Evan L. Snyder

 
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theme song for dan carty

This “theme song” is a musical narrative, that creates a fictionalized version of a personal friend (whose name, incidentally, is Dan Carty). The piece attempts to capture some of Dan’s energetic and idealistic character, while also moving through a narrative that explores love, loss, and hope for the future. Premiered as part of the 2018 Fresh Inc Festival. Winner of the 2018 Detroit Revival Project and featured at 2019 Red Note Festival by the Fifth House Ensemble. (approx. 7 minutes)

DISAPPEARING LANDSCAPES

Commissioned by ConTempus Initiative for the Lansing Symphony Orchestra’s Family Series, this multi-movement children’s work explores a few of the most incredible environments found on earth and contends with some of the issues that these environments face today. Premiered December 2018, performed by the members of ConTempus Initiative, with the composer as narrator. Scored for narrator, flute, clarinet, percussion, and string bass. (approx. 25 minutes)

OUAQ - Disappearing Landscapes - The Cor
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eine andere nacht und eine andere trÄume

This piece tells the simple story of a person falling asleep at night, exploring the space between waking and dreams. Written originally to be performed in
concert with a work of Brahms’, the piece plays with themes, styles, and forms that harken back to German lieder and romanticism. This work was written for Michigan State University’s “Fifth House in House” concert, November 18, 2017. Scored for Clarinet, Cello, and piano. (approx. 7 minutes)

After Reading Tennyson's "The Kraken"

A dramatic piece for solo piano written for pianist Neill Campbell in response to reading Alfred Lord Tennyson's "The Kraken".

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