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CAROLINE J. MALLONEE 138 Admiral Road Buffalo, NY 14216 carolinemallonee@gmail.com

(919) 491-5489 www.carolinemallonee.com

LIST OF WORKS WORKS FOR THE STAGE: Jane Austen’s Persuasion: an opera in two acts (in progress). Libretto adapted by the composer from Jane Austen. Scenes 1-3 performed in concert version by American Opera Projects, 2007. The Gift of the Magi: an opera in one act for four soloists, chamber orchestra and chorus. (40’) Libretto adapted by the composer from O. Henry. Performed in concert version with piano, Duke Univ., 2006. Nora the Nonapus, a children’s opera. (35’) Libretto adapted by the composer. Commissioned by Long Leaf Opera for Estes Hills Elementary School, Chapel Hill, NC. Performed on the Long Leaf Opera Festival, 2007. WORKS FOR ORCHESTRA: We Summoned Dragonflies for chamber orchestra (9’) (2008). Honorable Mention, American Composers Orchestra Reading Competition. Twelve Opposites for SA choir with orchestra (2009). Words by Richard Wilbur. (See works for choir, below.) 8642 for flutes, marimba and string orchestra. (4’) (2009) Commissioned by The Rivers School Conservatory, Weston, MA, 2009. Spies for four voices and large ensemble (4’) Words by the composer. Written for Orchestra ‘de Ereprijs’ for the Young Composers Meeting in Apeldoorn, the Netherlands, 2005. To Paint The Stars: Five Nocturnes for Soprano and Orchestra. (18’) Words by Amy Lowell, Dorothy Parker, Anne Sexton, Alicia Rabins, and Emily Dickinson. Performed by New Music New Haven, with Jana Baty, soprano, 2000. In Late November performed in chamber version by the Harvard Group for New Music, 1997. Luck Numbs for large orchestra. (7’) Read by the Yale Philharmonia, 2000. Aria for orchestra. (6’) Commissioned and performed by the Greater Baltimore Youth Orchestra, 1993. The Carolers At My Door for SATB choir with orchestra (1990). (see works for choir) Performed by the Baltimore Choral Arts Society, 1990, 2011. By the Virginia Pops Symphony, 1991. WORKS FOR CHAMBER ENSEMBLE: Tomorrow Sharpened for percussion and piano (2011). Commissioned by the Fromm Foundation for Haruka Fujii. Performed at Tokyo Opera City, Tokyo, Japan, 2011. Performed at St. Peter’s Church, New York, NY, 2011. Unless Acted Upon: Manifestations of Newton’s First Law for flute, clarinet, piano, violin and cello (2011). Commissioned for the Firebird Ensemble by The Walden School. Performed at the Walden School, 2011. Performed by the Da Capo Chamber Players at Weill Recital Hall, Carnegie Hall, New York, 2012. Reaction for bass clarinet, tenor saxophone, violin, viola, cello, double bass, piano and percussion (2010). Commissioned by Present Music. Performed at Turner Ballroom, Milwaukee, 2010. Shadow Rings for clarinet, violin, cello and piano (2010). Commissioned by Antares. Performed at Duke University, 2010. Performed at the Des Moines Art Center, 2010. Co-winner of Wild Rumpus Call for Scores, 2011. Performed by Wild Rumpus, San Francisco, CA, 2011. Performed by the Buffalo Chamber Players, Buffalo, NY, 2012.


Alaskan King for two cellos (2012). Written for Natasha and Evelyn Farny; performed at SUNY Fredonia, 2012. Performed at Bargemusic, Brooklyn, NY, 2012. Twelve Opposites for mezzo soprano, violin, viola and bass clarinet (2009). Commissioned by Monadnock Music. Words by Richard Wilbur. Performed at Peterborough Town Hall, 2009. For Paul Signac for large ensemble and electronics with video (2009). Commissioned for Wet Ink by The Walden School. Performed by Wet Ink at The Walden School, 2009. North South East West for percussion quartet (2009). Commissioned by Ethos Percussion Group and the Jerome Foundation. Performed by Ethos Percussion Group at Players Theater, New York, 2010. Performed at Nief-Norf Percussion Festival, 2011. Performed by the UB Percussion Ensemble, 2011. Maryland Blue: A Crab Canon for alto flute, violin and CD (6’). Written for Erica Ball and Kylie Collins. Performed at Bard College; at Roulette, New York, NY, 2009. Pan for amplified xiao, flute, oboe, clarinet and electronics. (10’) Commissioned by Melody of China and the Walden School, 2008. Performed at The Walden School, 2008. Oscuro for oboe, bassoon, electric guitar, electric bass and percussion. (7’) Written for pulsoptional. Performed at the Philippine Consulate, 2008. Performed at Adelphi University, 2008. Performed at the Duke Coffeehouse, 2008. Hey Yeah Nanny Nanny for baritone, saxophone, two electric guitars, bass, piano and percussion. Commissioned by Capital M. (6’) Performed at Tonic, New York City, 2007. Trio for three violins. (6’) from String Tunes. Performed at the Atlantic Center for the Arts, New Smyrna Beach, FL, 2007. Performed at the Cornelia Street Café, 2008. Simon I for string quartet. (9’) Commissioned by The Del Sol Quartet and the Walden School. Performed at the Walden School, 2006. Mirage for oud and string quartet. (9’) Commissioned by The Duke University Human Rights Initiative. Performed by Rahim AlHaj and the Ciompi Quartet, 2006. Hammering Away (at the great unknown) for saxophone quartet. (7.5’) Commissioned by The PRISM Quartet and Walden School. Performed by The PRISM Quartet at the Walden School, 2005. Performed by The PRISM Quartet at Symphony Space, New York City, 2006. Performed by The PRISM Quartet n Philadelphia, PA, 2006. Performed by the Ancia Quartet at the Chazen Museum of Art, Madison, WI, 2012. Performed by the Ancia Quartet at the University of Wisconsin, Stevens Point, 2012. Performed by the Ancia Quartet at the University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, 2012. In Je Oren for oboe and piano with recorded voices. (6’) Written for Duo Hibiki. Performed at Ijsbreker, Muziekgebouw, Amsterdam, 2005. Performed in Utrecht, 2005. Big Fridge, Little Fridge for violin, bassoon, guitar and percussion. (10-12’) Commissioned by Clogs and the Walden School. Performed by Clogs at the Walden School, 2003. Performed by pulsoptional at the Durham Downtown Music Festival, 2003; at the Chapel Hill ArtWalk, 2003. Throwing Mountains for bass clarinet, ’cello, double bass, and piano. (8’) Winner of ASCAP/Morton Gould Young Composers Award, 2003. Read by the Bang on a Can All-Stars at Duke University, 2003. Co-winner of counter)induction’s Composer’s Competition, 2006. Performed by counter)induction at Tenri Cultural Center, New York, NY, 2006, 2008. Performed by Da Capo Chamber Players at Symphony Space, 2007. Performed at the Cornelia Street Café, 2008. Performed by the Washington Square Chamber Players at Merkin Hall, New York, NY 2009. Performed by Present Music, Milwaukee, WI, 2012.


’Stain for bass clarinet, two electric guitars, piano and marimba. (7.5’) Performed by pulsoptional at Duke University, 2002; in Chapel Hill, NC, 2003. Recorded by pulsoptional on their debut CD pulsoptional, 2007. Performed by Flexible Music at Bowdoin College, 2008; at the Chelsea Art Museum, 2008. Performed by Flexible Music at the Cornelia Street Café, 2008. Quartet of Songs for soprano and string quartet. (12’) Words by Carl Sandburg. Performed at Duke University by the Ciompi String Quartet with Terry Rhodes, 2001. Performed at Duke University by the Ciompi String Quartet with Penelope Jensen, 2002. Under the Simmer Tree for flute, violin, ’cello, harp and percussion. (7’) Performed at the Bowdoin Summer Music Festival, Brunswick, ME, 2001. Valley Songs for three sopranos, two percussionists and harp. (15’) Words by Carl Sandburg. Performed at Duke University, 2000. Asp-Alternate-Argyle for flute, clarinet, violin, ’cello, piano and percussion. (10’) Commissioned by Non Sequitur and the Walden School. Performed at the Walden School, 2000. Performed by the New York New Music Ensemble at Merkin Hall, 2010. Even the Moon for soprano and percussion. (10’) Words by Carl Sandburg. Commissioned by Pamela Jordan and the Contemporary Music Forum of Washington, DC, Performed at the Corcoran Gallery in Washington, DC, 2000. Performed by Long Leaf Opera, 2007. With Fire for string quartet. (8’) Performed by New Music New Haven, 1999. Just Put Your Lips Together and Blow: Musings on the Song of the Wood-Thrush for six whistlers or six similar wind instruments. (4’) Performed by New Music New Haven (whistlers and trumpets), 1999. Quartet for flute, violin, viola and ’cello. (4’) Performed by the Harvard Group for New Music, 1995. Performed by members of The Women Composers Orchestra, 1996. Excursions for flute, clarinet, two violins, viola, ’cello, and double bass. (5’) Commissioned and premiered by The Women Composers Orchestra, 1995. Performed by The Harvard Group for New Music, 1996. Dances for string quartet. (5’) Read by The Mendelssohn String Quartet, 1995. Quintet for oboe, bassoon, violin, viola, and ’cello. (4’) Performed by The Harvard Group for New Music, 1994. Largo for string quartet. (4’) National Winner of the National Federation of Music Composers Contest, 1993. Performed by the Alexander String Quartet, 1992; by The Mendelssohn String Quartet, 1995. WORKS FOR CHOIR: O Light (SATB and piano) (12’) Words by Emily Dickinson and John Greenleaf Whittier. Commissioned and premiered by Friends School of Baltimore, 2010. Movement III, O Lux, performed by Vocalis Chamber Choir, Buffalo, NY, 2012. So You Say (SATB) (5’) Words by Mark Strand. Performed by Vocalis Chamber Choir, Buffalo, NY, 2012. Da Pacem Domine (SATB) (4’) Traditional Latin text. Performed by Florilegium Chamber Choir, New York, NY, 2012. Shine On, O Moon of Summer (SSA and piano) (4’) Words by Carl Sandburg. Finalist, Children’s Aid Society Chorus Search for New Music Competition, 2010. Twelve Opposites for (SA choir with violin, viola and bass clarinet; also arranged for orchestra) (2009). Commissioned by Monadnock Music. Words by Richard Wilbur. Performed by PALS Children’s Chorus at Jordan Hall, Boston, 2010. What You Are (SSAA with string sextet) (15’) Words by Mark Strand. Commissioned and premiered by the Women’s Voices Chorus of North Carolina, 2009. Gather the Stars (SATB) (2’) Words by Carl Sandburg. To be published by Boosey & Hawkes, 2012. Performed by the Duke University Chorale, 2002, 2003. Wind Songs (SATB) (7’) Words by the composer. (2005) Published by Boosey & Hawkes, 2008.


Winner of Yale Glee Club Emerging Composers Competition, 2006. Performed by the Yale Glee Club in New Haven, 2006; in Cambridge, MA, 2006. Performed by the Yale Glee Club in Avery Fisher Hall, New York, NY, 2007. Dona Nobis Pacem (SATB) (4’) Published by Boosey & Hawkes, 2010. Performed by The Walden School Senior Choir, 2004. Performed by The Yale Camerata, 2007. Performed by The Duke University Chorale, 2007. Performed by The Baltimore Choral Arts Society, 2008. Performed by Florilegium Chamber Choir, 2010. Performed by Vocalis Chamber Choir, Buffalo, NY, 2012. Mary at Peace with the Risen Lord (SATB) (6’) Words by Rainer Maria Rilke. Commissioned by the First United Methodist Church, Stamford, CT. Performed, Easter, 2001. Songs of the Earth and Heavens (SATB) (18’) Words by William Shakespeare. These Things Seem Small, ‘Tis Not Enough, Sometimes We See, read by The Gregg Smith Singers, 1995. ‘Tis Not Enough performed by the Harvard-Radcliffe Collegium Musicum, 1995. Look, Love performed by the Yale Pro Musica, 2000, performed by the Duke University Chorale, 2001. Today (SATB and piano) (3’) Words by Frank O’Hara. Written for the Friends School Chamber Choir. Performed in Baltimore, MD, 2001. Evening Waterfall (SATB) (3’) Words by Carl Sandburg. (2007) Performed by the University of Texas at Austin Collegium Musicum, Austin, TX, 2012. Villanelle for Graduation (SATB) (4’) Words by the composer. (2006) The Dark Sky (SATB) (2.5’) Words by the composer. (2006) Paint Chips (SA Choir with piano and video) (2’). Words by the composer. (2006) The Poem of the Air (SATB) (3’) Words by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. (2006) Peace, Night, Sleep (SSATTB). (6’) Words by Carl Sandburg. Performed at Duke University, 2002. Java, Java (SSAATTBB). (4’) Words by the composer. Performed at Duke University by members of the Duke Chorale, 2002. Water Music (SSAA, with string quartet and oboe) (7’) Words by Amy Lowell. (2001) Summer Stars (SATB) (4’) Words by Carl Sandburg. (2001) Triptych (SATB) (3’) Words by the composer. Performed by The Walden School Faculty Singers, 2000. Performed by members of the Duke Chorale, 2002. Episodes for a Star-Dripped Night (SSAT). (17’) Words by the composer. Performed by New Music New Haven, 1999. Performed at Cornelia Street Café, 2008. Now Close the Windows (SATB) (3’) Words by Robert Frost. (1999) Performed by The Walden School Senior Choir, 2007. In This Wind (SATB) (4’) Words by the composer. (1996) Three Songs of Eternity (SATB) (6’) Words by Herrick, Gore-Booth, and Tennyson. Performed by The Harvard Radcliffe Contemporary Music Ensemble, May 1995. Mass (SATB) (20’) First Prize, National Guild of Community Schools of the Arts Competition: Herbert Zipper Award, 1991. Kyrie and Agnus Dei, performed at The Walden School, 1991. Gloria performed by the Baltimore Choral Arts Society, 1992. The Carolers At My Door (SATB) (3’) Published by Boosey & Hawkes, 2010. Performed on Garrison Keillor's "Prairie Home Companion" by the Gregg Smith Singers, 1989. Revised for chorus and orchestra, performed by the Baltimore Choral Arts Society, 1990, 2011. (4’) Recorded on the Baltimore Choral Arts Society's 1993 CD Christmas with the Choral Arts. Recorded on The Christmas Companion with Garrison Keillor. Has been performed by The Virginia Pops Symphony with The Virginia Children's Chorus, the Baltimore Choral Arts Society, the Baltimore Chamber Chorale, the Buffalo Philharmonic Chorus, the Da Camera Singers, Concert Choir of the College of Notre Dame, the Telluride Choral Society, Harvard-Epworth United Methodist Church, the Duke Chorale, the Garrison Forest School Faculty Singers. WORKS FOR SOLO VOICE AND ACCOMPANIMENT:


Where the Heart Can Sit for soprano, cello and piano (2012). Words by Elizabeth Spires. Commissioned by the ANA Trio. Performed at SUNY Fredonia and Tufts University, 2012. Only These Carols for tenor and cello (3.5’) (2010) Words by Walt Whitman. Written for the American Opera Project’s Calamus Project. Ulysses for soprano and piano. (3’) (2006) Words by Mary Ruefle. Written for Caroline Worra for the American Opera Project’s Composer and the Voice Series. The Telltale Heart for baritone and piano. (8’) (2007) Words by Edgar Allan Poe. Written for Matthew Curran for the American Opera Project’s Composer and the Voice Series. Songs for St. Cecelia for mezzo-soprano and piano. (5’) (2007) Words by John Dryden. Written for Abigail Fischer for the American Opera Project’s Composer and the Voice Series. Good Night for soprano and piano. (5’) (2007) Words by Carl Sandburg. Written for Amy Van Roekel for the American Opera Project’s Composer and the Voice Series. Snowflakes for baritone and piano. (5’) (2007) Words by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. Written for Matthew Worth for the American Opera Project’s Composer and the Voice Series. This is my song for you for tenor and piano. (5’) (2007) Words by the composer. Written for Robert Mack for the American Opera Project’s Composer and the Voice Series. How I Wanted To for alto and piano. (3’) (2006). Words by the composer. One Friday in April for female voice and one instrument. (3’) (2006) Words by the composer. In My Dream for female voice and one instrument. (3’) (2007) Words by the composer. Two, Diverging for female voice and piano. (3’) (2007) Words by the composer. The One I Could Have Loved for alto and piano. (3’) (2006) Words by the composer. Let Me Sing To You for mezzo-soprano and piano. (3’) (2007) Words by the composer. WORKS FOR SOLO INSTRUMENTS: Pangrams for solo piano. (13’) (2008) Written for Eric Huebner. Performed at Tenri Cultural Center, Cornelia Street Café, 2008. Performed at the Chelsea Museum, 2009. Performed at the Tribeca New Music Festival, 2009. Performed at the Carlsbad Music Festival, 2010. Performed at The Walden School, 2011. Toccatina and Chorale for solo piano (4’) (2009) Written for John McDonald. Performed at Tufts University by John McDonald, 2010. Performed at the Carlsbad Music Festival, by Eric Huebner, 2010. String Tunes (in progress). Selections performed at The Cornelia Street Café, The Cutting Room, The Walden School, Buffalo Seminary, University of Tennessee Viola Conference. Balance for amplified cello with effects (6’) (2007) Ricochet for violin with live processing (3’) (2008) Song for Jim for amplified violin. (5’) (2006) Finger Music I: Crossings for violin or viola. (5’) (2006) Finger Music II: Morning Porch: MacDowell for violin. (3’) (2006) Finger Music III: Chapman for violin (3’) (2007) Prospect for violin or viola (3’) (2008) Lullaby for viola (3’) (2008) Delaware for violin. (3’) (2006) Dublin for violin (3’) (2007) Lehmann for violin (3’) (2007) In The Know for solo piano. (4’) (2006) How Much More for solo piano. (3’) (2006) Resonance for solo piano. (4’) (2006) The Six of Us, Transfixed for prepared piano (7’) (2006) Bicycles for two organs in different tuning systems. (6’) Written for Pieterskerk, Leiden. Performed in Leiden, the Netherlands 2005. Cascade/Pendulum for carillon. (5’) Written for Justin Ryan. Performed in Amersfoort, 2005. Performed at Duke University, 2005. Blur for flute and piano. (5’) Commissioned by the Calliope Duo and The Walden School, 2004.


Performed at the Walden School, 2004. Performed in Boulder, CO, 2004. Poème for solo flute. (7’) Performed by the Harvard-Radcliffe Contemporary Music Ensemble, 1997. Seven Preludes for Piano Students (6’) Performed at The Peabody Preparatory Awards Ceremony, Baltimore, MD 1993. Gestures for marimba and vibraphone. (5’) Read at The Walden School, 1991. Winner of the Friday Morning Music Club Composition Competition, 1991. (4’) WORKS FOR ELECTRONIC MEDIA: Keeping Time in a Bottle for amplified bottles and CD. (8’) Performed at Duke University, 2002. Performed by Present Music, Milwaukee, WI, 2008. Omaggio a Melville for CD (4’) (1999) Performed at the Koninklijk Conservatorium’s Meifestival, the Hague, 2005. Interruption and Transformation for CD (2.5’) (1999) Alert! for CD (1 min.) (1999) WORKS FOR/WITH FILM: For Paul Signac for soprano, flute, tenor saxophone, bass clarinet, electric guitar, piano, percussion and electronics with film (9’). Film and music by the composer. Words by Paul Signac. Commissioned for Wet Ink by The Walden School (2009). The Way Home, experimental animation and soundscape by Sandro Del Rosario and the composer. (35’) Project conducted in Peterborough, NH in celebration of The MacDowell Colony’s Centennial, 2007. Belonging, a documentary film written and directed by Tariq Nasir. (80’) Shown at the Second World Congress for Middle East Film Studies Film Festival, Jordan, 2006. The Helio-Being and Other Stories for amplified ’cello, CD, and video images. (8’) Performed on New Music New Haven by Elise Pittenger, 2000. Performed at Meredith College’s Festival of Women Composers by Sandra Cavalieri, 2002. Performed at the Skylight Exchange, Chapel Hill, NC, by pulsoptional, 2004. Performed at the Koninklijk Conservatorium, the Hague, by Ha-Yang Kim, 2004.

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