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Piping the Earth

Piping the Earth

“Piping the Earth is a colorful and crowd-pleasing piece that works well in many concert contexts. It was a great pleasure for me and for the Richmond Symphony to discover this score, and our audiences loved the color, sweep and drama. It comments nicely on…

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Interview and Review: To Keep the Dark Away

Interview and Review: To Keep the Dark Away

To Keep the Dark Away: Pianist Gayle Martin and Composer Judith Shatin

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For the Fallen for Amplified Soprano Sax and Electronics

For the Fallen for Amplified Soprano Sax and Electronics

Amplified soprano sax and stereo electronics (7:02)

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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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Gregor’s Dream

Gregor’s 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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