Below are some helpful links to related web pages which feature colleagues, collaborators and other connections. The musical samples in MP3 format which are highlighted on my “concert music” page are offered strictly for review and demonstration and may not be duplicated or used for commercial purposes without the permission of this composer and the performing artists. Many of these selections are incomplete excerpts from movements of larger works which were recorded during live performances. They are not available commercially, but I will be happy to send full recordings for study, if available, when accompanying any order for sheet music which I publish directly. Many thanks to these fine musicians.

–Curtis Bryant



The Role – A film about friendship, success, deception and murder starring Daniel Massey Tovell and Scott D. Lewis, produced by DMT Pictures, filmed by Jack R Frost III and written and directed by Scott D. Lewis, with original music score by Curtis Bryant.

A Peasant’s Hope – A short film produced by Will and Anna Burns (Pet Project Films) about two peasants who set out on a journey to find the holy shroud

Briars in the Cottonpatch – A documentary film by Faith Fuller that explores the unusual story of a community founded on the principles of non-violence and sharing that changed the lives of thousands of people, both within and outside of their commune. Bryant received an Emmy nomination for his scoring of “Briars

Georgia: Everything You’re Shooting For – A promotional music video produced by Women in Film Atlanta for the Georgia Film, Video & Music Office, showcasing Georgia Production



Little Suite for Harpsichord, Movement iv, Gigue – Performed May 28, 1985 by harpsichordist Dana Ragsdale on the program CHAMBER MUSIC OF CURTIS BRYANT, CONTEMPORARY MUSIC FESTIVAL, PICCOLO SPOLETO USA FESTIVAL, Charleston, SC.

Quintet for Woodwinds and Piano, 1st movement, Allegro (excerpt) – Performed May 28, 1985 on the program CHAMBER MUSIC OF CURTIS BRYANT, CONTEMPORARY MUSIC FESTIVAL, PICCOLO SPOLETO USA FESTIVAL, Charleston, SC. (Kim French, flute; Carol Beyer, oboe; Bill Hudgens, clarinet; Thomas Tatman, bassoon; Cary Lewis, piano)

Trio for Flute, Marimba and Cello, 2nd movement, Fast (excerpt) – Performed May 28, 1985 on the program CHAMBER MUSIC OF CURTIS BRYANT, CONTEMPORARY MUSIC FESTIVAL, PICCOLO SPOLETO USA FESTIVAL, Charleston, SC. (Kim French, flute; Shani Diggs, marimba; Carol Beyer, cello)

Quintessence (Woodwind Quintet), 1st movement, Allegro (excerpt) – Performed by the Pandean Players, Barbera Secrist, Artistic Director

Song of Songs, 3rd song, “I Am the Rose of Sharon” (excerpt) – Performed by Arietha Lockhart, soprano, Dr. Sheryl Cohen, flute, and Sandra Lutters, piano, International Opera Singers Competition, Center for Contemporary Opera, Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall, April 14, 2003

Agnus Dei (Published by Lux Nova Press) – Performed by the Choral Guild of Atlanta under the direction of William Noll, 1983

Magnificat, “Gloria” (excerpt) – Performed by the Choral Guild of Atlanta and the Sandy Springs Chamber Orchestra under the direction of William Noll, 1985

Fantasy on American Themes (string orchestra) Published by Neil A. Kjos Music Company (excerpt)

Prelude & Fugue for Orchestra, (excerpt from fugue) – The Macon Symphony Orchestra, Adrian Gnam, director (1986)

Dinosaurs: A Primeval Symphony, (excerpt from movement iii, “Pterrible Flight”) – The Macon Symphony Orchestra, Adrian Gnam, director (1992)

Zabette, An Opera in Three Acts (Libretto by Mary R. Bullard), (excerpt from Act I, scene iii, duet – “Color’s Not Loveproof”) – performed by Laura English-Robinson, soprano and Dennis Jesse, baritone, with the University Orchestra, Georgia State University School of Music, conducted by Mark Street, directed by W. Dwight Coleman (1999)



Lux Nova Press (Atlanta) – Featuring choral and chamber music of Curtis Bryant

Neil A. Kjos Music Company (San Diego) – Featuring works by Curtis Bryant for string orchestra: “Fantasy on American Themes,” “Ragtime,” “Theme and Variations”

Transcontinental Music Publications (New York) – Featuring “Holiness Everywhere” for chorus SATB with keyboard and optional violin part, a setting of a text by Stephen Bluestone based upon a 12th century work by Jewish mystic Jehudah Halevi

Classical Vocal Reprints (Fayetteville, AR) – Curtis Bryant’s song “I Am the Rose of Sharon” from his cycle Song of Songs is featured in the new anthology American Art Song for the Sacred Service for medium high voice, edited by Dr. Karen Leigh-Post, published by Classical Vocal Reprints (CVR #3834). A new CD is also available.

Gasparo Records (Catalog #274) “Music by Southern Composers for Cello and Piano,” Dorothy Lewis, cello and Cary Lewis, piano, featuring Curtis Bryant’s Sonata for Cello and Piano and other works by Robert Boury, Edwin Gerschefski, Charles Knox, William Presser and Edwin Robertson

John Marlon Music (Atlanta) – Songwriter John Banerian has asked me to create string tracks for a new song project featuring R&B artist Tawana Lael.



American Composers Forum – Curtis Bryant’s Web Page on this site

American Music Center – Curtis Bryant’s New Music Juke Box web page – Detailed reviews of selected chamber works (Search by composer name – Curtis Bryant)

Song of America – American baritone Thomas Hampson’s “Song of America” database

Opera America – In the Works (Scroll to “Z” for Zabette)

National Park Service – Southeast Archaeological Center – Archaeology and Opera – A detailed look at the historical and archaeological background of Curtis Bryant and Mary R. Bullard’s opera ZABETTE

Oz Online – The Georgia Film and Video Sourcebook

MCA-I – Media Communications Association – International

Georgia Music Directory – A service of Creative Loafing

GGDA (Georgia Game Developers Association) – Atlanta Chapter – In addition to composing for film and television, I have several games under development



Thanks to Rebecca Sealand and Duane Weiskircher for their help with that nifty little favicon graphic. Thanks to Icondock for the Facebook and LinkedIn icons. Thanks to Patrick, the caricature artist, and continued thanks to Nancy Bryant, my primary web consultant and loving wife.