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13 works in Donemus catalogue

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Quarantine Music Nº 1 : for flute a cappella / Amos Elkana

Genre: Chamber music
Subgenre: Flute
Instruments: fl

Quarantine Music Nº 2: "Zanshin" : for double bass a cappella / Amos Elkana

Genre: Chamber music
Subgenre: Double bass
Instruments: db

Judgment Day : for bassoon / Amos Elkana

Genre: Chamber music
Subgenre: Bassoon
Instruments: fg

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It Takes Time : Concerto for percussion and large ensemble / Amos Elkana

Genre: Orchestra
Subgenre: Percussion and large ensemble
Instruments: perc-solo fl/picc/fl-a ob/eh cl/cl-b fg f tpt-picc/tpt trb 2vn vla vc db

 

composer

Elkana, Amos

Born in Boston in 1967, Amos Elkana grew up in Jerusalem. He studied Jazz guitar at Berklee College of Music and composition at the New England Conservatory of Music. He then went on to Bard College, where he earned an MFA in electronic music and sound. Over the years, Elkana has received numerous awards for his compositions, among them the 2011 Israeli Prime Minister’s Prize for Music Composition. Elkana composes concert music for orchestras, ensembles and individual performers as well as for dance, theatre and film. His works have been performed and recorded by ensembles and musicians from all over the world, including the Berlin Symphony Orchestra, the Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra, The Israel Symphony Orchestra and more. Elkana is also an active performer. He regularly participates in concerts and performances of improvised music where he plays the electric guitar and does computer processing.