Chamber music of Cindy Cox (b.1961): 'Patagón'; Elegy for solo violin; Columba Apexit (after Hildegard von Bingen) / Alexander String Quartet
1 CD / Foghorn Music / 2015-10-30Works: Cindy Cox: Elegy for solo violin; Columba aspexit, for string quartet (after Hildegard von Bingen); Patagón, for string quartet
Ensemble: Alexander String Quartet
Cindy Cox's new string quartet, Patagón, which takes its title from an ancient name for the region of Patagonia, was inspired by the composer's sabatical...continue...
Recording information: Hertz Hall, Berkeley, California (06/03/2013-06/04/2013); Hertz Hall, Berkeley, California (12/19/2012-12/20/2012)....continue...
1 CD / Albany Records / 2010-11-09Works: Cindy Cox: La mar amarga, for piano trio; Playing a round, for amplified harpsichord & prepared paino; Sylvan Pieces (5), for solo piano; Back to Square One, for violin & piano
Performers: Bentley, Karen; Chapman, Jane [Harpsichord]; Cox, Cindy; Fong, Leighton; Jennings, Graeme; Jones, Christopher; Rosenak, Karen; Ryder, Kate [Piano]
Radical, traditional, original, archetypal, Cindy Cox derives her "post-tonal" musical language from acoustics, innovations in technology, harmonic resonance, and poetic allusion. Naturally unfolding ...continue...
Recording information: Hertz Hall, UC Berkeley....continue...
1 CD / Albany Records / 2007-09-01Works: Cindy Cox: Studies in Harmony and Resonance "Heirosgamos"; Axis Mundi; Nature Is
Performers: Brody, Tod; Cox, Cindy; Farwell, Doug; Josheff, Peter; Madsen, Peter; Neuhoff, Kevin; Rosenak, Karen; Sheridan-Rabideau, Mark; Wilson, Steve [Saxophone]
Conductors: Chun, Mary;
Ensemble: Continental Trombone Quartet; Earplay
What Cox offers is more than a mere rapprochement - one side with its other - but a deep conjunction between them. Cox studied with,...continue...