Varying works, tense vs. lyrical, strings with piano or chimes. Play most!
Very quiet, slow works flute, strings & piano. Sample most!
Works for double bass and violin. All contemporary, quiet to strong. Play most!
Meandering, avant marimba w/ electric guitar/ drums. Play!
Evocative, beautiful and varying solo piano pieces with effects. Sometimes sounds like strings. Excellent!
Maximilian Mangold plays these works, all interesting in their own way. Play!
A mix of modern/contemporary/avant pieces. Nice mix!
Hermitage Piano Trio performs these Romantic and early modern works. Lovely and some well-known.
Aquarelle Guitar Quartet performs transcriptions for guitar quartet, flute–a mix of eras, some well-known works. Play!
Harpist Ben Melsky performs these pieces with Ensemble dal Niente, all contemporary composers. Nice mix of instruments! Play!
Inspired by their trips in the early 90’s to Hiddensee, Cello, piano and electronics, gracious, minimalist, ambient works. Play all
Transcriptions for marimba, strings and percussion of some well-known contemporary and classic jazz–with works by Pat Methany, Chick Corea, Mongo Santamaria and others. Play!
With mandolin, strings, voice, percussion– contemporary, evocative works with a Renaissance feel. Nice!
Interesting, somewhat intense, contemporary Polish works for trio and small orchestra. Nice!
Modern/avant tangos, instrumental, some with voice. Play!
Gracious, transcriptions and originals, modern and and contemporary. Play!
Varied sax pieces, all contemporary, with piano or strings.
Somewhat intense, interesting orchestral works, contemporary.
Avant pieces for tenor sax, flute, piccolo and others.
Moving through eras, Romantic to modern, lots of Latin American composers! Play!
Very interesting works for a variety of instruments and/or chamber orchestra
From Umberto Eco’s novel/autobiography “The Mysterious Flame of Queen Loana” come these pieces based on either actual references to pieces or created impressions for clarinet and accordion. Play!
Known as pianists (Schnabel, Lipatti and Gould) and one each of their compositions from 1930’s to 1940’s. Varying and interesting. Play!
Very interesting contemporary string quartets. Smart’s jazzy and beautiful. Play most!
Brass + organ works from Baroque to contemporary, some with voice. Nice!