Tag Archives: Navona
Highly lyrical, beautiful pieces with piano, pipa, erhu and/or voice. Play!
Animated and mostly very short works for various instruments (vibraphone, piano, flute, violin, horns) varying rhythmically. Play!
Lovely pieces by Schubert, Brahms and one contemporary piece by Del Tredici.
Abstract, variable pieces for piano, strings, inspired by Native Americans and New Mexico. Play!
Well-known, Romantic pieces, gorgeous!
Pieces inspired by those who have died from incurable illness and/or neglect. A variety of instruments and rhythms (minimalism with folk and classical elements).
Mostly contemporary works for trombone and piano. Play!
Pieces by two early 2oth century composers–featuring winds, viola, cello. Play!
Lovely, highly lyrical, quiet and mostly slow pieces for solo guitar. Play!
Nice contemporary works for flute, other winds, piano and/or cello. Play most!
A mix of contemporary abstract works, some abrupt and loud, others quiet, for duos and quartet (flute, harp, strings, piano. Play most!
A popular neo-romantic composer during the first half of the 2oth century, but perhaps a bit dated now…
Subtitle says it all! Play!
A collection of new pieces for electric and acoustic violin–abstract, ranging from sweet to sharply staccato. Play most!
Nice mix of contemporary works for various instrumental mixes and groups, quiet, and wittily busy and some poems in Japanese voice. Play!
A rhythmic mix of contemporary pieces for orchestra and solo/duos, ranging from forceful to highly lyrical. Play!
Ranging from fairly abstract, eerie pieces to highly lyrical, works for strings, piano, guitar in various combinations. Play!
Two composers’ works post WWII, Dutilleux’s particularly nice. Play!
Interesting pieces for various instruments (mostly strings with piano) and combinations. Play most!
Very abstact, leaning towards intense, works for string quartet. Larsen’s nice! Play most!
Very interesting, abstract works for a variety of instruments, ( flute, sax, mandolin, electronics, etc.) mostly duos. Play most!
Avant-garde works ranging from abstract, accessible to dissonant/mechanical, some with voice more quiet. Mixed instrumentation.
Somewhat intense, eerie pieces, some atonality with lots rhythmic shifting. The composer says… [my music] having to fight its way out to, to invent, a new lyricism before your ears.” Play most!
Modern, contemporary pieces, varied in tempi and style, play most!
Contemporary, gracious and mostly lyrical works for piano and orchestra. Play most!