Thomas Moore

Sample Repertoire
(piano solo and ensemble)

John Cage
ASLSP (written in 1985 at the request of Thomas Moore)
Concert for Piano and Orchestra (Solo for Piano)
Diary: How to Improve the World (You Will Only Make Matters Worse) (1965, 1966, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1970-71, 1971-72, 1972-83) (reading)
Etudes Australes Books I and II
Experiences (Duet) (two pianos)
Lecture on Nothing (reading)
Music for Piano 2
Music for Piano 3
Music for Piano 20
Music for Piano 21–36
Music for Piano 37–56
Music for Piano 69–84
TV Köln
Variations I
Variations II

Variations III
Water Music

Robert Carl
Waterlight (piano and percussion)

Elliott Carter
Triple Duo (piano and ensemble)

George Crumb
Makrokosmos, Volume I (Thomas Moore’s recording of this work was awarded the Grand Prize of the 1982 International Piano Recording Competition)

Andrew Culver
MGP (sound sculptures, two performers, premiered with Andrew Culver at Experimental Intermedia, New York)
Quasicrystals… (sound sculptures, two performers, premiered with Andrew Culver at Yellow Springs Institute, Pennsylvania)

Thomas DeLio
as (soprano, piano, percussion, tape)
At Briggflatts meetinghouse (soprano and piano)
Gestures (piano and soprano saxophone)
not (piano and percussion)

Morton Feldman
Extensions 3
Intermission 5
Intermission 6
Last Pieces
Palais de Mari

Piano Four Hands (piano four hands)
Piano Piece (1952)
Piano Piece (1955)
Piano Piece (1956A)
Piano Piece (to Philip Guston) (1963)
Piano Piece (1964)
Three Pieces
Triadic Memories
Two Pianos (two pianos)
Vertical Thoughts IV

Wesley Fuller
Time Into Pieces (piano and computer)

Robert Gibson
A Sound Within (premiered in 1982)

Philip Glass
Two Pages

Charles Ives
First Piano Sonata

Jo Kondo
Aquarelle (piano and percussion)

Olivier Messiaen
From the Catalogue d’oiseaux:
I: Le Chocard des Alpes
II: Le Loriot
III: Le Merle bleu
VIII: L’Alouette Calendrelle
XI: La Buse variable
XIII: Le Courlis cendré

Paul Paccione
Stations—to Morton Feldman

Frederic Rzewski
Les Moutons de Panurge (ensemble)

Erik Satie
Entr’acte (piano four hands and silent film, from the ballet Relâche (piano reduction by Darius Milhaud))

Stuart Saunders Smith
Among Us (written for Paul Hoffmann, Joseph Kubera, and Thomas Moore)
Aussie Blue
Brenda (written for Thomas Moore, premiered in 1995)
Earle (premiered in 1992)
Ivy (written for Thomas Moore, premiered in 1992)
Part (piano, flute, cello)
Sylvia (written for Thomas Moore, premiered in 1992)

Karlheinz Stockhausen

John Van der Slice

James Tenney
Essay (after a sonata)

Christian Wolff
Bread and Roses
Rosas (piano and percussion)

Iannis Xenakis

Yehuda Yannay
dance round the (cloned) golden calf (premiered in 1999)
Hammercleaver (premiered in 1999)
Hoccata (premiered in 1999)
In the end we are all blind men; believing only what we can hear (premiered in 1999)
Knowing Left from Wrong with Postlude in Memoriam (premiered in 1999)
piano piece with name calling (premiered in 1999)