Author Archives: laima1
Considered ultra modern, radical and dissonant in the 1930’s, these are abstract works for various duos or FLUX Quartet.
Transcriptions of works Baroque to rock, nice, performed by 12 Ensemble.
Abstract works varying rhythmically featuring diverse instruments, from the early 1970’s. Play!
By South American, Spanish and American composers, tangos in the Latin style, from late 1800’s to early 1900’s. Play!
21 minute sound track for a short film, ambient and flowing, electronic instruments with city sounds added.
Lush, romantic, modern tangos and waltzes, including works by Copland and Bolcom.
Mostly boisterous orchestral works, one for soprano, variable in rhythm. Play most!
Spanish and Latin American, mostly modern transcriptions for viola and piano, by well-known composers.
Romantic/modern works, lovely by a mix of known and less known composers.
Modern works for flute with orchestra, gracious, elegant. Play!
Romantic, lush works for piano, from the early to mid 1800’s, by many composers less well-known.
Sonic texts/poems of Neruda, Daumel and others, for soprano, bass, and the Boston Modern Orchestra Project, electronics.
Works from 1907 to 1964, remarkably modern and abstract. Play!
For 6 instruments, plucking, drones, stops, lots of rhythmic changes, play most!
From early 1920’s, modern chamber works, strong or sweet/fun, with touches of Baroque. Play!
Lovely marimba works, both slow and fast. Play!
Some of these are fairly tense and strident for piano nocturnes, all contemporary and interesting!
Modern flute works demonstrating the instrument’s power and ranges. Prokofiev’s piece well-known.
Combining Western and Asian instruments/styles, beautiful chamber works.
Modern to contemporary works for oboe and piano, one by the oboist. nice!
Works by Saint-Saens, Ginastera, Debussy and others, transcribed for harp, mandolin and guitar, all modern. Play!
Electronic/mixed media works inspired for contemporary dance–with voice, drones, ambient soundscapes.
Ranging from loud, abrupt to lyrical, abstract works for saxophone and electronics. Play most!
Modern to contemporary, varying in rhythms, abstract. Play!
Works by two composers who are members of Wet Ink Ensemble, Alex Mincek and Sam Pluta, highly abstract with group collaboration/improvisation for flutes, sax, piano, percussion, electronics, voice and violin. Play!