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A Grateful Tail: Symphony in 4 movements for large orchestra and voice and chorus
45 min
1) Sirius
2) Let Sleeping Dogs Lie, peacefully…
3) The Last Will and Testament (text Eugene O’Neill)
4) Wagging The Tail (with chorus)

For Lost Loved Ones
for Large Orchestra

35 mins
4/4/5/4 8/4/4/1
6 perc., timpani, 2 harps, celeste, strings
Score
Review
First Performance
New York Philharmonic Orchestra
Zubin Mehta, Conductor
February 14, 1991

Mercurial Overture 5;30”
3/3/3/2 4/3/3/1/ harp, timp, 2 perc, strings
Score
First performance
Steven Mercurio, Conductor
Oslo, Norway
December 11, 1999
Nobel Peace Prize Concert

Serenade for Tenor and Orchestra
22 mins
3/3/4/3 4/3/3/1
4 perc., timpani, 2 harps, celeste
tenor solo, strings
Score
Review
First Performance
Civic Orchestra of Chicago
Michael Morgan, Conductor
Joseph Wolverton, tenor
November 17, 1990

Three Songs for Soprano and Piano
• A White Rose 3 mins: Score
Also orchestrated by the composer for orchestra

• Song in Chaos 3 mins: Score
Also orchestrated by the composer for orchestra

• Good-Night 4mins: Score
Also orchestrated by the composer for orchestra

Daydream
For Voice and Piano 3 mins: Score
Also orchestrated by the composer for orchestra

Kitty Fight Song
A Piano four hands sing-along 3 mins: Score

A Moon for the Misbegotten
For Violin and Piano 17 mins: Score

Desiderio
For Tenor and Piano 4’30”
Also orchestrated by the composer for orchestra

Paternita
For Tenor and Piano 4’30”
Also orchestrated by the composer for orchestra

 

Additional Reviews of Maestro Mercurio's work

   
 

 
 
 
 

 

 

 
  (Top photo courtesy of Brian Samuelsson)