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Time to Burn

Time to Burn

Time to Burn reviewed in Croatian e-zine

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Commission for String poet!

Commission for String poet!

The Journal String Poet has commissioned a piece to be inspired by the winner of its 2014 poetry competition. This unusual program combines a poetry prize with a musical response. The piece will be premiered in September, 2014 at the same time as the reading…

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Tape Music (Quad)

Tape Music (Quad)

Quad Electronics (7:14)

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Hearing the Call

Hearing the Call

“….With the distinguished exception of “Hearing the Call,” a brief, effective fanfare in the form of double duet for two snare drums and two trumpets by Judith Shatin, this was an all-Beethoven program….” –Washington Post

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Trace Elements for Ensemble Berlin PianoPercussion

Trace Elements for Ensemble Berlin PianoPercussion

Playing with Resonance Ensemble Berlin Piano Percussion has commissioned Trace Elements, for two piano and two percussion. I had a wonderful time in June, 2014, rehearsing with them in in Berlin, with the kind support of the American Embassy. And, I returned for the premiere…

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Time to Burn – New CD!

Time to Burn – New CD!

Time to Burn CD I am thrilled that my new CD, Time to Burn, has been released, and you can get it at Innova Recordings. The wonderful Cassatt Quartet bookends the CD with performances of Glyph and Eljiah’s Chariot. For Glyph, they were joined by…

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Time to Burn

Time to Burn

“….the wonderful music on this CD, and above all the opening work, Glyph (from 1984), which means a kind of carving.This work consists of beautiful, sweeping, imaginative music in four movements titled Luminous, Flickering, Ecstatic and Incandescent.

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Songwriting: Context and Creativity

Songwriting: Context and Creativity

Teaching songwriting seems an oxymoron to some; don’t songs just flow? We know it’s true, as many songwriters tell us so. Why I’ve had that experience myself! And yet, having studied music since age 5, and barely remembering a time before I would run to…

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Chai Variations on Eliahu HaNavi

Chai Variations on Eliahu HaNavi

“…Judith Shatin’s music has been well received in the pages of this magazine, including by myself. I have commented on her strong ability to create a narrative pulse in her work, calling her a natural story teller. That quality is much in evidence in this…

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Coursing Through the Still Green

Coursing Through the Still Green

Solo Flute (3:00)

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