You can download here a list of some of Dr Carcas' compositions. If you are interested in purchasing any scores or parts of any of these works for performance, please contact the composer.
Gila has received many commissions and professional performances of her music. Her output includes works for solo piano, harpsichord, viola and double bass, chamber works for a variety of musical forces, choral music, a chamber opera, electroacoustic pieces and large orchestral works.
Her music is richly inspired by atmospheres, places, emotional and spiritual experiences in her life. One of her orchestral works, "In Search of Loriel" which was publicly premiered by EOS and conducted by Charles Hazlewood, was described as "music which seems to come from the space between the space between the stars...It is a glowing, sensitive work we should hear much more of." (Peter Buchan, West Sussex County Times, 27 June 1997)
Recent pieces include her highly accessible String Quartet no. 3: "Encountering the Creator" which was completed in 2009 and premiered in 2011. It is inspired by the Temple Mount in Jerusalem and a profound, immense and life-changing visionary experience just below it in 2004 of the infinite, unfathomable and loving presence of G-d.
Other notable works include a chamber opera about Boudica (Boadicea) from 1996, a solo piano piece "Magma" inspired by volcanoes from the same year, "Imaginary Moonwalk" for solo harpsichord which was premiered by Jane Chapman in 1999, marking the 30th anniversary of the first landing on the moon by Neil Armstrong, and "Avraham Avinu" from 2004 for a 5-string pipa, ney and darabukkah which was commissioned by Women in Music and subsequently released on CD.