Author Archives: laima1
Lovely collection of modern mandolin and guitar works. Play!
Solo piano pieces by women composers, from classical era forward. Play!
Choral works, slow, churchly.
Abstract works for clarinet + accompaniment, play most!
Gracious, modern works for horn and piano. Play!
Vigorous and lyrical works for large ensemble & orchestra, hence the title.
Covering musical eras, Baroque onward, some well-known classical guitar works.
Flute + piano works from France’s “Golden Age” (1870-1914), lovely and lyrical works, many well-known and impressionistic.
Recognized for his jazz works, this album is an exploration with symphony–jazz + smooth vocals + symphony. Definitely hybrid.
Selina Ott & En-Chia Lin perform these modern works for trumpet & piano. Some lovely works here.
Contemporary, long works for duos or ensembles–really interesting!
Kevin Gorman performs these lovely works, composed in 2007 & 2010. Play!
Contemporary piano works with interesting variations, tinkling, staccato and lyrical.
Very good cello/piano/electronics, minimalist but varied rhythmically and lyrical. Play!
Abstract, contemporary works for winds + strings, inspired by immigration. Play!
Contemporary solo guitar, very lyrical and quiet.
Interesting clarinet & electronics works, slow, meandering.
The composer’s original compositions were using items found in his pocket. These are expanded with other non-pocket items–definitely different.
Originally releases in 1980, modern works, varied. Play!
Works for harp or transcribed for, Baroque on. Play!
Previously unrecorded modern works by women composers, found in the Fleischer Library in Philadelphia, varied in style and time of composition.
Contemporary works, either quiet or strong, all abstract.
Chorus + chamber orchestra–long and solemn. Sample.
Counting to 7 in veery different languages, little music.
Modern & contemporary pieces for guitar and chamber orchestra by Kernis,. Piazzolla & Sierra. Play!