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Vocal music, by Eliane Aberdam

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2015 : The Heart of Shahrazad, for soprano, actress and harp commissioned by Amiche, Premiered in Pittsburgh, PA, Aug 13,14,15,2015
2013 : Deux Poemes Oceaniques, for soprano, harp and violin.
Poems by Rabindranath Tagore & R. K. Munkittrick
Premiered at the Governor Lippitt House by Providence Premieres, April 19, 2013.
Blythe Walker, soprano, Hyunjung Choi, harp, Alexey Shabalin, violin
2006-2007Tamar, for chamber opera Premiered at URI, March 2007
1995 : Un Anneau Couleur de Lune, for mezzo-soprano and piano. Premiered in Berkeley, November 1, 1997. Performed in Grenoble, October 3, 2004. URI, April 19th, 2009 UAS concert, with M. Frazier, and J. Maxon-Carpenter
1995 : Balshemtov, for soprano, clarinet and piano (Yiddish poem by Zicha Landau). Premiered in Concord (MA), June 1994, with the Row Twelve Ensemble. Performed : Grenoble, Olivier Messiaen Hall, with Patricia Samuel, soprano, November 22, 1995; Grenoble, Marseille, Aix en Provence, The Jerusalem Quintet, March 14-16, 1996; Colombus (Ohio), International Clarinet Association, July 10, 1998; Kingston (URI), Collage Concert, April 7, 2002.
1993 : Massala Kingdom, for bass voice, harp, marimba and percussion Premiered in Berkeley (CA), November 17, 1993
1990 : Alcools, for soprano, harp and flute. Text : Alcools by G. Apollinaire. Premiered in Philadelphia, Curtis Institute, April 27, 1991
1990 : Quattro Canti, for voice, flute, clarinet, violin, viola and cello (Italian poems). Premiered in Jerusalem, Rubin Academy, June 1988; Jerusalem, Ha Bamah Theater, July 8, 1988; Hebrew University, May 22, 1989
1986 : Gerusalemme, for soprano and two flutes. Text: Gerusalemme Liberata by Tasso. Premiered in Jerusalem, Rubin Academy, June 1886; Berkeley (CA), St. Joseph of Aramathea Church, February 5, 1995.
1986 : Vocalize, for soprano, mezzo-soprano and alto.

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