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"Mother's Piano" ("Hapsanter Shel Ima")
, 5'10
Sung by Chava Alberstein.
Lyrics: Rachel Shapira
Music: Moshe Wielensky
Duration:
5'10"
Composing Year:
1983
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"Woman’s Burden" ("Masa Isha") - music for dance I
1998, 6'19
Music for dance. 
Duration:
6'19"
Composing Year:
1998
Preformance Year:
1998
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"Woman’s Burden" ("Masa Isha") - music for dance II
1998, 5'21
Music for dance. 
Duration:
5'21"
Composing Year:
1998
Preformance Year:
1998
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''Encounters I'' for Oud and Piano
2005, 11'34"
Encounters I is my first piece written for the Oud and particulary for the virtuosoOud player mr. Taiseer Elias. In this piece I’ve combined in a kind of confronting dialogue two instruments which represent typically their respective musical tradition: the noble Oud standing for the Middle – Eastern heritage and the Piano standing for the Western heritage. I’ve tried to emphasize in each instrument its typical attributes; The plucking and short notes of the Oud against the long sustain notes of the Piano using the pedal, and the linear quality of the Oud line against the chordal more densed texture of the Piano. The piece develops in a kind of free raphsodic way leaving ample of space for improvisation.
Duration:
11'34""
Composing Year:
1992
Preformance Year:
2005
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Metamorphosis II - for piano solo (Video)
2008, 10'27"
Commissioned by the Arthur Rubinstein International Piano Competition as a mandatory piece in the 2008 Competition.
Metamorphosis I examines in a way the most resonant intervals-the perfect octave and the perfect fifth. These first two intervals of the overtone series were almost banned by the most strict followers of the atonal and serial music. This extreme stand was partly due to their reaction against the excessive use of octaves in the Romantic piano literature and partly because the fifth as a delimited interval defined the major and minor chords representing the tonal/modal system they wanted to abolish. Also by being so consonant and stable, using these intervals was against the sentiments of an epoch sanctifying dissonance and instability.
 
These very attributes mentioned above are those which attract my creative imagination and my musical sensibility. I like the very fact that these intervals are so sonorous and their use seems to me to be very idiomatic and natural for the piano.
 
The very different, even contrasting moods of the consequent movements conceal the fact that they all share the basic musical material which undergoes far reaching changes-in short –a metamorphosis.
Duration:
10'27""
Composing Year:
2008
Preformance Year:
2008
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