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  • Weeping Willow (Score)

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    “Weeping Willow” is a dramatic, soulful work for two violins and piano. Calling upon the Jewish heritage of similar works (like Ernest Bloch’s “Baal Shem” and John Williams’ music for “Schindler’s List”), this duet explores passionate worlds of texture, from drawn-out, twisting melodies of heartbreak to the fury of driving, desperate passages. Completed in 2016, “Weeping Willow” runs about 6.5 minutes long.

  • The Oracle (Score)

    $18.00

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    The 2016 work for flute/piccolo, Bb clarinet, violin, cello, and piano.

    Using 50 tarot cards to create the framework, there is both an element of chance (in that the process of drawing the cards and their placement in the 5 separate tarot spreads, is all random) and an element of “foreordained knowledge” (or pre-compositional structure).

    “The Oracle” has thus emerged as a multi-faceted, deeply layered, story-driven reflection of the human condition.

  • Leviathan of the Ancient Deep (Score)

    $57.00

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    Score for the 2008 three-movement concerto for solo 6-string electric violin, chamber orchestra, EWI (Electric Wind Instrument), and synthesizer. Approx. 25 minutes long. (Updated Parts are coming soon!)

    Taking its cue from the Hebrew description of the Creature of antiquity and imagination, this Concerto features the virtuosic properties of the six-string electric violin with its immense range, while the various and creative sounds available to the synthesizer and electric wind instrument (EWI) enhance the beauty of the acoustic orchestra.

  • Musical Response Suite from The Book of I (Score)

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    The complete Score from the Original Soundtrack to the novel, “The Book of I” by Jorge Armenteros. Featuring string orchestra, percussion, and a variety of soloists and small ensemble combinations.

    “…the soundtrack composed by Sarah Wallin Huff stands out as both a powerful album, taking its listener on an emotional journey of beauty, despair, and hope, as well as a fascinating study of the composer’s visceral and intellectual connection to the source material…the album is a stunning collection of gorgeous, orchestral selections comprised mostly of string instruments that are, at times, vividly haunting but always entirely engrossing.” – Barbra Dillon, Fanboy Comics.

  • I Know What Death Sounds Like (Book of I)

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    For string orchestra and solo violin.

  • Phillipy is Fragmented (Book of I)

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    For string orchestra and amplified string trio (vln, vla, cello).

  • Gypsy Wanderer

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    Sonata for Violin and Piano. Includes four movements.

  • Weeping Willow (Score & Parts)

    $18.00

    Score & Parts instant download.

    “Weeping Willow” is a dramatic, soulful work for two violins and piano. Calling upon the Jewish heritage of similar works (like Ernest Bloch’s “Baal Shem” and John Williams’ music for “Schindler’s List”), this duet explores passionate worlds of texture, from drawn-out, twisting melodies of heartbreak to the fury of driving, desperate passages. Completed in 2016, “Weeping Willow” runs about 6.5 minutes long.

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