I wrote several last year, all single-movement works--a little octatonic homage sonata to Bogdanovic; a giant 10:30 homage to Stevie Wonder in E flat major sonata; and a 7:30 E major sonata based on material from Joseph Lamb's American Beauty rag.
This year I've finished a 24 minute long four-movement Guitar Sonata on themes by Thomas Commuck. Commuck was one of the first Native Americans to publish a musical work using Western notation and he got some help from Thomas Hastings to publish a shape note hymnal. I heard of Commuck through one of my musical contacts and got the idea to take my favorite melodies from Commuck's Indian Melodies and compose a large multi-movement work from that. So I have.
The Commuck sonata has been fun to write and it has a lot of contrapuntal writing in it, ,both imitative counterpoint (the finale is a 7:30 prelude and fugue) and quodlibet technique (I've been on a bit of a Charles Ives kick in the last ten years). After writing two dozen fugues for solo guitar I find I keep being drawn to contrapuntal techniques but there's more to counterpoint than just fugues. I finally wrote a canonic menuet movement in the style of Haydn thanks to one of Commuck's tunes.
I'm not sure if I'm necessarily going to be in a position to post videos of the movements for a while, but I do have the work finished.