Triad (1996) piano solo 12′
Triad is a work in three connected movements, in which a toccata and chaconne elaborate ideas which are united in a concluding fugue—as countersubject and episode material, respectively. For this reason, the individual movements are inseparable from the whole; thus, a triptych (or triad) is formed. Tonally, the movements progress from E through A to C, outlining a triad of another kind. Shannon Wettstein gave the premiere in 2005, and has performed it many times since.