Tag Archives: Centredisques
New Canadian pieces for viola and piano duo, lyrical to stark, almost atonal. Play most!
A suite for oboes and horns, with Baroque elements, and a symphony for flute choir–lovely!
Really interesting contemporary pieces for various instruments (harp, winds, marimba,piano)–trks 5 & 6 more avant. Trk 6 voice repetitions. Play!
Somewhat intense, interesting orchestral works, contemporary.
Mostly lyrical pieces for a variety of instruments, a few more strident.
Flute-based pieces, with other instruments punctuating, abstract, moody, interesting! Play!
Interesting mix of mostly contemporary works, abstract, ranging from staccato to flowing. Play!
Two CDs of works for harp, solo or with duet/ensemble, some voice. CD1 more “traditional” but still contemporary, CD2 more edgy, and with voice. Play!
Minimalist pieces originally composed for piano, here performed by marimba. Nice!
Contemporary string quartets with or without “scratching” by Skratch Bastid. Interesting! Play most!
Highly abstract works for piano (trks 1-6) and interesting pieces for piano, percussion and harmonica (trks 7-9).
Contemporary concertos with wit and grace.
Canadian works for solo percussion, ( marimba, xylophone, etc.) one by the percussionist. Nice!
Canadian composer Fitzell here has a mix of avant-garde works ranging from lyrical/surreal to noisy.
Composed over 5 yrs, these pieces are electronic sound manipulations inspired by a wide range of cultural/people–raves, censorship, Hitchcock, Cage…Out there. Sample.
Minimalist piano pieces a la Philip Glass. Nice!
Canadian composer Morlock here has orchestral and chamber works (as opposed to the duets for Couloir on Wine Dark Sea) and they are interesting and varied from dark to lyrical. Play or sample most!