Tag Archives: New Focus Recordings
Electronic, multiple layered, and effects, solo guitar–excellent!
Interesting, highly varied in instruments, all abstract. Play most!
Contemporary reed quintet works. Very nice! Play!
Previously unrecorded modern works by women composers, found in the Fleischer Library in Philadelphia, varied in style and time of composition.
Varied soloists/ensembles, with some weird sounds and electronics, definitely different! Play most!
Ranging from strong vs. lyrical, abstract pieces for percussion, string ensemble, winds. Play!
A rewrite of Brahms op 105–jazzy, with drums and violin duo.
Abstract works, mostly intense but not all, for strings and piano, one with guitar.
Percussion + piano/flute with Filiippino influences, jazzy. Play!
Works by younger composers, varied and abstract for winds, strings and/or guitar. Play!
Society of Electro-acoustic music composers–a variety of sounds, from bird like to weird electronics.
Works by Haitian composers, transcriptions or originals for cello and piano. Nice!
Mostly lyrical and abstract solo piano.
A variety of solo horn works, contemporary and lyrical, one with voice.
Modern/contemporary works for viola & piano by Chilean composers, varying rhythmically. Play!
Very abstract, avant works for various instruments, interesting!
Patchwork Duo (drums and saxophone) performs these pieces that were composed for them–abstract, including jazz, avant and rock elements. Sample!
Transient Canvas performs contemporary, abstract clarinet and marimba pieces. Play!
Percussionist Bonnie Whiting performs very abstract pieces, with spoken voice, by various composers and one of her own.
Electric guitar quartet Dither performs these minimalist vs loud, aggressive works. Play!
Highly varying pieces with varied instrumentation ranging from abstract to lyrical. Play most!
Electro-acoustic soundscapes, interesting!
Some of these are fairly tense and strident for piano nocturnes, all contemporary and interesting!
A collection of abstract, contemporary works for solo guitar or electric guitar–excellent!
Raucous, wild, fun or droning works for electric guitar quartet!