Index of Articles
- Lorenzo Ferrero. La Nueva Espana -- Six Symphonic Poems. National Symphony Orchestra of Ukraine, Takuo Yuasa, conductor.
(Apr 10, 2001)
- [Music of] Michael Kamen: The New Moon in the Old Moon's Arms. The New Moon in the Old Moon's Arms -- Symphonic Poem, National Symphony Orchestra, Leonard Slatkin, conductor; Mr. Holland's Opus -- An American Symphony, The BBC Symphony Orchestra, Leonard Slatkin, conductor.
(Mar 27, 2001)
- Lux Aeterna: Music for Two Cellos.
(Mar 6, 2001)
- Cold Water, Dry Stone: New Music with Traditional Roots. Music of Evan Chambers, performed by Quorum, with guest soloist Jennifer Goltz, soprano. Cold Water, Dry Stone; Three Tannahill Songs; Crossroads Songs; The Fire Hose Reel; Come Down Heavy!
(Feb 20, 2001)
- [Music of Alan] Hovhaness. "Spirit of Trees," Sonata for Harp and Guitar, Op. 374; Concerto for Harp and String Orchestra, Op. 267; "Upon Enchanted Ground," for Flute, Cello, Giant Tam-Tam and Harp, Op. 90, No, 11 Sonata for Harp, Op. 127; "The Garden of Adonis," Suite for Flute and Harp, Op. 245. Yolanda Kondonassis, Harp.
(Feb 6, 2001)
- George Rochberg: Eden: Out of Time & Out of Space. Eden: Out of Time & Out of Space, a Chamber Concerto for Guitar and Ensemble; Muse of Fire, for Flute and Guitar; American Bouquet (Versions of Popular Music for Guitar). The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, David Shifrin, Artistic Director, with Eliot Fisk, guitar, and Paula Robinson, flute.
(Jan 23, 2001)
- [Music of] Nicholas Underhill. Piano Concerto; Piano Sonata; Passacaglia. Czech Radio Symphony Orchestra, Vladimir Valek, conductor; Nicholas Underhill, piano.
(Jan 9, 2001)
- Modern American Classics -- Volume V. Robert Starer: Samson Agonistes; Concerto for Two Pianos. William Thomas McKinley: Lightning (an overture); Adagio For Strings. Czech Radio Symphony Orchestra, Vladimir Valek and Carlos Piantini, conductors, with Joshua Pierce and Dorothy Jonas, piano.
(Nov 28, 2000)
- The Crouch End Festival Chorus, with the National Sinfonia, perform Music of Philip Glass. Songs From Liquid Days; "Vessels" from Koyaanisqatsi; Three Songs (world premiere recording). Conducted by David Temple, with solo vocals by Najma Akhtar and Wills Morgan.
(Nov 14, 2000)
- Lyric Concerto: Music for Strings from Turkey. Ulvi Cemal Erkin, Sinfonieta for strings; Cemal Resid Rey, Andante and Allegro for violin and strings; Nevit Kodalli, Adagio for strings; Cengiz Tanc, Lyric Concerto for flute, oboe and strings. Northern Sinfonia of England, Howard Griffiths, conductor.
(Oct 31, 2000)
- Nicholas Maw -- Violin Concerto. Joshua Bell, violin soloist; London Philharmonic Orchestra, Sir Roger Norrington, conductor.
(Oct 17, 2000)
- [Music of] Steven R. Gerber. Symphony No. 1; Dirge and Awakening; Viola Concerto; Triple Overture. Russian Philharmonic Orchestra, Thomas Sanderling, conductor, with Lars Anders Tomter, viola, and The Bekova Sisters.
(Oct 3, 2000)
- [Music of] Melinda Wagner [and] Poul Ruders. Melinda Wagner, Concerto for Flute, Strings and Percussion, Westchester Philharmonic, Mark Mandarano, conductor; Poul Ruders, Concerto in Pieces (Purcell Variations), BBC Symphony Orchestra, Andrew Davis, conductor.
(Sep 19, 2000)
- [Music of] Einojuhani Rautavaara. Piano Concerto No. 3: "Gift of Dreams"; Autumn Gardens. Helsinki Philharmonic Orchestra, Vladimir Ashkenazy, piano and conductor.
(Sep 5, 2000)
- Corea.concerto. Spain for Sextet and Orchestra; Piano Concerto No. 1. London Philharmonic Orchestra, Chick Corea, conductor and piano. (Apr 25, 2000)
- The Red Violin, original motion picture soundtrack. Music composed by John Corigliano, with
Joshua Bell, solo violin. Philharmonia Orchestra, Esa-Pekka Salonen, conductor. (Apr 11, 2000)
- Ralph Shapey: Songs of Life. Evocation II for Cello, Piano, & Percussion; Songs of Life for
Soprano, Cello & Piano; Sonata for Cello & Piano; Evocation IV for Violin, Cello, Piano, &
Percussion. All compositions by Ralph Shapey; performed by Joel Krosnick, Gilbert Kalish, Joel
Smirnoff, Lisa Saffer, and William Trigg. (Mar 28, 2000)
- American Classics: Elie Siegmeister, Piano Music, Volumes One & Two. Vol 1: American
Sonata; On This Ground; Theme and Variations No. 2; Piano Sonata No. 4; Piano Sonata No. 5.
Vol 2: Sunday In Brooklyn; Piano Sonata No. 2; Theme and Variations No. 1; Piano Sonata No.
3; From These Shores. Kenneth Boulton, piano. (Mar 14, 2000)
- Daron Hagen. Night, Again & other works for wind ensemble and solo instruments. Baylor
University Wind Ensemble, Michael Haithcock, conductor. Robert La Rue, cello soloist. (Feb 22, 2000)
- Serebrier conducts Serebrier. Partita (Symphony No. 2); Fantasia (for Strings); Sonata for Violin
Solo; Winterreise. London Philharmonic Orchestra, Jose Serebrier conductor. (Feb 8, 2000)
- Koyaanisqatsi. Music composed by Philip Glass. Performed by The Western Wind Vocal
Ensemble and members of the Philip Glass Ensemble, Michael Riesman, conductor. (Jan 25, 2000)
- I Was Looking At the Ceiling And Then I Saw the Sky. Music by John Adams; libretto by
June Jordan; vocal direction by Grant Gershon; conducted by John Adams. (Jan 11, 2000)
- A Drummer's Tale -- episode two. Gert Sorensen plays Poul Ruders. Regime; Fingerprint
I; Alarm; Fingerprint II; Cha Cha Cha; Fingerprint III; Towards the Precipice. (Dec 1, 1999)
- The Lark Quartet plays Aaron Jay Kernis. String Quartet No. 1 ("musica celestis"); String
Quartet No. 2 ("musica instrumentalis"). Performed by The Lark Quartet. (Nov 16, 1999)
- Nadarejshvili -- String Quartet No. 1; Prokofiev -- String Quartets Nos. 1 and 2. The St.
Petersburg String Quartet. (Nov 2, 1999)
- Warrior Sisters: The New Adventures of African and Asian Womyn Warriors. A new
American opera in three acts; Music and concept by Fred Ho; Book and libretto by Ann T.
Greene. Members of the Afro-Asian Music Ensemble. (Oct 19, 1999)
- Wynton Marsalis. At The Octoroon Balls: String Quartet No. 1, performed by The Orion String
Quartet; A Fiddler's Tale Suite, performed by musicians from the Chamber Music Society of
Lincoln Center, with Wynton Marsalis, trumpet. Sweet Release & Ghost Story: Two More Ballets by Wynton Marsalis. Lincoln Center Jazz
Orchestra, Wynton Marsalis, trumpet and conductor. (Oct 5, 1999)
- Images: The Music of Robert Sheldon; Exaltation: The Music of James Swearingen; In All Its Glory: The Music of James Swearingen; Of A Distant Star: The Music of Ed Huckeby; The Quest: The Music of David Shaffer.
All albums performed by The Washington Winds, Edward Petersen, conductor. (Sep 14, 1999)
- Jackie O: The Opera. Music by Michael Daugherty; Libretto by Wayne Koestenbaum. Houston
Grand Opera Orchestra, Christopher Larkin, conductor. (Aug 31, 1999)
- [Music of] Eric Funk. Symphony No. 3 for Clarinet and Orchestra ("Hradcany"), Czech Radio
Symphony, Vladimir Valek, conductor, Anna Maria Baeza, clarinet; Symphony No. 4 for
Contralto and Orchestra ("This Eventide Seems Split"), Op. 75, Warsaw National Philharmonic,
Jerzy Swoboda, conductor, Judith Stabler, contralto. (May 4, 1999)
- Nancy Galbraith: Four Chamber Works. String Quartet No. 1, performed by Cuarteto
Latinoamericano; Incantation and Allegro, performed by C.K. DeAlmeida, oboe, Nancy Goeres,
bassoon, and Luz Manriquez, piano; Aeolian Muses, performed by Thomas Thompson, clarinet,
Will Genz, bassoon, and Ralph Zitterbart, piano; Rhythms and Rituals, performed by
Renaissance City Winds woodwind quintet, with P.P. Jennings, piano. (Apr 13, 1999)
- Richard Danielpour: Celestial Night. Celestial Night; Toward the Splendid City; Urban
Dances. The Philharmonia Orchestra, Zdenek Macal, conductor. (Mar 30, 1999)
- Modern American Classics -- Vol III. Marga Richter, Spectral
Chimes/Enshrouded Hills; Quantum Quirks of a Quick Quaint Quark. William Thomas
McKinley, Concerto Domestica. Czech Radio Symphony Orchestra, Gerard Schwarz, conductor. (Mar 16, 1999)
- Kultrum: Music for Bandoneon and String Quartet. Dino Saluzzi, bandoneon,
with the Rosamunde Quartet. (Feb 23, 1999)
- Schickele on a Lark. Peter Schickele, Sextet; String Quartet No. 2 ("In Memoriam");
Quintet No. 2 for Piano and Strings. The Lark Quartet, with help from Robert Rinehart, viola and
Julia Lichten, cello, and featuring Peter Schickeke, piano. (Feb 2, 1999)
- The Borealis Wind Quintet. Discoveries: 20th Century Music for Wind Quintet.
Eric Ewazen: Roaring Fork Quintet for Wind Instruments; John Steinmetz: Quintet;
Miguel del Aguila: Wind Quintet No. 2. (Jan 19, 1999)
- [Music of] Christopher Rouse. Trombone Concerto; Gorgon; Iscariot. Colorado
Symphony Orchestra, Marin Alsop, conductor. (Apr 8, 1997)