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Unseen Origin for piano duo and percussion duo

Ji-Eun Yun, piano; Seung Min Ha, piano; Gabriel Sean Darby, percussion; Christopher Cree, percussion

Flurry for soprano saxophone and fixed media

J. Michael Holmes, soprano saxophone

Ed Martin (b. 1976) is an award-winning composer whose music has been performed throughout the US and abroad. He is Associate Professor of Music at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh where he teaches composition, music theory, and aural skills and administers the UW Oshkosh Electronic Music Studio.  Please explore this website to learn more about my music and work in music theory, hear recordings, and browse scores. Contact me at edmartin@edmartincomposer.com

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Recent Recordings

Swirling Sky for piano and fixed media

Jeri-Mae G. Astolfi, piano

Flourish for symphonic band

Del Mar College Band, Darrell Brown, dir.

Biota for tenor saxophone and fixed media

J. Michael Holmes, tenor saxophone

Trio for Flute, Cello, and Piano

Tod Brody, flute; Michael Seth Orland, piano; Thalia Morre, cello

11.5.13  Presented “New Music for Saxophone” with Sara Kind on the First Tuesdays at First Congregational concert series at the First Congregational Church in Oshkosh, WI at noon.  Sara Kind will perform a new arrangement of Dialogues for alto saxophone and piano and Apparitions for alto saxophone and fixed media

1.15.14  Apparitions, alto saxophone and fixed media, released on “Apparitions II (Emeritus Records) by saxophonist Andy Wen.


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1.30.14  Biota, tenor saxophone and fixed media, performed by Drew Whiting at Illinois State University.

2.25.14  Flourish, symphonic band, performed by the University of Evansville Wind Ensemble conducted by Kenneth Steinsultz.

4.14  Swirling Sky piano and fixed media performed by pianist Jeri-Mae G. Astolfi at Clarke University, Northern Illinois University, Kent State University, and Cleveland State Univ.

4.2.14  Biota, tenor sax. and fixed media, performed by Drew Whiting at UW Oshkosh Wired.

Shadow Dance for piano duo

performed by duoARtia

9.17.14  Swirling Sky, for piano and fixed media, performed at the International Computer Music Conference in Athens, Greece by pianist Beata Pincetic.

10.17.14  Swirling Sky, for piano and fixed media, will be performed by pianist Jeri-Mae G. Astolfi at the Electronic Music Midwest festival at Lewis University. 

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Additional recordings are available on my music page and on SOUNDCLOUD.

10.17.14 Flourish, for symphonic band, performed by the UW Fox Valley Band conducted by Marc Sackman.

10.26.14 Enchanted Falls, for wind ensemble, performed by the Vento Winds conducted by Andrew Mast.

11.14 Mobiles, for flute and guitar, chosen as co-winner in the 2014 Musical Amoeba Call for Scores and was performed in New York City on 2.7.15 by Lauren Wuerth and Daniel Keene.

4.7.15 The solo version of Swirling Sky was premiered by pianist Jeri-Mae G. Astolfi at UW Whitewater.

4.10.15 Flurry, for soprano saxophone and fixed media, was be performed by Sean Hurlburt at the Chicago Electro-Acoustic Music Festival at Roosevelt University.

3.15 Conjuring, for 5-octave handbell choir, was named a finalist in the Bells of the Cascades 25th Anniversary Composition Contest.

5.10.15 Summoning, for handbell choir and wind ensemble, premiered by the UW Oshkosh handbell choir and wind ensemble under the direction of Dr. Leigh-Ann Lethco.

4.17.15 Mobiles, for flute and guitar, was performed on the Innovox Ensemble’s Green Concert at the Shapeshifter Lab in Brooklyn by Lauren Wuerth and Daniel Keene.

10.10.15 Conjuring, for 5-octave handbell choir, was premiered by the Bells of the Cascades hand bell choir in Portland, OR.

11.18.15 “Ruckus” from Variations for piano premiered by pianist Jeri-Mae G. Astolfi at the M.P. Mussorgsky Ural State Conservatory in Yekaterinburg, Russia by pianist Jeri-Mae G. Astolfi.

1.26.16 “Brisk Autumn,” “Reach,” and “Ruckus” from Variations for piano and Swirling Sky for piano and electronics performed by pianist Jeri-Mae G. Astolfi at Piedmont College in Demorest, GA.

2.12.16 Three Quarter-Tone Miniatures for Orff xylophone and computer premiered by Bill Salak at the SEAMUS National Conference at Georgia Southern University.

3.17.16 Biota tenor saxophone and electronics performed by saxophonist Drew Whiting at the Ball State University New Music Festival