|Instrumentation:||Cello and Cimbalom|
|Work Type:||Cello with Miscellaneous Instrument(s)|
Saint Elizabeth Bells takes its inspiration from bell sounds of the Saint Elizabeth Cathedral in central Budapest. The cathedral is named after Saint Elizabeth of Hungary, a Catholic saint who served the sick. Inhabiting a meditative space populated with memories just out of reach, the piece is a dialogue of colours in which time is suspended. Paul Katz gave the works its premiere performance on the New England Conservatory’s First Monday series in November 2013.