Future plans are to offer online scores on this page, self-published by David Williams under the DBW Press.  Listed here are compositions and arrangements by Davd Brian Williams  from the late 1960s until present with several rewarding performances.  Several compositions below have recordings available publicly on SoundCloud.

  • Grassroots 2008/2012.  A performance piece co-composed with Tayloe Harding based on imagery and music from the 2008 Presidential Campaign with music influenced by real-time opinion polling of the audience using Turning Technology response clickers.  Revised for the 2012 Presidential Campaign.  Performed at Brookwood High School (Snellville GA), The College Music Society Conference (Atlanta), the University of Alabama Birmingham (October and November 2008), Huntsville Alabama New Music Festival (February 2011), The College Music Society Conference (Richmond, October 2011, Illinois Wesleyan University (Bloomington, 2011).  More detail on the Grassroots 2008/2012 webpage.
  • Likeweake (1970). A one-act opera based on Guamanian (Chamarro) folklore. Commissioned by the National Endowment for the Arts and the Insular Arts Councils of Guam. Based on play by Linda Cruz. Six performances given May, 1970, at the University of Guam.
  • Sangamon River Waltzes (2011) for wind band.  Edited and arranged score from an undated manuscript by Henry W. Cary. Performances with the Bloomington-Normal Community Band and with the Prairie Winds.
  • Reflections on Two Snowy Carols for Flute Choir (2010) and Clarinet Choir (2012)
  • Variations on "Oh Christmas Tree" for Clarinet or Flute Choir.  Performed at the Festival of Trees, Bloomington, IL (2006).  Revised version for clarinet choir performed on the Bloomington-Normal Community Band Holiday Concer (December 2011).
  • Trio for Winds on a Hymn Tune (1991) performed at St. Timothy's Episcopal Church in Hendersonville, NC, June 1991
  • Fanciful Fractured Fugue (2011), based on earlier work, Fugue on a Tone (1971). Selected and performed for the Huntsville New Music Festival, 2011
  • Extroception (1970) for string and wind sextet
  • Chamber Sonata (1969 rev 2013) for woodwind quintet performed by local wind quintet, Agana, Guam
  • Dialogues for Winds (2013) based on earlier work, Two Movements for Band (1965) performed by the Guam Wind Ensemble, 1968
  • A Theme and Variations for Clarinet and Piano (1965). Selected for the Louisiana MTNA Conference, 1966.
  • The Lord’s Prayer for SATB choir and winds written  and performed for the University of Guam Concert Choir.
  • Make Haste O God (Psalm 70) for SATB and TTBB choir; performed by the Unversity of Guam Madrigal Choir (SATB) and the Illinois State University Men's Glee Choir (TTBB) in two performances, Spring 2010.
  • An Offering for Choir and Brass (SATB Choir) Commissioned for the 1967 Easter Sunrise Service of the combined choirs  of the U.S. Naval Forces, Marianas and Anderson Air Force Base, and the COMNAVMAR Navy Band at the Nimitz Hill Ampitheater, Guam.
  • Tororo Meresa for SATB Choir based on a Guamanian/Chamarro children's folk tune. 
  • Kum Bah Yah! for SATB Choir arranged for the Naval Air Station Choir, Agana, Guam
  • "My First Words" for voice and keyboard (2022) with lyrics by Lin Oliver from "Poems for Tiny Ears." 
  • Two Songs for solo voice and piano on poems by Edward J. Humphreys:  White Shadows and Nonsensities.  Written and performed while Ed and I were on the faculty of the University of Guam in the late 1960s. Performed most recently by Michelle Voight, soprano, in recital at Illinois State University, Spring 2011, and at the Red Note New Music Festival, Normal IL, 2011.
  • Statement for Organ performed at the Unitarian Church, Bloomington, IL, May 1991, by Marilyn Braught.

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