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This directory has the following MP3 Files of Reale's Music:

  • Piano Sonata No. 8
    The entire one-movement sonata, performed by Walter Ponce.
  • Sonata for Violin and Piano, "Celtic Wedding" (1991).
    Movement 2, performed by Yukiko Kamei and Ayke Agus (1:52)
  • Finale of the Violin Sonata (5:53).
  • Psalm 109 for Soloists, Chorus, Piano, and Percussion (2001).
    Donald Neuen conducts the UCLA Chorale (6:32)
  • Caldera with Ice Cave, Movement 2 (2000).
    Walter Ponce is piano soloist with Jon Robertson conducting the UCLA Philharmonia Orchestra Strings (12:46)
  • What is Life? (1985).
    Nick Strimple conducts LA VIE in this madrigal.(3:08)
  • Columbus Concerto for Organ and Winds (1992).
    Movement 3, performed by Thomas Harmon, organ with the UCLA Wind Ensemble conducted by Thomas Lee. (5:48)
  • CPE for Two pianos (1997).
    Movement 1, performed by Tom Beghin and Paul Reale, pianos. (5:48)
  • Palabras Serenas (Serene Words), a Song Cycle for Mezzo-Soprano and Piano. (2000).
    Songs 4 and 5 are performed by Alma Mora, Mezzo-Soprano, and Walter Ponce, piano. (6:28)
  • Graces and Furies, a quintet for clarinet and strings (1987).
    Movement 2 is performed by clarinetist, Gary Gray with members of the (now) Angeles Quartet. (3:31)
  • Piano Concerto No. 2, "Matisse-Jazz" (1995).
    Movement 1, performed by Nina Schumann, piano Soloist with Harvey Felder conducting the Wisconsin Chamber Orchestra. (5:56)
  • Palimpsest for Violin, Clarinet, Piano (1997).
    Movement 2 is from the 1998 world premiere performance by the Verdehr Trio. (7:16)
  • Concerto for Three Trumpets and Wind Ensemble (1996).
    Movement 1 is from the world premiere by the UCLA Wind Ensemble under D. Thomas Lee. (4:20)

  • Texts, program notes, sample score pages, etc. may be found in the Complete Catalog of Works (Click here).

    Additional soundfiles (aiff format) and samples of commercial CD recordings may be found by clicking here (sound gallery)

    Updated, March 23, 2006.