Monthly Archives: December 2018
Mostly slow, quiet and abstract works for marimba and bass clarinet. Play!
Modern works for flute, harp and strings. Play!
Early 1900’s works, clearly Impressionistic, gracious, lovely flute pieces. Play!
Bach works for guitar or transcribed. Nice!
Unusual combination of sax and harp, beautiful modern/contemporary pieces. Play!
American works for ensemble with strings, flute or oboe. Play!
Finnish composer uses harmonics, microtones–abstract, wandering. Play most!
Works both composed but with improvisation by musicians, very abstract. Each performance is different.
Beautiful Slavic works for string orchestra. Dvorak’s well known. Play!
Modern pieces for violin and piano by Brazilian composers, varied. Play!
Works by living women composers (Zwilich, Higdon, Auerbach), all contemporary. Play!
From Baroque to contemporary, interesting, varied, solo harp pieces. Play!
With sounds, droning, dark, quiet, meandering pieces. Play!
Performing music of diverse cultures, all memorized (duo Mem (memorized) di( diverse). Play all!
A mix of instrumental, and voice, all contemporary. Nancy Tucker’s pieces great!
In Memorium for Steven Stucky, short solo piano pieces by many composers, varied.
Gracious, also a bit dark works for piano, strings, horn, some voice.
Short orchestral works, varied, contemporary. Play!
Abstract, somewhat intense viola solos. Play!
Mostly contemporary works for marimba, some transcriptions. Nice!
Continuing in their transcriptions of pop, rock and classical. Their own piece is the best.
Guitarist Callum Henshaw performs a nice mix of classical, Romantic and modern works. Play!
Solo work by member of the Clogs, with voice, combining elements of folk, avant, classical and pop.
Wild, avant/garde works for sax/accordion/strings, all interesting and varied. Play/sample!