I'm thinking about doing a solo recital in the Fall semester this calendar year (next school year). I'm hoping to do mostly "contemporary" pieces, mainly because I like that music, and I just think it would be fun. So far the stuff I have found and am interested in are the following: Theraps - Iannis Xenakis Parable for solo Double bass - Persechetti (it has the h right?) A piece that my composition friend wrote at school - Doxa I'm thinking to compose one with some type of tape or computer thing running during the piece and MAYBE Trittico per G.S. by Brian Ferneyhough (I looked at the score in the library and have heard a recording. As much as I enjoy the piece, I haven't decided if learning how to read his musical language is worth it yet.) Does anyone know of any more contemporary or new pieces for solo double bass? Looking at what I have, I guess I'm trying to find something to possibly replace the Ferneyhough. 5 pieces would be quite enough, especially since they'll all be solo. I'll be sick of hearing bass at that point. Anyway guys, thanks in advance.