I have uploaded three pieces, and have a few remarks about each.
They are all exported as MP3 files out of Finale, the platform for all of my composition. Thus the sound is synthesizer. That's giving a wooden result, but the notes are fundamentally as I wrote them. I've put in some expression, but I freely admit I have made no real effort to make these polished for listening per se. My work is for live performers. Unfortunately, getting a performer to play the pieces is not all that simple or easy, so this will be the means of presentation.
I find that sometimes the notation does not come across exactly as written. Specifically, some notes seem to hold slightly too long, and as a result the very next note on the same pitch does not sound at all. I'm getting another PC, and hope that may help, but I'm also considering shifting over from Finale to Sibelius. I've heard a lot of good stuff about Sibelius, and virtually nothing to defend Finale. (In anticipation of some possibly hot debates, let me say that I'm not invested in either system; I just want a system that works, does what I want it to do, and does it all the time. If I have to get Sibelius to get a reliable platform, so be it.)
"Jingly Belles" is a little fantasy for solo piano based on a familiar tune. I was experimenting with the 7/8 meter, and just was playing around with it. It's intended to be a quick whimsical piece.
"Valkill Rag" is just a rag that kind of popped into my head one day, and I decided to write it down and develop it to keep it from becoming an ear worm. That helped me to explore piano technique.
"Easter Hymn" is an arrangement of a set of variations I wrote on teh hymn "Awake thou Wintry Earth," for the recorder quartet in which I play. It was premiered last Easter. The organ arrangement was done to expand my grasp of writing for organ, and to hopefully give the piece a wider distribution. An organist has expressed an interest in playing it, so that's working out.