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Storm

Storm

Amp. tenor sax and electronics (6:50)

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Black Moon Commission

Black Moon Commission

Carnegie Hall commissioned a new piece to premiere on October 28, 2016 at Zankel Hall at Carnegie. Meanwhile, I gave a public presentation on the technology and tried  out some sketches, called Red Moon, at the DiMenna Center for Classical Music in New York on March 5, 2016…

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Gregors Dream

Gregors Dream

Amp. piano trio & stereo electronics (10:15)

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Love Song: Oboe & Viola

Love Song: Oboe & Viola

Oboe and viola (3:45)

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Plain Song

Plain Song

Piano and electronics (12:00)

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Khamsa

Khamsa

Percussion Quintet (battery percussion) (6:30)

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Lyrics Quartet Plays Elijah’s Chariot

Lyrics Quartet Plays Elijah’s Chariot

Lyris Quartet plays Shatin’s Elijah’s Chariot on a concert presented by People Inside Electronics at Monk Space in LA. You can hear an excerpt here. Originally commissioned by the Kronos Quartet, and toured by them from Asia To Europe to America, including BAM’s Next Wave…

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When the Moon of Wildflowers is Full

When the Moon of Wildflowers is Full

Flute and cello (3:30)

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Multiple Histories Video Interview

Multiple Histories Video Interview

Many ingredients go into Judith Shatin’s music. While it is informed by a deep sense of musical history, it is just as much a by-product of her profound desire to search for new sounds. It is also deeply inspired by history itself, but not as an artifact. Rather it is something that is malleable and very much alive, something that we in the present can continue to engage with to better understand ourselves.

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Fanfare – Time to Burn

Fanfare – Time to Burn

Judith Shatin, Kenan Professor of Music at the University of Virginia, writes music that is satisfyingly challenging, music that forces listeners to face up to their own perceptions of music, what it is and how it relates to other artistic disciplines.

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