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Kate Moore – Bestiary

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November 17, 2018

Bestiary is a sonic compendium of grotesque imaginary beasts, that float between heaven and hell. Epic and symbolic animals that are animated in music, twisting and twining around each other, writhing and seething in knotted ornaments with pulsating bodies of

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Kyle Gann – “Sad” from “Private Dances”

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November 16, 2018

Kyle about his suite “Private dances” “I dance only privately, and in my head: thus, Private Dances. I had never been one to write suites of small pieces, but I was motivated to try to do so by the example of Bill Duckworth’s wonderful

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Changes – Pam Wedgewood

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November 9, 2018

What better way to relax than to sit down at the piano, chill out and indulge yourself with music from this collection of exquisite pieces in tranquil styles? Discover more about Pam Wedgewood here: http://movingclassics.tv/classicpeople/pamwedgwood/

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Romancing The Eyes – Alexander Goldstein

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November 7, 2018

Romancing The Eyes by Alexander Goldstein (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alexand…) based on famous Ochi Chyornye (Dark Eyes) was composed as an encore for concert pianists. Romancing The Eyes performed by Alexandra Carlson (http://www.alexandracarlson.or

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I wait for you – Frank Horvat

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November 6, 2018

From the 2017 album of neo-romantic chamber music, Me to We, featuring the works of Canadian composer, Frank Horvat.   Inspired by the idea of a person who yearns to have someone to love and share their life with. It is the only thing on their mind. They

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The Triumph of the Water Witch – Marc Mellits

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November 2, 2018

Anna Sutyagina plays “Agu II. The Triumph of the Water Witch” by Marc Mellits This is the second movement of the three movement work. Cool and groovy. For classical contemporary and popular music lovers willing to explore. The suite “Agu̶

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Nocturne – Marc Mellits

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November 2, 2018

Oboe – Martin Monson Piano – Mitsuko Morikawa   Composer Marc Mellits is one of the leading American composers of his generation, enjoying hundreds of performances throughout the world every year, making him one of the most performed living co

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Girl Absolutely – Olivia Kieffer

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October 26, 2018

Olivia about “Girl, Absolutely” was originally a toy piano solo, from my collection of short improvisations called “Playing the Changes”. This one was improvised and recorded late on a clear starry night in July 2017, in the garden shed at my mothe

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Andrew Nesler – Prelude

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October 19, 2018

Discover the music by Andrew Nesler. His biggest musical influences have included Schoenberg, Cowell, and Ustvolskaya, and he has a special interest in world folk music traditions. His goal as a composer is to express those things that are most human, and this

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