Catalogue of Works

Note: Selected published or rental works are also available on loan from the Canadian Music Centre.

  • Opera
  • Orchestra
  • Orchestra with Soloist(s)
  • Orchestra with Soloist(s)
    and Chorus

  • Orchestra with Chorus
  • Band
  • Chamber
  • Keyboard
  • Vocal
  • Choral

  • Opera

    *Choir Practice, A Comic Opera in One Act (2013-2015) 60 min.
    Music by Stephen Chatman, Words by Tara Wohlberg
    Piano/vocal Score #7.0655, Study Score #7.0657, Choral Part #7.0656 are for sale.
    Full Score and parts on rental.
    Premiere: May 8,9, 2015, UBC Opera, University of British Columbia, Vancouver.
    Published: Highgate Press, ECSPublishing, 2015.
    The Crazy Horse Suite (1985) 90 min.
    (Libretto: Morgan Nyberg, based on his book of poetry)
    2 tenors, 3 baritones, bass baritone, 1 male speaking role;
    2 sopranos, 2 mezzo sopranos, contralto.
    Piano-vocal score, only
    Commissioned by the Banff Music Theatre Studio Ensemble.
    Premiere (piano-vocal): December 10, 1985, Banff School of Fine Arts.

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    Orchestra * CD recording available on Centrediscs.

    *Crimson Dream (1983) 14 min.
    3333/4331/timpani, 3 percussion, harp/strings.
    Commissioned by Canada Council for the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra.
    Premiere: January 15, 1986, Edmonton, Alberta;
    Edmonton Symphony Orchestra, Glenn Mossop,
    conductor.
    Rental: Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania.: T. Presser (E.B. Marks).
    *Fanfare for a Cold Land (1999) 3 min.
    original title: Fanfare for the Millennium
    3333/4331/timpani, 3 percussion/strings.
    Commissioned by the B.C. Arts Council for Vancouver Symphony Orchestra.
    Premiere: January 4, 2000, Orpheum Theatre, Vancouver,
    VSO, Sergiu Comissiona, conductor.
    Available from Canadian Music Centre.
    Grouse Mountain Lullaby (1978) 4 min.
    2220/2000/strings.
    Premiere: March, 1980, Vancouver, University of British Columbia Symphony Orchestra, Douglas Talney, conductor.
    Rental: Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania: T. Presser (E.B. Marks), 1978
    Mirage (1987) 10 min.
    2222/4222/2 percussion/strings.
    Commissioned by the Canada Council for the Windsor Symphony.
    Premiere: November 30, 1987, Windsor, Ontario,
    Windsor Symphony, Dwight Bennett, conductor.
    Available from Canadian Music Centre.
    Occasions (1975-77) 20 min.
    3222/4331/timpani, 3 percussion/2 harps/celesta/strings.
    Movements may be performed separately:
    1. Sunday Daydream (1977) 7 min.
    2. Celebration (1977) 6 min.
    3. 3 AM on the Square (1975) 6 min.
    Commissioned by the U.S. National Endowment for the Arts for the Madison Symphony.
    Premiere: November 23, 1978, Madison, Wisconsin, Madison Symphony, Roland Johnson, conductor.
    Published: Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania: T. Presser (E.B. Marks).
    O Canada!
    Calixa Lavallee
    Arranged for orchestra by Stephen Chatman
    Published: Galaxy Music, ECS Publishing, 2017, #7.0715
    *Over Thorns to Stars (2003) 9 min.
    String orchestra with optional tenor, tenor saxophone, or horn.
    Arrangement of Per Aspera ad Astra (2002) for string quartet and tenor.
    Premiere: November 22&24, 2003, Orpheum Theatre, Vancouver, Vancouver Symphony Orchestra, Bramwell Tovey, conductor.
    Published: Boston: Highgate Press, ECS Publishing, 2005, #7.0508
    *Tara’s Dream (1999) 12 min.
    3333/4331/timpani, 3 percussion, piano, harp/strings.
    Commissioned by the B.C. Arts Council for the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra.
    Premiere: January 4, 2000, Vancouver, Vancouver Symphony Orchestra, Sergiu Comissiona, conductor.
    Available from the Canadian Music Centre.

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    Orchestra with Soloist(s) * CD recording available on Centrediscs.

    Concerto for Clarinet, Violin, and Orchestra (2007) 19 minutes
    Solo clarinet, solo violin, percussion, harp, strings
    Commissioned by Michigan State University and Las Cruces Symphony for Elsa Ludewig-Verdehr and Walter Verdehr.
    Premiere: July 8, 2007, Chan Centre, Vancouver, International Clarinet Association Conference, Dr. Lonnie Klein, conductor.
    Crystal Records: CD973
    Dream Fantasy (1992) 12 min.
    Solo oboe, solo clarinet, 2222/4220/timpani,
    2 percussion, piano, harp/strings.
    Commissioned by the Canada Council for the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra.
    Premiere: February, 1993, Vancouver,
    Roger Cole, oboe, Wes Foster, clarinet,
    VSO, Sergiu Comissiona, conductor.
    Available from the Canadian Music Centre.
    Piano Concerto (1990) 16 min.
    Solo piano,2222/4320/timpani, percussion/strings.
    Commissioned by CBC Radio for Marc-Andre Hamelin
    and the Toronto Symphony.
    Premiere: September 19, 1990, Roy Thompson Hall, Toronto,
    Gunther Herbig, conductor.
    Rental: Boston: Highgate Press, ECS Publishing, 1991.
    *Prairie Dawn – Concerto for Clarinet and String Orchestra with Harp (1998) 11 min.
    Solo clarinet, harp/strings. #7.0416
    Commissioned by CBC Radio.
    Premiere: June 11, 1999, Queen Elizabeth Theatre, Vancouver,
    Gene Ramsbottom, clarinet, CBC Vancouver Orchestra,
    Owen Underhill, conductor.
    Published: Boston: Highgate Press, ECS Publishing, 2001,
    Piano/Clarinet Score and Part #7.0463
    Variations on a Canadian Folk Song (1988) 10 min.
    2 piano soli/2222/2200/timpani/strings.
    Commissioned by the Vancouver Foundation for Music in the Morning, Vancouver.
    Premiere: November 16, 1988, Orpheum Theatre, Vancouver, James Anagnason and Leslie Kinton, pianists, CBC Vancouver Orchestra, Mario Bernardi, conductor.
    Rental: Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania: T. Presser (E.B. Marks), 1989.
    The Song of Solomon / Le cantique des cantiques (1986) 10 min.
    (Text in French and English)
    High or medium voice, 2222/3200/2 percussion, harp, piano/strings.
    Commissioned by the Canada Council for the 1986 S.C. Eckhardt-Gramatte National Competition.
    Premiere: April 24-27, 1986, Brandon, Manitoba,
    Manitoba Chamber Orchestra, Simon Streatfeild, conductor.
    Vocal/piano version available from Canadian Music Centre.
    Orchestral rental: Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania: T. Presser (E.B. Marks), 1987.

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    Orchestra with Soloist(s) and Chorus * CD recording available on Centrediscs.

    *A Song of Joys (2013-2014) 24 min.
    (Text: Walt Whitman)
    Solo timpani, solo percussion, 2223 4 23, strings, SATB chorus (divisi).
    Companion work to Beethoven 9th Symphony.
    Piano/vocal Score #7.0635, Study Score #7.0633.
    Rental Full Score and parts.
    Commissioned by Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra.
    Premiere: May 1, 2014, Jack Singer Hall, Calgary, Alberta.
    Published: Highgate Press, ECSPublishing, 2014.

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    Orchestra with Chorus * CD recording available on Centrediscs.

    *Earth Songs (2007-08) 22 min.
    (Text: Genesis, George McWhirter, Robert Stephen Hawker,
    Zhang Jiuling, Stephen Chatman, Walt Whitman)
    SATB large chorus /2222/2220/ timpani, percussion, harp/strings.
    Commissioned by the University of British Columbia in honor of its Centenary.
    Premiere: September 28, 2008, Vancouver Chan Centre, UBC Singers, CBC Radio Orchestra,
    Alain Trudel, conductor.
    Published: Boston: Highgate Press, ECS Publishing, 2009, Piano/Vocal Score #7.0573
    Study Score #7.0571
    In Flanders Fields (1998, orchestral arr. 2012) 3 min.
    (Text: John McCrae)
    SATB/2222/2220/ timpani, 2-3 percussion/strings.
    (see version also under Choral)
    Lo In a Manger (1987) 3 min.
    (Text: Stephen Chatman and Gregory Butler)
    SATB/2222/4220/percussion, piano, harp/strings.
    (see also version under “choral”)
    Premiere: December 18,19,21, 1987, Vancouver Cantata Singers, Vancouver Symphony, Peter McCoppin, conductor, Orpheum, Vancouver.
    Make a Wish for Me on Christmas (2000) 3 min.
    (see Choral)
    *Magnificat (2010) 24 min.
    (Text: Luke 1:46-55, includes seven languages)
    SATB chorus, soprano solo, string orchestra
    Commissioned by Vancouver Chamber Choir, Jon Washburn, director,
    and BC Arts Partners in Creative Development.
    Premiere: December 3, 2010, Vancouver Orpheum, Vancouver Chamber Choir.
    Rental: Boston: Highgate Press, ECS Publishing, 2011
    Peace (2010) 3 min.
    SATB or SAB chorus, piano, string orchestra.
    (see version also under Choral)
    Published: Boston: Highgate Press, ECS Publishing, 2011
    *Proud Music of the Storm (2001-02) 16 min.
    (Text: Walt Whitman)
    SATB large chorus/2222/2220/timpani, percussion, harp/strings.
    Commissioned by CBC Radio and B.C. Arts Council in honour of the Orpheum
    Theatre’s 75th Anniversary.
    Premiere: November 3, 2002, Vancouver, Vancouver Bach Choir, CBC Radio Orchestra, Bruce Pullan, conductor.
    Published: Boston: Highgate Press, ECS Publishing, 2004, Piano/Choral Score #7.0458
    Full Score #7.0459
    The Greatest of These Is Love (1990) 10 min.
    (Text: I Corinthians 13)
    TTBB/2222/4221/timpani, 2 percussion/strings.
    Commissioned by the Canada Council for the Pacific International Festival of Male Choirs and the CBC Vancouver Radio Orchestra, John Nelson, guest conductor.
    Premiere: July, 1990, Canada Pavillion, Vancouver.
    Available from the Canadian Music Centre.
    The Ruba'iyat of Omar Khayyam (2012) 16 min.
    (Text: O. Khayyam, trans. Edward Fitzgerald)
    SATB chorus and intercultural orchestra /fl, ob, cl, b.cl.,
    2 perc./strings/dizi, tabla, santur, pipa, tar, zheng, kamanche.
    Commissioned by Vancouver Inter-cultural Orchestra.
    Premiere: March 31, 2012, Rothstein Theater, Vancouver.

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    Band

    *Grouse Mountain Lullaby (1979) 4 min.
    Concert band.
    Premiere: April, 1979, University of British Columbia Wind Symphony,
    Martin Berinbaum, conductor.
    Published: New York: Edward B. Marks, 1980.
    Hail, UBC (2007) 2 min.
    Pep band or concert band.
    Premiere: December 10, 2008, Chan Centre.
    Mountain Sojourn (1984) 6 min.
    Concert band.
    Published: Markham, Ont.: Eighth Note Publications, 2004.
    O Canada!
    Calixa Lavallee
    arr. Stephen Chatman
    Published: Galaxy Music, ECS Publishing, 2017, #70714
    They All Replied (1978) 6 min.
    Concert band.
    Premiere: March, 1978, University of British Columbia Wind Symphony,
    Martin Berinbaum, conductor.
    Rental: Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania: T. Presser (E.B. Marks), 1979.
    Walnut Grove Suite (1995) 7 min.
    Concert band.
    Premiere: June, 1995, Walnut Grove High School, Walnut Grove, B.C.
    Published: Markham, Ont.: Eighth Note Publications, 2004.

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    Chamber

    Blackwell Suite (2000) 10 min.
    Flute ensemble.
    Commissioned by the Capilano Flute Choir, North Vancouver.
    Premiere: Museum of Flight, Seattle, June 2001, Capilano Flute Choir, Brenda Fedoruk, director.
    *Creatures of Earth and Sky (1991) 12 min.
    Solo harp.
    Commissioned by the Canada Council for S.M.C.Q., Montreal, for Nathalie Teevin-Lebens.
    Available from Canadian Music Centre.
    Cycles (1988) 12 min.
    Flute, clarinet, 2 percussion, piano, harp, violin, viola, violoncello, contrabass.
    Commissioned by the Canada Council for Vancouver New Music.
    Premiere: March 13, 1988, Vancouver East Cultural Centre, Vancouver New Music Society, Stephen Chatman, conductor.
    Available from Canadian Music Centre.
    Douce Bordure (1984) 12 min.
    Bass clarinet, vibraphone, harp.
    Commissioned by the Canada Council for S.M.C.Q., Montreal.
    Premiere: November 15, 1984, Montreal, S.M.C.Q.
    Available from Canadian Music Centre.
    Dionysus (1984) 15 min.
    Clarinet, percussion, piano, dancers.
    Commissioned by the Canada Council for the Karen Jamieson Dance Company, Vancouver.
    Premiere: October 28-29, Vancouver, Karen Jamieson Dance Company, Gene Ramsbottom, clarinet, Sal Ferreras, percussion, Melinda Coffey, piano.
    Fanfare (1982) 3 min.
    3 trumpets, 3 trombones.
    Premiere: March, 1982, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, UBC Contemporary Players, Stephen Chatman, conductor. Available from Canadian Music Centre.
    Five Scenes for Flute (Piccolo) and Guitar (1978)13 min
    Premiere: November, 1978, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Jane Martin, flute, Alan Rinehart, guitar.
    Published: New York: Edward B. Marks, 1980.
    Fleeting Thoughts (1980) 7 min.
    Solo guitar.
    Commissioned by the Guitar Society of Toronto.
    Premiere: June, 1981, Toronto, “Guitar ’81”, Philip Candelaria, guitar.
    Available from Canadian Music Centre.
    *From Pent-up Aching Rivers (2005) 10 min
    Violin and Cello
    Commissioned by Gwen Thompson, C.M.
    Premiere: December 22, 2005, Carnegie Hall, New York, Gwen Thompson, violin,
    Fred Sherry, cello.
    Available from Canadian Music Centre.
    Published: Boston: Highgate Press, ECS Publishing, 2007.
    Gossamer Leaves (1981) 7 min.
    Clarinet and piano.
    Commissioned by Phillip Rehfeldt and Barney Childs, Santa Barbara, California.
    Canadian Premiere: October, 1981, UBC, Vancouver, Ronald DeKant, clarinet, Jane Coop, piano.
    Published: Medfield, Mass: Dorn, 2002.
    **Hesitation (1975) 7 min.
    Violin and celesta (or piano).
    Premiere: November, 1975, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Contemporary Directions Ensemble. Published: Toronto: Berandol, 1978.
    *In Memoriam Harry Adaskin (1995) 6 min.
    Violin and piano.
    Premiere: November, 1995, Vancouver, Andrew Dawes, violin, Robert Silverman, piano.
    Available from Canadian Music Centre.
    *Lawren S. Harris Suite (2003) 12 min.
    2 violins, viola, cello, and piano Commissioned by the CBC for the 2003 Ottawa International Chamber Music Festival. Premiere: August 4, 2003, St. John’s Church, Ottawa.
    Available from Canadian Music Centre.
    Music for Timpani with Alto Flute, Trombone and Piano (1971) 10 min.
    Published: Toronto: Berandol, 1978.
    Premiere: April, 1971, Oberlin Conservatory, Ohio, Oberlin New Directions Ensemble.
    *Music for Cello and Piano (1994) 12 min.
    Commissioned by the Canada Council for Eric Wilson.
    Premiere: November, 1994, Collage Music Festival, Vancouver, Eric Wilson, cello, Patricia Hoy, piano.
    Available from Canadian Music Centre.
    Music for Two Alto Saxophones (1989) 8 min.
    Commissioned by the Canada Council for David Branter and Julia Nolan.
    Premiere: University of British Columbia, David Branter, Julia Nolan, alto saxophones.
    Published: Medfield, Mass.: Dorn, 1991.
    Night Awakening (1989) 6 min.
    Flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, 2 horns, 2 trumpets, trombone, tuba, percussion, 2 violins, viola, violoncello, contrabass.
    Commissioned by the Canada Council for the Canadian Chamber Ensemble.
    Premiere: May 5, 1989, Aird Centre for the Arts, Waterloo, Ontario, 5th Stream Festival, Canadian Chamber Ensemble, Raffi Armenian, conductor.
    Available from Canadian Music Centre.
    Nocturne (1980) 8 min.
    Flute, violin, viola, violoncello.
    Commissioned by the Galliard Ensemble, Toronto.
    Premiere: October, 1980, Toronto, Galliard Ensemble.
    Available from Canadian Music Centre.
    Northern Drones (1976) 6 min.
    Viola and off-stage percussion.
    Premiere: October, 1981, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Hans-Karl Piltz, viola.
    Available from Canadian Music Centre.
    **On the Contrary (1974) 13 min.
    Clarinet solo, flute, bassoon, vibraphone, 2 percussion,celesta, violoncello.
    Premiere: April 1974, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Contemporary Directions Ensemble, David Robbins, conductor.
    Rental: Bryn Mawr, Pa.: T. Presser (E.B. Marks).
    **O Lo Velo! (1973) 9 min.
    Alto saxophone and percussion.
    Commissioned by Terry Hulick.
    Premiere: April, 1973, University of Michigan New Directions Ensemble.
    Published: Bloomington, Indiana: Etoile Quality Music, 1974.
    Outer Voices (1978) 13 min.
    Flute, bass clarinet, alto saxophone, 2 percussion, celesta, guitar, harp, tape.
    Commissioned by the Canada Council for Vancouver New Music Society.
    Premiere: November, 1978, Vancouver East Cultural Centre, Vancouver New Music Society.
    Pender Harbour Suite (2009) 16 min.
    Violin, cello and piano
    Commissioned by the Pender Harbour Chamber Music Festival
    Premere: August 22, 2009, Pender Harbour, BC
    Alexander Tselyakov, piano, Geoff Nuttall, violin, Matt Haimovitz, cello
    Published: Boston, Highgate Press, ECS Publishing, 2009, #7.574
    Per Aspera ad Astra (2002) 9 minutes
    2 violins, viola, violoncello.
    Commissioned by the CBC for the Accordes Quartet and Eric Shaw, tenor.
    Premiere: September 11, 2002,Glenn Gould Studio, Toronto.
    Published: Boston: Highgate Press, ECS Publishing, 2005, #7.0508-7.0511
    Quiet Exchange (1976) 6 min.
    Alto saxophone or clarinet, percussion.
    Commissioned by Rev. Robert Onofrey, clarinet
    Premiere: January, 1976, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Rev. Robert Onofrey, clarinet, William Moersh, percussion.
    Published: Medfield, Mass.: Dorn, 1976
    Quintet for Clarinet and Strings (1988) 11 min.
    Clarinet, 2 violins, viola, violoncello.
    Commissioned by the Canada Council for the Purcell String Quartet and Gene Ramsbottom, Vancouver.
    Available from Canadian Music Centre.
    Rustic Scenes (2005) 6 min
    Violin and Piano
    Commissioned by Langley B.C.Community Music School
    Premiere: November 27, 2005, Various student performers, Langley Community Music School.
    Screams and Whimpers (1980) 10 min.
    Saxophone quartet (SATB)
    Commissioned by University of Wisconsin-River Falls.
    Premiere: April, 1981, University of Wisconsin-River Falls New Music Ensemble, Conrad DeJong, director.
    Published: Medfield, Mass.: Dorn, 1985.
    *Slink (1977) 4 min.
    Flute solo.
    Premiere: March, 1977, UBC, Vancouver, Jane Martin, flute.
    Published: Toronto: Berandol, 1978
    *To the Garden the World (2006) 11 min
    Alto saxophone and piano.
    Comissioned by Julia Nolan and Sandra Joy.
    Premiere: July 7, 2006, 14th World Saxophone, Congress, Ljubljana, Slovenia
    Published: Boston: Highgate Press, ECS Publishing, 2007, #7.0539
    Trio (2001) 12 min.
    Clarinet, violin, and piano.
    Commissioned by Michigan State University for the Verdehr Trio.
    Premiere: February 4, 2002, LSU School of Music, Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
    Available from Canadian Music Centre. Crystal Records recording CD946.
    Twenty Moods of Emily (1985) 12 min.
    Flute, oboe, clarinet, horn.
    Commissioned by the Canada Council for Music Inter Alia, Winnipeg.
    Premiere: Winnipeg, January 28, 1986, Music Inter Alia.
    Available from Canadian Music Centre.
    *Variations on ‘Home On the Range’ (1980) 12 min.
    2 violins, viola, violoncello.
    Commissioned by the Pro Arte String Quartet, University of Wisconsin-Madison.
    Premiere: October, 1980, UBC, Vancouver, Pro Arte String Quartet.
    Rental: Bryn Mawr, Pa.: T. Presser (E.B. Marks), 1981.
    *Varley Suite (2005) 12 min
    Violin solo or viola solo (published separately)
    Commissioned by the British Columbia Arts Council
    Premiere:Febuary 5, 2005, UBC Chan Centre, Andrew Dawes, violin
    Published: Boston: Highgate Press, ECS Publishing, 2007, Violin #7.0538; Viola #7.0541
    Whisper, Rachel (1976) 8 min.
    Alto saxophone and harpsichord.
    Commissioned by Donald Sinta, University of Michigan
    Published: Medfield, Mass.: Dorn, 1986.
    *Wild Cat (1971 entitled Hues; rev. 1974, Black Cat) 5 min.
    Flute solo.
    Premiere: (first version): April, 1971, Oberlin Conservatory, William Mathews, flute.
    Published: Paris: Editions Jobert, 1975.

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    Keyboard

    Amusements, Book 1 (1976) 6 min.
    Piano solo. 14 elementary level pieces.
    Published: Mississauga, Ontario: Frederick Harris, 1989.
    Amusements, Book 2 (1976) 7 min.
    Piano solo. 14 late elementary level pieces.
    Published: Mississauga, Ontario: Frederick Harris, 1989.
    Amusements, Book 3 (1978) 8 min.
    Piano solo. 7 intermediate level pieces
    Published: Mississauga, Ontario: Frederick Harris, 1989.
    Away! (2002-2003)
    Piano solo. 13 elementary level pieces.
    Published: Mississauga, Ontario: Frederick Harris, 2004.
    Bells Over Deep Cove (1993) 3 min.
    Digital/General MIDI keyboard solo.
    Commissioned by F. Harris Music for the 1994 National Conference on Piano Pedagogy, Chicago.
    Published: Mississauga, Ontario: Frederick Harris, 1995.
    Bittersweet Rag (1979) 4 min.
    Premiere: 1979,UBC Recital Hall, Dale Reubart, piano.
    Published: Toronto: Berandol, 1979.
    *Black and White Fantasy (1981) 10 min.
    Piano solo.
    Commissioned by the CBC for Jane Coop.
    Premiere: January, 1982, Women’s Musical Club, Winnipeg, Jane Coop, piano.
    Available from Canadian Music Centre.
    Blues & Bells (1996)
    Piano duets. 7 intermediate level pieces.
    Published: Mississauga, Ontario: Frederick Harris, 1998.
    British Columbia Suite (2002-06)
    Piano solo. 8 intermediate level pieces.
    Published: Mississauga, Ontario, Frederick Harris, 2007
    Escapades: Books 1 and 2 (1995)
    22 Late Elementary Pieces for Piano Solo
    Published: Highgate Press, ECS Publishing, 2015, #7.0673
    Etudes, Book 1 for Piano Solo (2015)
    5 advanced pieces
    Published: Galaxy Music, ECS Publishing, 2016, #7.0675
    Fantasies (1993) 20 min.
    Piano solos. 11 late intermediate level pieces.
    Commissioned by the SOCAN Foundation.
    Published: Mississauga, Ontario: Frederick Harris, 1995.
    Four Preludes (1972) 8 min.
    Prepared piano solo.
    Published: Toronto: Berandol, 1979.
    Premiere: December, 1972, University of Michigan, Stephen Chatman, piano.
    Available from Canadian Music Centre.
    Hail, UBC (2007) 2 min.
    Piano solo. Also piano/vocal and wind ensemble/vocal.
    Official University of British Columbia pep song.
    Mix and Match for Piano
    Performance Book: Primer Level
    Galaxy Music, ECS Publishing, 2017, #7.0706
    Mix and Match for Piano
    Performance Book: Level 1
    Galaxy Music, ECS Publishing, 2017, #7.0707
    Mix and Match for Piano
    Performance Book: Primer and Level 1
    Galaxy Music, ECS Publishing, 2017, #7.0707
    *Mountain Spirit (2008) 4 min.
    Piano solo.
    Commissioned by Sara Davis Buechner,
    Premiere: August 6, 2008, Vancouver Festival, Christ Church Cathedral.
    O Canada!
    For voice and piano
    Calixa Lavallee
    Arranged by Stephen Chatman
    Published: Mississauga, Ontario: Frederick Harris, 2007
    Preludes for Piano, Book 1 (1999-2001) 7 min.
    Piano solo. 7 elementary level pieces.
    Published: Mississauga, Ontario: Frederick Harris, 2002.
    Preludes for Piano, Book 2 (1999-2001) 8 min.
    Piano solo. 7 late elementary pieces.
    Published: Mississauga, Ontario: Frederick Harris, 2002.
    Preludes for Piano, Book 3 (1999-2001) 11 min.
    Piano solo. 8 intermediate level pieces.
    Published: Mississauga, Ontario: Frederick Harris, 2002.
    Preludes for Piano, Book 4 (2008-2009) 10 min.
    Piano solo. 4 intermediate to advanced level pieces,
    also on Royal Conservatory of Music repertoire lists.
    Published: Highgate Press, ECSPublishing, 2015, #7.0641
    Sports (2002-2003) 7 min.
    Piano solo. 11 elementary level pieces
    Published: Mississauga, Ontario: Frederick Harris, 2004.
    Tender Heart (2002) 1 min.
    Piano Solo
    Published: Boston: Highgate Press, ECS Publishing, 2010.

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    Vocal

    Dandy Man (1974) 7 min.
    (Text by Jurgen Dankleff)
    Soprano or contralto and male flautist.
    Premiere: February, 1977, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Joanne Dorenfeld, voice, Paul Douglas, flute.
    Published: Toronto: Berandol, 1979.
    *Five Songs for Soprano and Piano (1993-95) 12 min.
    (Text by Miriam Waddington)
    Soprano and piano.
    Commissioned by the Canada Council for Lauren Wagner.
    Premiere: Sacramento, California, Lauren Wagner, soprano, Fred Weldy, piano.
    Published: Boston: Highgate Press, ECS Publishing, 2000.
    Love Songs (two separate versions, 2010)
    Eight Love Songs for High Baritone Voice, Violin, Cello and Piano (2010) 13 min., #7.0579
    Five Love Songs for High Baritone Voice and Piano (2010) 13 min.
    (Text: Tara Wohlberg)
    Commissioned by Musicfest Vancouver
    Premiere: August 11, 2010, Christ Church Cathedral, Vancouver, Tyler Duncan, Freshwater Trio.
    Published: Boston: Highgate Press, ECS Publishing, 2010, #7.0581
    Hanky Panky (from LoveSongs), 2010
    (Text: Tara Wohlberg)
    Soprano and piano version.
    Published: Boston: Highgate Press, ECS Publishing, 2012, #7.0598
    Seven Songs for Soprano and Piano (1971) 9 min.
    (Text: Ancient Japanese poems)
    Original title: Left On the Beach.
    Premiere: February, 1971, Oberlin Conservatory, Oberlin, Ohio, Alma Jean Smith, soprano, Stephen Chatman, piano. Published: Toronto: Berandol, 1979.
    Seven Songs for Bass Baritone and Piano (1971) 8 min.
    (Text: Ancient Japanese poems)
    Original title: Between the Slats.
    Bass baritone and piano.
    Available from Canadian Music Centre.
    Shadow River (1981) 7 min.
    (Text by E. Pauline Johnson)
    Soprano, alto flute, English horn, bass clarinet, horn, bassoon.
    Commissioned by Community Arts Council of Vancouver for Camerata d’Amici Woodwind Quintet, Vancouver.
    Premiere: November 18, 1981, UBC, Vancouver, Camerata d’Amici, Phyllis Mailing, soprano, Kathleen Rudolph, alto flute, Tony Nichels, English horn, Gene Ramsbottom, bass clarinet, John Gaudette, bassoon, Brian G’Froerer, horn.
    Available from Canadian Music Centre.
    Three Songs (1969) 6 min.
    (Text by Chan Chiu-ling, Li Tuan)
    Tenor and piano.
    Premiere: May 21, 1969, Oberlin Conservatory, Oberlin, Ohio, Vincenzo Manno, tenor, Stephen Chatman, piano.
    Available from Canadian Music Centre.
    Will there really be a morning? (2006) 2 min.
    (Text by Emily Dickinson)
    Soprano and Piano
    Commissioned by Acadia Choral Society
    Premiere: May 5, 2007, Bar Harbor, Maine
    Published: Boston: Highgate Press, ECS Publishing, 2016, #7.0599
    You Are Happy (1988) 9 min.
    (Text by Margaret Atwood)
    Contralto and piano.
    Commissioned for Maureen Forrester by Music In the Morning, June Goldsmith, director, Vancouver.
    Premiere: March 15, 1989, Orpheum Theatre, Vancouver, Music In the Morning, Maureen Forrester, contralto, Derek Bampton, piano.

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    *A Cradle Song (2006) 3 minutes
    (Text: William Blake)
    SATB chorus
    Premiere: December 2, 2006, performed and commissioned by the Acadia Choral Society, Bar Harbor, Maine.
    Published: Boston: Highgate Press, ECS Publishing, 2008, #7.0533
    *Alas, that Spring should vanish with the Rose! (2012) 4 min.
    (Text: Omar Khayyam, trans. Edward Fitzgerald)
    Soprano solo, SATB chorus and clarinet.
    Published: ECS Publishing, 2013, #7.0625
    *A Magical Machine (2005) 3 min
    SATB chorus
    Commissioned by Central Bucks High School West, Doylestown,
    Pennsylvania, Joseph Ohrt, director.
    Premiere: June 2006, Toronto
    Published: Boston: Highgate Press, ECS Publishing, 2008, #7.0517
    *And if thou wilt, remember (2012) 4 min.
    (Text: Christina Rossetti)
    SSATB or SSAA chorus, clarinet (opt.) and piano.
    Commissioned by Winnipeg Philharmonic Choir, Yuri Klaz, director.
    Published: Boston: Highgate Press, ECS Publishing, 2012, SSATB #7.0616, SSAA #7.0618
    (see Songs of Remembrance)
    And I Saw a New Heaven (2008) 4 min.
    (Text: Revelation 21: 1-4)
    SATB chorus and organ.
    Commissioned by Maurice Casey.
    Premiere: November 1, 2008, Worthington United Methodist Church, Worthington, Ohio.
    Published: Boston: Highgate Press, ECS Publishing, 2010, #7.0558
    And There Will Be Signs (1977) 4 min.
    (Text: Luke 21: 25-28)
    Original title: Hymn
    SATB chorus and organ.
    Premiere: June, 1977, First United Church of Christ Choir, Madison, Wisconsin.
    Published: New York: Agape Music, 1977.
    *An Elizabethan Spring (1983) 5 min.
    (Texts: Thomas Nashe, Thomas Campion, Anon. 16th cent.)
    SATB chorus.
    1. Spring, the Sweet Spring
    2. There is a Garden in Her Face
    3. The Urchins’ Dance
    Premiere: November, 1983, University of British Columbia Singers,
    James Fankhauser, director.
    Published: Waterloo Music: Waterloo, Ontario, 1985, copyright transferred to Mayfair Music Publications Inc., Markham, Ontario.
    Available for sale from www.mayfairmusic.com
    *An Elizabethan Summer (1988) 5 min.
    SATB chorus.
    1. Cuckoo
    2. Golden Slumbers Kiss Your Eyes
    3. Come Away, Sweet Love
    Commissioned by Music In the Morning, Vancouver.
    Premiere: May 12, 1990, Calgary, ACCC Podium ’90, Vancouver Phoenix Chamber Choir, Cortland Hultberg, conductor.
    Published: Waterloo Music: Waterloo, Ontario, 1990, copyright transferred to Mayfair Music Publications Inc., Markham, Ontario.
    Available for sale from www.mayfairmusic.com
    *Autumn Violets (2006) 3 minutes
    (Text: Christina Rossetti)
    SATB chorus
    Premiere: May 5, 2007, performed and commissioned by Acadia Choral Society, Bar Harbor, Maine.
    Published: Boston: Highgate Press, ECS Publishing, 2008, #7.0523
    Be Thou My Vision (2000) 4 min.
    (Ancient Irish Hymn, Versified by Eleanor Hull)
    SATB chorus and organ.
    Premiere: November, 2000, Coventry England, Coventry Cathedral Choir, Rupert Jeffcoat, conductor.
    Published: Boston: Highgate Press, ECS Publishing, 2002, #7.0431
    *Bitter for Sweet (2006) 2 minutes
    (Text: Christina Rossetti)
    SSA chorus and piano #7.0520 or SATB chorus and piano #7.0521
    Premiere: March 24, 2007, performed and commissioned by Mississauga Children’s Choir, MTNA Conference, Toronto.
    Published: Boston: Highgate Press, ECS Publishing, 2008.
    *Blow, Blow, Thou Winter Wind (1992) 5 min.
    (Text: William Shakespeare)
    SATB chorus and piano.
    Commissioned by the Choral Music Association of Calgary.
    Premiere: 1992, Calgary Mount Royal Youth Choir, David Ferguson, director.
    Published: first published, London, Ont.: Jaymar, 1995; copyright transferred to Boston: Highgate Press, ECS Publishing, reissued 2004.
    SATB chorus and orchestra version also available.
    *Carols of the Nativity (2002) 20 min.
    (Traditional and original carols)
    SATB chorus, optional piano or organ.
    Alternate versions with brass quintet or orchestra accompaniment.
    1. As I Lay Upon a Night #7.0451
    2. Bring a Torch, Jeannette, Isabella #7.0452
    3. The Huron Carol #7.0453
    4. A Christmas Lullaby #7.0454 (also SSA version #7.0491)
    5. The First Nowell #7.0455
    6. Wassail #7.0456
    7. Angels We Have Heard On High #7.0457
    Commissioned by the Canada Council and the B.C. Arts Council for Phoenix Chamber Choir, Ramona Luengen, director.
    Premiere: December 21, 2002, Vancouver, Phoenix Chamber Choir.
    Published: Boston: Highgate Press, ECS Publishing, 2005.
    *Christmas Joy (2005) 14 min
    SATB chorus, audience / congregation, brass quintet, organ and optional precussion.
    Commissioned by Maurice Casey and Worthington, Ohio United Methodist Church.
    Premiere: December 18, 2005, Worthington, Ohio, Maurice, Casey, conductor.
    Published: Boston: Highgate Press, ECS Publishing, 2008, #7.0515
    *Come to me (2012) 3 min.
    (Text: Christina Rossetti)
    SATB chorus, clarinet (opt.) and piano.
    Commissioned by Winnipeg Philharmonic Choir, Yuri Klaz, director.
    Published: Boston: Highgate Press, ECS Publishing, 2012, # 7.0616
    (see Songs of Remembrance)
    *Come Unto Me (2000) 6 min.
    (Text: Scriptural)
    SATB chorus and organ.
    Commissioned by Central Presbyterian Church, Hamilton, Ontario, Paul Grimwood, director.
    Published: Boston: Highgate Press, ECS Publishing, 2001, #7.0421
    *Come, Said My Soul (2008) 3 min.
    (Text: Walt Whitman)
    SATB chorus and oboe
    Commissioned by First Unitarian Church, Portland, Oregon, Mark Slegers, Minister of Music
    Premiere: May 10, 2009, Portland, Oregon
    Published: Boston: Highgate Press, ECS Publishing, 2009, #7.0561
    *Darest Thou Now O Soul (2008) 4 min.
    (Text: Walt Whitman)
    SAB or SATB chorus and piano
    Commissioned by First Unitarian Church, Portland, Oregon, Mark Slegers, Minister of Music
    Premiere: May 10, 2009, Portland, Oregon
    Published: Boston: Highgate Press, ECS Publishing, 2009, #7.0563
    Dawn of Night (2016) 9 min.
    (Text: Tara Wohlberg)
    SATB chorus, violoncello and harp and piano
    Comissioned by Landate Singers, Lars Kaario, director
    Premiere: March 18, 2016, North Vancouver, B.C.
    Publisher: Galaxy Music, ECS Publishing, 2017, #7.0709
    *Dreaming (2012) 3 min.
    (Text: Omar Khayyam, trans. Edward Fitzgerald)
    Two soprano soli, SATB chorus and oboe, clarinet or soprano saxophone and optional zheng. #7.0623
    Dreams offer solace (2011) 3 min.
    (Text: Tara Wohlberg)
    SATB chorus and oboe.
    Commissioned by First Unitarian Church, Portland, Oregon, Mark Slegers, Minister of Music
    Premiere: May 10, 2009, Portland, Oregon
    Published: Boston: Highgate Press, ECS Publishing, 2011, #7.0404
    *Dryads’ Bells (1997) 3 min.
    (Text: Stephen Chatman)
    SATB chorus.
    Premiere: July, 1997, International Choral Festival Kathaumixw, Powell River, B.C., Powell River Academy Singers, Don James, director.
    Published: Boston: Highgate Press, ECS Publishing, 1999.
    *Due East (2006) 7 minutes
    (Text: Tara Wohlberg)
    SATB chorus
    1. Nor’easter #7.0526
    2. Minke Whale #7.0527
    3. Farewell Nancy #7.0528
    4. Fishing #7.0529
    Premiere: July 2, 2007, performed and commissioned by the Philharmonic Choir of the Newfoundland Symphony Orchestra, St. John’s, Festival 500.
    Published (each separately): Boston: Highgate Press, ECS Publishing, 2008.
    *Due North (1986) 8 min.
    (Text: Stephen Chatman)
    SATB chorus.
    1. Mountains #7.0367
    2. Trees #7.0368
    3. Woodpecker #7.0369
    4. Varied Thrushes #7.0370
    5. Mosquitoes #7.0371
    Commissioned by the Association of Canadian Choral Conductors for the National Youth Choir.
    Premiere: Vancouver, May 3, 1986, Chorfest Canada, National Youth Choir, Jon Washburn, director.
    Published (each separately): Boston: Highgate Press, ECS Publishing, 1991.
    Published(set): 2017, #7.0717
    *Due West (1997) 9 min.
    (Text: Tara Wohlberg)
    SATB chorus.
    1. Train #7.0397 also SSAA, #7.710
    2. Prairie Lullaby #7.0398
    3. Wasps #7.0399
    4. Sunset #7.0400 also SSAA, #7.0711
    5. Chickadee #7.0401
    Commissioned by the Canada Council for the Vancouver Chamber Choir, Jon Washburn, conductor.
    Premiere: November 12, 1997, Vancouver, Vancouver Chamber Choir, Jon Washburn, director.
    Published (each separately): Boston: Highgate Press, ECS Publishing, 1998.
    Published(set): 2017, #7.0718
    *Elizabethan Songs (2004) 5 min.
    (Text: Robert Herrick, Thomas Nashe, Anon. c.1600)
    SSA chorus, drum, and piano.
    1. Cherry-ripe #48019630
    2. A-maying, a-playing #48019631
    3. The Three Ravens #48019632
    Commissioned by Mississauga Children’s Choir, Thomas Bell, director.
    Premiere, May 29, 2004, Mississauga, Ontario.
    Published:(each separately): New York: Boosey & Hawkes, 2007.
    *Elves’ Bells (2006) 3 minutes
    SATB chorus
    Premiere: April 15, 2007, performed and commissioned by Maryland State Boychoir, Baltimore.
    Published: Boston: Highgate Press, ECS Publishing, 2008, #7.0543
    *Five British Columbia Folk Songs (1983) 10 min.
    SATB, SAB, SSA, or TTBB chorus.
    1. The Potlatch Fair (SATB or TTBB)
    2. Mary, Come Home (SATB or SSA)
    3. The Grand Hotel (SATB or TTBB)
    4. Skidegate Love Song (SAB)
    5. John Kanaka (SATB)
    Commissioned by CBC Radio for the Vancouver Chamber Choir, Jon Washburn, director.
    Premiere: February, 1984, Ryerson United Church, Vancouver, Vancouver Chamber Choir.
    Published (each separately): #1,3 Oxford University Press, 2008.
    Published (each separately): #2,4,5: Alfred Publishing.
    Note: 2. Mary, Come Home and 4. Skidegate Love Song are available for sale from Leslie Music Supply, Ontario, tel. 905 844 7637 Sales@lesliemusicsupply.com
    *Five Canadian Folk Songs (1995) 11 min.
    SATB chorus.
    1. A la volette 2:30 min. #7.0478
    2. O Prairie Land 2 min. #7.0479
    3. An Old Man He Courted Me 3 min. #7.0480
    4. She’s Like the Swallow (SATB and SA) 2 min. #7.0481
    5. Lukey’s Boat 1:30 min. #7.0482
    Commissioned by the Vancouver Chamber Choir.
    Premiere: Vancouver, 1995, Vancouver Chamber Choir, Jon Washburn, director.
    Published (each separately): First published, London, Ontario: Jaymar, 1996; copyright transferred to Boston: Highgate Press, ECS publishing, reissued 2004.
    *Forever, remember me (2009-2014) 2 min.
    (Text: Tara Wohlberg)
    solo voice or any unison chorus and piano.
    Published: Highgate Press, ECSPublishing, 2014, #7.0640
    *Gloria (1997) 3 min.
    (Text: Mass)
    Double SATB chorus.
    Commissioned by the Jubilate Chamber Choir, Jocelyn Pritchard, director.
    Premiere: Shawnessy United Church, Vancouver.
    Published: Boston: Highgate Press, ECS Publishing, 1999, #7.0402
    Greater Love (1996) 3:30 min.
    (Text: Wilfred Owen)
    SATB or TTBB chorus and oboe (or soprano saxophone).
    Commissioned by the B.C. Arts Council for Chor Leoni Men’s Choir.
    Premiere: November 11, 1996, Christ Church Cathedral, Vancouver, Chor Leoni,
    Diane Loomer, director.
    Published: Boston: Highgate Press, ECS Publishing, 2008, #7.0551
    *How still it is (2009) 5 min.
    (Text: Archibald Lampman)
    SSAATTBB Chorus
    Commissioned by Peterborough Singers, Syd Birrell, director
    Premiere: February 28, 2009, Peterborough, Ontario
    Published: Boston: Highgate Press, ECS Publishing, 2009, #7.0569
    *How Sweet and Fair (2001) 5 min.
    SATB chorus and clarinet.
    (Texts: Edmund Waller and Robert Herrick)
    1. Go, Lovely Rose
    2. To Daffodils
    Commissioned by the Mount Royal Youth Choir, David Ferguson, director, Calgary.
    Premiere: June 10, 2001, Calgary.
    Published: Boston: Highgate Press, ECS Publishing, 2004, #7.0432
    *I am not yours (2010) 3 min.
    (Text: Sara Teasdale)
    SATB #7.0582, SSAA #7.0583, TTBB #7.0584
    Commissioned by Cantabile Men's Chorus, Kingston, Ontario, Mark Sirett, director.
    Published: Boston: Highgate Press, ECS Publishing, 2010
    *In Flanders Fields (1998) 2 min.
    (Text: John McCrae)
    SATB or TTBB chorus.
    Commissioned by the B.C. Arts Council for Chor Leoni Men’s Choir.
    Premiere: November 11, 1998, Christ Church Cathedral, Vancouver, Chor Leoni,
    Diane Loomer, director.
    Published (each separately):First published London, Ontario: Jaymar, 1998, copyright transferred to Corvallis, Oregon, earthsongs, TTBB version reissued 2004
    (see also version under orchestra and chorus)
    *In the Glow of the Moon (1992) 4 min.
    (Text: Tara Wohlberg)
    SSA chorus and piano.
    Commissioned by the Canadian Children’s Opera Chorus, John Tuttle, director.
    Published: New York: Oxford University Press, 2008.
    *…into a mist with bells (2000) 3 min.
    (Text: Stephen Chatman)
    SAB or SSA chorus.
    Commissioned by the Canadian Music Centre for the Vancouver Bach Youth Choir, Bruce Pullan, director.
    Published: New York: Boosey & Hawkes, 2001, #M.051.47312-0
    I Sing the Birth (2013) 3 min.
    (Text: Ben Jonson)
    Soprano solo and SATB chorus.
    Commissioned by Christ Church Cathedral Choir, Victoria, BC.
    Premiere: December 22, 2013, Victoria, BC.
    Published: Highgate Press, ECSPublishing, 2013.
    It Will Not Change (2011) 10 min.
    (Text: Sara Teasdale)
    SATB chorus and saxophone.
    Commissioned by the University of Michigan Chamber Choir, Jerry Blackstone, director.
    Premiere: April 3, 2012, Ann Arbor, Michigan.
    I will lift up mine eyes ( 2005) 4 min
    SSATB chorus, organ, optional trumpet, and optional congregation.
    Commissioned by Central Presbyterian Church, Hamilton, Paul Grimwood, director.
    Published: Boston: Highgate Press, ECS Publishing, 2007.
    *I Would Live In Your Love (2012) 2 min.
    (Text: Sara Teasdale)
    SATB #7.0613, SSAA #7.0614, TTBB #7.0614
    Commissioned by Marietta College Chamber Choir, Daniel Monek, director.
    Premiere: April, 2012.
    Published: Boston Highgate Press, ECS Publishing, 2013.
    *Jumalisten joucko (2002) 3 min.
    (Anon. Finnish Christmas text and chant)
    SATB chorus.
    Commissioned by the Elmer Iseler Singers, Lydia Adams, director, Toronto.
    Premiere: December 18, 2002, Toronto, Elmer Iseler Singers.
    Published: Boston: Highgate Press, ECS Publishing, 2006.
    *June Night (2009) 3 min.
    (Text: Sara Teasdale)
    SATB chorus, piano, and optional oboe or clarinet
    Commissioned by First Unitarian Church, Portland, Oregon, Mark Slegers, Minister of Music
    Premiere: November, 2009, Portland, Oregon
    Published: Boston, Highgate Press, ECS Publishing, 2009, #7.0575
    *Let It Be Forgotten (2013) 3 min.
    (Text: Sara Teasdale)
    SATB chorus.
    Premiere: November 30, 2013, Jubilate!, Unitarian Church, Vancouver.
    Published: Cypress Choral Music, Vancouver, 2013. cypresschoral.com, CP 1263
    *Little Child In a Manger (1989)
    (Text: based on fragments by Margaret Flemming)
    SATB chorus (Chatman: “Roses I Send to You” tune).
    Commissioned by the CBC for the Vancouver Chamber Choir.
    *Lo in a Manger (1987) 3 min.
    (Text: Stephen Chatman and Gregory Butler)
    SATB chorus and keyboard or harp, #7.0357 or SA chorus and keyboard or harp #7.0358
    Published (each version separately): Boston: Highgate Press, ECS Publishing, 1989.
    Also SATB chorus/orchestra version (1987) commissioned by the CBC.
    Premiere: December, 1987, Orpheum, Vancouver Cantata Singers and VSO, Peter McCoppin, conductor.
    *Lullay My Liking (2008) 3 min.
    (Text: Trad. English (c.1400) adapted SC)
    SATB chorus and piano or harp.
    Commissioned by Brigid Coult for Richmond Chorus, B.C.
    Premiere: December 13, 2008, Richmond, B.C.
    Published: Boston: Highgate Press, ECS Publishing, 2010, #7.0559
    *Lux Aeterna (1999) 6 min.
    SSATB chorus.
    Commissioned by Kantorei, David Ferguson, director, Calgary.
    Published: First published by London, Ontario: Jaymar, 2002; copyright transferred to Boston: Highgate Press, ECS Publishing, reissued 2004, #7.0483
    *Love came down at Christmas (2006) 3 minutes
    (Text: Christina Rossetti)
    SATB chorus
    Premiere: December 16, 2006, performed and commissioned by the Maryland State Boychoir, Baltimore, Maryland.
    Published: Boston: Highgate Press, ECS Publishing, 2008, #7.0530
    *Love and Shapes High Fantastical (1986) 12 min.
    (Text: William Shakespeare)
    SATB chorus, English horn, piano, harp, narrator.
    Commissioned by the Canada Council for Vancouver Cantata Singers, James Fankhauser, director.
    Premiere: November 29, 1986, Vancouver.
    Published: Boston: Highgate Press, ECS Publishing, 2008, #7.0537
    *Make a Wish for Me on Christmas (2000) 3 min.
    (Text: Stephen Chatman and Tara Wohlberg)
    SATB, SAB, SA, or TTBB chorus and piano; orchestra accompaniment also available.
    Premiere: December, 2000, Barnt Green, West Midlands, England, Barnt Green Choral Society (originally entitled Good-bye Old Timer, commissioned by “Timbre”, Port Alberni, B.C.).
    Published (each separately): Boston: Highgate Press, ECS Publishing, 2001, #7.0422-7.0425
    *Missa Brevis (2007) 7 min.
    (Latin Text: Kyrie, Sanctus, Benedictus, Agnus Dei)
    SSA chorus and piano, #7.0547 or SSATB chorus and piano, #7.0546
    Commissioned by Surrey Children's Choir, Stephen Horning, director.
    Premiere: May, 24, 2008, Surrey, B.C.
    Published: Boston: Highgate Press, ECS Publishing, 2010.
    Moonset (1979) 10 min
    (Text: E. Pauline Johnson (Tekahion-wake))
    SATB chorus, 5 percussion, cello.
    Premiere: March 1980, Vancouver, UBC Singers, James Schell, director, (Stephen Chatman, conductor of premiere).
    Rental: Bryn Mawr, Pa.: T. Presser (E.B. Marks), 1980.
    *Musica dei donum optimi (2007) 4 min.
    (Text: Anonymous 16th - Century Latin poem)
    SATB chorus
    Commissioned by the Choral Arts Ensemble of Rochester, Minnesota, Michael Culloton, artistic director.
    Premiere: May, 10 2008, Rochester, Minnesota.
    Published: Boston: Highgate Press, ECS Publishing, 2009, #7.0545
    *My spirit to yours dear brother (2014) 3 min.
    (Text: Walt Whitman)
    SATB chorus and optional piano.
    Extracted from Chatman: A Song of Joys
    Published: Highgate Press, ECSPublishing, 2014, #7.0636
    Nature’s Cry (2006) 6 min.
    (Text: Tara Wohlberg)
    SSATB chorus and piano
    Published: Boston, Highgate Press, ECS Publishing, 2009
    *Night Vision (2014) 2 min.
    (Text: Joanna Lilley)
    SATB and piano, #7.0671 or SSA and piano, #7.0672
    Commissioned by Community Choir of Whitehorse Society, Yukon, Canada.
    Premiere: May 2, 2015, Whitehorse, Yukon.
    Published: Highgate Press, ECSPublishing, 2016
    O Clap Your Hands (2009) 3 min.
    (Text: Psalm 47)
    Solo or soli, SSA chorus and piano
    Commissioned by Mississauga Children’s Choir, Thomas Bell, director
    Premiere: May, 2010, Living Arts Centre, Mississauga, Ontario
    Published: Boston: Highgate Press, ECS Publishing, 2009
    O Come, O Come Emmanuel from Christmas Joy
    SATB chorus, 2016
    Published: Galaxy Music, #7.0713
    *On the Beach at Night Alone (2006) 3 minutes
    (Text: Walt Whitman)
    SATB chorus and piano
    Premiere: May 5, 2007, performed and commissioned by Acadia Choral Society, Bar Harbor, Maine.
    Published: Boston: Highgate Press, ECS Publishing, 2008, #7.0542
    Our Garden of Life (2015) 4 min.
    (Text: Tara Wohlberg)
    SATB chorus and piano
    Commissioned by Kantorei of the Chaptel of the Resurrection
    Premiere: Dec. 11, 2015, Kantorei, Valparaiso University, Indiana
    Published: Galaxy Music, ECS Publishing, 2016, #7.0700
    *Peace (2010) 3 min.
    (Text: Sara Teasdale)
    SATB, SAB, TTBB or SSAA chorus and piano (also see choir and orchestra version).
    Commissioned by Cantabile Men’s Chorus, Kingston, Ontario, Mark Sirett, director
    Published: Boston: Highgate Press, ECS Publishing, 2010
    Premiere: November, 2011, Kingston, Ontario.
    (also see choir and orchestra version)
    *Reconciliation (1997) 4 min.
    (Text: Walt Whitman)
    TTBB chorus and flugelhorn, #7.0403 or SATB chorus and trumpet, #7.0637
    Commissioned by Chor Leoni Men’s Choir.
    Premiere: November 11, 1997, Vancouver, Chor Leoni, Diane Loomer, director.
    Published: Boston: Highgate Press, ECS Publishing, 1999.
    *Remember (1999) 3 min.
    (SATB, TTBB or SSA chorus ,see Two Rossetti Songs)
    *Rose-cheek’d Laura, Come (1998) 3 min.
    (Text: Thomas Campion)
    SATB chorus.
    Commissioned by UBC Singers, James Fankhauser, director.
    Published: First published, London, Ontario: Jaymar, 1998; copyright transferred to Boston: Highgate Press, ECS Publishing, reissued 2004.
    *Roses on a Brier (2008) 3 min.
    (Text: Christina Rossetti)
    SSATB chorus
    Commissioned by First Unitarian Church, Portland, Oregon, Mark Slegers, Minister of Music
    Premiere: May 10, 2009, Portland, Oregon
    Published: Boston: Highgate Press, ECS Publishing, 2009, #7.0570
    *Seattle Red (2000) 3 min.
    (Text: Robert E. Swanson)
    SATB or SAB chorus.
    Commissioned by Timbre!, Patricia Miller, conductor, Port Alberni, B.C.
    Premiere: April, 2000, Port Alberni, B.C., Timbre! (set originally entitled Good-bye Old Timer and Alberni Red).
    Published: New York: Oxford University Press, 2008.
    *Shepherds, Rejoice! (2006) 3 minutes
    (Text: Isaac Watts)
    SSATB chorus, optional drum and optional organ
    Premiere: December 2, 2006, performed and commissioned by the Acadia Choral Society, Bar Harbor, Maine.
    Published: Boston: Highgate Press, ECS Publishing, 2008, #7.0532
    Shine! Shine! Shine! from A Song of Joys
    (Text: Walt Whitman)
    SATB chorus and piano, 2017 arrangement
    Published:Galaxy music, ECS Publishing, 2017, #7.0726
    *Songs of a Prospector (1989) 8 min.
    (Text: George Winkler)
    SAB or SATB chorus and piano.
    1. Pals
    2. Memories
    3. The Scout
    4. Roses I Send to You
    5. The Calliope
    Commissioned by Nova Scotia Music Educators’ Association.
    Premiere: May 4, 1989, Halifax, National Music Educators’ Association, Halifax Select High School Choir.
    Published (each separately): New York: Boosey & Hawkes, 1990.
    *Songs of Remembrance (2012) 6 min.
    (Text: Christina Rossetti)
    SATB chorus, clarinet(opt.) and piano.
    (see And if thou wilt, remember and Come to me)
    Speak to me, my love! (2014) 4:30 min.
    (Text: Rabindranath Tagore)
    SSAA chorus.
    Commissioned by Lady Cove Women's Choir, St. John's, Newfoundland.
    Premiere: March 22, 2014, Cochrane Street United Church, St. John's.
    Stars, Blue, Ice (2003) 4 min.
    (Text: Nakul Patel, Cheyenne Franco, Liam Stanley)
    SA chorus and piano.
    Commissioned by Oriana Singers, William Brown, conductor, Toronto.
    Premiere: May 8, 2004, Toronto, Oriana Singers.
    Published: Boston Highgate Press, ECS Publishing, 2007, #7.0499
    *Sterling Bells (alternate title – Woodland Bells) (2006) 3 minutes
    SATB chorus and piano (optional)
    (see Woodland Bells)
    Published: Boston Highgate Press, ECS Publishing, 2008, #7.0525
    Squirrel (1980) 7 min.
    (Text: Marion White Chatman)
    SSATBB chorus with 2 round stones, kazoo, bird call, 3 pitchpipes and police whistle (ad lib.).
    Premiere: November, 1980, Vancouver, UBC Chamber Choir, Cortland Hultberg, director.
    Available from Canadian Music Centre.
    *The Cloud (2013) 3 min.
    (Text: Sara Teasdale)
    SATB chorus and piano, #7.0628 or SSA chorus and piano, #7.0627
    Commissioned by Mississauga Children's Choir.
    Premiere: June 1, 2013, Living Arts Centre, Mississauga, Ontario.
    Published: Highgate Press, ECSPublishing, 2013.
    *The cold demands a silence (2014) 3 min.
    (Text: Tara Wohlberg)
    SATB chorus and piano.
    Commissioned by Community Choir of Whitehorse Society, Yukon, Canada.
    Premiere: May 2, 2015, Whitehorse, Yukon.
    Published: Highgate Press, ECSPublishing, 2015, #7.0639
    *The Grand Hotel, SATB, TTBB (see Five British Columbia Folk Songs)
    *The Potlatch Fair, SATB, TTBB (see Five British Columbia Folk Songs)
    *The Falcon Carol (2006) 3 minutes
    (Text: Traditional English, c. 1400)
    SSA chorus, optional drum, and optional organ
    Premiere: December 2006, performed and commissioned by Mississauga Children’s Choir, Mississauga, Ontario.
    Published: Boston: Highgate Press, ECS Publishing, 2008, #7.0531
    * The half moon
    (Text: Christina Rossetti)
    SATB chorus and piano #7.0567 or SA chorus and piano, #7.0568
    Published: ECS Publishing, 2010.
    *There is Sweet Music Here (1984) 10 min.
    (Texts: Alfred Tennyson, William Blake, and P.B. Shelley)
    SATB chorus and oboe.
    1. There is Sweet Music Here (TTBB and clarinet version also available) #7.0486
    2. Song of the Laughing Green Woods #7.0487
    3. Music When Soft Voices Die #7.0488
    4. Piping Down the Valleys Wild (TTBB and clarinet version also available) #7.0489

    Commissioned by the Canada Council for Vancouver Cantata Singers.
    Premiere: November 23 and 24, 1984, Vancouver, Cantata Singers, James Fankhauser, director, Tony Nichols, oboe.
    Published (each separately): First published, London, Ontario: Jaymar, 1993; copyright transferred to Boston: Highgate Press, ECS Publishing, reissued 2004.
    *There Will Be Stars (2012) 3 minutes
    (Text: Sara Teasdale)
    2 soprano soli and SATB chorus
    Commissioned by Marietta College Choir, Ohio, Daniel Monek, director
    Premiere: April, 2012
    Published: New York, Edward B. Marks Music Co., 2016
    Distributed by Hal Leonard, #00154140
    *The Star-Song (2005) 3 min
    SATB chorus and tenor drum
    Commissioned by Vancouver Bach Choir for its 75th Anniversary.
    Premiere: December 11, 2005, Orpheum, Vancouver Bach Choir, Bruce Pullan, conductor.
    Published: Boston: Highgate Press, ECS Publishing, 2008, #7.0516
    *The Tree of Song (2012) 2 min.
    (Text: Sara Teasdale)
    SATB chorus
    Commissioned by Marietta College Chamber Choir, Daniel Monek, director.
    Premiere: April, 2012.
    Published: Boston Highgate Press, ECS Publishing, 2012, #7.0612
    *The Voice of the Rain (2006) 4 minutes
    (Text: Walt Whitman)
    SATB chorus
    Premiere: May 5, 2007, performed and commissioned by Acadia Choral Society, Bar Harbor, Maine.
    Published: Boston: Highgate Press, ECS Publishing, 2008, #7.0524
    *Thou Whose Harmony Is the Music of the Spheres (1994) 4 min.
    (Text: Robert French Leavens)
    SATB chorus and oboe.
    Commissioned by the First Unitarian Society of Madison, Wisconsin.
    Premiere: Spring, 1994, First Unitarian Society of Madison, Ellsworth Snyder, director.
    Published: First published London, Ont.: Jaymar, 1996, copyright transferred to Corvallis, Oregon, earthsongs, reissued 2004
    *Time Pieces (1999) 10 min.
    (Texts: Auctoritates Aristotelis, Ben Jonson, Henry Vaughan, Stephen Chatman)
    SATB chorus.
    1. Tempus #7.0417
    2. Come, My Celia #7.0418
    3. I Saw Eternity (with violin) #7.0419
    4. Clocks #7.0420
    Commissioned by CapriCCio Vocal Ensemble, Michael Gormley, director, Victoria, B.C.
    Published: Boston: Highgate Press, ECS Publishing, 2003.
    *Two Rossetti Songs (1999) 7 min.
    (Text: Christina Rossetti)
    SATB chorus.
    1. Song and Music #7.0409
    2. Remember #7.0410 (also TTBB #7.0469 and SSA #7.0476)
    Commissioned by the Canada Council for Vancouver Chamber Choir, Jon Washburn, conductor.
    Premiere: October, 1999, UBC Recital Hall, Vancouver, Vancouver Chamber Choir, Jon Washburn, conductor.
    Published (each separately): Boston: Highgate Press, ECS Publishing, 2002.
    *Unseen Buds (2006) 4 minutes
    (Text: Walt Whitman)
    SAT Soli, SATB(div.) chorus
    Premiere: May 5, 2007, performed and commissioned by Acadia Choral Society, Bar Harbor, Maine.
    Published: Boston: Highgate Press, ECS Publishing, 2008, #7.0522
    *Voices in the Mist (2006) 3 minutes
    (Text: Alfred, Lord Tennyson)
    Premiere: December 2, 2006, performed and commissioned by Acadia Choral Society, Bar Harbor, Maine.
    Published: Boston: Highgate Press, ECS Publishing, 2008, #7.0534
    *Voices of Earth (2004) 8 min.
    (Text: Archibald Lampman)
    SAB or SATB chorus and piano.
    1. The Bird and the Hour SAB #7.0500, SATB #7.0503
    2. Snow also SSA #7.0544, SAB #7.0501, SATB #7.0504
    3. Voices of Earth SAB #7.0502, SATB #7.0505
    Commissioned by Upper Canada Choristers, Laurie Fraser, conductor, for its 10th Anniversary.
    Premiere: May 14, 2004, Toronto, Upper Canada Choristers.
    Published (each separately): Boston: Highgate Press, ECS Publishing, 2007.
    **Whisper, Baby (1975) 5 min.
    (Text: Stephen Chatman, phonic sounds).
    SAB or SATB chorus and piano.
    Premiere: UBC, Vancouver, University of British Columbia Chamber Singers, Cortland Hultberg, director, March, 1977.
    Published: Toronto: Berandol, 1979.
    *Woodland Bells (alternate title - Sterling Bells) (2006) 3 minutes
    SATB chorus and piano (optional)
    Premiere: May 5, 2007, performed and commissioned by Acadia Choral Society, Bar Harbor, Maine.
    Published: Boston: Highgate Press, ECS Publishing, 2008, #7.0525
    *You Have Ravished My Heart (1982) 5 min.
    (Text: Song of Solomon).
    SATB chorus.
    Premiere: October, 1982, Orpheum Theatre, Vancouver, Vancouver Chamber Choir, Jon Washburn, conductor.
    Published: New York: Edward B. Marks (copyright), 1982, available from Hal Leonard Publishing Co.

    * CD recording available on Centrediscs, ** LP

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