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Recent Releases

E4TT
Artist
Release Date
06/30/20

Silver Medal in the Global Music Awards. Premiere recordings for the centennial of Paul Celan: by Jared Redmond, David Garner (poetry by Celan); Stephen Eddins (poetry by Czeslaw Milosz); a relevant work by Libby Larsen. Celan’s poems deal with loss, imprisonment, and survival under a brutal regime and deeply resonate today.

lakejw
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Artist
Release Date
06/26/20
noissaxophone
Artist
Release Date
06/26/20
volker
Artist
Release Date
05/15/20

An audiovisual concert curated by icomposer and trumpeter Volker Goetze together with renown artist Sam Samore. Inspired by stories of Staten Island offering new perspectives featuring Oran Etkin (Clarinets), Nick Dunston (bass) and Richie Barshay (drums).

RichardBoukas
Artist
Release Date
05/15/20

New CD featuring Richard Boukas's landmark work, A Dozen Choro Tributes.
Each movement is dedicated to a legendary Brazilian composer/musician representing the Choro tradition.
 

DialogosDuo
Artist
Release Date
05/15/20

New CD featuring acclaimed Richard Boukas work "A Dozen Choro Tributes"
Studio recording, available in CD and digital download formats.

 

Music by Gestalt
Release Date
05/10/20
Music of Remembrance
Album
Release Date
05/04/20
Tom Cipullo, composer; David Mason, librettist
 
Catherine Cook, mezzo-soprano; Michael Mayes, baritone; Laura Strickling, soprano; Alastair Willis, conductor
New Mexico Contemporary Ensemble
Release Date
05/01/20

Inspired by the writings of C.G. Jung on symbols of transformation. Commissioned and Premiered by New Mexico Contemporary Ensemble, this work was conceived as 14 one measure pieces for a postcard exchange in honor of James Tenney and was recorded in February of 2020.

IanCarey
Artist
Release Date
04/24/20

"An ideal soundtrack for these disquieting times. ‘Fire in My Head’ was composed and recorded long before COVID-19 became a household name, but it’s about as tuned into the zeitgeist as an N95 face mask. ” —Andrew Gilbert, The East Bay Times