Gilad Hochman Composer Israel Berlin New Classical Music Composer Art Musc Live Concert

Most impressive is Mr. Hochman’s gift for

assembling musical gestures  ─  The New York Times

 Orchestral

A Voice in the Wilderness for orchestra

Nedudim for solo mandolin and string orchestra

Suspended Reality for orchestra

 

Concertino for string orchestra and flute obbligato

Happily Ever After for orchestra

Voice for violin and large ensemble 

Vocal and Choral

 

​Night Winds for soprano and piano

Whom My Soul Loveth for cello solo and choir

Beyond Nine Lakes for choir

Sim Shalom (Grant Peace) for cantor and choir

Szymborska for woman’s ensemble

On the Verge of an Abyss for mixed ensemble

Prayer of the Living for choir

Voice and Ensemble

 

River of Silence for soprano, theorbo and ussion

 

Lior for soprano and ensemble

The Creation Septet for soprano and ensemble

 

Chamber

 

Shedun Fini for clarinet, cello and piano

Slightly Disturbed for violin, clarinet and cello

Prayer without Words for sop. saxophone and harp

Nocturnal Episode for shakuhachi and baroque violin

 

Quest for saxophone and piano

Brief Memories for string trio

Five for mixed quartet

Restricted Military Zone for percussion duo

 

Operation 60-20 for percussion duo

 

Winter for flute and vibraphone

Solo

Akeda for viola

Rhapsody for cello

 

Variations for violin 

 

Monologue for saxophone

Two Episodes for mandolin

In Pursuit Of... for solo harpsichord 

90 Sec. for saxophone

 

Pia-no! - prelude and toccata 

Pondering on a Memory for cello

Moment Before… for violin

Three Episodes for saxophone

 

Makom - fantasia for flute


Israel 2001 for violin

Broken Glass for piano

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