|Richard Wilson's Gravitas: Seven Pieces for Solo Bass|
|ATTACCA QUARTET premieres Richard Wilson's String Quartet No. 6|
|Richard Wilson's Clarinet Quintet (2012)|
Moran Katz and DECODA. Premiered at Merkin Concert Hall January 13, 2013
|Richard Wilson OUTSWAPPINGS for four clarinets|
|Richard Wilson Preconcert Talk at Bard Music Festival: Rimsky-Korsakov|
|Richard Wilson MIMESIS for Piano Solo|
|Blanca Uribe plays FIXATIONS by Richard Wilson|
Inimitable Blanca in one of several works written for her.
|Richard Wilson's ADD HOCKET for Percussion Ensemble|
Percussion music inspired by Chavez festival at Bard.
Richard Wilson on Chopin at Bard Music Festival
by James Wilson
Showing Chopin's influence on Tchaikovsky, Brahms, Wagner, and Debussy in 20 minutes.
|Richard Wilson's Monologue after 50 Years at Vassar|
Psalm 42 in Gaelic by Richard Wilson
by MG Hill
The lovely voice of Patrick Connolly. Premiere performance.
|Attacca Quartet plays Richard Wilson's STRING QUARTET NO. 4|
|Decoda Plays Richard Wilson's DISTRACTIONS|
|Richard Wilson's LIMERICKS|
Courtenay Budd and Susan Botti, capturing the extreme lunacy of this work.
|Rolf Schulte plays DIABLERIE by Richard Wilson|
|Richard Wilson's Gnomics|
Randy Bowman, flute; the late and much-missed Laura Ahlbeck, oboe; with Laura Flax, clarinet
Zany riff on Joe Orton. Features dog.
|Richard Wilson-Eclogue for solo piano|
Blanca Uribe in an exceptional performance.
|Vassar Choir sings THE FOX AND THE GOAT by Richard Wilson|
|Sophie Shao plays three from LORD CHESTERFIELD|
|Thomas Sauer plays Richard Wilson's THREE SHORT PIECES|
|Todd Crow premieres Richard Wilson's CHARADES|
|Richard Wilson's REED ACTIONS played by Cho and Balliett|
Paul and Brad, two DECODA virtuosi, in recently written wind duo.
|ATTACCA QUARTET plays Richard Wilson's String Quartet No. 3|
Following the Muir, Delmé, Chicago and Formosa quartets: the Attacca tackle the most often played of the five.
|Richard Wilson's INTIMATIONS for piano and orchestra|
|Richard Wilson's ARTICULATIONS for full orchestra|
|Peregrinations--for viola and orchestra by Richard Wilson|
|The Ballad of Longwood Glen, for tenor and harp, by Richard Wilson|
Paul Sperry and Nancy Allen: ideal match.
|Matthew Patrick Morris ON THE STREET by Richard Wilson|
One of many settings, here for solo voice, of poetry by Stephen Sandy.
|Eric S. Brenner sings Richard Wilson's Psalm 42 (in Gaelic)|
Eric Brenner: a voice like no other. Heartstopping!
|Eric S. Brenner sings Richard Wilson's MISS FOGGERTY'S CAKE|
Traditional Irish tale told in verse.
|Lord Chesterfield to His Son|
The artistry of cellist Fred Sherry
|Decoda plays Richard Wilson's Canzona for horn and string quartet|
Eric Reed, remarkable horn player.
|Decoda plays Richard Wilson's String Quartet No. 1|
A work from 1968!
|Richard Wilson's IN SCHRAFFT'S|
An Auden setting that goes a bit off the rails.
|Richard Wilson MUSIC FOR SOLO FLUTE|
The mastery of flutist Harvey Sollberger.
|AUGUST 22 by Richard Wilson|
Spacious setting of Jack Unterecker's poem.
|Laura Ahlbeck plays IRONIES by Richard Wilson|
Beautiful Laura Ahlbeck--tragic loss to the oboe world, the ASO, BMF, and her family.
|Decoda plays Richard Wilson's String Quartet No. 2|
|The Muir plays Richard Wilson's String Quartet No 3|
|The Chicago plays Richard Wilson's String Quartet No 4|
|The Biava plays Richard Wilson's String Quartet No 5|
|Robert Wagner plays Richard Wilson's Bassoon Concerto|
|Richard Wilson AFFIRMATIONS|
|Blanca Uribe Plays Richard Wilson Piano Concerto Ist Movement: Rhapsody|
|Blanca Uribe Plays Richard Wilson Piano Concerto 2nd Movement: Threnody|
|Blanca Uribe Plays Richard Wilson Piano Concerto 3rd Movement: Capriccio|
|MNEMONICS by Richard Wilson|
Written to honor Elliott Carter.
|Profound Utterances by Richard Wilson|
Arthur Weisberg, legendary bassoonist, in live performance.
|Richard Wilson's TIMESHARE for clarinet and cello|
Moran Katz, clarinet, with Sophie Shao, cello--the dedicatees.
|Richard Wilson's MUSIC FOR VIOLIN AND CELLO|
Joseph Genualdi, violin, and Sophie Shao, cello, in live performance.
|David Burge plays ECLOGUE by Richard Wilson|
Live performance broadcast from Eastman.
|Richard Wilson's SYMPHONY NO 1|
Recorded by the New Zealand Symphony, James Sedares conducting.
|Richard Wilson Persuasions|
Beautiful singing by soprano Amy Burton.
|Richard Wilson--A Dissolve|
The women of The William Appling Singers, with Bill conducting.
|Richard Wilson's Sour Flowers|
|Richard Wilson's Civilization and Its Discontents for solo tuba|
Stephen Johns in a Freudian moment.
Randall Wolfgang, oboe, and Larry Guy, clarinet.
David Krakauer and Larry Guy, clarinet duo, with fun graphics.
Allen Blustine, clarinet, and Sophie Shao, cello, join the composer in this trio.
|Agitations by Richard Wilson|
Blanca Uribe and Richard Wilson at two pianos.
|RICHARD WILSON'S THREE INTERLUDES FOR VIOLIN AND PIANO|
Joseph Genualdi, violin, with the composer at the piano.
|Mixed Signals(2011) by Richard Wilson|
Joseph Genualdi, violin, with the composer at the piano.
Viola Sonata by Richard Wilson mvt 1.mov
by MG Hill
Misha Amory, viola, and Blanca Uribe, piano.
|Aethelred the Unready|
Semi-staged Performance, no prologue, reduced orchestration
Clip from piece for Flute, Clarinet, Viola and Piano
Yann Dubost plays Mvt 4 of piece for Solo Doublebass
|Richard Wilson: Brash Attacks|
RIchard Wilson talks about and plays part of Sour Flowers
|Richard Wilson's The Second Law|
Tony Holt, baritone; John Jensen, piano.
|ORGANICITY by Richard Wilson|
Diane Marazzi on the Gress-Miles Organ in the Vassar College Chapel
|Richard Wilson's "Aethelred the Unready" Prologue|
Christine R. Howlett is La Musica. For full opera libretto go to: http://faculty.vassar.edu/riwilson/aethelred/libretto.pdf
|Richard Wilson's "Aethelred the Unready" Scene 1 Part 1|
Robert Osborne is Aethelred; Rachel Rosales is his nagging wife Emma
|Richard Wilson's "Aethelred the Unready" Scene 1 Part 2|
|Richard Wilson's "Aethelred the Unready" Scene 2|
Mary Nessinger is Clio, the Muse of History. Christine R. Howlett is her assistant. James Ruff is her friend and adviser William of Malmesbury
|Richard Wilson's "Aethelred the Unready" Scene 3|
Nathan Carlisle is The Publicist.
|Richard Wilson's "Aethelred the Unready" Scenes 4 and 5|
Curtis Streetman is The Hypnotist
|Richard Wilson's "Aethelred the Unready" Scene 6|
|Richard Wilson's "Aethelred the Unready" Scene 7 Part 1|
|Richard Wilson's "Aethelred the Unready" Scene 7 Part 2|
|Three Painters: Marc Chagall|
|Three Painters: Grandma Moses|
|Three Painters: Jackson Pollace|
|Silhouette with Revelry: Silhouette with Revelry (Live)|
Revelry has undergone revision in 2015-16. This is the original version.
|The Cello Has Many Secrets: I. "To... " (Live)|
|The Cello Has Many Secrets: II. Interlude I (Live)|
|The Cello Has Many Secrets: III. "The Self" (Live)|
|The Cello Has Many Secrets: IV. Interlude II (Live)|
|The Cello Has Many Secrets: V. "Cello" (Live)|
|Triple Concerto for Horn, Marimba and Bass Clarinet: I. Gatherings|
|Triple Concerto for Horn, Marimba and Bass Clarinet: II. Linkages|
|Triple Concerto for Horn, Marimba and Bass Clarinet: III. Pathways|
|Triple Concerto for Horn, Marimba and Bass Clarinet: IV. Arrivals|
|Richard Wilson's Brash Attacks|
|Richard Wilson PIANO TRIO|
|THREE PAINTERS by Richard Wilson|
|Richard Wilson's Suite for Small Orchestra|
|Tribulations by Richard Wilson|
|Lucy Shelton Sings Two Songs by Richard Wilson|
Diablerie by Richard Wilson (2004) for Solo Violin
by Marka Young