.breathing.bones.mobile.mind. (2003, trombone and fixed electronic sounds)
The Call: Live from Africa (2008, fixed electronic sounds)
Color Prayer (1998, female voice, Bb clarinet, piano)
a hindrance on all sides (8 live speakers and percussion)
I Duo/I Duo Not (1991, bass marimba and piano)
(out) (in)...the OPEN (1992, flute, oboe, alto saxophone, cello, vibraphone)
Red Mountain Note (2004, flute/piccolo, Bb clarinet, female voice, violin, cello, contrabass, tape)
Re-Imagining (1995, flute, violin, cello, percussion, piano)
searching: ten'der (2001), fixed electronic sounds)
Snareway to Heaven (1989, 2 snare drum players)
The Unseen Gumboot (1998, electronics, junk metal, body percussion, and 5 to 10 performers)
Vision of Blue (1999, flute, oboe, Bb clarinet, percussion, piano, violin, cello, ocean drum, voice)
PATRICIA REPAR'S MUSIC APPEARS ON THE FOLLOWING NEUMA RECORDINGS:
Patricia Repar's work as a composer includes contemporary chamber music, intermedia works, and electronic soundscapes; the making of short films; the design of original instruments and installations in medical environments; and the exploration of health and healing through the arts. Her creative process is aesthetically tied to her orientation toward service and medicine and is intensely informed by her understanding of all aspects of human interaction with the discipline of medical care.
Repar has been featured as a guest composer, performer, and educator in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, South America, Eastern Europe, Africa, and Australia. As an Associate Professor in the departments of Music and Internal Medicine (section of Integrative Medicine) at The University of New Mexico (UNM), Dr. Repar teaches music composition and arts-in-medicine. In 2002 she founded Arts-in-Medicine: Healing and the Humanities, a program designed to enhance healing and health care through arts-based clinical service, education, research, community outreach, and international collaboration. Sometimes referred to as a ‘living installation’ the clinical program at UNM Hospitals is currently directed by Repar and employs musicians, dancers, writers, visual artists, and body workers who engage patients, their families, and healthcare workers in creative encounters of a rejuvenating, transformative, and educational nature. Since 2007, Repar has been working with health care workers and artists in Africa to further develop and expand the role of arts in healing and health care.