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AHIMSA

Performed by Marek Štilec conducting the Czech Chamber Philharmonic Pardubice

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String orchestra and more

Pavanne for a World Without War

Performed by Camerata Philadelphia. Stephen Framil, conductor.

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The Four Elements

Performed by Camerata Philadelphia. Stephen Framil, conductor. Brett Douglas Deubner, viola.

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Mystical Songs

Performed by Camerata Philadelphia. Stephen Framil, conductor. Pei-ju (Peggy) Yu, soprano. Brett Douglas Deubner, viola.

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In Praise of Reason

Performed by Camerata Philadelphia. Stephen Framil, conductor and cello. Trish Giangiulio & Jonathan Clark, French horns.

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Ophelia Songs

Recorded live in a performance by One World Symphony, Sung Jin Hong, music director; Kate Oberjat, soprano; Ruth Bennett, harp.

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Two Sad Songs

Recorded live by One World Symphony, Sung Jin Hong, music director; Jennifer S. Greene, soprano.

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Morning Music

Recorded live in Oji Hall, Tokyo. Duo+ Ensemble.

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Selected scenes from

The Invisible Ballet

One World Symphony, conducted by Sung Jin Hong.

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Songs

Canciones de la Tierra

Performed by Anna Tonna & Ralph Farris.

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An Incalculable Loss

Performed by Kyle Engler & Stephen Framil.

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5 Rilke Songs

Performed by Pandolfis Consort with Lisa Rombach, soprano.

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Songs of Loss and Remembering (Rilke)

Performed by Pandolfis Consort with Lisa Rombach, soprano.

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Les Fugitifs (Rilke)

Performed by Nicholas Spanos & Ingrid Rohrmoser.

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2 Love Songs (Heine)

Performed by Pandolfis Consort with NIcholas Spanos, countertenor.

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Schnee und Eis (Rose Ausländer)

Performed by Lisa Rombach & Ingrid Rohrmoser.

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Schlaflied fur dich (Selma Meerbaum-Eisinger)

Performed by Lisa Rombach & Pandolfis Consort.

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A Collection of Songs to Poems by Charl Cilliers

Performed by Nancy Allen Lundy, soprano and Stephen Gosling, piano.

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The Violin Sings in a Common Language

Performed by Nancy Allen Lundy, soprano and Ralph Farris, violin.

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4 Songs to Poems by Hart Crane

Performed by Nancy Allen Lundy, soprano and Stephen Gosling, piano.

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6 Songs (W.B. Yeats)

Performed by Nancy Allen Lundy, soprano and Stephen Gosling, piano

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selection from Le Lay de Plour (Guillaume Machaut)

Performed by Laure Slabiak, contralto and Olivier Slabiak, violin

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String Quartets

American Landscapes

Performed by the Diderot Quartet.

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Lonely Voices

Performed by the Diderot Quartet.

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At the Center of All Things

Performed by the Diderot Quartet.

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The Time is Past

Performed by Camerata Philadelphia string players, Stephen Framil, music director. Luigi Mazzocchi / Blake Espy, violins; Jonathan Kim, viola; Stephen Framil, cello.

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Afterwards, there were no more wars (from a future history)

Performed by Camerata Philadelphia string players, Stephen Framil, music director. Luigi Mazzocchi / Blake Espy, violins; Jonathan Kim, viola; Stephen Framil, cello.

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Dreaming of a Better World

Performed by Camerata Philadelphia string players. Stephen Framil, music director. Luigi Mazzocchi / Blake Espy, violins; Jonathan Kim, viola; Stephen Framil, cello.

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The Beckoning Stars

Performed by Camerata Philadelphia string players; Stephen Framil, music director. Luigi Mazocchi / Blake Espy, violins; Jonathan Kim, viola; Stephen Framil, cello.

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To a Child

Live performance by Duo + Ensemble, with soprano Kimiko Hata. Oji Hall, Tokyo.

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Chamber Music

Music inspired by 2 poems against war (for solo cello)

Performed by Christina Gullans, with poems read by Stanley Grill.

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Sonata (for cello solo)

Performed by Juan Aguilera Cerezo.

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Melville’s Dream

Performed by the Umbria Ensemble.

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Lieder ohne worte

Performed by Pandolfis Consort.

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Songs for Astrid

A suite of folk-like tunes for solo flute. Dedicated to my granddaughter. Performed by Myriam Hidber Dickinson.

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Imaginary Dances

A suite of dances for solo violin. Performed by Luigi Mazzocchi.

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Sea and Sky

Duet for violas. Performed by Brett Deubner.

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Sonatine

Arranged for 3 violas. Performed by Brett Deubner.

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Transfiguration

Music for 4 violas. Performed by Brett Deubner.

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Remember

Performed by the Deubner-Steigerwald Duo (Brett Deubner, viola and Thomas Steigerwald, piano)

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Aphorisms II

Performed by the Deubner-Steigerwald Duo (Brett Deubner, viola and Thomas Steigerwald, piano)

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Suite for solo viola

Performed by Brett Douglas Deubner.

Border Crossings

Performed by Concerts for Compassion (Mariella Haubs & Jocelyn Zhu)

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Divisions

Composed for di.vi.sion piano trio. Live recording of the premiere performance. Kurt Briggs (violin), Matt Goeke (cello) and Renee Briggs (piano).

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Echo

Performed by Willingdon House Music

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Nonet (for New York)

Music for New York, composed in the aftermath of 9/11. Bronx Arts Ensemble, with guest artist Jorge Avila, violin.

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Ode to the Possibility of Peace

From a live performance by Duo + Ensemble. Oji Hall, Tokyo.

Civil War Songs

From a live performance by violist Brett Deubner and pianist Beth Levin.

In Their Flight

Christina Rolm, soprano; Elena McEntire, mezzo soprano; Emanouil Manolov, violin; Miho Zaitsu, cello.

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Thinking of You

4 poems by Canadian poet John MacKenzie. Adrienne Metzinger, soprano; Simone Uranovsky, cello; Jacqueline Kerrod, Harp.

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Vignettes/Trees

From a set of 7 poems by William Carlos Williams, all about trees. These are 4 from the set. Elena McEntire & Amber Smoke, mezzo sopranos; Jessica Cesana & Gil Selinger, cellos.

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Electronica

Music for midi instruments. No score available.

Crazy Jane Sings

Recorded at Bennett Studios on a gorgeous Bosendorfer concert grand. The yummiest piano I ever played on.

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