Here is a sample of the works available by Jeremy Crosmer. Listen to the samples below, available on YouTube.
Crosmer was commissioned in 2015 by the Grand Rapids Symphony Music for Health Initiative to create a book of music allowing symphonic musicians and music therapists to work together in hospitals. The book provides instructions and music cells for guided therapy sessions including meditation, motor skills, memory and attention, and also includes arrangements of symphonic works for two instruments.
Crosmer completed his second duet project in 2015: A set of 12 Violin Sonatas with Cello Continuo in the Neo-baroque style, modeled after the 12 Violin Sonatas by Antonio Vivaldi, Op. 2. Vivaldi wrote these early sonatas when he was 27, and it seemed appropriate for Crosmer to do the same. He dedicated the sonatas to his long-time duo partner, Grace Kim. You can request the sonatas by contacting Crosmer directly.
In October of 2015, Crosmer began a collaboration with conductor Cesar Leal and the Sewanee Symphony Orchestra. The first piece in this project, "Forest Through the Trees", was premiered on December 4, 2015 by the Sewanee Symphony, and is based on the book "Forest Unseen" by biology professor David Haskell.
Crosmer has written 2 Suites for Cello Quartet, one in 2008 and one in 2014. The first suite was taken on tour in Europe by renowned cellist Jonathan Butler. The second suite was dedicated to Jonathan Butler. Both have also been arranged for Cello Octet. You can request the music by contacting Crosmer directly.
In 2014 Crosmer completed the duo for Cello and Bass, Classical Dubstep Remix Song (CDRS). A recording and sheet music is available on IMSLP. Bassist Isaac Trapkus suggested writing a piece that was an acoustic representation of, well, dubstep, and this is what resulted.