Compositions

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Atalanta Fugiens, op. 6. Mixed Choir (SATB with divisi). Text by Michael Maier. 12’50”. January, 1982.
Átimo, op. 42. Piano and orchestra. 12′. 2012f.
Ball, op. 31. Flute, notebook and piano. 10′. 2007.
Ballad, op. 36. Violin, cello and piano. 12′. 2012a.
Cyclorama, op. 25. Mandolin and guitar. 10′. 2001.
D’après Contrastes, op. 45. Solo piano. 6′. 2014d.
Diagram, op. 27. Diffusion. 10′. 2005.
Duo, op. 34. Flute and violin. 5’20”. 2011b
E começo aqui (Galáxias I), op. 28. Tenor, flute, oboe and two pianos. Text by Haroldo de Campos. 10′. 2004. 🔗
Ermo, op. 29. Flute and electronics. 10′. 2005.
Fantasies, op. 1. Recorder Ensemble (Sn/S, A, T, B), guitar, harpsichord and percussion. 12′. Not premiered. October 1980.
Ika, op. 52. Horn in F and electronic sounds. 8′. 2019. Premiered in August 10, 2019, in the series Prelude 21 – Music of the Present, Theater of Cultural Center of Federal Justice. Sávio Faber, Horn; Pauxy Gentil-Nunes, controller.
Intermezzo, op. 41 Flute, bassoon and piano. 12′. 2012e.
Jonas, op. 22. Solo piano. 8′. February 1992.
Kiela, op. 38. Bass clarinet, double bass and vibraphone. 10′. 2012c.
Kinetic Quartet, op. 20, for flute, Bb clarinet, cello and piano. 10′. July 1990.
Liberjongo, op. 48. Flute, saxophone, guitar, piano, multiple percussion and electronica. 40′. 2018a.
Marimba, op. 39. Ensemble (voice, flute, Bb clarinet, saxophones, violin, cello double bass, electric guitar, piano, two percussionists and electronica). 20′. 2012d.
Maya, op. 11. Flute, bassoon and harp. 12′. June, 1984.
Microchants, op. 2. Guitar duo. 10′. Not premiered. November 1980.
Mirages, op. 18. Early music orchestra. 16′. July 1989.
Moonbase, op. 12. Flute, electric guitar, piano, synthesizers, electric bass and drums. 90′. June, 1985.
Movements, op. 5. Electric guitar, harp, piano and electronics. 15′. January, 1982.
Music from the Imbuí, op. 15. Flute and orchestra. 15′. January 1988.
Musics, op. 23. Flute, Bb clarinet, bassoon, trombone, double bass and piano. 10′. October 1995.
Não fosse isso…, op. 44. Voice (soprano), flute, saxophone, electric guitar, multiple percussion and electronica. 15′. 2014c. Premiered in at MUAC – Museum of Contemporary Art, Mexico City, by Abstrai Ensemble himself, in the Musica en Mexico series. 🔗
Version for voice and acoustic guitar premiered at Series Preludio 21 – Music of the Present, in December 12th, 2019 by Doriana Mendes & Marco Lima. 🔗
Nautical Trio, op. 21. Flute, acoustic guitar and cello. 12′. May 1992.
No Jornalário (Galáxias III), op. 37. Voice (soprano), flutes, saxophones and electronica. 10′. 2012b.
Noneto, op. 46. Bb clarinet, bassoon, alto saxophone, violin, viola, cello, double bass, piano and percussion. 12′, 2014e. 🔗
Noturno, op. 40. Bb clarinet, trombone, cello and piano. 10′. 2012d.
Passatempos e Matatempos (Galáxias II), op. 32. Soprano and guitar duo. Text by Haroldo de Campos. 10′. 2010.
Picasso, op. 17. Soprano, tenor, baritone, choir and orchestra. 40′. October 1988.
Planet of the Apes, op. 10. Bb clarinet, vibraphone, electric guitar, electric bass, multiple percussion. 10′. January, 1984.
Printemps, op. 50. Solo piano. 8′. 2018c.
Quarteto Singelo, op. 7. Flute, Bb clarinets 1-2, cello. 10′. June, 1982.
Rapunzel, op. 14. Flute, Bb clarinet 1-2 and cello. 30′. February 1987.
Reich 1980, op. 19. Voice (baritone) and piano. Text by Antonio Gaiarsa. 15′. June 1990. 🔗
Shopping Center Choro, op. 4. Jazz Orchestra. 10′. October, 1981.
Sonatina, op. 8. Bassoon and piano. 12′. February, 1983.
Songs from the Old Era, op. 13. Solo piano or piano four hands. 10′. January 1987.
Sonora, op. 26. Orchestra. 20′. 2001.
Stepping, op. 3. Flute and multiple percussion. 10′. Not premiered. Finished in March, 1981.
Street Fighting People, op. 49. Voice (soprano), flute, violin, bass saxophone and electronica. 10′. 2018b.
Suite Ituiutaba, op. 51. Solo piano. 28′. 2018d. Fractus, Velum, Diálogo premiered in Preludio 21 series by Lucia Barrenechea. Náutilo, Jongo, Game, premiered during Piano Contest Kalil Abraão Neto, Ituiutaba, by contesters. Modinha and Cânon premiered in 25/10/2019, in series The Piano in the Chamber Music, 2019, Leopoldo Miguez Room, Music School of UFRJ by Marina Spoladore and Cristiano Vogas.
Suarabácti, op. 24. Solo guitar. 7′. May 1997. 🔗
Three Miniatures, op. 9. Alto saxophone and piano. 6′. July, 1983.
Three Miniatures, op. 53. String trio (violino I/II, viola). 6′. 2019b.
Three Songs, op. 53. Cello duo. 9′. 2019. 🔗
Three Songs from the Old Era, op. 30. Flute and guitar. 8′. 2005.
Three Studies, op. 16. Alto saxophone solo. 8′. June 1988.
Tocata, op. 35. Solo guitar. 7′. 2011c. 🔗
Trio, op. 33. Saxophones, electric guitar and multiple percussion. 12′. 2011a. 🔗
Tríptico, op. 47. Violin, bass clarinet and piano. 10′. 2015a. 🔗
Variations, op. 43. Bassoon and orchestra. 12′. 2014b. 🔗