Here's my first attempt at putting up a work in progress—one not released in its final form to my adoring public. :-)
Originally, this piece was written for a wind quintet + trumpet, violin and cello. I've decided to transfer all the pieces scored for this odd ensemble into a completely standard wind quintet. Not only is the piece more likely to get performed, but the process of reduction allows for less sloppiness and sometimes brings out a clearer sound. It may also make it more fun for the performers, as they have more to do.
It's called One because it's supposed to be one of four matching fugues for wind quintet. I have Two written and am working on one that might become Three. Sometimes (often) a piece goes its own way and no longer makes a good match for One and Two, so it winds up as an independent piece.
The music sounds jazzy but I tend to think I write "classical" music. If nothing else, it's not jazz because it's not supposed to be improvised.
Update Jan 20, 2016: Here are the score and MP3, version 2:
Hear are the score and MP3, version 1:
For comparison, I happen to have an old version of the piece scored for the octet up on SoundCloud:
This forum seems a lot less active than the Music Analysis and Critique. A recent thread there was for a work clearly in progress and received a lot of attention. If the posting languishes here, I may re-post in that forum.