Spaindango – a Tango Caprice for Orchestra

Spaindango – a Tango Caprice began life as a piece for harpsichord, and Harbach transformed it into a “fetching piece, full of antique flourishes mixed with 20th-century rage and madness, a cauldron of churning notes,” as CD Review has called Harbach’s...

Eclipsis lunae for Orchestra

Eclipsis lunae for Orchestra When the people saw that the moon was beginning to cover the sun, they became deeply distressed and anxious.  To drive out the evil spirit that was covering the sun, they thought that music might dispel the darkness.  First, they offered...

Jubilee Symphony for Orchestra, Symphony No. 5

Jubilee Symphony was commissioned by the University of Missouri–St. Louis for their 50th Jubilee Anniversary, 1963-2013. The symphony was premiered October 9, 2013. The first movement, I. Bellerive, takes its name from the beautiful Bellerive Country Club which became...

In My Lunchbox

Judith Lang Zaimont is an internationally-recognized composer whose music is characterized by its expressive strength, dynamism, and rhythmic vitality. Her musical language is coloristic, employing a chromatic, almost centrifugal tonality which shrewdly balances the...

Two Rags for Solo Piano

Judith Lang Zaimont is an internationally-recognized composer whose music is characterized by its expressive strength, dynamism, and rhythmic vitality. Her musical language is coloristic, employing a chromatic, almost centrifugal tonality which shrewdly balances the...