January 21, 2018


List of Piano Works by composer Henry Mollicone

Works available through ECS Publishing and Henry Mollicone Publishing (HMP)

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Solo Pieces

Ballade 7’00” (1965)
for piano solo
Notes: This work dates back from my student days, and is in an impressionistic style.
(Recording not available)
Score in Preparation

Five Bagatelles (2013)
for piano solo

Misteria 37’13” (2007)
for solo piano
Notes: MISTERIA was inspired by the traditional Catholic Rosary, its movements corresponding to the fifteen mysteries, which are in three sections; the tradition is to meditate upon these mysteries while saying the words of the prayers, which act as a kind of mantra. The music attempts to depict the spirit of the mysteries, and is not intended to in any way duplicate or replace the process of meditation in praying the Rosary, which according to tradition, is the prayer most favored by the Blessed Mother.
(Recording not available)
Score in Preparation

La Cenerentola (2013)
piano fantasy based upon themes of Rossini, for solo piano

I Never Saw a Moor 5’00”(1993)
piano fantasy based on the poem by Emily Dickinson, for solo piano
Notes: A transcription of an original song, part of Seven Songs (1999)
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Three Preludes 3’55”(1972)
for unaccompanied organ
Notes: This work won a prize in the American Guild of Organists competition.
(no recording presently available)
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Piano and Orchestra

Fantasy, For Piano and Small Orchestra 10’00”(1967)
For piano solo with 2 fl, 2 ob, 2 cl, 2 bsn, perc (1 player), and strings
Notes: A work in the form of theme and variations
(Recording: Santa Clara University Orchestra; Hans Boepple, Piano; Henry Mollicone, Conductor)

Available for rental from ECS publishing