Monthly Archives: March 2020


Hiroshi Yoshimura – Music for Nine Post Cards
Kenny Barron with Dave Holland – Without Deception
Per Nørgård and Rolf Hind Piano and Violin works
Roger Eno and Brian Eno – Mixing Colours
Edgewood Saxophone Trio – Snake Nation
Jeff Crompton – Shooter
Erling Møldrup – Early Morn: Danish Music for Guitar
Chris Thile – JS Bach: Sonatas & Partitas, Vol. 1
Charles Curtis – Performances & Recordings 1998-2018
Marc Copland – Crosstalk
Daniel Schlappi & Marc Copland – Alice’s Wonderland
Corinna Simon – L’Album des Six – Music by French Avant-Garde Composers of Early 20th Century
Pascal Roge & Ami Roge – Les Six & Satie
Anatoly Vedernikov – Paul Hindemith: the Four Temperaments
PRISM Quartet – Heritage/Evolution, Volume 1
Sam Rivers – Emanation – June 1971, Jazz Workshop, Boston
Roscoe Mitchell & Muhal Richard Abrams – Duets and Solos
Roscoe Mitchell – Nonaah
The Residents – Commercial Album
Manuel Barrueco, Jose Staneck, OSESP Ensemble, Sao Paulo SO, Giancarlo Guerrero – Villa-Lobos – Works
Goldberg-Variationen (Hansjorg Albrecht, organ)
Hansjörg Albrecht – Francis Poulenc: Concertos for keyboard instruments
Ensemble Modern – Paul Hindemith: The Chamber Concertos

Charles Wuorinen: The River of Light (1996)


Felix_The_Cat_Pulls_Through_0203Univers Zéro – Ceux Du Dehors
David Moss – My Favorite Things
Fennesz – Agora
Henri Dutilleux – Chamber Music
Solistes du Concert Spirituel – Joseph Bodin de Boismortier: 6 Concertos for 5 Flutes, Op. 15
Pat Metheny – From This Place
Tim Berne’s Snakeoil  – The Fantastic Mrs. 10
Les Vents Francais with Eric Le Sage – Winds & Piano
Fred Frith & Ferdinand Richard – Dropera
Ursula Oppens, Arditti String Qt. – Elliott Carter: Chamber Music
Earl Brown – Tracer
Mario Pavone – Blue Dialect
Albert Roussel – Complete Chamber Music
Karen Geoghegan – Fantasies for Bassoon
Karen Geoghegan – Bassoon Concertos
Prism Quartet – Animal, Vegetable, Mineral
Lindsay Cooper – Rarities
Henry Cow ‎– A Cow Cabinet Of Curiosities
News From Babel – Sirens & Silences/Work Resumed On The Tower/Letters Home
Bohuslav Martinů – Nonnet, Musique de Chambre No.1, Les Rondes, Fantaisie
Bohuslav Martinů – Chamber Music with Flute
Fred Frith ‎– Eye To Ear
Cosa Brava ‎– Ragged Atlas


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