Articles tagged 'Ruders'
Comfortably unclassifiable, Elwood’s improvisations and pieces explore the banjo and its tropes.
Liberated from traditional scale passages and gestures, Aperghis’ particular brand of energetic filigree is unfurled across four piano works.
This may be Chaplin’s finest score, but without the movie, these nearly 80 minutes pass by like a museum exhibition in a foreign land.
Salonen’s 20-minute Nyx churns quickly, but the less frequently recorded Dutilleux sticks in the mind.
…Lieberson labels this collection a “snapshot autobiography.” We get crisp and clear — and a tad severe — performances of eight works spanning 26 years.
The Trio Voronezh can play anything, as this live performance recording from New Orleans will confirm.