McNabney reminds that much French Baroque music we associate with harpsichord may have originally been intended for other forces.
The first recording of an overlooked oratorio, tonal with buoyant cinematic colors.
This jazz octet cuts right to the heart of Winterreise sooner and more surely than most.
Fongaard explored electric guitar tunings and extended techniques, and employed tape effects as they became available.
A politically smart and timely collection of eleven works for trumpet with instruments, voices, electronics.
Comfortably unclassifiable, Elwood’s improvisations and pieces explore the banjo and its tropes.
These four discs give the impression that their featured composers were intending to entertain, whereas Beethoven was striving for permanence.
Historic radio broadcast from February 17, 1962, in memoriam Bruno Walter.
The boldest surprise in Patterns in a Chromatic Field is how after ten minutes, plus or minus, the activity level plummets.
The concerto hums and rumbles, charming and clever, destined for greatness.