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Abraham Fabella, composer Works List Birthday Music (2012) for toy piano, written on the occasion of the 100th birthday of John Cage Premiered and published on YouTube, 20 December 2012 http://youtu.be/Fegn6h_khzE Beyond the Western Gate (2012) for harp Previewed and recorded by Jordan Thomas, November 2012 Undulatus Asperatus (2012) for organ awaiting premiere The Knowing Song (2011) for voice and piano, words by the composer for Marcela Pan, mezzo-soprano, yet to be premiered Carioca para Cristo Redentor (2011) for organ Premiered 23 November 2012 at All Saints’ Episcopal Church, Riverside, CA; the composer at the organ Moon Jewel (2011) for organ Premiered 9 October 2011 at All Saints’ Episcopal Church, Riverside, CA; the composer at the organ Easter Mood (2011) for one singer, words by Rudolf Steiner Premiered 25 September 2011 at Jan Hus Presbyterian Church, New York, NY; Beth Griffiths, soprano Rotae Rotarum (2011) for harpsichord awaiting premiere String Quartet no. 2 “Cicada Songs” (2011) awaiting premiere Aswang (2010) for harp and percussion awaiting premiere Otherwise (2009) for mezzo-soprano and piano, words by Jane Kenyon Previewed December 2009 at a vocal masterclass at UCLA; Abigail Villalta, mezzo-soprano and the composer at the piano Three Psalms (2009) for organ Premiered 19 June 2010 at Loma Linda University Church in Loma Linda, CA; the composer at the organ. ...And After That (2008) for English Horn, recorded on the Andamandum label


Premiered 18 November 2008 at Schoenberg Hall, UCLA; Ryan Zwahlen, English Horn String Quartet no. 1 (2008-2010) awaiting premiere Child’s Play (2005) for large orchestra Premiered May 2006 by the University of California, Riverside Orchestra; Ruth Charloff, conductor Chansons avant la tombee de la nuit (2005) for mezzo-soprano and piano, words by Paul Verlaine Premiered May 2005 in San Francisco by Katharine Daniel, voice and the composer at the piano Three Pieces for Jenn (2004-2005) for piano Premiered May 2005 in San Mateo, California by Jennifer Morita, piano There Is No Rose (2004) for mixed chorus, cello and organ Premiered 25 December 2004 by the choir of Transfiguration Episcopal Church, San Mateo. signals and interruptions (2004) for eight instruments Premiered November 2004 in San Francisco by students of SFCM; the composer conducting. Water Music (2004) for chamber ensemble Premiered May 2004 in San Francisco by SFCM New Music Ensemble; Nicole Paiement, conductor Prayer of St. Francis (2003) for mixed chorus and piano, published by Yelton Rhodes Press. Premiered November 2003 in San Francisco by students of SFCM; the composer conducting Descanso (2003) for violin and piano (in memoriam 9/11) Premiered October 2003 in San Francisco by Rebecca Ward, violin and the composer at the piano Oxidation (2002) for brass and percussion Premiered December 2002 in San Francisco by SFCM New Music Ensemble; Michael Schroeder, conductor Invocation and Dance (2002) for eight instruments Premiered May 2002 in Pasadena, CA by the Lontano Music Group; Matthew Cody, conductor Sonata (2001-2002) for bassoon and piano Mvts. I and II premiered May 2002 in San Francisco by Ryan Tamares, bassoon. Mvt. III premiered November 2003 by Matthew Arnold, bassoon. Quintet for piano and strings (2001) Premiered May 2003 in Berkeley, CA. Emily Packard, Val Coon, violins; Beeri Moalem, viola; Scott Krijnen, cello; the composer at the piano. Canciones Celestiales (2001) for mezzo-soprano and harpsichord, words by Federico Garcia Lorca


Premiered May 2001 in Riverside, CA. Marcela Pan, mezzo-soprano; the composer at the harpsichord. Euclid’s Toybox (2000) for oboe Premiered May 2000 in Riverside, CA. Robert Presler, oboe. Sonata (1999, rev. 2005) for clarinet and piano Premiered May 2000 in Riverside, CA. Kay Nevin, clarinet; the composer at the piano. Passacaglia (1998) for piano Premiered May 1999 in Riverside, CA with the composer at the piano.

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