Author Archives: oxingalemusic

Impromptu for Solo Viola

By Luna Pearl Woolf | For Solo Viola | 7′ “…extended contrapuntal play…” for the viola

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Midi

By Lewis Spratlan | An Opera in One Act | 49′ Continue reading

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Arpeggione for Cello and String Orchestra

By Luna Pearl Woolf | For Solo Cello and SATB Choir a cappella | 26′ Continue reading

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Missa in Fine Orbis Terrae

By Luna Pearl Woolf | For Choir and Organ | 11′

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Calgary Herald: Evelyn Glennie and Land’s End Ensemble provide spectacular evening

“Woolf seems to have carefully considered the relationship of physicality to the performers’ bodies, for example their height, physical performance characteristics and their physical relationship with the instrument. Set in shards of imitative Bach cello suite fragments, and buttressed with … Continue reading

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Joy Song

By Lewis Spratlan | For solo clarinet | 10′

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Of War

By Lewis Spratlan | For Mixed SATB Chorus, and Orchestra| 30′

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Dreamworlds

By Lewis Spratlan | For Piano, four hands | 15′

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Bangladesh

By Lewis Spratlan | For Piano| 14′

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Duo for Violin and Cello

By Luna Pearl Woolf | For Violin and Cello| 3′

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Entanglement

By Luna Pearl Woolf | For Cello and Percussion | 10′

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Act Without Words

By Luna Pearl Woolf | For Clarinet in B flat| 15′

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Tippet Fugue

By Luna Pearl Woolf | For Cello Piccolo and Harpsichord| 3′

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One to One to One

By Luna Pearl Woolf | For Three Female Voices, Three Cellos,  and Three Basses | 15′

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San Francisco Classical Voice: the Dizzying World of György Ligeti

March 21, 2017 “Woolf’s illustrative music here … skillfully augments the performers’ movements. Short motivic bursts illustrate the sudden actions of the man falling off a box and throwing himself against a wall, for example —but  when he cradles the length … Continue reading

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Center for New Music: Interview with Luna Pearl Woolf about Act Without Words I

March 14, 2017 “…Whatever the presence is that’s calling the man’s attention to various things in the play has its own attitude – silly, flirty, angry – and becomes its own kind of character. Since Beckett does not include any … Continue reading

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New York Times: When musicians get up and move

By CORINNA da FONSECA-WOLLHEIM JULY 28, 2017 A Victorian dictum, now out of fashion, states that children should be seen, not heard. The opposite might be said of the 19th-century concert setup: Players were to be heard, not seen — or at … Continue reading

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Examiner: PENTATONE tries to get the jump on Christmas music marketing

Originally posted on Oxingale Music:
29 October 2015 “Woolf has mustered just the right combination of sonorities and thematic material that makes the perfect glove to fit Wilner’s poetic hand.” Last August PENTATONE decided that the summer would be the perfect…

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Herald-Times: Chamber Choir Focuses on Musical, Verbal Message

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March 5, 2013 The Bloomington chamber choir Voces Novae performs with artistic integrity and is motivated by social conscience. … At the heart of the concert was a performance of “Après Moi, le Déluge,” for…

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La Fabrique Culturelle TV: Cordes et discorde

06 May 2016 Watch a four minute video of Luna Pearl Woolf’s 12 May 2016 Triptyque program at the Salle Bourgie, Montreal Museum of Fine Arts from La Fabrique Culturelle TV. The program features Mélange à trois, One to One to One, and Rumi: Quatrains of … Continue reading

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