List of Works


Recollection for eight percussionists, 1991 (CD Karos Percussion Ensemble, Eun Hye Park, no date; The Music of Eun Hye Park, McCormick Percussion Group, Capstone Records, 2007)

Ephphatha for eight marimba players 1996 (CD Karos Percussion Ensemble, Eun Hye Park, no date; The Music of Eun Hye Park, McCormick Percussion Group, Capstone Records, 2007).

Disturbance for violin and nine percussionists 1997 (CD Karos Percussion Ensemble, Eun Hye Park, no date; The Music of Eun Hye Park, McCormick Percussion Group, Capstone Records, 2007).

Prism for flute and ten percussionists 1996 (CD Karos Percussion Ensemble, Eun Hye Park, no date).

Dream for fifteen percussionists 1998

The Forest of Sunflowers for oboe, five marimbas, and bass marimba 1998

Vital for twelve percussionists 1998

Resurrection for marimba solo and sixteen percussionists 1998

Ezekiel 37 for two violins, viola, and cello 2001

Hephzibah for flute, oboe, clarinet, horn, and bassoon 2001

Zephaniah 317 for violin, cello, and harp 2001

Psalm 117 for clarinet and harpsichord 2001

Isaiah 469 for five cellos 2001

The River of Life for orchestra 2002

Beulah for five flutes 2002

The Wind of Spirit for string orchestra 2002

Sovereign Lord for five cellos 2002

The River of Joy for chamber orchestra 2002

God the Novissimus for four male voices and chamber orchestra 2003

Mittokh Hassene for solo cello 2003

Cycloid for two violins and cello 2004

God’s Dabhar for violin, viola, and cello 2004

Necrophilia and Biophilia for five violas 2004

Bara, Berakha and Berith for berakha drums for ten percussionists 2004

Yom Kippur for voice, four marimbas, bass marimba, and four timpanis 2003 (CD The Music of Eun Hye Park, McCormick Percussion Group, Capstone Records, 2007)

Cheo Yong (Dance of Transcendence) for four percussionists and one dancer 2004 (CD The Music of Eun Hye Park, McCormick Percussion Group, Capstone Records, 2007)

Imago Dei for cello, three marimbas, and bass marimba 2004 (CD The Music of Eun Hye Park, McCormick Percussion Group, Capstone Records, 2007)

Rehamim for violin, viola, cello, and six dancers 2005

Anawim for two violas and two dancers 2005

No Exit for six dancers and six percussionists 2005

Visions for voice, five percussionists, and six dancers 2006

Perichoresis for two violas, voice, and eight dancers 2006

Special Tune for the West Longitude for two pianos, five percussionists, voice, and eleven dancers 2006

Compatior for solo viola and dancer 2007

Nabi for solo viola and dancer 2007

Teleios for solo viola and dancer 2006

Dancing Sarah’s Circle for ten violas and dancers 2007 revised for string orchestra, 2009

Chockma for violin and piano 2007

Incipit vita nova for violin, cello, piano, and dancers 2007

Hoffnungstrager for four clarinet 2007

Lasare, Deuro Exo for violin and ten percussionists 2008

Jehova Sabaoth for three percussionists 2008

Talita Cumi for solo viola 2009

Chera in nain for two pianos 2009

Tov Meod for chamber orchestra 2009

Arnion Gamos Deipnon for chamber orchestra 2009

Homo Ludens for chamber orchestra 2009

Ode Moses Ode Tou Arniu for violin, viola, and cello 2010

Rush for violin, clarinet, and piano 2010

Habakkuk’s Shigionoth for three violins 2010

At the Morning Sea for tenor and piano 2011

Icarus Wings for solo cello 2011

Scivias for violin, viola, and cello 2011

Treasures of Darkness for trombone, viola, cello, and double bass 2011

The Morning Star for solo flute 2011

 

Music Examples

Recollection

Example 1: mm. 1-30, showing vibraphone figures and accelerating pitch repetitions in glockenspiel and first marimba, leading into denser, more contrapuntal textures.

 

Imago Dei

Example 1: rhythmically free opening section (pp. 1-3), showing dissonant chord in marimbas, violoncello harmonics, marimba solos, and chromatically ascending double stops in violoncello (D#6-E6-F#6-G6-G#6).

Example 2: pp. 11-12, showing alternation between rhythmically free violoncello solos and metrical sections, concluding with an ascending line in quasi-parallel motion.

Example 3: conclusion, showing variant of opening four-note motive leading to the concluding eight-note chord.