"Et tu, Pu?" for SATB Chorus and saxophone quartet with text from Winnie the Pooh in Latin.
"Requiem for Edith" three songs for soprano, oboe and piano; text by Charles Coe
"Stimmen des letzten Siegels" for SATB chorus, 4 celli, organ, percussion, harp "robe de soir", text by Picasso; for SATB chorus and chamber ensemble "APPARITION" for four string bassi ensembles: premiere set for August 2004, Sherbourne Abbey, UK, with a total of 80 basses "The Stones of Machu Picchu" text by James Skofield; for three SATB choruses and three chambe ensembles "Rain Forest" for piano (eight hands) "Pegasus-In Trances" for flute, viola and harp "Knie Variations" text by Morgenstern; for chorus and cell phones "Three Celtic Settings" for SATB chorus === Two new short operas for SATB soloists/chorus and variable chamber ensembles: "Your Pig is Dead" text by Gertrude Stein "Whether Standing or Sitting" text by Gertrude Stein === "Cortege" for a brass ensemble of ten players; world premiere, Munich, Spring 2004
"....da entstunde ein Engel..." for chorus, brass ensemble (10 players) and organ; text by Meister Eckhart Premiere via Ensemble Chrismos at the Dom Cathedral, Ingolstadt, Germany, March 2007
"By Any Other Name: a marimba quartet" written for Dan Moore and the Iowa Percussion, University of Iowa.
Moran's opera "NIGHT PASSAGE" had a new set of performances via the famous Turtle Creek Chorale, Dallas, in March 2008
"Music from the Towers of the Moon" in a new string orchestra version was premiered in April 2008, State University of New York, Fredonia, conducted by Maestro David Rudge
The world premiere of Moran's "STIRLING: IT'S RAINING CATS AND DOGS' was given its world premiere in April 2008 at the University of Iowa, conducted by Dan Moore. The score calls for gigantic percussion forces including 8 marimbas, 4 vibraphones, etc.. This live recording is included on Moran's new INNOVA CD; http://innova.mu/artist1.asp?skuID=341
INTROSPECTION, the new dance work of choreographer Fernando Hernando Magadan, was premiered in Jan. 2008 via Netherlands Dance Theater; Moran's SEVEN SOUNDS UNSEEN choral work was the musical inspiration for this new work.
"By Any Other Name: a marimba quartet" premieres on November 2, 2008 via the incredible IOWA PERCUSSION, conducted by Dan Moore!
And if you want to hear Philip Blackburn's conversation with Moran about "those so infrequent apperances of the Glass/Moran opera THE JUNIPER TREE, here's the connection: