SELECTED WORKS.

Albert Glinsky's music is vibrantly American in its rhythm and its soaring lyricism. His work combines immediate listening pleasure with intellectual rigor. Frequent performances of his scores by major music groups and dance companies here, as well as in Europe and the Far East, attest to the vitality and high quality of his art.
 

                     —American Academy of Arts and Letters

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With conductor Daniel Meyer after the world premiere of Sun Chanter, commissioned in honor of the 100th anniversary of the Erie Philharmonic

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CHAMBER

     Toccata-Scherzo (violin and piano)

     Masquerade (Three Tableaux After Beardsley) (flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, horn, harp, percussion, violin, cello, double bass) 

     Allegheny Quartet (string quartet)

     Canandaigua Quartet (string quartet)

ORCHESTRAL

     Piano Concerto (piano and full orchestra)

     Throne of the Third Heaven (large orchestra)

     Rhapsody for Solo Violin, Flute, Strings, and Timpani

SOLO

     Elegy (piano)

     Sunbow (harpsichord)

     Six Miniatures (violin solo)

     1968 (A Fantasy-Improvisation) (piano)

 

CHORAL

     Mass (children's voices or women's voices) (sopranos, altos, four cellos, piano)

ELECTRONIC

     Day Walker/Night Wanderer 

VOCAL:

    Twilight Serenade (mezzo-soprano, piano)