1 CD / Col Legno / 2011-07-12Works: Edgard Varèse: Ionisation; Offrandes, for soprano & chamber orchestra; Hyperprism; Intégrales, for 11 winds & 4 percussionists; Ecuatorial, for bass, chorus, brass, piano, organ, 2 onde...
Performers: Bloch, Thomas; Grubinger, Martin; Moffat, Julie; Rundberg, Per; Tchamkerten, Jacques
Conductors: Grubinger, Martin; Roth, François-Xavier; De Billy, Bertrand
Ensemble: ; Percussive Planet Ensemble
Recording information: Salzburger Festspiele (2009)....continue...
1 CD / Kairos Music Production / 2008-11-01Works: Hans Zender: Music to hear, for soprano, flute, echo flute & ensemble. Sonnet from William Shakespeare; Litanei, for 3 cellos; Muji no Kyo, for voice, flute, cello & keyboard; Furin no kyo, for sopra...
Performers: Emtage, Katrina; Furrer, Eva; Leitner, Benedikt; Lindenbaum, Andreas; Moffat, Julie; Molinari, Donna Wagner; Schueler, Roland
Conductors: Zender, Hans
Ensemble: Klangforum Wien
"He is also a composer of the avant-garde persuasion, though his kind of sound-bending and intellectually fraught material is more in the rear-guard today. Most...continue...
2 CD / Arte Nova / 2006-08-08Works: Georg Katzer: Medea in Korinth, oratorio for 5 voices, chorus & orchestra
Performers: Klaveness, Peter; Kunzli, Robert; Moffat, Julie
Conductors: Zimmermann, Achim
Ensemble: Berlin Singakademie
Medea is one of the most fascinating yet contradictory characters of Greek mythology. The daughter of Hekate and niece of Circe, she was considered a...continue...
3 CD / CPO / 1998-05-01Works: Jean Barraqué: Concerto for clarinet, vibraphone & 6 groups of 3 instruments; Le Temps Restitué for soprano, chorus & 31 instruments; . . . au dela du hasard (. . . beyond mere luck)(1959) ...
Performers: Ascher, Christina; Barainsky, Claudia; Fischer, Charlie; Hardy, Rosemary; Johnson-Miles, Deborah; Litwin, Stefan; Müller, Florian; Moffat, Julie; Molinari, Ernesto; Zachhuber, Bernhard
Conductors: Cambreling, Sylvain; Wyttenbach, Jürg; Rundel, Peter
Ensemble: Klangforum Wien; Vokalensemble NOVA Wien
"...As Paul Griffiths points out in his authoritative notes, Barraque struggled to 'maintain the romantic voice in the fragmentation to which serialism was inescapably leading"....continue...