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Sabrina Pena Young Scores at the New York Women Composers: http://www.newyorkwomencomposers.org/profiles.php4?zdm_id=YOU02

AIRBORN SAND FLUTE SOLO CREATION ORATORIO WOMEN'S CHOIR, PERC. ENSEMBLE, KEYBOARD, TAPE/VIDEO AGAPE MARIMBA QUARTET HORIZON ORCHESTRA WORLD ORDER #5 PERCUSSION ENSEMBLE TAPE/VIDEO
ASPHIXIVISION STRING QUARTET LIBERTARIA: THE VIRTUAL OPERA SONGBOOK (PIANO/VOX) IN THE ARMS OF MOMMA D BEGINNER PIANO JOURNEY BEGINNER PERCUSSION TRIO WEDDING SONG SOPRANO AND PIANO
AZULAKE PERCUSSION ENSEMBLE GEBROKEN CLOWN ORCHESTRAL MINIATURE A GLASS OF WATER LIGHTS THE WORLD SOLO CELLO SONG FOR THE FORGOTTEN ROSE SOPRANO, FLUTE, PIANO TURTLE SONGS SUITE STUDENT PIANO (SOLO, DUET, and TRIO)

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