Tag Archives: Tactus
Minimalist, abstract works for violin and/or percussion. Play!
Works for flute or/and percussion, lyrical to broken silences. Play!
Gracious music performed by harp, originally composed for harpsichord. Classical era. Play!
Works for solo guitar, or piano, or harp and others, lyrical but also abstract and abrupt.
All contemporary guitar pieces, some w/ mandolin and percussion. Play!
Somewhat intense, modern works for strings.
Really interesting contemporary chamber pieces, unusual instrumental combinations for some. Play!
Although composed in the Classical era, these works have a Baroque sound due to the old forms of the instruments, relative to current instruments.. Gracious & elegant.
Contemporary works, either quiet or strong, all abstract.
Decidedly abstract works for solo cello–lots of stops, plucks, groans, with some lyricism as well.
Excellent collection of Italian composers’ modern works for a variety of flutes. Play!
Somewhat intense, contemporary violin works, others playful.
Interesting pieces one trio for clarinet, cello and piano, and other very gracious, minimalist works for harp. Play!
Gracious, modern works for strings, piano or cimbalom. Nice!
Fun, abstract and rhythmic solo clarinet works for bass, demi, B flat and E flat bass clarinets, mostly modern. Play!
Gracious, elegant, solo harp pieces mostly from the 1940’s by Italian composers. Play!
Abstract, contemporary works for flute & harp by Italian composers. Play!
Scelsi has composed some avant pieces for other instruments. These works are surprisingly gracious and abstract. Play!
A mix of quartets and movements–some quite busy and intense, others flowing and gracious. Play most!
Gracious, modern works for harp, varying in tempi and lightness. Play most!
Contemporary works for guitar, solo or with flute, bassoon, strings or marimba! Play!
Italian harp pieces from the turn of the 20th century, with some Baroque elements. Play!
The composer is an otolaryngologist by profession–these are mostly simple, very gracious works for cello, harp, flute and/or voice. Play!
Composed from late 1800’s to early 1930’s, these are gracious, playful & “bouncy” tunes for mandolin & guitar. Play most!
Very abstract works with some atonality, not easy listening. Try trks 4-6, 9+ 10.