Prelude for 12 violas was performed by the
National Symphony Orchestra conducted by Leonard
Slatkin in 1996.
His Concertino for Hornand Chamber
Orchestra was premiered by NSO Associate
Principal Horn, Laurel Ohlson, & Eclipse Chamber
Orchestra, conducted by Sylvia Alimena.
His Concertino for Flute and ChamberOrchestra was premiered by NSO flutist Alice
Kogan Weinreb, and Eclipse Chamber Orchestra,
conducted by Sylvia Alimena.
The Mad Hatter, for contrabassoon and chamber
ensemble, was premiered at the 2005 International
Double Reed Society
convention in Austin, Texas by Lewis Lipnick,
NSO contrabassoonist, and local artists. The
Mad Hatter is published by Trevco Music
2007, Three Miniatures for flute, horn, &
bassoon, and Flowers for wind quintet, were
premiered by The Capitol Woodwind Quintet; and Ricky-tick
Nightmare for bassoon and piano were all
published by Trevco Music Publishing.
Also in 2013, in a collaboration with
composer David Teie, Truman's three movements
of settings of Walt Whitman poems were
premiered by Eclipse Chamber Orchestra and
Coro Alexandria, conducted by David Teie.
August 2015 his Aulos
Tryipych for four flutes and piano
was premiered by National Symphony Orchestra
members at the National Flute Convention in
2017, works published by Trevco Music
Publishing were Four
Winter Scenes for wind quintet, Sextet
for wind quintet and piano, & Dance
Suite for wind quintet and bass
2018, a synthesized version of Truman's latest
work is up on YouTube,
Romances, for horn, string quartet,
and double bass.