Works

> “So long in coming” (2013) for Flute, Midi Vibraphone and Sample player. First performance was given by Margarita Timoshin-flute, and Oded Geizhals–vibraphone, on 08/08/2013 at HaTeiva, Tel Aviv/Jaffo, in a concert produced by the Israel Composers’ League. Published by Israel Music Centre, (IMC) 55 Rehov Menachem Begin, Tel Aviv 67138, Israel.

> “Mr Gong” (2012) for Big Band. Commissioned by Boaz Ben-Moshe for the Israeli Music Celebration. First performance: by the Hod HaSharon Big Band, conducted by Guri Agmon on 20.09.12 at the Rappaport Auditorium Haifa. The concert was broadcast live to air by Iraeli Radio station Kol HaMusica.

> “Taedet Animam Meam” (2010) for Tenor, Women’s Choir, Clarinet in Bb, Piano and String Quartet. Published by Israel Music Centre, (IMC) 55 Rehov Menachem Begin, Tel Aviv 67138, Israel.

> “Horizons” for Chamber Orchestra (2009) for Flute, Oboe, Clarinet in Bb, Bassoon, Horn in F, Trumpet in C, Bass Trombone, 2 Percussionists, Piano/Celesta, Strings.
ca. 9’ 00”.

> Loud Music With (Only A Few) Quiet Bits (2008) ca. 7’33”. Sextet for Flute, Clarinet in Bb, Bassoon, Piano, Violin and Cello. Written for Ensemble Meitar. First performance: by Ensemble Meitar conducted by Guy Feder on 12/09/2010, at Givatayim Theatre. The concert was produced by the Israel Music Festival, and broadcast by radio Voice of Music, Israel.
Published by Israel Music Centre, (IMC) 55 Rehov Menachem Begin, Tel Aviv 67138, Israel. IMC no. 3912.

> Variations for Cello and Piano (2007). ca. 7’40”
Commissioned by the Israel Composers’ League for performance by Conservatorium students.
First performance: 25/06/09 at the Israeli Music Conservatory, Tel Aviv by Noam Ofir and Lia Chen Perlov.
Published by Israel Music Centre, (IMC) 55 Rehov Menachem Begin, Tel Aviv 67138, Israel. IMC no. 3854.

> “Horizons” for small orchestra (2007): 2.2.2.2.- 4.2.3.1.-timp.-3 perc.-harp- celesta-strings (8.6.5.4.2.) ca. 14’ 40”.

> String Quartet in C. (2006)

> Horizons I for small orchestra (2006): 2.2.2.2.- 4.2.3.1.-timp.-3 perc.-harp- celesta-strings (8.6.5.4.2.). ca. 9 min.

> Music for Eight Instruments (revised 2008): for Flute, Oboe, Clarinet in Bb, Horn in F, Vibraphone, Violin I, Violin II, and Cello. Ca: 8’30”. Performed by the Israel Contemporary Players at the Festival Of Israeli Music, conducted by Nizan Leibovich, on 24/09/2008 at the Rebecca Crown Theatre, Jerusalem.

> Toccata for Eight Instruments (2005): for Oboe, Clarinet in Bb, Soprano Saxophone in Bb, Flugel Horn in Bb, Vibraphone, Electric Guitar, Violin and Cello. Ca: 8’30”.

> Music for Eight Instruments (2005): for Oboe, Clarinet in Bb, Soprano Saxophone in Bb, French Horn in F, Vibraphone, Mandolin, Violin and Cello. Ca: 8’30”.
First Performance: by the Israel Contemporary Ensemble, Conductor: Christian Eggen on 18/03/2006 at the Tel Aviv Museum, and 19/03/2006 at the Jerusalem Music Centre, Mishkenot She’ananim. Recorded and broadcast by radio Voice of Music, Israel.

> Suite: for Oboe, Bassoon and Piano. (2004) Ca: 10’32”.
Recorded: 18/01/05 by Yoram Lachish, Ayelet Balin and Ruth Zori and released on CD – “When Thou My Love Who”. Published by Israel Music Centre, (IMC) 55 Rehov Menachem Begin, Tel Aviv 67138, Israel. IMC no. 3637.

> “When Thou My Love Who” (2003) Six Shakespeare Sonnets for ‘Tape’ and Small Chamber Ensemble: Oboe, Mandolin, Harpsichord, Viola d’Amore, Cello, , Ca: 28’30”. Awarded the ACUM Prize for the Year 2004 (in the category of ‘Publication Encouragement’). ACUM is the Society of Authors, Composers and Music Publishers in Israel. Recorded: 15/07/03 and released on CD – “When Thou My Love Who”. IMI 7764.

> “Exile” for ‘Tape’ and String Quartet (2001), Ca: – 6’30”.
First Performance: was given by the Israel Contemporary String Quartet on 17/05/05 at the Felicia Blumenthal Auditorium, Tel Aviv.
Recorded: in 2002 and released on CD: “Works 1993-2001” in January 2003.

> “THE. EVIDENCE” for Saxophone Quartet (2001), Ca: – 8’30”.
Written for the Stockholm Saxophone Quartet.
Recorded: 31/07/03 in Paris by Pierre-stephone Meuge, Gan Lev, Vincent Daoud, and Serge Bertocchi and released on CD – “When Thou My Love Who”.
Published by Israel Music Centre, (IMC) 55 Rehov Menachem Begin, Tel Aviv 67138, Israel. IMC no. 2458.

> ENNEAGRAM for Orchestra (2000), for small orchestra: 2.2.2.2.- 4.2.3.1.-timp.-1 perc.-harp-strings (8.6.5.4.2.) Ca: – 11’.
First Performance: Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra 14/7/2000.
Conductor: David Porcelijn. Recording released on CD: “Works 1993-2001”.
Published by Israel Music Centre, (IMC) 55 Rehov Menachem Begin, Tel Aviv 67138, Israel. IMC no. 3569.

> “SONG OF PRAISE” (1999), Ca: – 5’30”. For unaccompanied choir of female voices: soprano, mezzo-soprano and alto, each group divided into two parts. Text: Judges 5, Vs. 3-5. Written for Na’amma Women’s Choir.

> CONCERTO FOR CHAMBER ORCHESTRA (1999) Ca: – 14’. Commissioned by Musica Nova (Israel). First Performance: Musica Nova Consort, Israel, on 05/06/99. Conductor: Konstantia Gourzi, at the Tel Aviv Museum,. Recording released on CD: “Works 1993-2001” in January 2003.

> STRING QUARTET No.1 (1998) Improvisations and Commentaries on Webern: Op.30, Ca: – 10’. Awarded the ACUM Prize for the Year 2000 for a chamber work submitted anonymously. First Performance: Multimedia String Quartet on 31/03/02 in the Hecht Museum Auditorium, University of Haifa.
Recording released on CD: “Works 1993-2001”. Published by Israel Music Centre, (IMC) 55 Rehov Menachem Begin, Tel Aviv 67138, Israel. IMC no. 1433.

> ENNEAGRAM for piano. (1997) Ca: – 11’.
First Performance: Gorka Bartolomei – piano, at the Jezreel Valley Music Centre, Israel, 21/05/98. Recorded by Tami Kanazawa, at the studio of Eyal Zaliuk in August, 1999. Recording released on CD: “Works 1993-2001” in January 2003.
Published by Israel Music Centre, (IMC) 55 Rehov Menachem Begin, Tel Aviv 67138, Israel. IMC no. 1342.

> “13 Ways To Tell” Variations for Flute, Violin and Piano. (1996) Ca: – 6’.
First Performance: at HED Music Centre, Yehud, Israel on the occasion of the
Third International Seminar of Contemporary Chamber Music.
Tamar Eisenberg – flute, Nabil Abud-Ashkar – violin, Itamar Gross – piano.
Published by Israel Music Centre, (IMC) 55 Rehov Menachem Begin, Tel Aviv 67138, Israel. IMC no. 1436
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> “the crux of mystery” (1996) for 16 solo voices – a capella. Ca: – 10’
Based on classical Chinese texts including the Tao te Ching by Lao Tsu.
This work was chosen by the Israeli branch of ISCM to represent Israel for “World Music Days” 1997 in Seoul, Korea.

> “IN MEMORIAM” (1995) for Symphony Orchestra: 3.3.3.3.- 4.4.4.1.- timp.- 5 perc.- celesta – strings (14.14.10.10.8.) Ca: – 25’. First Performance: Israel Philharmonic Orchestra 13/10/96, Conductor: Mendi Rodan.
Performance recorded and broadcast by Voice of Music, Israel.
Published: by Israel Music Institute (IMI) P.O.B. 3004 Tel Aviv. IMI 7091.

> SHAKESPEARE SONNET (1994)
For Mezzo-soprano and piano. Ca: – 3’.
Commissioned by Melisse Levine-Boscovitch for a broadcast by
Voice of Music, Israel.

> MOVEMENT FOR STRING QUINTET (1993) for 2vlns, vla & 2 vcls. Ca: 15’.
First performance: 25/04/1996 by the Twentieth Century Quartet with Georges Volkowitz (2nd Cello), in Concert No. 4 of the Megamot group (Directions), at Beit Yad LeBanim, Tel Aviv.

> MUSIC FOR STRING ORCHESTRA (1992-1993) for two string orchestras of 6.6.4.4.2. Ca: 25’.
Publishers: Israel Music Institute (I.M.I.) P.O.B. 3004 Tel Aviv. IMI 7113.

> “VERSE 1” (1992) for Soprano voice and Chamber Orchestra: picc./ fl., ob./E.H., cl. in Bb, bass cl. in Bb, bassoon, 2 Fr. Hrns, percussion:- xyl., crotales, sus. Cymbals, gongs, tam-tam, 5 wood blocks, snare & tenor drums, harp, 2 vlns, vla, vcl and contrabass. Ca: – 5’. The first performance was given in a workshop at the Music Academy –Tel Aviv University, June 1993. Conductor: Nizan Leibovich.

> QUARTET (1991) for cl. in Bb, vln., vcl, pno. Ca: 5’. The first performance was given in a workshop at the Music Academy –Tel Aviv University, June 1992.

> “GILGULO SHEL NIGUN” (Variations on a Jewish Folk Theme) (1991) for cl. in Bb, vln, vla, vcl, vib., xyl., perc. & jazz ensemble: alto & tenor saxophones, gtr., pno, bass, dms. Ca: – 30’. Commissioned by Sarah Helman for the workshop of the Kibbutz Contemporary Dance Company. First performance: 03/12/1994 at Beit Hershel, Kibbutz Gvat.

> DUO (1990) for violoncello and piano, Ca: – 3’. First performance: 30/10/1993, in Concert No.3 of the Megamot group, at Beit Yad LeBanim, Tel Aviv. Performers: Saul Schwartz – cello, Israel Gorsky – piano. Publishers: Israel Music Institute (I.M.I.) P.O.B. 3004 Tel Aviv. IMI 7114.

> “from spiralling” (1989-1990) for twelve solo voices a capella, Ca: – 20’. Based on a poem by e.e.cummings.

> TRIO (1989) for fl., tbn. & mba. The first performance was given in a workshop at the Music Academy –Tel Aviv University, January 1990.

> “TEMPLE BELLS” (1982) for jazz quartet: soprano sax, pno, bass, dms. Recorded in concert (06/04/1982) by 2MBS-FM and released on Jazz Action Sessions.

> “IT’S A LITTLE TOE TAPPER” (1979) for jazz ensemble: alto and tenor saxophones, violin, guitar, piano, bass & drums. Recorded at the Australian Broadcasting Commission and released on As Is One by the Contemporary Jazz Ensemble in 1980.

> “THE CLOTHS OF HEAVEN” (1978) for soprano voice and piano, set to the words of W.B.Yeats.

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