Hyo-shin Na List of Works


2014
After Walking (for piano solo) ----- first performance; Spring of 2015; Europe 


The Sky Was Beyond Description (for one player on koto and bass koto) ----- first performance; Shoko Hikage; April 12, 2015; Old First Concerts in San Francisco


Go on Listening (for kayageum and bass koto) ----- first performance;
Narae Kwon, kayageum & Shoko Hikage, bass koto; February 9, 2014; Old First Concerts


Koto, Bass, Piano ----- first performance; Shoko Hikage, Stan Poplin,
Thomas Schultz; February 9, 2014; Old First Concerts


2013
A Little Winter Flower (for mixed choir with koto, double bass, and
piano) ----- first
performance; Ariose Singers, Shoko Hikage, Stan Poplin, Thomas Schultz;
February 9, 2014; Old First Concerts


A Little Winter Flower (for mixed choir with violin, koto, double bass)


Violin, Koto, Bass


That Old Woman (for bass koto and 25 st kayageum) ----- first
performance; Shoko Hikage, bass koto & Narae Kwon, 25 st kayageum; February 9, 2014; Old First Concerts


Dust of This World (for mixed choir) ----- first performance; Ariose
Singers; June 14, 2013; Mt. Calvary Lutheran Church;
Aptos (California)


Five Pieces on Yoshie Hikage's Poems (2012 - 2013) for koto solo
I. Fukushima Refugees
II. No More!
III. For the Wild Chrysanthemum
IV. For the Adonis
V. Missing You Husband;
first performance; Shoko Hikage;
February 2, 2013; Cabrillo College


The Debt (for mixed choir) ----- first performance; Ariose Singers;
June 14, 2013; Mt. Calvary Lutheran Church; Aptos (California


For the Adonis (for koto solo) ----- first performance; Shoko Hikage;
February 2, 2013; Cabrillo College


For the Wild Chrysanthemum (for koto solo) ----- first performance;
Shoko Hikage; February 2, 2013; Cabrillo College

2012

Fukushima Refugees (for koto solo) ----- first performance; Shoko
Hikage; February 2, 2013; Cabrillo College

No More! (for koto solo) ----- first performance; Shoko Hikage;
February 2, 2013; Cabrillo College

Missing You Husband (for koto solo) ----- first performance; Shoko
Hikage; February 2, 2013; Cabrillo College

Spring of Tears (for mixed choir) ----- first performance; Ariose
Singers; June 14, 2013; Mt. Calvary Lutheran Church; Aptos (California)

A Lesson in Music (for piri solo) ----- first performance; Yun-kyong
Jin; February 2, 2013; Cabrillo College

Echoes of Harmonious Music (for koto and kayageum) ----- first
performance; Shoko Hikage, koto & Narae Kwon, kayageum; February 2, 2013; Cabrillo College

Elaine's song (piano solo)

Near and Dear (piano solo) ----- first performance; Thomas Schultz; September 14, 2012; Bargemusic in NYC

Music for 25 String Koto ----- first performance;
Michie Kobayashi; 2013

Chrysanthemum Song (koto and 25 string kayageum) ----- first performance; Shoko Hikage, koto & Hyunyoung Choi, 25 string kayageum; March 16, 2012;  Koret Auditorium, San Francisco Main Library

Fellini Dreaming (for flute, clarinet, violin, viola, cello, double bass, harp, and percussion) ----- first performance; April 28, 2012; Cabrillo College Recital Hall; New Music Works

2011

Night Procession of the Hundred Demons (version for solo koto) ----- first  performance; Shoko Hikage, koto; November 12, 2011; Bukchon Changwoo  Theatre in Seoul, Korea

Koto Music (version for solo koto) ----- first performance; Shoko Hikage, koto; November 12, 2011; Bukchon Changwoo Theatre in Seoul, Korea

Morning Study (for picc./flute, clarinet, violin, viola,
cello, double bass, harp, and percussion) ----- first performance; May, 2012; Southwest Chamber Music; Los Angeles

Listen While You Speak! (version for mixed choir and piano) ----- first performance; April 28, 2012; Ariose Singers; Santa Cruz

Pleasures (version for mixed choir and piano) ----- first performance; April 28, 2012; Ariose Singers; Santa Cruz

Crazy Horse (for Korean Traditional Orchestra with koto solo) ----- first  performance; November 15, 2011; Traditional Orchestra at the National  Theatre & Shoko Hikage, koto; Korean National Theatre, Seoul

2010

Four Books (for flute, oboe, clarinet, bass clarinet, bassoon, and horn) ----- first performance; April 14, 2011; The LeftCoast Chamber Ensemble; 142 Throckmorton Theatre in MillValley

Night Procession of the Hundred Demons (solo version) ----- first performance; January 15, 2011; Shoko Hikage, koto; Santa Cruz

Sea Wind (for piano solo) ----- first performance;
September 26, 2010; Thomas Schultz, piano;
Old First Concerts in San Francisco

Song of the Firewood (for kayageum) ----- first performance; 2010; Hyun-chae Kim  

Haeguem Weaving (for haegeum and piano) ----- first performance; June 4, 2010; National Center for the Korean Traditional Performing Arts (Seoul, Korea)

Koto Ninano (for 3 kotos) ----- first performance;
March 7, 2010; Old First Concerts in San Francisco

2009
Song of One Lost in the Fog (for flute/alto flute, clarinet, violin, viola, cello, and piano with koto solo) ----- first performance; May 24, 2010; Earplay & Shoko Hikage; Herbst Theatre - San Francisco International Arts Festival

Night Procession of the Hundred  Demons (version for three kotos) ----- first performance; March 7, 2010; Old First Concerts in San Francisco

Koto Music (for 3 kotos) ----- first performance; March 7, 2010; Old First Concerts in San Francisco

Kayageum Song (for voice/kayageum) ----- first performance; 2010; Hyun-chae Kim  

First Light (for 2 taegeums, kayageum, komungo, and changgu) ----- first performance; June 11, 2009; NationalCenter for the Korean Traditional Performing Arts, Seoul, Korea

Sound of Ghost Eating (for taegeum, piri, haegeum, kayageum, komungo, and changgu) ----- first performance; April 30, 2009; JeongGaAkHoe; Mozart Hall (Seoul, Korea)

2008
When A Mirror Wanders The Road (for voice, taegeum, piri/changgu, haegeum, kayageum, and komungo) ----- first performance; April 30, 2009; JeongGaAkHoe; Mozart Hall (Seoul, Korea) 

Not the Object Alone (for string orchestra and string quartet) ----- first performance; March 8, 2009; San Jose Chamber Orchestra and Ives String Quartet; Le Petit Trianon

Song of Poverty (for two pianos) ------ first performance; Buam Piano Society (2009)

Mad Woman’s Dance (for haegeum solo) ------ first performance; Seung-hee Lee (JeongGaAkHoe); Spring, 2009; Seoul, Korea

Night Procession of the Hundred  Demons (for 3 bass kotos or any multiple of 3 bass kotos) ------ first performance; Shoko Hikage & Ryuko Mizutani & Michie Kobayashi & Kanoko Nishi & Tomoko Kaneda & Noriko Tsuboi; September 18, 2008; Hillside Club; Berkeley, California

SanFrArirang (for 4 kayageums) ------ first performance; Kyungki Kayageum Ensemble; September 11, 2008;
Seoul, Korea

A Portrait (for piano solo) ------ first performance; November, 2008; Seoul, Korea

Deserted (for clarinet, violin, piano) ------ first performance; Trio Haan; April 30, 2008; Seoul Arts Center Recital Hall, Korea

Embarking on a Journey at Sunset (for 4 kayageums); ----- first performance; Sagye (kayageum  Ensemble); April 13, 2008; Old First Concerts; San  Francisco

2007
Pia (piri and piano) -----  first  performance; January 31, 2008; Chi-wan Park, piri & Thomas Schultz, piano; University of California,  Santa Cruz

A Dream (sanjo kayageum and changgu)  ----- first performance; December, 2007:  Seoul, Korea

Andante (clarinet, violin, and piano)  ----- first performance; August 26, 2007: sfSound; ODC Theater, San Francisco

Under the Sun (for Korean traditional orchestra) ----- first performance; October 16, 2007; National Orchestra of Korea; National Theatre, Korea

Heavy Sleep (soprano, alto flute, viola, guitar) ----- first performance; June 17, 2007: Continuum  Consort; Seoul Arts Center

2006
Ten Thousand Ugly Ink Blots (for string quartet); first performance ------January 26, 2007: Ives String Quartet; Palo Alto

Chohanga 2 (for any solo melody instrument and one percussionist); first performance ------ May 22, 2006: The Barton   Workshop; Bethanienklooster (Amsterdam)

Second Song of the Midnight Battlefield  (clarinet, trombone, violin, viola, cello, double bass, piano, percussion, and a  pansori singer) ----- first performance; October 18, 2006: The Barton  Workshop; Bethanienklooster (Amsterdam)

Ninano (25 string kayageums) ----- first performance; September 27, 2006: Kyungki Kayageum  Ensemble; Seong-nam ArtsCenter; Kyungki-do, Korea

Song of the  Midnight Battlefield (alto flute and percussion) ----- first performance; October 18, 2006: The Barton  Workshop; Bethanienklooster (Amsterdam)

All the Noises in the World (taegeum, piri, haegeum, kayageum, komungo, and changgo) ----- first performance; May 18, 2006:  Korean Traditional Music Players - Jeong Ga Ak Hoe
; San Francisco Asian Art Museum

2005
Li Po's Music (string orchestra, oboe, and piano solo) ----- first performance; March 12, 2006: San Jose Chamber Orchestra and Thomas Schultz; Le Petit Trianon; San Jose

Fly Away, Bird (guitar solo)

 First Forgotten Sanjo (Korean traditional orchestra)
---- first performance; 2006
: Seoul Traditional Orchestra

Kaethe Kollwitz (for orchestra of Korean traditional and western instruments with a pansori singer & a bass) ----- first performance; September 27, 2005; Jeonju Sori Festival (Korea)

Like the Wind in a Net (chamber orchestra) ----- first performance; September 3, 2005: Grace Philharmonic Orchestra; Sejong Hall

Fixed Stars (for string quartet) ----- first performance; October 1, 2005: Buam Arts Hall; Seoul, Korea

2004
arrangement of Jindo Arirang (for piri, shamisen, koto, and changgo) ----- first performance: Jung Il Moon, piri & Philip Flavin, shamisen & Shoko Hikage, koto & Hearan Chung, changgo; January 23, 2005: Old First Concerts, San Francisco

arrangement of Soran-bushi (for piri, shamisen, koto, and changgo) ----- first performance: Jung Il Moon, piri & Philip Flavin, shamisen & Shoko Hikage, koto & Hearan Chung, changgo; January 23, 2005: Old First Concerts, San Francisco

Chohanga (for piri solo) ----- first performance: Jung Il Moon, piri & Hearan Chung, dance; January 23, 2005: Old First Concerts, San Francisco

Song To Be Forgotten (for voice and piano)

Song of Disillusionment (for shamisen and koto/bass koto) ----- first performance: Philip Flavin and Shoko Hikage;
July 29, 2004: Asian Art Museum, San Francisco

This Rain (for viola and guitar) ----- first performance: Continuum Consort; August 18, 2004: Alix Goolden Hall at the Victoria Conservatory of Music; Victoria, British Columbia

Rain Muse (for 6 taegeums, 2 ajaengs, and 2 komungos) ----- first performance: Seoul Traditional Orchestra; June 7, 2004: Samchonggak; Seoul, Korea

Music to be Forgotten (for shamisen solo) ----- first performance: Philip Flavin; July 29, 2004: Asian Art Museum, San Francisco

2003
Walking, Walking (for piano solo) ----- first performance: Thomas Schultz, piano; May 15, 2004: Weill Recital Hall, Carnegie Hall, New York City

3 and Piano (shakuhachi, shamisen, koto, and piano) ----- first performance: Thomas Schultz (piano), Philip Flavin (shamisen), Philip Gelb (shakuhachi), Shoko Hikage (koto); November 7, 2003: Old First Concerts, San Francisco

Ocean/Shore 2 (clarinet, violin, viola, and cello) ----- first performance: Earplay; San Francisco International Arts Festival; September 8, 2003: Yerba Buena Center for the Arts; San Francisco

Tsvetaeva's Muse (taegeum, piri, male pansori singer, and percussion with saenghwang solo) ----- first performance: Hyang-hee Lee, saenghwang solo; November 19, 2003: Keumho Art Hall; Seoul, Korea

Listen While You Speak! (girls choir and piano) ----- first performance: Pueri Cantores; February 7, 2004: Taegu, Korea

Pleasures (girls choir and piano) ----- first performance: Pueri Cantores; February 7, 2004: Taegu, Korea

Regard for the Movement at the Source (haegeum and kayageum) ----- first performance: Eun-il Kang (haegeum) and Jiyoung Yi (kayageum); April 21, 2003: Buam Art Hall; Seoul, Korea

Cycle of Sixty (for string orchestra, two percussionists, and komungo solo) ----- first performance: San Jose Chamber Orchestra and Yoon Jung Hur; May 11, 2003: Le Petit Trianon in San Jose

Study War No More (for string orchestra) ----- first performance: San Jose Chamber Orchestra; May 11, 2003: Le Petit Trianon in San Jose

2002
Ocean/Shore (for chamber orchestra and piri solo) ----- first performance: Pacific Chamber Symphony and Chi-wan Park; January 16, 2003; Valley Community Church, Pleasanton, California

Sleeping Muse Study (piano solo) ----- first performance: Steven Cantor: November 10, 2002: The Flea Theater, NYC

A Woman Was Named (shamisen solo) ----- first performance; Satomi Fukami; October 13, 2002; Fukuoka Gendai Hogaku Festival, Japan

Fragmentary Study (traditional Korean orchestra and 25 string kayageum solo) ----- first performance: Seoul Traditional Orchestra: June 12, 2002; Se-jong Hall

Brancusi's Studio (flute/alto flute, oboe, clarinet, viola, cello, and two percussionists) ----- first performance: Music Now: May 6, 2002; Cal State, Sacramento
 
2001
Regard for the Movement at the Source (violin and kayageum)  ----- first performance: May 12, 2006; Woo-kyung Art Center, KyewonJohyung Arts  College (Korea)
 

Szymborska's Muse (taegeum and piri) ----- first performance: Chung-seung Kim and Chi-wan Park: April 19, 2002; Old First Concerts, San Francisco

Piano Study 3 (piano solo) ----- first performance: Susan Svrcek; March 26, 2002; Piano Spheres, Pasadena

Empty and Full (for five kayageums) ----- first performance: September, 2002; National Center for the Korean Traditional Performing Arts, Seoul, Korea

Akhmatova's Muse (flute, oboe, taegeum, piri, and 25 string kayageum) ----- first performance: Citywinds and Contemporary Music Ensemble Korea: April 19, 2002; Old First Concerts, San Francisco

Piano Study 2 (piano solo)-----first performance: Thomas Schultz; May 4, 2001; Schoenberg Center, Vienna

Map of the Way (string orchestra, two percussionists, and piano solo) ----- first performance: Philharmonia Gaudi Vienna and Thomas Schultz; May 8, 2001; House of Music in Vienna

Everything Changes (for choir, taegeum, piri, and piano) ----- first performance: Life and Dream Singers; November 8, 2001;   Seoul Art Center

2000
Chung-Ji-Hyang (taegeum, piri/saenghwang, peopgeum)-----first performance: Asian Art Museum San Francisco; February 3, 2001

While Searching for the Way (traditional Korean orchestra)-----first performance: National Orchestra of the Korean Traditional Instruments; September 29, 2000, National Center for the Korean Traditional Performing Arts, Seoul, Korea

Upon Returning from Seok-gu-ram (kayageum solo)-----first performance: Jiyoung Yi; May, 2000, National Center for the Korean Traditional Performing Arts, Seoul, Korea

Blue Yellow River (kayageum, cello, double bass)-----first performance: Jiyoung Yi, Joan Jeanrenaud, Richard Worn; March 17, 2000, Other Minds Festival, San Francisco

1999
Wooden Fish (flute/piccolo, clarinet, alto saxophone, violin, cello, double bass, percussion)-----first performance: New Music Works Ensemble; March 12, 2000, University of California, Santa Cruz

The Wind Has No Destination (kayageum solo)------first performance: Eunah Kwak; November, 1999, National Center for the Korean       Traditional Performing arts, Seoul, Korea

Rain Study (piano solo)-----first performance: Thomas Schultz; April, 1999, San Francisco     Publisher: Yedang Press, 2000, Seoul

Song of the Beggars II (string quartet, a-jaeng, changgo, percussion)---first performance: Kronos Quartet, Sang-won Park, Donald Kim, Thomas Schultz, Hyo-shin Na; April, 1999, San Francisco

Chichangpulgong II (kayageum, taegeum, changgo, clarinet, viola, cello)---first performance: Contemporary Music Ensemble Korea; June, 1999, National Center  for the Korean Traditional Performing Arts, Seoul, Korea

1998
Song of the Beggars (string quartet)-----first performance: Kronos Quartet; January, 1999, Tucson

Verse (harp solo)-----first performance: June Han; November, 1998, Herbst Theatre, San Francisco

Line of Breath (woodwind quintet)-----first performance: Citywinds; January, 1999, Berkeley

Dirge (violin, piano)-----first performance: Phillip Levy, Thomas Schultz; January, 1998, Stanford University   Recording: Phillip Levy, Thomas Schultz; Seoul Records, 1998

1997
Chichangpulgong I (kayageum solo)-----first performance: November, 1997, Seoul

Piano study I (piano solo)-----first performance: Thomas Schultz; February, 1997, Stanford University Recording: Thomas Schultz, Seoul Records, 1998

Transcription (string quartet, percussion)-----first performance: San Francisco Contemporary Music Players; April, 1998, San Francisco    Recording: San Francisco Contemporary Music Players, Seoul Records, 1998

1994
94.I (clarinet, piano)-----first performance: Chang-hee Lee, Kyung-ok Kim; November, 1994, Seoul

1990
Variations (piano solo)-----first performance: Thomas Schultz, 1990, Oakland.   Recordings: Thomas Schultz, Seoul Records, 1998                   Yuji Takahashi, Fontec; 1999    Publisher: Eumakiron Press; Seoul, Korea, 1991

1988
The Music (two pianos)---first performance: Thomas Schultz, Hyo-shin Na; February, 1988, Boulder

The Music (orchestra)-----first performance: The Women’s Philharmonic; 1990, San Francisco

The Music (viola, guitar)-----first performance: Douglas Hensley, John Casten; Oakland

1987
Lament (clarinet, bass clarinet, harp)-----first performance: University of Colorado New Music Ensemble; November, 1987, Boulder

November Mountain (clarinet, piano)-----first performance: Sandy Craddock, Thomas Schultz; November, 1987, Denver.  Publisher: Red House Edition; Melbourne, Australia, 1995

1986
Coexistence (soprano, baritone, clarinet, harp, two pianos, percussion)-----first performance: University of Colorado New Music Ensemble, 1986, Boulder

1984
Poem of April (harp solo)-----first performance: Rana Park; Manhattan School of Music, 1985    recording: Rana Park, Seoul Records; 1998