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De Color : For Violin and Marimba.
Publisher: Peer International

Custom Print.

Price: $40.00

Momentum : Solo Piano.
Publisher: Peer International

Price: $7.95

Son Sonora : For Flute and Guitar.
Publisher: Peer International

Price: $42.00

De Memorias : For Woodwind Quintet.
Publisher: Peer International

Price: $50.00

Parajota Delate : Quintet For Flute, Clarinet, Violin, Cello And Piano.
Publisher: Peer International

Rhythms of her native Cuba, European contemporary harmonies, jazz and gospel influences from North America are craftily interwoven in Tania Leon's music. The present work was commissioned by the Da Capo Chamber Players as a birthday tribute to Joan Tower.

Price: $19.95

Bata : For Orchestra (1985).
Publisher: Peer International

Composed on commission from the Bay Area Women's Philharmonic, which premiered it in 1985. The title refers to the Bata drums used in religious festivities by the Yoruba people of West Africa. Program note by the composer. Biographi cal sketch. Instrumentation; duration: ca 6 minutes.

Price: $25.00

Price: $20.00

In Motion : Haiku; Inura. [CD]
Publisher: Albany Records

Contents: Haiku, for narrator and mixed ensemble (1973) -- Inura, for voices, strings and percussion (2009). Various artists.

Price: $17.98

Indigena : For Chamber Ensemble.
Publisher: Peer International

Price: $20.00

Price: $16.00

Eight Visions : A New Anthology For Flute and Piano / Marya Martin, Flute. [CD]
Publisher: Naxos

Martin performs music by Kenji Bunch, Paul Moravec, Chen Yi, Tania Leon, Eve Beglarian, Savid Sanford, Melissa Hui, and Ned Rorem. With Colette Valentine, piano.

Price: $12.98

(In) Habitation : Musical Settings Of Margaret Atwood Poetry by American Woman Composers. [CD]
Publisher: Centaur

With soprano Eileen Strempel and pianist Sylvie Beaudette. Includes music by Judith Cloud, Elisenda Fabregas, Amanda Harberg, Lori Laitman, Libby Larson, and Tania Leon.

Price: $16.98

Eight Visions : A New Anthology For Flute And Piano.
Publisher: Theodore Presser Co.
ISBN13: 9781598062212

Flutist Marya Martin commissioned these works. Includes music by Kenji Bunch, Paul Moravec, Chen Yi, Tania Leon, Eve Beglarian, David Sanford, Melissa Hui, and Ned Rorem. With brief biographical and program notes for each piece.

Price: $45.00

Stolen Gold / Airi Yoshioka, Violin. [CD]
Publisher: Albany Records

Contents: Abanico / Tania Leon -- Wave Mechanics II / Karen Tanaka -- Al Airi lepo Sviri / Milica Paranosic -- Stolen Gold / Anna Rubin -- Magnificat 3-Lament / Linda Dusman -- Kyrielle / Alice Shields -- Pulse / Becca Schack.

Price: $17.98

Women Of Influence In Contemporary Music : Nine American Composers / ed. by Michael Slayton.
Publisher: Scarecrow Press
ISBN13: 9780810877429

Portraits of nine 21 century American woman composers: Elizabeth R. Austin; Susan Botti; Gabriela Lena Frank; Jennifer Higdon; Libby Larsen; Tania Leon; Cindy McTee; Marga Richter; and Judith Shatin. For each composer, the book includes a conversation with the composer, an analysis of a piece of…

Price: $83.00

Liaisons - Re-Imagining Sondheim From The Piano : 37 Piano Compositions.
Publisher: Rilting Music
ISBN13: 9781495077937

…Fred Hersch: No One Is Alone -- Ethan Iverson: Send in the Clowns -- Gabriel Kahane: Being Alive -- Phil Kline: Paraphrase (Someone in a Tree) -- Tania León: going . . . gone -- Ricardo Lorenz: The Worst [Empanadas] in London -- Wytnon Marsalis: That Old Piano Roll -- Paul Moravec: I Think About You…

Price: $45.00

Four Pieces : For Violoncello (1981).
Publisher: Peer International

A reflective work, composed in memory of the composer's father, shortly after his death; the second movement (piece) is a prayer. Born in Cuba, Leon lived in New York since 1967 and became the first Music Director of the Dance Theatr of Harlem in 1969.

Price: $9.95

Entre Nos : For B Flat Clarinet, Bassoon and Piano.
Publisher: Peer International

Price: $15.00

Saoko : For Brass Quintet (1997).
Publisher: Peer International

In one movement. With program and biographical notes. This work is comprised of a series of suddenly shifting genres and moods. Includes some spoken word and improvisation. Of advanced difficulty.

Price: $24.95

Sol De Doce : For Twelve Solo Voices (SSSAAATTTBBB) / Text by Pedro Mir.
Publisher: Peer International

Custom Print.

Price: $14.95

To and Fro : For Mezzo-Soprano and Piano.
Publisher: Peer International

Price: $10.00

Hechizos : For Chamber Orchestra (1994).
Publisher: Peer International

Dedicated to the composer's mother, this one-movement work consists of two prologues with only a few instruments, followed by the main body of the music. With performance notes. Duration ca. 20 minutes.

Price: $24.95

A La Par : For Piano And Percussion.
Publisher: Peer International

Price: $30.00