Tag Archives: Metier
Early 20th century works for wind quartet–whimsical, fun!
Cello with digital effects, sounds, voice–abstract to odd.
Rhythmically varying, producing interesting sounds from the guitar. Play/sample!
Pianist John McCabe selected these varied pieces by Australian and American composers for an EMI Sydney 1985 cassette recording that was eventually “lost” when the studio closed. Recently found in excellent quality, here it is, with some jazz, some classical, and some impressionism. Play!
Contemporary works for solo violin and with viola, abstract, varying.
Contemporary pieces for trumpet, solo or with accompaniment (sax, voice or piano) Nice!
Contemporary, abstract works for piccolo/flute.
Somewhat atonal works, not dissonant, for a variety of instruments.
Abstract, varied works, strong, flowing, lilting. Play!
Fairly intense string quartets, contemporary. Grange’s less so. Play most!
The title refers to an area in Britain with military history/UFOs–the music is strident, weird, tense–sample due to length.
Intense, violin-forward works with strong percussive elements. Sample.