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To Keep the Dark Away: A Favorite CD

To Keep the Dark Away: A Favorite CD

So glad that Rafael’s Music Notes lists To Keep the Dark Away as one of his favorite CD’s of 2016. He says “TO KEEP THE DARK AWAY (www.ravellorecords.com) features an exciting mix of the contemporary and the Romantic in piano literature. Gayle Martin’s playing is…

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Protected: Jefferson In His Own Words Recording

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Protected: Trace Elements

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Protected: Gregor’s Dream Recording

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Protected: Black Moon Recording

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Reviews of Alleluia

Reviews of Alleluia

“The composer’s notes on this piece, a three-and-a-half elaboration of the word “Alleluia,” associate it with the September 11 terrorist attacks, saying that her intent is “to express a blend of comfort and defiance, to sing against the dark, but in knowledge of it.” Although…

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Reviews of COAL

Reviews of COAL

Premier Of COAL – Anna Larson: February 1995 ILWC Journal  It was Clara Boone’s idea to get up a carload of musicians and friends and take a Sunday drive out to Shepherdstown, West Virginia, to see the premiere of Judith Shatin”s new composition, COAL. The fall…

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Reviews of Carreno

Reviews of Carreno

“In Judith Shatin’s monodrama ”Carreno” (not to be confused with Pamela Ross’s one-woman show of the same name running Off Broadway), Ms. Innerarity took the stage by storm. Teresa Carreno (1853-1917), a famous Venezuelan pianist, singer, conductor and composer, was something of a dynamo herself,…

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Reviews of Adonai Roi

Reviews of Adonai Roi

  “Pieces like Michael Horvit’s “Even When God is Silent” and Judith Shatin’s “Adonai Ro’i” were beautifully shaped and provided a calm relief from the cheery folk styles. The best composition and performance of the night was probably “There Will Be Rest,” Frank Ticheli’s extended…

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