Notes & Reviews:
Composer Georg Katzer uses his memories and the assimilation of historical events as well as political events to serve as basic themes for his compostiions. Kazter has been producing synthetic sounds since 1984 and has gathered numerous hours of experience doing so. Analogous and digital sounds are mixed together throughout this new release along with noises and signals.
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Ruders: Guitar Concertos & Solos / Starobin, Palma, Wagner
Carl Orff (1895-1982): Die Kluge / Herbert Kegel, Rundfunk-Sinfonie-Orchester Leipzig
Frank Martin (1890-1974): Ein Totentanz zu Basel im Jahre 1943 / Geoffrey Madge, piano; Christine von Arx, percussion; Eduard Grass-Hass, percussion; Bastiaan Blomhert, ARMAB Orchestra; Hineni String Orchestra
Dutilleux: Symphonies Nos. 1 & 2; Métaboles; The Shadows of Time; Violin Concerto; and more; "Orchestral Works" / Ludovic Morlot, Seattle Symphony
Chaya Czernowin (b.1957): The Quiet - Works for orchestra / Kai Wessel, tenor; Stephan Schmidt, guitar; Daniel Barenboim; Brad Lubman; Mario Venzago; Evan Christ; Chaya Czernowin
Joaquin Rodrigo (1901-1999): Chamber Music with Violin / Eve León, violin; Olga Vinokur, piano; Virginia Luque, guitar
Japanese Guitar Music, Vol. 3 - Works by Takemitsu, Hayaski, Togawa, Kitazume, Nithashi, Yoshimatsu, Miki / Shin0ichi Fukuda, guitar; Yasuo Watani, harmonica
Henrik Ødegaard (b.1955): Gregorian Chant, "Te Lucis Ante Terminum" / Madis Metsmart, percussion; Vambola Krigul, percussion; Vox Clamantis; Estonian National Male Choir RAM;
Claudio Ambrosini (b.1948): Song Book for Guitar / Alberto Mesirca, guitar