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DuoScorpio
Artist
Release Date
09/04/12

Scorpion Tales, released on the American Modern Recordings Label, is Duo Scorpio's debut release.  It contains a unique selection of modern masterpieces and new works for harp duo.  The album was produced by Grammy-winning recording engineer Adam Abeshouse.

 

 

Alex Wyatt
Artist
Release Date
09/04/12

The style of composition evokes a storytelling mood, with a melodic and romantic sensibility. The players improvise with a fluid grace to form a cohesive but highly malleable sound. Wyatt cites Thelonious Monk, Charles Mingus, Jesse Elder, Ben Gallina, Norah Jones, and Cuddle Magic as influences.

clavierinet
Artist
Release Date
09/01/12

Tapestry Ensemble - Richard Kravchak, oboe; Julia Heinen, clarinet; Ovidiu Marinescu, cello & Dmitry Rachmanov, piano

Los Angeles Percussion Quartet
Album
Release Date
09/01/12

The Los Angeles Percussion Quartet performs the music of David Johnson, including Quartz City, Oregon Variations, and Shape Shifter

Lydian String Quartet
Release Date
09/01/12
FFEAR
Album
Mirage
Artist
Release Date
08/28/12
TransAtlantic Ensemble
Album
Crossing America
Release Date
08/20/12

Compositions by Paquito D'Rivera, Miguel del Aguila, Valerie Coleman, Jeff Scott and Richard Padron

alexanderstringquartet
Release Date
08/14/12

This recording presents some very familiar and much-loved music in an unexpected format. Ten of Jerome Kern and George Gershwin's greatest songs songs almost everyone has heard are performed in transcriptions for string quartet (and clarinet). Gershwin's Lullaby, an original composition for String Quartet, is also included.

Israeli Chamber Project
Album
Release Date
07/31/12
Diane Moser Quintet
Release Date
07/21/12

On the Planet Arts label, this recording features pianist/composer Diane Moser with drummer Duncan Moore and bassist Rob Thorsen, along with guest artists. "This album is a joyous affair that straddles wide arcs of style, while hewing close to a singular aesthetic.…" Robert Bush, San Diego Reader