(including both original works and arrangements)
Grow Till We Know (1978) Hymn for Unison (optional SATB) and Piano. Commissioned by TAB Magazine (published by the American Baptist Churches, USA) and published in
their January, 1979 issue. Lyrics by Milt Ryder.
I Need the Church (1980) Hymn for Unison, Piano. Lyrics by Milt Ryder.
Round-O! (1984) Canon 4 in 1 for any combination of voices. Text by Robert Ross, for the retirement of Dr. Jesse Zerr. Revised versions 1990 (for the retirement of Dr. B. Stimson Carrow);2001 (for the retirement of Gail B. Poch); 2004 (for the retirement of Cantor Charles Davidson)
Coleman: You There in the Back Row (1986) A or T solo, SATB div, Piano, Bass, Drum Kit
Tracy: Spirit Song (1988) SATxB* a cappella
Brubeck: Blue Rondo a la Christmas (1988) adaptaion of Blue Rondo a la Turk for SATB, combo. Lyrics by Kathy Strauss; additional lyrics by Robert Ross
The Bible Is a Story Book (1989) Hymn for Unison, Keyboard. Written during worship service on an overhead transparency using lyrics written by the Elementary Sunday School Class of Central Baptist Church, Wayne, PA
The Season for a Gift (1989) Hymn for Unison, Keyboard. Lyrics by Stephen D. Jones.
Ellington: Hit Me With a Hot Note (1989) SATxB* a cappella. Lyrics by Don George.
Carmichael: Heart and Soul (and then some. . .) (1989) SATxB* a cappella. Lyrics by Frank Loesser.
Akst: Am I Blue? (1989) SATB a cappella. Lyrics by Grant Clarke. Arr. with Joel Hess; Joe Piccoli & CCW Sparks.
Richard Rodgers: Sing For Your Supper (1994) SATB a cappella
Harold Arlen: Get Happy (1995) SATB div, Keyboard, opt. combo
Frank Loesser: Praise the Lord and Pass the Ammunition (1996) SATB, piano
Brooks & Warren: That’s Amore! (1998) TTBB a cappella (Barbershop)
Gordon & Warren: Chattanooga Choo-choo (1998) TTBB a cappella
Community Is... (2005) Hymn for Unison, Keyboard. Written during worship service on an overhead transparency using lyrics written by the Elementary Sunday School Class of Central Baptist Church, Wayne, PA
*Note: SATxB denotes a four-part arrangement having a bass line ranging through several octaves and requiring flexibility a la Bobby McFerrin; hence, "extended bass" or "xB."