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Unabashedly Said

(Flute/Piccolo, Clarinet, French horn, Violin, Cello and Piano).
Total duration ca. 11 minutes (2011)

Published by Activist Music (ASCAP).

One movement work. 38 pages (score), 8.5" x 11".

Premiered October, 2011 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada
by Palomar


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Unabashedly More

(Flute/Piccolo, Clarinet, Violin, Viola, Cello and Piano).
Total duration ca. 11 minutes (2010)

Published by Activist Music (ASCAP).
Commissioned in 2010 by Lunatics at Large, for The Sanctuary Project.

One movement work. 38 pages (score), 8.5" x 11".

Premiered on March 21, 2011 in New York, NY.
by Lunatics at Large: Jonathan Engle, flute; Ben Ringer, clarinet; Arthur Moeller, violin; Jen Herman, viola; Andrea Lee, cello, and Evi Jundt, piano.

Audio clip performed by Lunatics at Large, live in concert at Synagogue for the Arts, New York City, April 2011.


Unabashedly

(Flute/Piccolo, Violin, Cello and Piano).
Total duration ca. 11 minutes (2006)

Published by Activist Music (ASCAP).
Commissioned in 2006 by Chamber Music Palisades.
One movement work. 25 pages (score), 8.5" x 11".

Premiered on May 9, 2006 in Los Angeles, CA.
by Susan Greenberg, flute, Roger Wilkie, violin,
Peter Stumpf, cello, and Delores Stevens, piano.

Audio clips excerpted from the live premiere, May 9, 2006.


""Unabashedly" accomplished something that few composers or pieces of music can: it's music that defies gravity."

------Alan Chapman, host, Modern Masterpieces, KUSC-FM radio, Los Angeles

     


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We need beauty and emotional truth for our sanity. Uneasy melancholy, anger and despair, quirky acceptance, calm, and complete elation, each pulse through our lives and insist that we stare directly, without flinching. When we are most true to ourselves, we neither mince our words nor parse our notes. We communicate as passionately and unabashedly as we wish.

 
 
 
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