The Analytical Engine (2016): for SSAATTBB. This sets the words of Ada Augusta Lovelace, often called the first programmer, who, in her article on Babbage’s Analytical Engine, predicted the use of computers for algorithmic composition. The work explores the idea of discovering harmonics before discovering melody.
Aftermath (2016): for SSAATB, piano, flute, clarinet, beat boxer. Six-movement work on the aftermath of sexual assault. Can also be performed as a three movement work, leaving out the three “pop” style songs, but the last movement (Hope) can end the work on a positive note. ~20 minutes.Songs of Fear (2016): for SSAATB plus beat boxer. Three a cappella songs on the theme of fear and betrayal. The work was very highly regarded by the judging panel of the 2016 ROCS Occasional Choral Composition Competition. These are the three “pop” style movements (1, 4 and 6) of the full work Aftermath. ~12 minutes. Hope (2016): SSATB + beatboxer, last movement of Aftermath, available for free download. Uitdenbogerd’s Hope (Free Sheet Music)
Missa Prima: for SATB divisi, SA soloists, percussion and synthesizer. ~23 minutes long
Sandra’s book of rounds, canons and catches: rrp$20, distributed in Australia by Encore. International orders direct from the composer
Moments (2013): SATB a cappella. Highly regarded by the ROCS Occasional Choral Composition Competition 2013 judging panel. ~ 5 minutes.
Water songs, for SAT choir, SSATTT recorders and cello.
Rocks: SATB a cappella, words by Eddy Burger, 3 movements, ~6 minutes total
Song for Ben: piano accompanied song, 1.5 minutes
Through the eyes of a mirror: for tenor vocalist, flute and trombone. Words by Eddy Burger
The Dream: SATB a cappella, ~1.5 minutes.
Tokyo Memories last movement: Farewell Hugs: for flute, tenor sax and trumpet
The Australian national anthem, Advance Australia Fair, arranged for tenor soloist and SATB a cappella choir (2017). Premiered by RMIT’s graduation choir, featuring Hannah Johns as choir tenor soloist at RMIT’s mid-year graduation 2017.