Category Archives: Luna Pearl Woolf

Too Many Vodka Tonics

By Luna Pearl Woolf | For String Quartet | 5′

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To the Fire

By Luna Pearl Woolf | For 6 male voices or AATBBB choir | 13′

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Between the Bars

By Luna Pearl Woolf | For Soprano, Cello, and Piano| 5′

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But I Digress…

By Luna Pearl Woolf | For String Ensemble and Percussion Quartet| 15′

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Traum Durch die Dämmerung

By Luna Pearl Woolf | For Soprano and Piano| 5′

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One to One to One

By Luna Pearl Woolf | For 3 Female Voices, 3 Cellos, 3 Basses| 15′

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Lili’uokalani for Solo Cello

By Luna Pearl Woolf | For Solo Cello| 10′

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Impromptu for Solo Viola

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

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Arpeggione for Cello and String Orchestra

By Luna Pearl Woolf | For Solo Cello and string orchestra| 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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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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BETTER GODS

Better Gods, an opera by composer Luna Pearl Woolf and librettist Caitlin Vincent, commissioned by the Washington National Opera, Francesca Zambello, Artistic Director,

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BroadwayWorld Review: BETTER GODS Soars at the Kennedy Center

January 11, 2016 “Ms. Woolf’s gorgeous score is underlined by the use of traditional Hawaiian chants and her score utilized authentic instruments like the nose flute, Kala’au (percussive sticks), and Ili’ili (castanets), that are native to the island.”

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DC Metro Theater Arts: Review: ‘Better Gods’ at The Washington National Opera

January 9, 2016 “Woolf’s new and original composition uses Hawaiian instruments to add an audible authenticity to the story. Throughout the opera the nose flute, Kalaʻau (warrior sticks made from strawberry guava trees), and ʻIliʻili (stone castanets) amplify the sadness … Continue reading

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New York Times: What Happens When Bach Visits the Cafeteria

by DAVID ALLEN October 27, 2015 Students eating at Columbia University’s John Jay Dining Hall, an airy den reverberating with undergraduate chatter, were in for a surprise last Wednesday. When they walked in for dinner, they found Matt Haimovitz — … Continue reading

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How Bright the Darkness

By Luna Pearl Woolf | For Treble Choir, Harp, Percussion, and String Orchestra | 6′

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