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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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Love Song: Oboe/English Horn

Love Song: Oboe/English Horn

Oboe and English Horn (3:45)

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Trace Elements

Trace Elements

Instrumentation: Perc 1: 2 toms (lo/hi), snare drum, 2 timbales (lo/hi), large gong, ride cymbal (18″) and bow, triangle Perc 2: bass drum, 2 congas (lo, med), 2 bongos (lo/hi), ride cymbal (20″) and bow, 4 claves (lo to hi) Duration: 11:00 Commission Ensemble Berlin PianoPercussion…

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Chai Variations on Eliahu HaNavi

Chai Variations on Eliahu HaNavi

“…Pieces by Brooklyn native Jennifer Higdon, flutist Katherine Hoover, and China’s Jing Jing Luo serve as appetizers to the disc’s centerpiece — University of Virginia professor Judith Shatin’s 20-movement tour-de-force “Chai Variations”….” –The Palm Beach Post “…The most substantial work featured on the disc is…

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Penelope’s Song (Amp. clarinet + electronics)

Penelope’s Song (Amp. clarinet + electronics)

Amplified clarinet & electronics from weaving sounds (9:07)

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Time to Burn Fanfare Review 2

Time to Burn Fanfare Review 2

Judith Shatin is a true sound artist. She applies sound to the airwaves in the same way a painter applies colors to canvas. She is not trying for melodies that the listener will walk away singing, but she uses melodic material for dramatic effect. The…

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