Tag Archives: MDG
Fairly abstract, modern works, varied instruments. Play!
Early 20th century works for saxophone and piano, impressionistic or strong. Play!
Gracious, elegant, Romantic string pieces.
Inspired by the visual arts, these are very interesting pieces for sax quartet or flute, piano & percussion trio. Play or sample!
Romantic, bravura solo piano pieces, yet modern in sound. Play!
Romantic, elegant works, influenced by Brahms.
Modern works transcribed for sax quartet, all European pieces. Play!
Quite a mix of varied pieces–original works and transcriptions for sax quartet–abstract, lyrical. Play!
Transcriptions for guitar of Granados’ poetic piano pieces. Play!
A mix of composers, traditional to modern and more abstract. Play!
Beautiful piano pieces bridging late Romanticism and early Impressionism. Play!!
Gracious, modern works for clarinet and piano. Play most!
Impressionistic/abstract, gracious pieces for solo piano. Play!
Piano duos inspired by Mozart, Beethoven and his own. Play or sample!
Modern works for solo trumpet or with piano. Gracious and lively. Play most!
Two Impressionist composers’ pieces-lovely, play most!
Abstract, very short pieces for celesta (nice), piano (nice) and harmonium (less lyrical).
British composer (1901-1956), gracious, modern, chamber music for horns, strings and/or piano. Play!
German composer who expressed concern at the musical developments of his time, (loss of tradition) . yet used dissonance and his own independent rhythms. Play most!
A lovely collection showing the wide range of Brazilian music–samba, bossa nova, cantigas, saudedes, etc. with flute, guitars, mandolin, percussion and more! Play!
Gracious, elegant works by a very popular composer who was the first French woman to receive the Legion d’Honneur, yet was forgotten with time.
Very abstract, somewhat dark, works for piano by a secretive, yet jokester composer who openly had his assistant “transcribe” his works, thereby causing a scandal that he actually was not the composer…
Lovely Classical works for horns and orchestra, pieces by Franz Tausch included and are especially lovely.
Supremely gracious, lyrical works for piano, viola, oboe and clarinet. Play!
As the title implies, folk-inspired pieces for or transcribed for saxophone quartet by quite a variety of composers–Grieg to Piazzolla. Play!