Piano and voice - Digital Download Composed by William Price. Death, Youth, Grief, Tombs & sepulchral monuments. Lester S. Levy Collection. 4 pages. Published by Johns Hopkins University Sheridan Libraries (LV.3399).
William Price’s music has been performed at many international events, including the 2004 North American Saxophone Alliance Biennial, the 2003 Sonic Circuits Festival, the 2002 SEAMUS Conference, the 11th Annual Florida Electro-acoustic Music Festival, the 2000 World Saxophone Congress, and the LSU Festival of Contemporary Music. His music has received awards and commissions from numerous organizations including six consecutive ASCAP Standard awards, the 2004 Percussive Arts Society Composition Competition, the American Composers Forum Sonic Circuits Competition, the 2001 Louisiana Music Teachers Association Commission Award, the NACUSA Young Composers Competition, the Southeastern Composers League Phillip Slates Composition Competition. His music has been performed and premiered by the Contemporary Ensemble of the Conservatory in Athens, Greece, the Louisiana Sinfonietta, Ensamble Rosario, the Red Stick Saxophone Quartet, Iwona Glinka, Athanasios Zervas and has been broadcast on public radio stations throughout the country. His music is published by Dorn Publications, Conners Publications, and IROM Music. His works are recorded on Innova Recordings, New Tertian Recordings, THP Recordings, and Magni Publications.