In one movement. Composed for the Lark Quartet. Premiered in New York, May 1993. An energetic work with a quiet, chordal coda. Of advanced difficulty. Printed from manuscript. Custom print edition.
In one movement. The title refers to the manner of bowing required by the composer; the performers are to dig deep into the strings for a thick sound. Of advanced difficulty.
In one movement. This work for woodwind quintet is mostly bright and rhythmic. Of advanced difficulty. Printed from manuscript.
In one movement. With performance notes. The right hand plays an insistant, samba-like rhythm while the left hand is dream-like. Of advanced difficulty. Duration ca. 2 minutes.
Ensemble Signal performs the music of Michael Gordon, David Lang, Julia Wolfe, and Deborah Artman.
Moore performs new music by John Luther Adams, Martin Bresnick, Missy Mazzoli, Kate Moore, and Julia Wolfe.
A CD+DVD set of new music, each work based on a previously existing sound recording. Includes music by Julia Wolfe, Michael Gordon, David Lang, Steve Reich, and others.
The Ethel String Quartet performs music by Don Byron, John Halle, Julia Wolfe, John King, Raz Mesinai, David Lang, Kenji Bunch, and Marcelo Zarvos.
Two discs of music performed by Bang On A Can All-Stars. Composers include Julia Wolfe, David Lang, Michael Gordon, Evan Ziporyn, David Longstreth, Conlon Nancarrow, Louis Andriessen, and Kate Moore.
Contents: Air / J. S. Bach -- All Vows / Michael Gordon -- Hide and Seek / Imogen Heap -- Three Parts Widsom / Glenn Kotche -- Heroin / Lou Reed -- Emunah / Julia Wolfe -- Kol Nidrei / Mohammed Fairouz -- Hellhound / David T. Little -- O Virtus Sapientae / Hildegard von Bingen.
In one movement. With program notes. Dedicated to Michael Gordon and Julia Wolfe. Commissioned by the Fromm Music Foundation at Harvard. Premiered by Bang On a Can All-Stars in New York, May 1995. The seventh piece in Bresnick's Opere della Musica Povera, this work was inspired by a story by Franz…
…Exposiciones (2005) : for toy piano and cd; Karlheinz Essl: Kalimba (2005) : for toy piano and cd; John Cage: Suite for Toy Piano (1948); Julia Wolfe: East Broadway (1996) : for toy piano and toy boombox; Phyllis Chen: The Memoirist part I (The Tale) (2007) : for toy piano, music box & frying…
Featuring Maria Keohane, Julia Doyle, Benjamin Hulett and Andreas Wolf. Peter Neumann, conducts the Cologne Chamber Choir and Collegium Cartusianum.
In one movement. Dedicated to Ruth Crawford Seeger. This work begins in a contemplative fashion before turning heavy and intense. Of advanced difficulty. Duration ca. 7 minutes.
In one movement. Commissioned by the Cassatt Quartet with funds from the Koussevitzky Foundation. This work begins and ends with slow sections featuring long glissandi. The middle section is more rhythmic in nature. Of advanced difficulty.
In one movement. Commissioned by the University of Wisconsin at River Falls. This work sets a text derived from Psalm 34. Of advanced difficulty. Duration ca. 8 minutes.
This disc of music by Wolfe features the Bang On a Can All-Stars, and Norway's Trio Medieval.
With performance notes. Commissioned by the Talujon Percussion Quartet. An energized, driving work. The last part of the music consists of patterns, with many textual instructions on how to play them. Custom print edition.
Commissioned by the Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival for Piano Circus (UK). An often dense and rock-influenced work. Of advanced difficulty.
In one movement. Commissioned by the McKim Fund in the Library of Congress. This work is rhythmic and propulsive throughout. Of advanced difficulty.
Contents: Foundation -- Breaker Boys -- Speech -- Flowers -- Appliances. Performed by the Bang On a Can All-Stars and Choir of Trinity Wall Street. Grammy Nominee 2016: Best Contemporary Classical Composition
Four compositions for multiples of individual instruments. With Matthew Welch, bagpipes; Lisa Moore, piano; Robert Black, double bass; and the Talujon Percussion Quartet.
Contents: Cruel Sister -- Fuel. Performed by Ensemble Resonanz.