dreamer//precipice (bass trombone and fixed media)

Run time: approx. 4’30”. A piece I wrote for Nick St. Croix for his birthday, which we recorded and released on my album WEAKNESS.

No, you can’t actually order from here, sorry. I keep this piece’s destinations highly controlled. Fill out the form below and we’ll talk about your project!


Hi, folks. I control where this piece goes pretty tightly. If you’d like to purchase it, please fill out the form below to tell me about your project, and if I’m super into your setting of the piece, we’ll move forward full steam ahead! Program notes and the usual stuff below. If you’re looking for the recorded version, get on over to WEAKNESS on my Bandcamp.

(side note: nobody else gets to play it until Nick does. sorry. it’s for him.)

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dreamer//precipice is a love song, a reckoning, a looking back at the beginning of something special. I’ve been fortunate to work with Nick St. Croix, my partner and collaborator, to create a soundscape representative both of where I am as a composer and where we are (I think) as humans.

If I’m being honest, though, this piece was his birthday present. He might not get to perform it live for awhile (thanks, COVID), but it was important to me that I find a way to realize the sounds and the thoughts while they made sense. So, in many ways, this was the driving force behind WEAKNESS. I’m so glad it worked out this way.

Written for (and sorta commissioned by) Nick St. Croix.

Run time: approx. 4’30”. Range: E1-G#4. (Don’t look at me that way. He can do it. He sounds great. So can you. And there’s only one E1, I promise.)


  • Recorded on my album WEAKNESS


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