List of major compositions

   1. Night and Morning in the Spheres
Symphonic poem for orchestra, in 1988
       - Performed by the MSU Symphony
         Orchestra, Wharton Center, East Lansing,
         USA, November 1989
       - Performed by the Bangkok Symphony
         Orchestra, Thailand Cultural Center,
         Bangkok, April 1991

   2. Dhamachakra for orchestra, in 1990
       - Performed by the Civic Orchestra of
         Chicago, USA, April 1990
       - Performed by the Japan Symphony
         Orchestra, Tokyo, Japan, November 1991

   3. Chakra for Clarinet, Violin , and Piano
       - Performed by the Verdehr Trio, Wharton
         Center, Michigan , USA, June 1990
       - Performed by the Seoul University Trio in
         Asian Contemporary Music’92
         Festival, Seoul, South Korea
       - Performed by the Kochi Ensemble in
         Musicarama ’92, Academy for Performing
         Arts Hong Kong, October 1992
       - Performed by the Zelanian Ensemble in
         Asia Pacific Festival, New Zealand,
         December 1992
       - Performed by the Verdehr Trio , Merkin Hall,
         New York, USA, January 1993
       - Performed by the Verdehr Trio, IRCAM
         Center Georges-Pompidou, Paris, March'93
       - Performed in the Contemporary Music
         Project ’94, Hiroshima, Japan, June 1994

   4. Concerto for Orchestra composed in 1993
       - Performed by the Hiroshima Symphony
         Orchestra in the international music festival
         “Hiroshima Hot Wave”, Hiroshima,
         Japan, October 1993
       - Performed by the Bangkok Symphony
         Orchestra, November 1993

   5. Bhawangkha for Ranad-ek and orchestra,
his first concerto for Ranad-ek and
orchestra, composed in 1994
       - Performed by the Hiroshima Symphony
         Orchestra in the Arts Festival for the
         Opening Ceremony of the 12th Asian
         Games, Hiroshima, Japan, August 1994
       - Performed by the Ensemble Stella Nova
         in “Sogakudo” Asian Traditional/Asian
         Modern Concert, October 1997

   6. Bhudhachat for Flute, Guitar, and Piano,
composed in 1995
       - Performed by the renowned Japan guitarist
         Kazuhito Yamashito, April 1995
       - Performed in The Bangkok Music Festival'
         95 concert, December 1995

   7. Sinfonia Chakri , Symphonic poem for
orchestra, composed in 1996
       - Performed by the Bangkok Symphony
         Orchestra, Thailand Cultural Center, 1996
       - Performed by the Melbourne Symphony
         Orchestra, Australia, August 1997
       - Performed by the Bangkok Symphony
         Orchestra in “Asian Orchestra Week,”
         Tokyo, Japan, August 2002

   8. Tri for Violin and Piano, composed in 1997
       - Performed in the Sendai Asian Music
         Festival ’98, Japan, January 1998
       - Issued on CD “Tri” Violinist : Nora-ath
         Chanklum, Pianist : Kit Young

   9. Concerto Maharaja for Ranad-ek and
orchestra, his second concerto for Ranad-ek
and orchestra, composed in 1999
       - Performed by the Japan Symphony
         Orchestra, Japan, October 1999
       - Performed by the Bangkok Symphony
         Orchestra, Thailand Cultural Center, 2001

   10. Symphony of the Spheres
his first symphony, composed in 2002
       - Performed by the Chulalongkorn University
         Symphony Orchestra, conducted by
         Choowit Yurayong, November 2003

   11. Sinfonia Suvarnabhumi
his second symphony, composed in 2005
       - Performed by the National Symphony
         Orchestra of Thailand in The World
         New Music Festival and Conference 2005
         (The 25th Festival of the Asian Composer
         League), Bangkok, March 2005
       - Performed by the Chulalongkorn University
         Symphony Orchestra, November 2005,
         conducted by Nora-ath Chanklum

   12. Concerto Sankitamankala for Violin and
Orchestra
, composed in 2007, first full scale
violin concerto by a Thai composer
       - Performed by the Bangkok Symphony
         Orchestra, conducted by Rear Admiral
         Veeraphan Vawklang, RTN, Soloist::
         Karin-Regina Florey, Thailand Cultural
         Center, Thailand, July 2007

   13. Double Concerto for Ranad-ek, Ranad-toom
and Orchestra
, composed in 2007
       - Performed in the Project Unity Concert,
         conducted by Bundit Ungrangsee, 2008

   14. Starlight for string orchestra, composed in
2008, Memory of HRH Princess Galyani Vadhana
       - Performed by the Chulalongkorn String
         Orchestra, June 2008
      mp3 download

   15. Jabalaya , composed in 2008 in memory
of HRH Princess Galyani Vadhana
       - Performed by the New York New Music
         Ensemble, Chulalongkorn University, 2008

   16. Jatubhumi Overture , composed in 2008
       - Performed by the Bangkok Symphony
         Orchestra, conducted by Nora-ath
         Chanklum, Thailand Cultural Center, 2008

   17. Pledge to HRH Princess Galayani)
for Narrator, Soprano, Chorus and Orchestra,
composed in 2008 in memory of HRH Princess
Galyani Vadhana, Poem by Gongbhoap Ruensiri
    - Issued on CD “Prakom Pleng Praleng Tawai”
      by the Chulalongkorn University Symphony
      Orchestra, conducted by Nora-ath
      Chanklum, released by the CU Radio
    - Performed by the Chulalongkorn University
      Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Nora-ath
      Chanklum, Thailand Cultural Center, 2008
      mp3 download

   18. Piyasayamintra
Choral Symphony for Narrator, Soprano, Chorus and Orchestra, composed in 2010 on behalf of Chulalongkorn University as a musical memorial for the Centenary of the passing of King Chulalongkorn the Great.
    - Performed by Chulalongkorn University       Symphony Orchestra, Conducted by
      Nora-ath Chanklum, Chulalongkorn       University Auditorium, October 2010

   19. Narmada
Concerto for Piano String Orchestra, composed in 2011.
    - Performed by Chulalongkorn University       String Orchestra, piano by Ramasoon       Sitalayan, conducted by Nora-ath Chanklum,       Music Hall, Chulalongkorn Universitky,
      July 2011.
    - Performed by Salaya New Music ensemble,       Piano by Ramasoon Sitalayan, conducted by       Parinya Chucherdwatanasak, Music Hall,       Mahidol University, July 2012