|Title||Length||Copyright||..is in the classical tradition. This music is for people that love the piano. It was composed to "make the piano sound beautiful, powerful and sensitive" . Opus One was recorded in 1979 at Wilshire United Methodist Church, Los Angeles, California, with the assistance of recording engineer Les Remsen.|
|Romance and Waltz in C# minor||5:17||© 1979|
|Prelude and Rhapsody in B-flat minor||10:20||© 1979|
|Autumn in Aspen||6:20||© 1979|
|Mom's Love||5:25||© 1979|
|Piano Sonata & Waltz in C minor (Opus1, No.1)||25:30||© 1979|
Music From the Heart
|Judy||7:19||© 1979||...is best described as songs for the piano. The songs are defined as Tone Poems for the piano, where the shift to melodic emphasis more readily focuses on bringing out feelings and emotions. Music From the Heart was recorded in 1979 at Wilshire United Methodist Church, Los Angeles, California, with the assistance of recording engineer Les Remsen.|
|1885 Golden Gate Special||7:02||© 1979|
|Tar Baby||6:17||© 1979|
This album was selected for the Library of Congress for its Collection*. Reflections was recorded in 1984 at Wahlberg Studios, San Francisco, California. Recording Engineer: Richard Wahlberg.
|Piano Sonata in A major, No. 2, 1st movement||12:26||© 1985|
|Piano Sonata in A major, No. 2, 2nd movement||5:25||© 1985|
|Piano Sonata in A major, No. 2, 3rd movement||10:12||© 1985|
|Kathleen's Waltz||5:10||© 1985|
Private recordings include several videos featuring "Kelly's Song", "Train Whistle Blues" and pieces already noted above. He also collaborated, out of his "normal" genre of solo piano, on a private recording with singer/songwriter Bert Fonte in 1984.