chicago; Writer’s Theatre; and the Ensemble Dal Niente, 2013.

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