Violin and Piano
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Hatzis’ stirring Menorah for violin and piano is a technically demanding work. The first movement, Shabbat Blessing, evokes a devotional Jewish melody, with a flickering, polyrhythmic piano accompaniment, before metric modulations and twelve-tone statements disrupt the work’s early tranquility. Second movement Kaddish Yatom’s jarring, impersonal extended techniques recall a generational trauma, while quotations of Wagner compete with iterations of twelve-tone rows amid disorienting tempo and register shifts in a symbolic battle of worldviews.
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