COMPOSITIONS

(all scores/parts available by contacting me or Contemporary Music Centre, Ireland)

ORCHESTRAL

Micheal Oesterle (2018) modified orchestra.
First Performance: 20 April 2018, Royal Birmingham Conservatoire Concert Hall, Birmingham, UK.
(Orkest de Ereprijs & Thallein, conducted by Daniele Rosina).

Ten Minutes of Music on The Subject of IKEA (2014) symphony orchestra.
First Performance: 4 February 2014, National Concert Hall, Dublin, Ireland.
(RTÉ NSO conducted by Gavin Maloney).

Changing Rates of Change (2012) symphony orchestra.
First Performance: 30 April 2012 National Concert Hall, Dublin, Ireland.
(RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra conducted by Gavin Maloney).

CHAMBER & ENSEMBLE

Eleven Lines of Music Slow Down and Eventually Stop (2017) ensemble.
First Performance: 12 July 2017, Carrick-on-Shannon Water Music Festival, Ireland. (Crash Ensemble).

Four Lines of Music Slow Down and Eventually Stop (2016) string quartet.
First Performance: 4 March 2017, National Concert Hall, Dublin, Ireland.
(ConTempo Quartet).

Five Lines of Music Slow Down and Eventually Stop (2016) trumpet, vibraphone, piano, cello.
First Performance: 18 March 2016, Adrian Boult Hall, Birmingham Conservatoire, Birmingham, UK.
(Thallein Ensemble, Conducted by Richard Baker).

Seven Lines of Music Slow Down and Eventually Stop (2016) oboe, alto saxophone, glockenspiel, vibraphone, piano, double bass.
First Performance: 16 April 2016, The Warehouse, London, UK.
(Workers Union Ensemble, Conducted by Ben Oliver).

Six Lines of Music for Seven Players (2016) Javanese gamelan ensemble.
First Performance: 9 March 2016, Arena Foyer, Birmingham Conservatoire, Birmingham, UK.
(Birmingham Conservatoire Gamelan Ensemble).

Five to Forty Seconds (2015) violin & piano.
First Performance: 4 November 2015, Austrian Cultural Forum, London, UK.
(Darragh Morgan, Mary Dullea).

Forty-Five Minutes of Music on the Subject of Football (2014) 4 X electric guitars and electronics.
First Performance: 3 June 2014, Recital Hall, Birmingham Conservatoire, Birmingham, UK.
(Ensemble KROCK).

Fourteen Minutes of Music on the Subject of Greeting Cards (2013) flute, violin, piano, and text projection.
First Performance: 17 April 2014, Project Arts Centre, Dublin, Ireland.
(Crash Ensemble).

Five Minutes of Music on the Subject of Noszferatu (2014) flute, vibraphone, piano.
First Performance: 9 April 2014, @Wednesdays at the Forge, The Forge, London, UK.(Noszferatu).

Strange to See You Again (2013) solo violin, solo saxophone and ensemble.
First Performance: 10 March 2013, CBSO Centre, Birmingham, UK.
(BCMG & Thumb conducted by Dan Watson).

Three Minutes of Music (2013) oboe, alto saxophone, glockenspiel, vibraphone, piano, double bass.
First Performance: 4 September 2013, @NonClassical, The Shacklewell Arms, London, UK. 
(Workers Union Ensemble conducted by Ben Oliver).

Neue Kraft Fühlend (2013) string quartet.
First Performance: 27 April 2013, Chapelle historique du Bon-Pasteur, Montréal, Canada. (Quatuor Bozzini).

White Paintings (2012) ensemble.
First Performance: 12 March 2012, Recital Hall, Birmingham Conservatoire, Birmingham, UK.
(Toy Sound Circus conducted by Dan Watson).

Lullaby (for Howard Skempton) (Music by Numbers IV) (2011) violin, viola, cello, piano. First Performance: 26 August 2011, Great Hall, Dartington, UK.
(Daniel Pioro, Eniko Magyar, Zoe Martlew, Noriko Kawai).

I See Now Why People Hide (2011) ensemble.
First Performance: 7 April 2011, Recital Hall, Birmingham Conservatoire, Birmingham, UK.
(Decibel conducted by Daniele Rosina).

Basso Continuo (2010) ensemble.
First Performance: 1 April 2011, Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin, Ireland.
(Crash Ensemble conducted by Gavin Maloney).

Rückkoppelung (Music by Numbers III) (2010) violin, piano.
First Performance: 8 March 2010, Recital Hall, Birmingham Conservatoire, Birmingham, UK.
(Darragh Morgan, Mary Dullea).

Legal Issues (Music by Numbers I) (2009) violin, cello, piano.
First Performance: 17 November 2009, Birmingham Conservatoire, Birmingham, UK. (Schubert Ensemble).

The Shrivelling of the Aura With an Artificial Build Up (Not to be Reproduced) (2007) guitar quartet.
First Performance: 16 December 2007, Printing House, Dublin, Ireland.
(Dublin Guitar Quartet).

Whisper, Whisper, Whisper (2007) pierrot ensemble.
First Performance: 4 March 2007, Great Hall, Kings College London, London UK.(Lontano, conducted by Odaline de la Martinez). (This recording: Crash Ensemble Conducted by Alan Pierson)

Electronic/Synthesizer/Flexible Instrumentation

name pieces (2020) synthesizers, life-recordings, & text projection (also open instrumentation).
First Performance: 23 February 2018, Centrala, Birmingham, UK.
(Seán Clancy).
Album Release: 14 August 2020.

and then you… (2019) synthesizers & life-recordings (also open instrumentation).
Album Release: 2 August 2019.
(Seán Clancy).

Green, Yellow, Blue (2019) synthesizers & life-recordings.
Album Release: 20 June 2019.
(Seán Clancy).

Small, Far Away (2018) synthesizers.
First Performance: 22 June 2018, the Lab, Royal Birmingham Conservatoire, Birmingham, UK.
(Seán Clancy).
Album Release: 20 July 2018.

Four Sections of Music Unequally Divided (2018) synthesizers, gamelan, piano ( or open instrumentation).
First Performance: 27 June 2018, the Lab, Royal Birmingham Conservatoire, Birmingham, UK.
(Seán Clancy).

ireland, england (2018) synthesizers and text projection (or open instrumentation).
First Performance: 18 May 2018, Centrala, Birmingham, UK.
(Seán Clancy).
Album Release: 1 February 2019.

An Ornamental Light Glows Beneath the Tinted Window (2018) synthesizers.
Album Release: 2 April 2018.
(Seán Clancy).

Twenty-Six Minutes of Music on The Subject of Coming and Going (2017) violin, electronics, synthesizers, and text projection (or open instrumentation). First Performance: 20 June 2017, Recital Hall, Birmingham Conservatoire, UK.
(Seán Clancy & Simon Goff).

Schematics Book I (2017) synthesizers and text projection (or open instrumentation). First Performance: 30 March 2017, Centrala Art Gallery, Birmingham, UK.
(Seán Clancy).

Twenty-One Minutes of Music (2015) synthesizers.
First Performance: 18 June 2015, Moog Soundlab, Birmingham, UK.
(Seán Clancy & Thomas Parkes).

Duo with Andy Ingamells

Antonio Guillem (2020) paper cutouts, toy maracas, musical typing, (regular) typing, speaking, synthesizer, and video.
First Performance: 19 June, 2020, Online (Zoom)
(Andy Ingamells & Seán Clancy).

Nowhere better than this place (2019) trowel, salt dough, file boxes, synthesizers, and life recordings.
First Performance: 20 September 2019, Contemporary Music Centre, Dublin.
(Seán Clancy & Andy Ingamells).

This is About (2019) hurleys, sliotars, space blankets, grand piano, synthesizer, spoken voice, vocoder, microphone and recording device, & field recordings.
First Performance: 2 May 2019, Recital Hall, Royal Birmingham Conservatoire, UK.
(Seán Clancy & Andy Ingamells).

Recorded live by BBC Radio 3. Listen to BBC Radio 3 here.

VOCAL

Salt Interventions (2016) Katie Kim (voice, piano, guitar) basss clarinet, vibraphone, violin, viola, cello, double bass.
First Performance: 30 September 2016, The Court House, Bandon, co Cork, Ireland. (Katie Kim & Crash Ensemble).

Findetotenlieder (2012) soprano, ensemble, and text projection.
First Performance: 3 February 2012, CBSO Centre, Birmingham, UK.
(Susan Narucki & Birmingham Contemporary Music Group conducted by Clement Power).

40 Chromogenic Colour Prints (2011) soprano & guitar.
First Performance: 22 June 2011, The Forge, Camden, London, UK.
(Hannah Davey & Paul Norman).

Stabat Mater (2010) soprano, Bb clarinet, guitar, double bass.
First Performance: 31 January 2011, Recital Hall, Birmingham Conservatoire, Birmingham, UK.
(Hannah Davey, Jack McNeil, Paul Norman, Sebastiano Dessanay).

Das Lied Von Anderen (2010) soprano, Bb clarinet, bass clarinet, alto saxophone, harp. First Performance: 21 June 2010, Recital Hall, Birmingham Conservatoire, Birmingham, UK.
(Rosie Secker, Birmingham Composers Ensemble).

SOLO

Blanco Slows Down and Eventually Stops (2017) trumpet.
First Performance: 19 June 2017, Recital Hall, Birmingham Conservatoire, UK.
(Daniel Blanco Albert).

Three Lines of Music on the Subject of Sitting (2016) cello.
First Performance: 27 February 2016, James Joyce Centre, Dublin, Ireland.
(Kate Ellis).

Four Pieces of Music Lasting Thirty Seconds Each (2015) toy piano, 26 March 2015, Recital Hall, Birmingham Conservatoire, Birmingham, UK.
(Xenia Pestova).

Seven Minutes of Music on the Subject of Simulacra (2015) violin.
Appears on Roberto Alonso Trillo …correspondences…  release TBC.
(Roberto Alonso Trillo).

Ten Minutes of Music on the Subject of Furniture (2014) piano and piano playback.
First Performance: 19 November, 2014, Project Arts Centre, Dublin, Ireland.
(David Adams).

One and a Half Minutes of Music on the Subject of Howard Skempton (2014) accordion. 
First Performance: 4 April 2014, Recital Hall, Birmingham Conservatoire, Birmingham, UK.
(Howard Skempton).

Thirteen Minutes of Music on the Subject of the Transformation of Things (2014) piano. First Performance: 30 March 2014, Recital Hall, Birmingham Conservatoire, Birmingham, UK. (Vicky Bonham).

Au Milieu d’ un demi (2011) guitar, 12 December 2011, Birmingham Conservatoire, Birmingham, UK.
(Paul Norman).

Rückstände (2011) marimba.
First Performance: 24 March 2011, Ninestiles School, Birmingham, UK.
(Julian Warburton).

Ursatz (Music by Numbers II) (2010) viola.
First Performance: 8 February 2010 Recital Hall, Birmingham Conservatoire, Birmingham, UK.
(Garth Knox).

Neither the Lion nor the Man with the Folded Wings Have any Business being on this Bridge (2007) piano.
First Performance: 14 May 2007, St. David’s Room, Kings College London, London, UK. (Steven Potter).