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Water Rocks

by David Homan

"From Alzheimer's Disease to unrequited love, from understanding death to being at peace, or accepting a complete lack of control, the themes of these nine pieces are designed to take the listener on a journey."
Genre: Classical: Romantic Era
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1. Despite Our Fears
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2. For Holly
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10:11 $0.99
3. Digging
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4. Romeo & Juliet Pas De Deux
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5. Water Rocks
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6. Have Been Resolved
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7. Melancholy Dance
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8. Black Ribbons
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9. It Is What It Is
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Album Notes
Despite Our Fears: Movement III of the All Our Yesterday's Suite. Performed and Recorded Live at Merkin Hall, NYC 2004
Sean Schulich, Flute, Dean LeBlanc, Clarinet, Pauline Kim and Neil Dufallo, Violin, Daniel Panner, Viola, Christine Kim, Cello, and Adrienne Kim, Piano

For Holly: Commissioned by Ariel Rivka Dance and Premiered at MMAC. Recorded at the Bunker Studios, NYC 2012
Nadav Lev, Guitar, Yoed Nir, Cello, and Renana Gutman, Piano

Digging: Commissioned by Missy Smith/Biodance, and performed and recorded at Rochester University, NY 2005
Rochester Piano Trio

Romeo and Juliet Pas de Deux: Commissioned by Davis Robertson and BalletNY. Performed and Recorded Live at the Joyce Theatre, NYC 2005
Pauline Kim and Conrad Harris, Violin, Dov Scheindlin, Viola, and Christine Kim, Cello

Water Rocks: Commissioned by WalkingTalking/Catherine Miller and Premiered at MMAC. Recorded at the Bunker Studios, NYC, 2012
Yoed Nir, Cello, and Renana Gutman, Piano

Have Been Resolved: Movement V of the All Our Yesterday's Suite. Performed and Recorded Live at Merkin Hall, NYC 2004
Sean Schulich, Flute, Dean LeBlanc, Clarinet, Jacqueline Leclair, Oboe, Pauline Kim and Neil Dufallo, Violin, Daniel Panner, Viola, Christine Kim, Cello, Adrienne Kim, Piano

Melancholy Dance: Composed for Amanda Holt at Bard College, 1999. Performed and Recorded at Merkin Hall, NYC 2008.
Yoed Nir, Cello, and David Homan, Piano

Black Ribbons: Commissioned by Choreographer Renata Celichowska and composed during a Norton Island Residency 2004. Performed and Recorded at Merkin Hall, NYC 2008
David Byrd-Marrow, French Horn, and Xiayin Wang, Piano

it is what it is: Commissioned by Randy James Dance Works 2007. Performed and Recorded Live at Merkin Hall, NYC 2008
Bela Horvath, Violin, Yuiko Kamakari, Viola, Yoed Nir, Cello, and Xiayin Wang, Piano


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