Notes & Reviews:
Richard Wernick won the 1977 Pulitzer Prize for Music for his composition Visions of Terror and Wonder and later won Kennedy Center Friedheim Awards for his Violin Concerto, and String Quartet No. 4. The composer of a large body of distinguished chamber and symphonic music, Wernick's music is highly detailed and passionately expressive.
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Liszt Inspections - Piano music inspired by Franz Liszt by John Adams, Luciano Berio, Friedrich Cerha, Morton Feldman, Wolfgang Rihm, Karlheinz Stockhauser et al. / Marino Formenti, piano
Ole Buck (b.1945): Sinfonietta Works / Jesper Nordin, Athelas Sinfonietta Copenhagen
Beate Furrer (b.1954): Works for Choir and Ensemble - Enigmas (6) for a cappella choir; Voices, for mixed choir & ensemble; a Cold and Calm and Moving for flute, harp, violin, viola & cello
Roman Haubenstock-Ramati (1919-1994): String Trio; Pluriel for string quartet; Multiple 4, for oboe & horn & other chamber works / Klangforum Wien; Vera Fischer, flutes
Vytautas Bacevicius (1905-1970): Piano Music, Vol. 2 - Poems, Etudes, Evocations, Dance Fantastic, Three Musical Thoughts Op. 75 & Sonata No. 4 Op. 53 / Gabrielius Alekna, piano
Charles Wuorinen (b.1938): Eighth Symphony (Theologoumena); Fourth Piano Concerto / Boston SO, James Levine
Mark Bowden (b.1951): Orchestral Works, "Sudden Light" / Oliver Coates, cello; Julian Warburton, percussion; Hyeyoon Park, violin; Huw Watkins, piano
Olav Anton Thommessen (b.1946): The Hermaphrodite / Eir Inderhuag, soprano; Isa Katharina Gericke, soprano; Anna Elisabeth Einarsson, mezzo; Nils Harald Sødal, tenor; Espen Fegran, baritone; Ketil Hugaas, bass
Luigi Dallapiccola (1904-1975): Piccolo Concerto Per Muriul Couvreux; an Mathilde; Camillo Togni (1922-1993): Helian de Trakl; Variations / Livia Rado, soprano; Aldo Orvieto, piano