Katrin Zenz: Cage – Complete works for flute vol. 2

In the second volume of works for flute dedicated to Cage, flutist Katrin Zenz confronts solo themes and especially those for the dynamics of the flute with three or more elements. Dealing with the...

Paul Moravec: Violin concerto

In Moravec's violin concerto the score given to the violinist Maria Bachmann is long and essential, and much of the pathos of the concert is determined by her skills; revised in 2013, the Violin...

Thierry Miroglio: World of Percussion

Thierry Miroglio's musical exuberance is the driver for some modern compositions for percussion that cover a wide span of time in which flows a part of the history of contemporary percussion. With the support...

Katrin Zenz: Cage’s Works for flute vol. 1

Katrin Zenz is enamored of the pragmatism of sounds. She teaches and plays flute in Greece and after many experiences with the Greek classical tradition and the Wandelweiser group she realized that it was...

Bonifazio Graziani: Adae Oratorium/Filli Prodigi Oratium & Five Motets

In 1650 one of the most envied musical schools in Europe was the Roman one. In this period Giacomo Carissimi and Bonifazio Graziani are essential figures to combine the sense of ecclesiastical institutions with...

Eleanor Cory: Things Are, String quartet n. 3 and other compositions

An invitation to rediscover the compositions of Eleanor Cory arises from the consideration of the beauty of her musical interlockings: she emphasizes the essential role of the instruments used in the composition, she builds...

Jia Daqun: Chamber works

        Jia Daqun's music provides a delicate pleasure of listening. It shows a search for common paths between the classical Western music and traditional Chinese music: harmony, timbre and melodies can be shared in a...

Christopher Rouse: Seeing/Kabir Padavali

“Seeing” is probably the best piece by Christopher Rouse that refers to one area of his artistic personality that has not been fully exploited, i.e. his interest in the quotation. Rouse’s composition constantly alerts...

Philip Glass: String Quartet No. 5

        The fifth string quartet by Philip Glass, which he wrote in 1991, has a more varied configuration than the previous quartets; with a fatalistic impression, typical of post-modern music, "String Quartet No. 5" flies...

Askell Masson: Music for clarinet

      One of the particularities highlighted by Askell Masson has been to combine modern techniques for the clarinet with impressionistic writing. Naxos Records is releasing an exciting and almost complete volume of recordings in which...

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