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Bagatelle

Bagatelle

Piano (1:14)

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Assembly Line #1

Assembly Line #1

Oboe (8:00 +, variable)

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Capstone releases Piping the Earth

Capstone releases Piping the Earth

Capstone releases Piping the Earth, a disk of Shatin’s Orchestral Music (PDF – piping_pr)

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Nun, Gimel, Hei, Shin

Nun, Gimel, Hei, Shin

“…Judith Shatin’s childlike round “Nun, Gimel, Hei, Shin” … sweetly echoes the spinning of the Hanukkah dreidel.” – Michael Barnes, Austin American-Statesman

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Adonai Ro’i

Adonai Ro’i

Albany Pro Musica, with conductor David Griggs-Janower “Pieces like…Judith Shatin’s Adonai Ro’i were beautifully shaped and provided a calm relief from the cheery folk styles.”  – Times Union, Joseph Dalton

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Jefferson, In His Own Words

Jefferson, In His Own Words

“Shatin engages complex rhythms and timbre-play to create a fascinating palette of sound for what is essentially an orchestra-narrator duet. Maestro Steven Smith was attuned to this balance, and, just as importantly, to the shape of the music on its own….In the first movement, Political…

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Upcoming Performances and Presentations

Upcoming Performances and Presentations

2/5/12, 3:30 p.m. Tower of the Eight Winds Violinist David Sariti and Pianist John Mayhood, UVA Chamber Music Festival Old Cablle Auditorium, UVA ; Charlottesville, VA 3/2/12, 8:00 p.m. Chai Variations on Eliahu HaNavi pianist Mary Kathleen Ernst St. Petersburg College; St. Petersburg, FL 3/4/12,…

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1492

1492

“…interesante uso de los silencios para que todo cree unaconversacion entre los instrumentos perfectamente bien balanceados.” –El Nuevo Dia

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Fantasy on St. Cecilia

Fantasy on St. Cecilia

“…Having commissioned composer Judith Shatin to rework her piano concerto “The Passion of St. Cecilia” into a solo version, Henry performed the new piece, “Fantasy on St. Cecilia” in its world premiere at this recital. Opening with spine-tingling lower register reverberations, the piece seemed little…

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