Tag Archives: Navona
Nice orchestral works, some fairly short, clarinet concerto particularly nice!
Violin and piano duos by 3 composers, early 20th century plus one modern. Bax’s particularly nice!
Solo piano pieces by varied composers, all modern/contemporary. Excellent!
For a variety of duet combinations, all contemporary, some lyrical, others tense. Greve’s Aria for trumpet and organ nice! Play!
Excellent pieces for guitar, electronics, some flute–with Latin elements. Play! (trks 17 & 18 might be damaged).
Lovely, smooth choral works–track 4 with temple blocks, percussion. Play!
Lovely, contemporary, world premiere recordings. Play!
Slavic and Chinese musical instruments in some of these pieces plus a “New England Rhapsody”–nice!
Art songs from late 18th to early 19th century Spain. All very Romantic! Play!
A mix of orchestral pieces, duos and chorales, variable in style. Try the instrumentals!
Highly abstract solo piano pieces exploring rhythm, tones, articulations and the expanse of the keyboard. Interesting!
Robust symphonic works about life changing and repeating (possibly in futility), recorded live. Short works for symphonies. Play!
Beautiful pieces for piano trio, abstract interesting plucking and rhythmic changes–play!
A mix of chamber pieces, instrumental or baritone with piano, quiet. Play most!
Mostly piano, varied and contemporary and two other works for abstract marimba/vibraphone. Play!
Described in the liner notes as modern traditional, these are gracious, lyrical, predominantly slow and quiet for strings and piano, some sax and flute. Play!
Excellent works for drums, marimba and/or vibraphone, and one piano quintet. Play!
Contemporary works for trumpet, piano and some trombone. Nice!
Toker re-arranges all kinds of baroque, classical and jazz pieceswith jazzy-classical inflection. Some pieces work better than others, the more modern works in my opinion.
Pieces composed over 40 yr span, varying, intense, abstract. Play most!
Widely varying works for a variety of instruments (sax, piano, strings, orchestra, steel pan) or choir.
With Baroque instruments, (baroque oboe, viola da gamba and harpsichord) Songs from theBaroque to pop and modern interpreted
Mostly short orchestral pieces, contemporary. Play!
A mix of instrumental, and voice, all contemporary. Nancy Tucker’s pieces great!
Gracious, also a bit dark works for piano, strings, horn, some voice.