Orchestral & Large Ensemble Works

Fanfare II
duration = ca. 3’
4 hn, 4 B-flat tpt., 4 D tpt., 4 tbn., 2 Euph. 2 tubas, 1 timpanist. Performers are arranged into 2 antiphonal groups.
Salute
duration = ca. 1’
picc., 2 fl., 2 ob., 1 E-flat cl., 6 B-flat cl., 4 sax: (S. A. T. Bari.), 2 bn., 4 hn., 3 tbn., 1 bass tbn., 2 Euph., 2 tuba, 4 perc. + timp., 1 electric guitar
Tango at the Edge of Time for shakuhachi & koto soloists with symphony orchestra
duration = ca. 7’
shakuhachi, 13-string koto & medium orchestra (2 fl., 2 ob. 2 cl. 2 bn. 4 hn., 2 tpt., 2 tbn., tuba, timpani, Strings 8 6 4 3 3) (*soloists w/amplification)
Concertino no 3 for Koto and Orchestra
duration = ca. 10’ 30”
13-string koto (w/amplification), medium orchestra (2 fl., 2 ob. 2 cl. 2 bn. 4 hn., 2 tpt., 2 tbn., tuba, 1 perc. + timpani, Strings 8 6 4 3 3)
Andante for koto and orchestra
composed 2010
Autumn Vistas for piano and orchestra
duration = ca. 11’
piano, small string orchestra (4 3 3 2 1, harp, 1 percussionist)
Concertino No.2 for Koto & Orchestra “Sunlight Dancing upon Mountain Snow”
duration = ca. 11’ 30”]
13-string koto (w/amplification), medium orchestra (2 fl., 2 ob. 2 cl. 2 bn. 4 hn., 2 tpt., 1 perc. + timpani, Strings 8 6 4 3 3)
Concertino No.1 for Koto and Orchestra
duration = ca. 10’ 30”
13-string koto (w/amplification), medium orchestra (2 fl., 2 ob. 2 cl. 2 bn. 4 hn., 2 tpt., 2 tbn., tuba, 1 perc. + timpani, Strings 8 6 4 3 3)
Red Dragonfly Variations
duration = 3’ 30”
medium orchestra (picc., fl., 2 ob. 2 cl. 2 bn. 4 hn., 2 tpt., 3 tbn., 2-3 perc. + timpani, Strings 8 6 4 3 3)
Concertino for trumpet, strings and timpani
duration = ca. 12’ 30”
E-flat trumpet, timpani & string orchestra (10 8 6 6 4)
Festive Overture
duration = ca. 8’]
medium orchestra (picc., 2 fl., 2 ob. 2 cl. 2 bn. 4 hn., 3 tpt., 3 tbn., tuba, 1 perc. + timpani, Strings 10 8 6 6 4)
Symphonic Journey (Symphony no. 1)
duration = ca. 30’
large orchestra (3 fl., 2 ob., 1 Eng. h., 2 cl., 1 bass cl., 2 bn., 1 contra bn., 4 hn., 3 trpt., 2 tbn., 1 tb., 2 perc., celesta, harp, piano, strings 12 10 8 8 6)
Wind Variations
duration = ca. 10’]
symphonic band in 3 antiphonal groups (2 piccolos, 4 flutes, 6 clarinets, 2 bass clarinets, 2 bassoons, 2 baritone horns, tuba, percussion; 4 alto saxophones, 2 tenor saxophones, 2 baritone saxophones, 4 French horns; 3 trumpets, 3 trombones)

Orchestral Arrangements

American Emblems Sing Along
Hanukkah Celebration
A fantasia of traditional music

Music for Solo Voice

Voices that Haunt the Rain
duration = ca. 45’
WORK-IN PROGRESS(song cycle, text are a collage of 19th and early 20th century writings, poetry and words relating to freedom, liberty and equality in north America: Samuel Alfred Beadle, Ruben Dario, Fredrick Douglas, Emma Lazarus, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, Harriet Tubman, Walt Whitman, Yung Wing) mezzo soprano, piano, double bass, percussion) Song cycle written for Gwyn Beaver, mezzo-soprano.
Four Songs of Departure
duration = ca. 10’
1978 for soprano voice and flute; text by Li Bai [translated by Ezra Pound]
Prelude and Fugue
duration = ca. 5’
Vocalise for soprano voice, clarinet and lute (or guitar) 1974. Premiere 1974: Fine Arts Center, University of Massachusetts, Amherst with Michele Eaton, soprano; Martin M. Schreiner, clarinet; Peter Arnow, lute.
A Head with My Eyes
duration = ca. 5'
soprano voice, clarinet and piano (text by David Rene Dupont)

Choral Music

The Voice of the Rain
duration = ca. 3’ 45”
SATB & classical guitar Text by Walt Whitman.
Psalm 84
duration = ca. 7’ 30”
soprano soloist, horn, piano and SATB chorus (text in English from Hebrew by Rabbi Boaz Heilman)
Psalm 150
duration = ca. 5’ 45”
organ and SATB Chorus

Chamber Music

Emergence
duration = ca. 5’ 15”
viola, bass clarinet
Firewalk
duration = ca. 8’ 15”
clarinet, 3 kotos and bass koto (2015)
Synchronicity in Dakota
duration = ca. 9’
shakuhachi and classical guitar duo. Written for shakuhachi master Elizabeth Reian Bennett and guitarist Aaron Larget-Caplan.
Bamboo and Silk Tango, Again: new partner
duration = ca. 7’ 15”
13-string koto and violoncello. Written for the Duo Yumeno and premiered by them on Feb. 1 2014 at Distler Hall, Tufts University.
Ballade for violin and piano
duration = ca. 5’
composed 2012 for the Sotto Amore Duo
Suite for string quartet (Seasons)
duration = ca. 10'
Klezmer Rhapsody
duration = ca. 5’
clarinet, alto saxophone, violoncello and piano
Anatomy & Variations of the Sirens' Song Play
duration = ca. 15’
woodwind trio: oboe, clarinet, bassoon
A Geometry in Time (version II)
duration = ca. 6’]
violin, violoncello and piano
Sextet: (A Place Where Mountains Meet the Sky)
duration = ca. 8’]
flute, clarinet, violin, viola, cello, piano
Dialogue for clarinet and violoncello
duration = 3’ 30”
A Musical Bouquet
duration = ca. 8’
Quartet for flute, clarinet, bassoon and piano
Jacob Wrestles Beings Divine and Human
duration = ca. 8'
duo for viola and violoncello
Three for Seven
duration = ca. 11’]
wind septet: oboe, clarinet, bass clarinet, bassoon, French horn, trumpet, bass trombone
Collage
duration = ca. 5’
woodwind quintet: flute, oboe, clarinet, horn, bassoon

Solo Keyboard Works - piano

Opera Scenes without a Libretto
duration = ca. 14’ 30”
Written for pianist Aleksandra Ivanova (2017)
Four Preludes
duration = ca. 7’ 30”
Variations on a Japanese Folksong
duration = ca. 5’]
Folksong is "Red Dragonfly" - commissioned by pianist Miyuki Otani.
Three Japanese Images
duration = ca. 13’]
Nocturne (1988) Play
duration = ca. 6’ 30”
Sonata no 2 Play
duration = ca. 11’ 30”
Moments Play
duration = ca. 7’ 30”
for Arthur Berger
Sonata no, 1
duration = ca. 15’ 30”]

Solo Keyboard Works - organ

Fantasia and Choral
duration = 5’ 30”
written in memory of my father, Martin Sr., the cantus firmus for this composition is the Lutheran hymn tune "Was mein Gott will, das g'scheh allzeit" as used by J. S. Bach in his St. Matthew Passion. The tune itself was composed by Claudin de Sermisy [circa 1495-1562] for his chanson Il me suffit de tous mes maulx
Prelude for organ
duration = ca. 4’

Music for Japanese Instruments

Birds of Paradise
duration = ca. 16”
A solo for shakuhachi written for and premiered by shakuhachi master Elizabeth Reian Bennett at Tufts University, November 3rd 2014
Bamboo and Silk Tango Play
duration = ca. 7’
shakuhachi, 13-string koto
Water Music Play
duration = ca. 13’ 30”]
shakuhachi, 13-string koto
Su Song's Astronomical Clock Play
duration = ca. 7’ 15”
shakuhachi, 13-string koto
Ballade for 13-string koto Play
duration = ca. 5’ 45”]
Premiered by Yuki Yasuda at “Soundings on Ancient Strings” concert in Pierce Hall, New England Conservatory of Music on October 27, 2011
Blossoms Descending
duration = ca. 7’ 30”
shakuhachi, 13-string koto
A Geometry in Time (version I)
uration = ca. 6’
shakuhachi, 13-string koto, 17-string bass koto [written fpr composer Pozzi (olga) Escot]
Four Etudes and Fantasia
composer
Commentary on the Nature of Butterflies
duration = ca 8'
shakuhachi, 21-string koto
A Chorus Upon the Blue Guitar
duration = ca. 6’
shakuhachi, 13-string koto
Sunlight Among the Pines
duration = ca. 10’
shakuhachi, 13-string koto
Landscapes
duration = ca. 9’]
shakuhachi, 13-string koto
Facing West from California’s Shores
alto voice, shakuhachi and koto (text by Walt Whitman)
Nokomis Falling from the Moon into Lake Gitchigumi
duration = ca. 12’ 15”
shakuhachi, 13-string koto
Three Meditations
duration = ca. 7’ 30”
shakuhachi, 13-string koto

Music for Solo Instruments

Soliloquy
duration = ca. 5'
written for cellist Nerys Clark
Hops, Skips and a Jump
duration = 30"
Written for clavichord (2017) for the Daniel Blitz Clavichord Project
Two Japanese Idylls (for guitar)
duration = ca. 8’ 30”]
written for guitarist Aaron Larget-Caplan and recorded on his album The Legend of Harogomo, Stone Records, Ltd. 2015
A Day in the Life of a Chough
duration = ca. 8’
Celtic harp. Written for harpist Helen Lawlor, Dundalk Institute of Technology, Ireland
Variations for clarinet
duration = ca. 9’ 30”
A Lullaby in Restless Times
duration = ca. 4’ 45”
classical guitar. Commissioned by guitarist Aaron Larget-Caplan and premiered by him at his New Lullaby Project Premiere Concert at the New School of Music, Cambridge MA on December 10, 2011
An Aeolian Harp in the Garden …
duration = ca. 8’
concert harp
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Schreiner: Nocturne (1988)
Schreiner: Moments
Schreiner: Sonata no 2
Schreiner: Bamboo and Silk Tango
Schreiner: Water Music
Schreiner: Su Song's Astronomical Clock
Schreiner: Ballade for 13-string koto
Schreiner: Anatomy & Variations of the Sirens' Song
Schreiner: Symphony no 1
Schreiner: Bamboo and Silk Tango, Again: new partner
Schreiner: Water Music
Schreiner: Two Japanese Idylls
Schreiner: Three Japanese Images
Schreiner: Ballade: the Fox and the Grapes
Schreiner: Opera Scenes without a Libretto


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