"Sarah Davol's Gulf Migration suggests the flight of millions of birds over the broad expanse of blue water. The composer plays this wonderfully descriptive work with fellow oboist Christa Robinson and bassoonist Atsuko Sato." - Fanfare Magazine (review of Double Take: American Reed on Albany Records)

"An intriguing piece by Davol titled Long Road Back, opened brisk and springlike, picking up the pace with the highs of Marcia Hankle’s flute playing contrapuntally against the lows of Davol’s oboe and Maureen Strenge’s bassoon…." - Lucid Culture blog (Trinity Wall Street Chamber Music Series)

The concert opened with three contiguous, lyrical pieces illustrating daybreak…Davol’s “Cloths of Heaven” added a plaintive drone grounding the winds. The second half was full of genre works, (including) Davol’s brief, charming oboe solo étude in D minor, “The Bee,” - Broadstreet Review, Philadelphia (2018)


Etude in d minor (The Bee) for solo oboe
Gulf Migration for two oboes and bassoon ("Double Take" CD on Albany Records)
Prelude and Lament for flute and oboe ("Tulpe" CD on Okenti label and cdbaby.com)
Estuary for oboe and cello ("Tulpe" CD on Okenti label and cdbaby.com)
Child at the Well for oboe and bassoon
Flat Rock for oboe, bassoon and spoken word
Meadowlands Meditation for oboe and piano
Fifteen Degrees for oboe and mbira
Long Road Back for wind quartet and percussion
American Statue for choir and winds
Teaneck Turtle for choir and solo horn
Silence for choir, woodwind quartet and sign language
Teaneck Conservancy for children's choir and piano
Hymn for St. Leonard for choir

Jazz Ballads

Half a Moon
Total Eclipse
Monterey Bay
Rose in the Rain


Wulankuntewa'kan ("Peace" - Lenape) ("Tulpe" CD on Okenti label and cdbaby.com)


Magic Potion (harmonized by Marianne Osiel)