James Perone - Compositions
- Rasptutin. Theatre piece for two actors, string quartet, brass
sextet (or organ), and theremin. Premiered by members of the Mount
Union College Theatre and Music Departments, October 16,
- TwO MOOn POOms. High voice and theremin. Premiered by Patricia
Boehm, soprano and James Perone, theremin, February 26, 2002.
- The Distortion Variations. Electronic sound composition.
Premiered February 26, 2002.
- Four Moods for Clarinet and Percussion. Commissioned by the
Naragon Duo, 2000.
- Joel's Journey To the Jewelled City. Orchestra. Commissioned
by the Alliance Symphony Orchestra for premiere in 1998.
- Morton Feldman is Dead and His Body Has Decomposed. Clarinet,
violin, viola, and cello. 1997.
- Piano Sonata No. 1. Piano. SCORE Magazine, 1995.
- Prelude to "Rasputin". Brass quintet. Performed by the
- Luther's Psalm 130: A Cantata. Soprano, clarinet, and piano.
Commissioned by Dr. Lee Ann Grace, University Presbyterian Church,
Buffalo, New York, 1993.
- Bombay. Lever or pedal harp. Gloversville, New York:
Dragonflower Music, 1993.
- October Leaves. Harp. Gloversville, New York: Dragonflower
- Homage pour Henri Matisse. Harp. Gloversville, New York:
Dragonflower Music, 1992.
- Scott Free: A Rag. Piano. Self-published, 1991.
- Dorian Elegy. Folk harp. North Tonawanda, New York:
Dragonflower Music, 1991.
- Grace. Flute and piano. Score published by The
Instrumentalist, Inc. in Flute Talk 10/7 (March 1991).
- Mass in C. SATB Choir, Organ, Electric bass guitar. Premiered
and toured by the Mount Union College Concert Choir.
- Canonic Duet #1 and Canonic Duet #3. Two flutes. Scores
published by The Instrumentalist, Inc. in Flute Talk 9/9 (May/June
- Canon for Saxophone Quartet. SATB or AATB Saxophone quartet.
Medfield, Massachussetts: Dorn Publications, 1989.
- Music for Flute. Solo flute. Score published by The
Instrumentalist, Inc. in Flute Talk 8/7 (March 1989).
- Saurs. Electronic tape. Used as part of artist John Toth's
installation "Saurs," The City Gallery, New York City,
Arrangements and Orchestrations
- H.H. Thiele. Telephone Galop (1885). Aranged for SATB or AATB
saxophone quartet. Medfield, Massachussetts: Dorn Publications,