Composing

For Orchestra/Large Ensemble


Pater Dolorosa: A Heartland Lamentation – large jazz ensemble (2015)

Views from the Bridge – full orchestra (2015)

Isaac Newton’s Fever Dream – chamber orchestra and soloist(s) (2014)

Water Fountain – large jazz ensemble (2014)

Where or When – large jazz ensemble (2013)

What Exit (On 80) – chamber orchestra (2012)

Nature Walks – full orchestra, (2011/12)

For Chamber Ensemble


Moonlight’s Bloom – soprano saxophone, violin, viola, piano (2017)

The Party at Otto H. Kahn’s – L’histoire septet (2017)

Another News Cycle – piano, electric bass, and drum set (2016)

To Speak, Perchance – 2 pianos and percussion (2 players) (2016)

Impasto – string quartet (2016)

Brokeland Records – saxophone quartet (2015)

Thunder Perfect Mind – mixed chamber ensemble (2014)

Last Night at the Blue Note – Pierrot Ensemble + percussion (2014)

Study no. 16 for Player Piano – percussion quartet (2013)

Procession for the Portly King ‘Enry – trombone quartet (2012)

A Thousand Sk(y)ies – a song for variable instrumentation (2011/12)

Speech & Debate – solo percussion (2010)

For Solo Performer (with & without electronics)


Clench and Release – piano solo (2015)

Something Dreamed, Something Lost – clarinet & fixed media (2015)

Music for Voice(s)


Come Up From the Fields, Father – female voice & string quartet (2014)

Sonnet 73: Chorale and Explication – chamber choir, a capella (2014) 

Spring & Fall: To a Young Child – soprano & chamber ensemble (2011)

Electronics/Installations

We Shall Overcome 2016 – fixed media (2016)

Jazz(ish) Tunes


Improvisation on an Improvisation on a Hungarian Folk Tune (2016)

Another and Another and Another (2015)

Bones (2014)

Before the Hangover (2013)

Illyria Suite (2011)

Brit Bop (2011)

Marcel The Champ (2010)

Nighthawks (2008)


If you like what you hear and would like to perform any of these works, please email me at laskeykc@gmail.com

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