Author Archives: laima1
Percussion + piano/flute with Filiippino influences, jazzy. Play!
For a variety of instruments and electronics, some lyrical others fairly electronic, one with theremin sounds.
For voice, poetry and electro-acoustic accompaniment–nice music.
Abstract, modern and varied works for percussion. Nice!
Lithuanian composer exploring emotions, flowing long works, somewhat sad.
Modern solo pieces from 19ll onward, abstract and lyrical. Play! (mostly 2 mins or less)
For flute, oboe & bassoon, modern and lyrical works, some with voice. Play!
Gracious, lyrical and modern works for orchestra and soloists. Play!
Works from the 18th century on, by women composers with families and societal constraints.
The Jerusalem Quartet performs these lovely, modern string quartets with Hungarian elements. Play!
Works spanning 50 yrs, originating with tape and acoustic instruments– sci fi sound
Kai Strobel performs this excellent collection of percussion works (vibraphone, marimba etc.) mostly contemporary. Play!
Modern works for guitar by Joplin, Nazareth, Gershwin and others. Varied, jazzy and classical. Play!
Transcriptions for guitar of beautiful, minimal works. Play!
Modern works for winds/brass and/or orchestra–varied, one baroque style.
Works by younger composers, varied and abstract for winds, strings and/or guitar. Play!
A collection from various composers of classical/jazz or solely jazz electronics, varied rhythmically
Neo-classical mix of styles, voice and instruments, viola, symphony orchestra.
Mixing jazz, avant/classical, contemporary works inspired by the swamps in Florida. Nice!
Contemporary tangos with electric guitar, ukele and bandondeon.
A mix of originals and transcriptions of pieces, abstract or jazzy, the preludes are lovely.
Shortish orchestral works, abstract and varied.
Pure improvisations or some compositions inspired by art, blues and Japanese music. Play!
Lovely, flute-based pieces inspired by his NJ childhood home. Play!
Society of Electro-acoustic music composers–a variety of sounds, from bird like to weird electronics.