The Piano + LIVE Electronics Repertoire List Compiled by Xenia Pestova


Please note: this project was initiated before the recent proliferation of repertoire for piano and live electronics, and updates are no longer as regular. Therefore, there are likely to be many items missing from the list. Please feel free to write to me with your contributions!

The term "live electronics" includes live processing as well as triggered fixed sounds in this context, although exclusively fixed media ("tape") works are not listed. Please visit the Models of Interaction in Works for Piano and Live Electronics page while you are here. THANK YOU to the CEC discussion list and to all the colleagues who contributed repertoire.

Last update: November 2012

(a b c d e f g h i-j k l m n o-p q-r s t u-z)

Peter Adriaansz (b. 1966)
Waves: four pieces for E-bow piano, sines & live-delay (2007)

Pedro Amaral (b. 1972)
Transmutations (1999) for piano and live electronics

Chengbi An (b. 1967)
Gediao (2006) version for piano and live electronics

Steve Antosca (b. 1955)
Invisible Landscape (2001) for conducted electronics and piano

Newton Armstrong (b. 1970)
Three Windows (2010) for piano and live electronics

Bernd Asmus (b. 1959)
malang mujur (1995/97) for piano and live electronics

Kevin Austin (b. 1948)
Onde (1980) for piano, tape and live electronics

Larry Austin (b. 1930)
Accidents (1967) for piano and live electronics
Accidents Two: Sound Projections for Piano with Computer Music (1992)
Quadrants: Event/Complex No. 4 (1972/1994) for disclavier and tape/electronics
ReduxTwo (2008) for piano and octophonic computer music

Miguel Azguime (b. 1960)
De l'Étant Qui le Nie (1998) for MIDI piano and live electronics

Jacopo Baboni Schilingi (b. 1971)
Deuxième réflexion (1996) for piano and computer

Michael Bach Bachtischa (b. 1958)
64 Sounds for Piano (2000) for piano and live electronics

Richard Barrett (b. 1959)
Adrift (2004-07) for piano and live electronics

Daniel Becker (b. 1960)
Revolution (2004) for disklavier and live electronics

Burton Beerman (b. 1943)
Conversations (2004) for piano and Kyma

Michael Beil (b. ????)
Doppel (2009) for two pianos, live electronics and live video

Brian Belet
(Disturbed) Radiance (2006) for piano and Kyma

Martin Bergande (b. 1960)
madu 0.8 pyong (2005) for two pianos and live electronics
bam-ui_waltz.midi (2005) for disklavier

Gary Berger (b. 1967)
Raumfalter (2010) for piano and live electronics

Marcus Bittencourt (b. 1974)
Malédiction (2001) for piano and unmanned ensemble (automated live electronics controlled by the pianist)
Mifune (2004) for piano and unmanned ensemble (automated live electronics controlled by the pianist)

Annesley Black (b. 1979)
4238 de Bullion (2008) for piano, live electronics and live video

Per Bloland (b. 1969)
Elsewhere is a Negative Mirror, Part I (2005) for piano with electromagnetically controlled resonance

Jerke van den Braak (b. 1984)
Composition for 2 wiimotes and disklavier (2007)

Benjamin Broening (b. 1967)
Nocturne/Doubles (2001) for piano and live electronics
Third Nocturne (2010) for piano and live electronics
Night Falls (Nocturne Loops) (????) for four pianos and live electronics

Chris Brown (b. 1953)
Shuffle (2004) for piano and interactive computer music system
Retrospectacles (2003) for piano and interactive computer processing

Nick Brown (b. 1974)
My 60 Memorable Games #52 (2012) for pianist, disklavier and four-channel live electronics

Ludger Bruemmer (b. 1958)
Le temps du miroir (2004) versions for piano and live electronics and for piano, computer and video
Move (2006) for piano, video and live electronics

Jamie Bullock (b. 1977)
Variations (2007) for piano and live electronics

Alex Burton (b. ????)
structures défuntisées (2005) for disklavier and live electronics

Madelyn Byrne (b. ????)
Suite for Piano and Computer: The Elements (2004)

John Cage (1912-1992)
Electronic Music for Piano (1964, software version available by Christopher Burns)

Edmund Campion (b. 1957)
Natural Selection (2002) for MIDI grand piano and live electronics

Lawrence Casserley (b. 1941)
Transformations 2 (1970) for piano and live electronics, Max/MSP version (2003)
Vista Clara (1983) for piano and live electronics, ISPW version (1996) and Max/MSP version (1999)

Paulo C. Chagas (b. 1953)
Orbital Studies (2008) for piano and live electronics

Pierre Charvet (b. 1968)
Neuf Etudes aux deux mondes (2000) for piano and computer

Miguel Chuaqui (b. 1964)
LA PERSISTENCIA DE LA MEMORIA (2008) for MIDI-generating Piano and Interactive Electronics

Thomas Ciufo (b. 1965)
Three Meditations (2001) for prepared piano and computer

Michael Clarke (b. 1956)
Enmeshed II (2007) for piano and computer

Ricardo Climent (b. 1965)
DejaVu88~ (2001) for piano and live electronics

Denis Cohen (b. 1952)
Jeux (1983/89) for MIDI piano and computer

Elliot Cole (b. 1984)
The Parable of the Sower (2006) for piano, microphones and delay

Nick Collins (b. 1975)
noPia oConcert (2009) for piano and live electronics
Kinesics (2009) for piano and live electronics
Chip Chip (2010) for piano and live electronics

James Correa (b. 1968)
Ekdysis/b (2003) for piano and live electronics
Sound and Colors reply to one another (2006)

Cindy Cox (b. 1961)
Darsana I (1993) for disklavier

David Cronkite (b. 1964)
Alchemical Cuisine (2005) for disklavier and live electronics

Roger Dean (b. 1948)
MultiPiano (2012) for piano and live electronics

Inouk Demers (b. 1970)
Chambre, vue (2006) for piano, live electronics and film (with Anna Geyer)

Christopher Dobrian (b. 1959)
Line/Phase Minutiae (1991) for disklavier
Entropy (1991) for disklavier and computer graphics
There's Just One Thing You Need To Know (1998) for computer piano and computer-mediated synthesizer
Distance Duo (2001) for disklavier and interactive computer improviser
JazzBot (2005) for disklavier and computer-controlled percussion robots

Paul Doornbusch (b. 1959)
Continuity 4 (2008-2010) for piano and live electronics

Sascha Janko Dragicevic (b. 1969)
Quarks No. 3 from Strom fliehender Zeitraume (2000-01) for piano and live electronics

Louis Dufort (b. 1970)
Particules (2006) for disklavier, live electronics and video
Hyper Lucidity (2005) for disklavier and live electronics

Michael Edwards (b. 1968)
segmentation fault beta 1.1 (1996) for prepared piano and custom-designed real-time sound mixing software (Artimix, with Marco Trevisani)
I believe the highest human achievement can be accomplished with a raging heart (2006-07) for piano and computer
for Madga Cordell, if she'll have it (2007) for piano and computer
for rei as a doe (2012) for piano and live electronics

Marios Joannou Elia (b. 1978)
Eco I (2001) for piano and live electronics ad libitum

Karlheinz Essl (b. 1960)
Con una certa espressione parlante (1985) for amplified piano and electronics, with assistant and live recording
Lexikon-Sonate (1992) for computer-controlled piano
Sequitur XIII (2009) for extended piano and live electronics (two performers)
juncTions (2011-12) for piano and live electronics (three performers)

Richard Bunger Evans (b. 1942)
Mirrors (1978) for pianist and two tape recorders

Brent Fariss (b. 1972)
Piano Sonata No. 1 (1998) for amplified piano and live electronics
The Lamb and The Snow... or... 47 ways to listen to an out-of-tune piano (2006-2008) for piano, cued recordings, speakers, and live electronics

Neal Farwell (b. ????)
Songs and Shards (2012) for piano and live electronics

Ivan Fedele (b. 1953)
Due notturni con figura (2007) for piano and live (?) electronics

Silvio Ferraz (b. 1959)
Green-Eyed Bay (2000) version for piano and live electronics
Cortazar, ou quarto com caixa vazia (1999) version for piano and live electronics

Orm Finnendahl (b. 1963)
Versatzstücke (1999/2004) for piano and tape or live electronics
Bewegte Beobachtung II (2010) for two pianos and live electronics
Wheel of Fortune (1993 / 2011) for midi-piano, sampler, computer and live electronics

Carlo Forlivesi (b. 1971)
The Fairy's book covered in dew (1997-98) for piano and live electronics

Patrick N. Frank (b. 1975)
RZ-gamma-III (2002) for piano and Gamma-Synthesizer

Alexandra Gardner (b. 1967)
(Re)acciones (2005) for piano and live electronics

Bradford Garton (b. 1957)
look-ma-no-hands (2006) for computer-controlled disklavier

Rolf Gehlhaar (b. 1943)
Klavierstueck 1-2 - constellations (1973) for amplified piano and live electronics
Diagonal Flying (1989) for piano and live electronics
Strange Attractor (1991) for computer-controlled piano

John Gibson (b. 1960)
Blue Traces (2009) for piano and computer

Roberto Girolin (b. 1975)
Quieti momenti d'inquietudine (2001) for piano, tape and live electronics
Galassien II (2006) for piano, tape and live electronics

Bob Gluck (b. 1955)
In the Bushes (2004) for computer-assisted piano and live electronics
Questions, questions (2005) structured improvisation for computer-assisted piano and computer interface
Eighteen Hands (2006) software-based performance interface for computer-assisted piano
Waking the Sleeping Giant (1972/2008) for piano and live electronics

Rob Godman (b. 1964)
Halo (2005) for piano and responsive electronics
Duel (2007) for piano and sound projection with optional video

Michail Goleminov (b. 1956)
Prelude and Fugue for piano and live electronics (2008)

Ali Gorji (b. 1978)
Urrealis (2005) for piano and live electronics

Annie Gosfield (b. 1960)
Lightning Slingers and Dead Ringers (2008) for piano and sampler

Larry Goves (b. 1980)
My name is Peter Stillman. That is not my real name. (2007) for piano, keyboard and distortion

Jonathan Green (b. 1983)
Into Movements (2007) for piano and motion sensors

Georg Friedrich Haas (b. 1953)
Ein Schattenspiel (2004) for piano and live electronics

Alexander J. Harker (b. 1983)
Orbits (2006) for piano and live electronics

Roman Haubenstock-Ramati (1919 - 1994)
Catch 2 (1968) for piano, tape and live electronics
Pour piano (1973) for piano and live (?) electronics

Stanley Haynes (b. 1950)
Pyramid Prisms (1977) for piano, tape and live electronics

Lauren Sarah Hayes (b. ????)
Transient (2009) for prepared piano and live electronics
Kontroll (2010) for piano and live electronics
Figurine-Operated String (2012) for piano and live electronics

Sorrel (Doris) Hays (b. 1941)
90s, A Calendar Bracelet (1990) for MIDI grand piano and tone generator

Fredrik Hedelin (1965)
Den envetna lyssnaren (1997) for piano and live (?) electronics

Jeff Herriott (b. 1972)
Velvet Sink (2001) for prepared piano and live electronics

Jean-Luc Hervé (b. 1954)
Deja piano (2000) for disklavier and live electronics

Elizabeth Hinkle-Turner (b. 1964)
What Would Ruth Do (1993) for piano and live electronics

Haruka Hirayama (b. 1981)
Septangle (2006) for piano and computer

Ralf Hoyer (b. 1950)
Sonata (1985) for piano, tape and live electronics
Jam Power (1995) for piano and live electronics

Shintaro Imai (b. 1974)
Filtering (2002) for piano and live electronics
Figure in Movement II (2006) for piano and real-time audio/visual processing technique

Bryan Jacobs (b. 1979)
Song from the Moment (2008) for piano and live electronics

David Jaeger (b. 1947)
Quivi Sospiri (1983) for piano and synthesizers

Wilfried Jentzsch
PI mi A di NO 2 (1991) for two pianos and live electronics

Victoria Jordanova (b. 1952)
Piano Sonata (1996) for amplified aged piano and interactive electronics

Jaroslaw Kapuscinski (b. ????)
Yours (2000) with Nik Haffner, media performance for piano and projected body
Catch the Tiger! 2.0 (2001) interactive performance for piano and computer projection
The Point Is... (2002) intermedia performance for MIDI piano, amplified speech and computer generated visual projection
Koan (2003) intermedia performance for MIDI piano and realtime computer projection
Oli's Dream (2008) collaboration with poet Camille Norton, intermedia performance for MIDI piano and realtime computer projection
Counterlines (2009) with Javier Sanchez, intermedia performance for MIDI piano, Wacom Cintiq and and realtime projection of sound and image
Juicy (2009), with John Edmark performance/installation for disklavier and computer controlled image and sound

Max E. Keller (b. 1947)
Selbstgespräche (2004) for piano and live electronics

Thomas Kessler (b. 1937)
Piano Control (1974) for piano and live electronics (with synthesizer)

Christopher Keyes (b. 1963)
Steel3xChrome (1999) for piano and real-time Digital Signal Processing
In Recent Memory (2003) for piano and real-time interactive computing
Orion Nebula NGC1976 (????) for disklavier, live electronics and video
Spiral Galaxy NGC1300 (????) for disklavier, live electronics and video

David Kim-Boyle (b. ????)
Shimmer for piano with resonant glasses, computer and video (2004)
Canon for piano, computer and video (2005)
Two Interludes for piano, computer and video (2006-2008)

John King (b. ????)
23 Rubai'yat for piano and live electronics (????)

Katharina Klement (b. 1963)
solo 1 (2002) for piano and four pickups
8oo (2004) for piano, live (?) electronics, video and live drawings (with Josef Novotny and Nikolaus Gansterer)
Chronologie (2006) for piano, video and live (?) electronics (with Dieter Kovacic)
roze (2007) for prepared piano, four channel tape and delay

Juraj Kojs (b. 1976)
Three Movements for unprepared piano and electronics (2004)
All Forgotten (2006) for piano and live electronics

Johannes Kreidler (b. 1980)
Piano Piece 3 (2004) for piano and live electronics

Johannes Kretz (b. 1968)
Introduction and Etude (1999) for piano and live electronics
Klanglogbuch ("SoundLog," 2005-2008) for piano and live electronics

Yannis Kyriakides (b. 1969)
hYDAtorizon (1998) version for piano with sine-waves
legerdemain (2005) for piano with optional electronics

alcides lanza (b. 1929)
plectros III (1971) for piano and synthesized sounds

Christien Ledroit (1975)
Shards (2001) for piano and live electronics

HyeKyung Lee (b. 1959)
Opposed Directions (1997) for disklavier and live electronics

Andrew Lewis (b. 1963)
Schattenklavier (2009) for piano and live electronics

Sebastian Lexer (b. 1971)
Dazwischen (2010) a series of improvisations for piano and live electronics

Lukas Ligeti (b. 1969)
Delta Space (2002) for disklavier and live electronics

Elaine Lillios (b. 1968)
Nostalgic Visions (2009) for piano and live interactive electronics

Cort Lippe (b. 1953)
Music for Piano and computer (1996)

José Manuel Lopez Lopez (b. 1956)
Lo fijo y lo Volátil (1994) version for piano and sampler (two pianists), or for piano and computer-triggered audio

Alvin Lucier (b. 1931)
Nothing is Real (1990) for piano, teapot and miniature speaker
Music for Piano with Slow Sweep Pure Wave Oscillators (1992)

Mauro Lupone (b. 1965)
Himmel-Feuer (2000) for prepared piano, bird whistles and live electronics

Eric Lyon (b. 1962)
Psychic Driving (1999) for piano and computer
Private Lesson (2007) for piano and computer

Giorgio Magnanensi (b. 1960)
Extensio modi (1993) for amplified prepared piano, tape and live electronics

Mesias Maiguashca (b. 1938)
la seconde ajoutée (1984) for two pianos and live electronics

Philipp Maintz (b. 1977)
gelände/zeichnung [klavierstueck nr2] (2005-06) for piano and live electronics

Philippe Manoury (b. 1952)
Pluton (1989) for MIDI piano and live electronics

Maximilian Marcoll (b. 1981)
hundert Rahmen, hochkant (2005) for piano and live electronics
samstag morgen - berlin neukl ln. studie. und selbstportrait. mit hirsch. (2007) for piano and live electronics

Alexandros Markeas (b. 1965)
Penser - classer (1997) for piano and live electronics

Gustavo Matamoros (b. 1957)
Piano, ma non tango (1996) for piano, tape and live electronics

Silvia Matheus (b. 1955)
Hands (2002) for piano, live electronics and video

Paula Matthusen (b. 1978)
...of one sinuous spreading... (2003) for piano and computer

Philip Mead (b. 1947)
Lux Perpetua (2005) for piano and live electronics
Matrix (2006) for piano and live electronics
Three Evocations (2006) for extended piano and electronic sounds

Flo Menezes (b. 1962)
Mahler in Transgress (2002-2003) for two pianos and live electronics

Emmanuel Ménis (b. 1975)
Pianissimo (improvvisazione, quasi composta) (2007) for piano, sensors and live electronics

Marcello Messina (b. 1982)
I mballakkeri (2012) for disklavier, sampler, contact microphones and effect pedals

Tychonas Michailidis (b. ????)
Live Mechanics (2011) for piano and live electronics

Eduardo Reck Miranda (b. 1963)
Grain-Streams (1999) for piano, tape and live electronics

Marc Monnet (b. 1947)
Imaginary travel (1996) for piano and live electronics (harmonizer)
Intermèdes (tulipes, acrobates, chatouillement) (1999) for two pianos, version with live electronics
Troisième regard (2004) for MIDI piano and optional video

Stephen Montague (b. 1943)
Haiku (1987) for piano, tape and live electronics
Tongues of Fire (1983/93) for piano (and stones), tape and live electronics

Stephan Moore (b. 1973)
Moving Target (2008) for piano and live electronics

Roberto Morales (b. 1958)
Contortions (2009) for piano, Wii remotes, and electronics

Nigel Morgan (b. ????)
ARRAY: Compass (2000) for keyboard and interactive system
Rilievo Schiacciato (2006) for disklavier
Fifteen Images (Le Jardin Pluvieux) (2009) for electric piano and digital system

Aleah Morrison (b. 1979)
Piano with electronics for possibly world's greatest piano player with cat as only friend (2008)
(for Piano with Electronics in G# Minor adaptive system developed by Matthew Wilcock)

Gordon Mumma (b. 1935)
Onslaught (1961) from Gestures II (1958-62) for two pianos with live electronics and tape-cycling
Medium Size Mograph (1963) for piano 4-hands with live electronics and magnetic tape
Presessions (1974) for piano with live electronics and tape-cycling
From the Rendition Series (2006) for piano, two performers with internal live electronics
Gambreled Tapestry (2007) for piano with internal live electronics

Maki Nakajima (b. 1965)
34711ième jour (????) version for piano, MIDI piano, tape and live electronics

Dafna Naphtali (b. 1960)
Landmine (2000) for disklavier and live electronics

Olga Neuwirth (b. 1968)
Kloing! (2008) for computer-controlled piano, pianist and film (with IEM Graz, Lillvan and Marino Formenti)

Vassos Nicolaou (b. 1971)
Orbit (2005) for MIDI piano and live electronics

Ichiro Nodaira (b. 1953)
Neuf Ecarts vers le défi (1991) for MIDI piano and computer

Katharine Norman (b. 1960)
Trying to Translate (1991) version for piano and live electronics

Giorgio Nottoli (b. 1945)
Archeion (1995-2000) for piano and live electronics
Risonante Notturno (2006) for piano and live electronics

Jocy de Oliveira (b. 1936)
Encontrodesencontro (1985) version for piano and live electronics
Wave Song (1985) version I for piano and live electronics (with Ron Pellegrino)

Kumiko Omura (b. 1970)
Sea Cloud II (2009) for piano and live electronics

Charlemagne Palestine (b. 1945)
Celiassedo (????) for piano and live electronics

John Palmer (b. 1959)
Renge-Kyo (1993) for piano, tape and live electronics
after silence (1) (2005) for piano, live electronics and tape

Juan Pampin (b. 1967)
OID (2004) for piano, live electronics and digital video

Brice Pauset (b. 1965)
Perspectivae Sintagma I (1997) for MIDI piano and live electronics

Bruce Pennycook (b. 1949)
Praescio VII [Piano and then some] (1994) for piano and computer sounds

Andrea Pensado (b. 1965)
Desencuentros (1993) for piano and live (?) electronics

Jim Perkins (b. 1975)
Feed (2007) for piano and live electronics

Russell Pinkston (b. 1949)
TaleSpin (2000) for disklavier and electronic sounds

Jonathan Pitkin (b. 1978)
Con Spirito (2006-7) for piano and disklavier

Peter Plessas (b. 1979)
Heroic Motives (2007) for piano and impulse response

Robert Pritchard (b. 1956)
Postcards From Our Futures (1989/1996) for piano, sound files and optional video

Josep Maria Mestres Quadreny (b. 1929)
Tres cànons en homenatge a Galileu (1965) for piano and live electronics

Robert Ratcliffe (b. 1981)
Mutations (2009) for disklavier
Mutations (megamix) (2009) for disklavier/MIDI playback, live electronics, piano and soundfiles (Max/MSP version, 2010, with Jon Weinel)

Philip Reeder (b. 1982)
By Response (2008) for upright piano and live electronics

Federico Reuben (b. 1978)
On Violence (2011) for disklavier, live electronics and live video

John Richards (b. 1966)
Suite for Piano and Electronics (with video projection, 2002)
Suite to 08 (2008) for piano and live electronics

Jean-Claude Risset (b. 1938)
Duet for one Pianist (1989) for disklavier

John Ritz (b. 1978)
thought-forms (2007) for piano and live electronics

Roque Rivas (b. 1975)
El eco de las sombras (2004) for MIDI piano and live electronics

Joan Riera Robuste (b. 1968)
Deformacions (2008) for piano and live electronics

Hans Roels (b. 1971)
Dubbelstuk (2003-4) for computer-controlled player piano and pianist
Point Black (2006) for piano and live electronics

Neil Rolnick (b. 1947)
Digits (2005) for piano and computer
Faith (2008) for piano and computer

Robert Rowe (b. 1954)
Banff Sketches (1991) for piano and interactive system

Bruno Ruviaro (b. 1976)
Thirteen Small Parts of Something (2003) for piano and live electronics (with Masaki Kubo)
Instantânea (2005) for prepared piano and live electronics

Somei Satoh (b. 1947)
Hymn for the Sun (1973) for two pianos with digital delay
Kagami (Mirrors, 1975) for two or three pianos with digital delay
Cosmic Womb (1975) version for two pianos with digital delay
Incarnation 2 (1977) for piano with digital delay

James Saunders (b. 1972)
The #[unassigned] series (2000-) versions for piano with dictaphones/CD/E-bow (for Sebastian Berweck) and piano and live electronics (for Philip Thomas)

Giacinto Scelsi (1905-1982)
Aitsi pour piano amplifée (1974) arranged for piano and computer by Kerry Young

Asbjørn Schaathun (b. 1961)
Physis (2003) for piano and live electronics

Dieter Schnebel (b. 1930)
2 Studien (1988) for piano and live electronics

Matthias Schneider-Hollek (b. 1963)
les jours calmes a Clichy-sous-Bois (2005) for piano and live electronics

Martin Schüttler (b. 1974)
venus_5 (2002) for piano and live electronics

Oliver Schneller (b. 1966)
Five Imaginary Spaces (2000-01) for piano and live electronics
And Tomorrow (2004) for piano and live electronics

Roger Smalley (b. 1943)
Transformation (1968-69) for piano with live electronic modulation
Monody (1972) for piano with live electronic modulation

Miroslav Spasov (b. 1964)
Etudes for Listeners (2006) for piano and live electronics

Nikos Stavropoulos (b. 1975)
Heat (2002) for piano and live electronics

Rand Steiger (b. 1957)
awhirl (2008) for piano and live electronics

Karlheinz Stockhausen (1928-2007)
Mantra (1970) for two pianists and live electronics

Alan Stones (b. 1967)
aux ombres (1998) for piano and live electronics

Morton Subotnick (b. 1933)
Liquid Strata (1977) for piano and live electronics
the other piano (2007) for piano and surround sound processing

Jacob Sudol (b. 1980)
Wash Yourself of Yourself (2009) for disklavier and live electronics

Kotoka Suzuki (b. 1971)
Piano con moto (2007) for piano, live electronics and video (with Claudia Rohrmoser)

Jorrit Tamminga (b. 1973)
Subito Piano (2006) for piano and live electronics

Richard Teitelbaum
The Emperor Walks (1993) for disklavier with synthesizer obliggato
Dal Niente (1997) for MIDI piano, sampler and computer
Seq Transit Parammers (1998) for two disklaviers and Interactive Computer System

Stefan Tiedje (b. 1956)
Enlightened Clavier (1999) for piano and live electronics

Pierre Alexandre Tremblay (b. 1975)
Un Clou, son marteau et le béton (2009)

Hans Tutschku (b. 1966)
Das Bleierne Klavier (1999) for piano and live electronics
Zellen-Linien (2007) for piano and live electronics
Irrgaerten (2010) for two pianos and live electronics

Dan VanHassel (b. 1981)
Lush Intrinsic (2009) for live processed piano and computer

Joseph Martin Waters (Jozefius Vaatierz Rattus, b. 1952)
Drum Ride (1991) version for piano and three live synthesizers
Drum Ride (1999) version for piano and live electronics

Thomas Wenk (b. 1959)
Recordame (1997) for piano and live electronics

Matthew Wilcock (b. 1986)
Short Piano Piece for Person (2009) for piano and live electronics
Sensible Surrender of Twelve or More Men (2009) for piano and live electronics

Paul Wilson (b. 1974)
Osin's Fall (2005) for piano and live electronics

Scott Wilson (b. 1969)
On the Impossibility of Reflection (2011) for piano and live electronics (SuperCollider)

Gerhard E. Winkler (b. 1959)
Hybrid VIII (PiAnimaux) (2010) for piano, computer-controlled MIDI piano and live electronics

Randall Woolf (b. ????)
Adrenaline Revival (????) for piano and Digitech TSR 24S processor

John Young (b. 1962)
X (2010) for piano and triggered electronic sounds

Michael Young (b. 1968)
piano_prosthesis (2007) for piano and NN Music (Max/MSP)

Nina Young (b. ????)
Kolokol (2010) for two pianos and live electronics

Alistair Zaldua (b. 1970)
inner and outer mind (2010) piano and live electronics

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