2022

The Speculative Organ

an album of organ music

double album

A Thousand Organs

speculative documentary on organs

feature length

2021

new work

for bass and organ

in collaboration with Will Yager

Charon guiding the weary ‘cross the Long River (or, how to care for a dying instrument)

sound, installation, performance by Weston Olencki / film and documentation by Jack Langdon

duration: 15 min.

filmed/recorded at Freedlyville Quarry in East Dorset, VT

slow returns (three lives in sound)

for Sound American

Issue No. 27

the eternal feeling

for flute, clarinet, percussion, violin, cello, piano, mono fixed media

duration: 22 min.

performed by Composers Conference Ensemble, conducted by Nicholas Demaison

The Departure of Time

for solo piano

duration: 45 min.

performed by Jack Yarbrough

(LINK)

it's all real

for two piano, two percussion

duration: 8 min.

performed by Yarn/Wire: Russell Greenberg, Laura Barger, Sae Hashimoto, Julia Den Boer

(LINK)

The Speculative Organ

an essay

length: 70 pages

thesis for the master of arts in digital musics from Dartmouth College

advised by Ash Fure, Cesar Alvarez, and Taylor Ho Bynum

hallucination of fleeting structures

film in three parts

duration: 48 min.

HD video, sound

featuring Weston Olencki, Henry Danaher, Taylor Ho Bynum

aided by Iyabo Kwayana, Ash Fure, Cesar Alvarez

(LINK)

one flowing spark

EP, self released

modular synthesizer, field recordings

recorded in East Thetford, VT

(LINK)

2020

guitar book 2: unreachable windows

for tabletop guitar, fixed media, and film

duration: 21 min.

performed by Jack Langdon

(LINK)

a room with no door

collaborative film

duration: 26 min.

performed by Virginia Tech New Music Ensemble

(LINK)

I-90

for viola and stereo fixed media

duration: 10 min.

performed by Sebastian Stefanovic

(LINK)

something is happening

for flute, piano, electric guitar, and cello

duration: 10 min.

performed by Ensemble Dal Niente

(LINK)

dissolved through the fields

for tenor saxophone, cello, and accordion

duration: 7 min.

performed by Trio SÆITENWIND

(LINK)

endless light

for kinetic sound objects, fixed media, and live electronics

duration: 21 min.

performed by Jack Langdon, advised by Jules Gimbrone

(LINK)

clavier-übung 1: prelude and fugue

for solo piano and fixed media

duration: 21 min.

performed by Jonathan Hannau

2019

Orgelbüchlein

for organ and stereo fixed media

duration: 26 min.

performed by Graeme Shields

(LINK)

here (5): a hyperdocumentation

for solo flute and fixed media

duration: 9 min.

performed and created collaboratively with Sara Constant

(LINK)

here (7): land images, one

for ensemble and field recordings

duration: var.

performed and assembled by Southland Ensemble

The Problem of The Surface

for double bass, piano, and stereo fixed media

duration: 13 min.

performed by Micah Stoddard and Jack Langdon

(LINK)

here (4): a poetics of art labor

improvised multimedia opera at MISE-EN_PLACE Bushwick

duration: 96 min.

performed and created by Jack Langdon, Cosi Pori, Gabriel Coleman, and Yoshi Weinberg

(LINK)

2018

here (3): sound images of the worker, part one

for electric guitar, electric bass, organ, and fixed media

duration: 12 min.

performed by Jack Langdon, Adam Lee Sanders, and Graeme Shields

(LINK)

reorientation: 1

EP, self released

classical guitar and objects

performed by Jack Langdon

(LINK)

what do i do now (self-portrait)

for two amplified vocalists, ensemble, and fixed audio/video

duration: 17 min.

performed by RenegadeEnsemble

(LINK)

yeah uh hmm

for 8 performers

duration: 9 min.

performed by St. Olaf Percussion Ensemble

(LINK)

2017

division

for two trumpets, amplified objects, and celeste

duration: 9 min.

performed by Steven Garcia, Tristan Frank, Jamie Koffler, and Jack Langdon

(LINK)

the end of saro

a chamber opera

duration: 48 min.

libretto by Vashti Kalvi Daniel, choreography by Harper Foote

(LINK)

cataract

for large wind ensemble

duration: 11 min.

performed by The St. Olaf Band, directed by Timothy Mahr

(LINK)

2016

1.a

for cello, trombone, and live electronics

duration: 12 min.

performed by Willem Mudde, Adam Lee Sanders, and Jack Langdon

(LINK)

The Serenity Prayer

for choir

duration: 3 min.

performed by KC VITAs Chamber Choir

(LINK)

interiority

for string quartet

duration: 5 min.

performed by Mivos Quartet

(LINK)

infinities

for flute and piano

duration: 13 min.

performed by Yoshi Weinberg and Michael Betz

(LINK)

forest/cathedral

for organ and electronics

duration: 16 min.

performed by Jack Langdon

(LINK)

2015

light within

for organ

duration: 6 min.

performed by James Bobb

(LINK)

2014

eau claire

for piano trio

duration: 4 min.

performed by Claire Belisle, Sam Vigeurie, and Guanlu Guan

(LINK)