The Camargo Trio (1990, piano, percussion, computer-generated sound)
four phases for three (1995, flute, percussion, computer-generated sound)
phases/cycles (2009, viola and computer-generated sound)
Sherds of Five (1994, computer-generated sound)
Time into Pieces (1977, piano and computer-generated sound)
Variations for Piano (1986, solo piano)
vers (2001, reader and computer-generated sound)
WESLEY FULLERS'S MUSIC APPEARS ON THE FOLLOWING NEUMA RECORDINGS:
Electro Acoustic Music III Neuma 450-87
Electro Acoustic Music V Neuma 450-92
Wesley Fuller took his undergraduate work at the Oberlin Conservatory of Music, and his graduate work at Boston University. His music is performed internationally, and he has received numerous grants and awards which include the following: Fellow in Composition at the Berkshire Music Festival (Tanglewood); The National Endowment for the Arts (studio development grant); The Camargo Foundation in Cassis, France, (Composer in Residence); The Mellon Foundation; The Digital Equipment Corporation; The Clark University European Center in Luxembourg.
Fuller taught at Wheaton College in Norton, Massachusetts, followed by 26 years of teaching at Clark University where he is the George N. and Sybil U. Jeppson Professor of Music (Emeritus). While at Clark he co-founded the Group for Electronic Music (GEM) and Related Research, and with the indispensable and generous help of Leland Smith, of Stanford University, he directed the development of the Clark University Computer Music Studio.
The composer has created numerous works for solo instruments, chamber ensembles, and voice. He frequently uses the computer as a musical instrument. Fuller’s music is performed around the world and is published by Neuma Publications, and recorded on Neuma Records, and Capstone Records.