Notes & Reviews:
Mortiz Moszkowski (1854-1925) is most known for his scintillating piano compositions. He also composed an opera, a full-length ballet, three orchestra suites, a symphony, songs, concertos and chamber music - almost all of which remain neglected or forgotten. The San Francisco Ballet Orchestra is internationally recognized as one of the foremost ballet orchestra in the world. Over the years, the orchestra has accompanied such prestigious ballet comapnies as American Ballet Theatre, The Royal Ballet, Bolshoi Ballet and many others.
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Martino: Piano and Chamber Works / Eliza Garth
John Luther Adams: The Wind in High Places, for string quartet / JACK Quartet; Northwestern Cello Ensemble; Jensen
Daniel Lentz: In the Sea of Ionia - Piano Music / Aron Kallay, piano
Ignaz Joseph Pleyel: Hidden Gems, Vol. 1 - String Quartets, BEN 359-361 / Ignaz Pleyel Quartet
Enjott Schneider (b.1950): Earth's Eyes, for violin & orchestra; Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde, for 2 cellos & string orchestra; Symphony No. 2 'Sisyphos' / Ingolf Turban, violin; Wolfgang Emanuel Schmidt & Jens Peter Maintz, cellos
Henrik Hellstenius (b.1963): Ophelias - Death by Water Singing / Elisabeth Holmertz; Tora Augestad; Ivan Ludlow; Silje Aker Johnsen; Janna Vettergren; Ebba Rydh
Works for Winds by Hindemith, Blacher, Genzmer, Eisler / Hindemith Quintett; Alexander Liebreich, Münchener Kammerorchester
Leonid Desyatnikov (b. 1955): The Children of Rosenthal / Alexander Vedernikov, conductor; Blshoi Theatre of Russia solists, choir and orchestra
Pelle Gudmunsen-Holmgreen (b.1932): Green Ground - music for string quartet, solo voices and the combination / Kronos Quartet; Theatre of Voices, Paul Hillier