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Electronic Music

I have a vast catalogue of works involving electronics and media. My electronic works focus largely on the exploration of sound and often juxtapose elements sounds from the physical world, with extended techniques, lush harmonies, and expressive lyricism. My electronic works put forth a humanistic approach, which seeks to transform the cold affect of computer music into a warm and introspective tool for expression. Improvisation and virtuosity play an important role in my electronic language. Many of my works stem from working with fantastic improvisers, who play a large role in bringing the human experience to the foreground. Improvisation and spontaneity become the building blocks for a music that is inherently unyielding. Creating the illusion of flexibility and freedom is an important goal in many of my electronic compositions. 

I have worked with jazz performers, and improvisers in creating free improvisations using live instruments and electronic media. I developed a very special relationship with virtuoso clarinetist, tarogato performer, and improviser

Esther Lamneck, and with her NYU New Music Ensemble.

In this section you will find examples of my works for instrument and electronics, instrumental improvisations with electronics, and, purely electronic tracks.    

Instrument an electroncs

Live Instruments With Electronics

Elegy for the Victims of Gun Violence, Madeleine Shapiro, Cello

00:00 / 11:01

Psalm of David, David Krakauer, Clarinet, Kathy Tagg, Piano

00:00 / 09:27

Still Life for Oboe and Electronics, Laura Medinsky, oboe

Ariel for flute, alto flute, and electronics, Rebecca Ashe, flute, 

Lisa Bost, Alto Flute

Refraction I for clarinet and electronics, Mauricio Salguero, clarinet

Improv and eletronics

Instrumental Improvisations With Electronics

Enchantment Esther Lamneck, tarogato

Stray Birds NYU New Music Ensemble, Esther Lamneck, Director

Carnaval NYU New Music Ensemble, Esther Lamneck, Director

Cells NYU New Music Ensemble, Esther Lamneck, Director

Ghost Birds, NYU New Music Ensemble, Esther Lamneck, Director


 Electronic Tracks

Stray Birds for video and electronics 

Fruit Gathering XXVI

A Song of the Winds and Waters

A Lament from Hue

Deep Breath

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