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Playlist of Hanns Jelinek

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  • Hanns Jelinek: Four 12-tone Two-part Inventions

    4:32

    1: (0:07) Moderato (schwebend)
    2: (1:09) Allegro
    3: (2:18) Andante
    4: (3:29) Allegretto

    Jeffrey Wagner, Piano

    Photo made by the performer of the seashore, Gulf Coast of Mexico, Florida USA

    Recorded in the Jim Fellows Center for Creative Media, Park Ridge, Illinois, and published here with the permission of Archbury Classics Recording Company.

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  • HANNS JELINEK / Libelli Dodecaphonici / for 2 violins

    6:28

    Dodecaphonic finger exercices for 2 violins
    Violon 1et 2 : Christian Clavère

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  • Hanns Jelinek: Fluently

    43

    Jeffrey Wagner, Piano

    Recorded in the Jim Fellows Center for Creative Media, Park Ridge, Illinois, and published here with the permission of Archbury Classics Recording Company.

  • Hanns Jelinek: Singing

    1:19

    Jeffrey Wagner, Piano

    Sunset over the Mississippi River, Quincy, Illinois

    Recorded in the Jim Fellows Center for Creative Media, Park Ridge, Illinois, and published here with the permission of Archbury Classics Recording Company.

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  • Hanns Jelinek: Fluently, from Opus 15, No. 2

    51

    Jeffrey Wagner, Piano

    Recorded in the Jim Fellows Center for Creative Media, Park Ridge, Illinois USA

  • Hanns Jelinek: Fluttering

    43

    Jeffrey Wagner, Piano

    From Six Short Character Pieces, Opus 15

    Twelve-tone composition

    Recorded in the Jim Fellows Center for Creative Media, Park Ridge, Illinois, and published here with the permission of Archbury Classics Recording Company.

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  • Hanns Jelinek: Invention No 1 Op. 15,1

    1:05

    Hanns Jelinek: Invention No 1 Op. 15,1
    151013ld

  • Hanns Jelinek:

    1:14

    from (and apologies to) Hanns Jelinek Op.15

  • Hanns Jelinek: Singing

    1:20

    Jeffrey Wagner, Piano

    Detail photograph by the performer from the Saint Louis Basilica, Missouri USA

    Recorded in the Jim Fellows Center for Creative Media, Park Ridge, Illinois, and published here with the permission of Archbury Classics Recording Company.

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  • Hanns Jelinek: Invention No 3 Op. 15,1

    1:11

    Hanns Jelinek: Invention No 3 Op. 15,1
    151013ld

  • Hanns Jelinek: Invention No. 3, from Opus 15, No. 1

    1:12

    Jeffrey Wagner, Piano

    Recorded in the Jim Fellows Center for Creative Media, Park Ridge, Illinois USA

  • Hanns Jelinek ; Two Blue Os

    3:43

    N響室内楽

    Hanns Jelinek(1901/12/5 - 1969/1/27)
    Two Blue O's 1st mov.

    Celesta : Michiyoshi Inoue 井上道義
    Harpsichord : Reiko Honsho 本荘玲子
    Harp : Matsue Yamahata 山畑松枝
    Perc. : Tomoyuki Okada 岡田知之
    Perc. : Mitsuaki Imamura 今村三明
    Contrabass : unknown不明 ご存じの方がいらしたら教えて下さい。

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  • Anne-Marie Ørbeck - Sonatina No.2 for Piano

    8:15

    I don't know the pianist name from the Bit20 ensemble =/
    00:00 - Allegro Vivace
    02:37 - Intermezzo Traquillo
    06:06 Frisk og friedig
    Anne-Marie Ørbeck (1911-1996) was a Norwegian pianist and composer.
    She studied piano in Oslo and in Berlin with Sandra Drouker. She continued her studies in music and composition under teachers including Gustav Fredrik Lange, Mark Lothar, Paul Höffer and Darius Milhaud. She made her debut as a pianist in Oslo in 1933 with the Oslo Philharmonic Orchestra. Her career as a musician and composer was interrupted by World War II, but her song cycle Vonir i blømetid (Hope at Blossom-Time) won a prize in 1942 from the Norwegian Society of Composers. In the 1950s, she studied composition again with Nadia Boulanger in Paris, and later with Hanns Jelinek in Vienna. Her Symphony in D Major was premiered in Bergen in 1954, making her the first female Norwegian symphonic composer.

  • HANNS - Let Go ft. Man3faces

    2:59

    New single Let Go feat. Man3faces – out now on all digital stores and streaming platforms!

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  • Unterwegs - Kantate von Hanns Jelinek - 4. Satz - Vivace

    2:39

    Unterwegs

    Kantate von Hanns Jelinek
    nach Worten von Franz Kiessling
    für Sopran, Vibraphon und Kontrabaß

    Elisabeth Steiner - Mezzosopran
    Toni Röder - Vibraphon
    Georg Nothdorf - Kontrabaß

    4. Satz - Vivace (2'35'')

    Vivace

    Vorbei
    die Nacht.
    Mein Bett war nicht mein Schlaf.
    Gezählte Stunden,
    jede eine Nacht.

    Mit Schmerzen hab ich die Sonne geboren.

    Erschöpft und glücklich
    schließen sich die Augen.

  • Unterwegs - Kantate von Hanns Jelinek - 3. Satz

    2:03

    Unterwegs

    Kantate von Hanns Jelinek
    nach Worten von Franz Kiessling
    für Sopran, Vibraphon und Kontrabaß

    Elisabeth Steiner - Mezzosopran
    Toni Röder - Vibraphon
    Georg Nothdorf - Kontrabaß

    3. Satz - Allegretto (2'22'')

    Allegretto

    Das Blütenbäumchen bedeckt frischer Schnee,
    der fiel in der Mainacht, von niemand geweissagt,
    und war eine Wolke, die nichts von sich wußte
    und wird wieder Wolke, die nichts von sich weiß
    und muß nicht bekennen:
    ich habe getötet!
    beim Jüngsten Gericht
    zu Füßen des Herrn.

    Ich war nicht der Schnee,
    ich bin keine Wolke,
    ich werde nur Staub sein,
    doch Gott
    wird mich rufen.

    Warum muß der Staub sich an alles erinnern?
    Warum nicht die Wolke?
    Warum nicht der Schnee?

  • Hanns Jelinek ; Two Blue Os

    4:14

    N響室内楽

    Hanns Jelinek(1901/12/5 - 1969/1/27)
    Two Blue O's 2nd mov.

    Celesta : Michiyoshi Inoue 井上道義
    Harpsichord : Reiko Honsho 本荘玲子
    Harp : Matsue Yamahata 山畑松枝
    Perc. : Tomoyuki Okada 岡田知之
    Perc. : Mitsuaki Imamura 今村三明
    Contrabass : unknown不明 ご存じの方がいらしたら教えて下さい。

  • Hans Rott - Idylle für Klavier in D-Dur NoV 49

    3:15

    Kleines, entspanntes Klavierstück des Wiener Komponisten Hans Rott (1858-1884) mit von mir hinzugefügter leichter Orchestrierung. Die Fotos der Diashow zeigen allesamt Szenen aus Neustift am Walde und Salmannsdorf im 19. Wiener Gemeindebezirk, wo Rott mit Vorliebe die Sommer verbrachte und auch Teile seiner großen E-Dur-Symphonie entwarf.

    Weiterführende Informationen:

  • Six Préludes pour Piano - Bowei Chen, piano

    19:29

    Sheila Silver: Six Préludes pour Piano (1991) d'après Poèmes de Baudelaire. Bowei Chen, piano. DMA recital, Stony Brook University, March 2, 2017.

  • Hans Rott - Symphony no. 1 in E Major

    53:35

    Hans Rott - Symphony no. 1 in E Major (1880) (Full Score)

    Paavo Jarvi conducting the Frankfurt Radio Symphony Orchestra

    00:00 I. Alla Breve
    09:13 II. Sehr langsam
    19:13 III. Scherzo: Frisch und lebhaft
    31:36 IV. Sehr langsam - Belebt

    ------------------
    Recording:

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  • Unterwegs, Kantate von Hanns Jelinek. 1. Satz - Moderato

    2:44

    Unterwegs

    Kantate von Hanns Jelinek
    nach Worten von Franz Kiessling
    für Sopran, Vibraphon und Kontrabaß

    Elisabeth Steiner - Mezzosopran
    Toni Röder - Vibraphon
    Georg Nothdorf - Kontrabaß

    1. Satz - Moderato (2'40'')

    Nützlich ist der lange Regen,
    aber wer kein gutes Dach besitzt,
    wird ihn bald verfluchen.

    Nützlich ist der winterlange Schnee,
    gibt den Feldern eine warme Decke,
    doch dem Bettler wärmt er nicht die Füße.

    Nützlich ist der frische Wind,
    gibt der Landschaft heitere Bewegung,
    doch nicht jedem trocknet er die Tränen.

    Gottes Hand ist immer weit geöffnet.
    Doch auf viele fällt von dieser Hand
    nur der Schatten…

  • Maskenball im Hochgebirge

    2:10

    Provided to YouTube by NAXOS of America

    Maskenball im Hochgebirge · Christian Miedl

    Songs of the Night

    ℗ 2020 CapriccioNR

    Released on: 2020-03-06

    Artist: Christian Miedl
    Artist: Jendrik Springer
    Composer: Hanns Jelinek

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  • No. 3 Invention for 3 Voices

    3:36

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    No. 3 Invention for 3 Voices · Klara Kormendi

    Lajtha: Piano Works

    ℗ 1992 Marco-Polo

    Released on: 1992-09-28

    Artist: Klara Kormendi
    Composer: Laszlo Lajtha

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  • Jan Jelinek - Moiré

    6:56

    Artist: Jan Jelinek
    Album: Loop-finding-jazz-records
    Label: ~scape ‎– ~scape 007
    Release Date: 02 February 2001






    Copyright owned by label and artists. Video will be removed on request.

  • Invention no 2 in dodecaphony - The Shift

    2:30

    Invention in dodecaphony or 12-tone technique.
    The part between 0:13-1:14 can be repeated as many times as wanted, here it only repeats once.
    The 3 voices are each shifted like in a canon.
    More explanation on the composition can be found here:
    Score can be found here:

  • Charakterstuck

    36

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    Charakterstuck · Matthias Veit

    Micromania - 85 Piano Miniatures

    ℗ 2013 TYXArt

    Released on: 2013-02-26

    Artist: Matthias Veit
    Composer: Hanns Jelinek

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  • Hanns Jellinek: Singing, from Opus 15, No. 2

    1:22

    Jeffrey Wagner, Piano

    Recorded in the Jim Fellows Center for Creative Media, Park Ridge, Illinois USA

  • Jeno Takacs : Toccata And Fugue For Left Hand Op.56

    6:37

    EMURA Natsuki, piano

    Live performance in Tokyo, 2017.


    イェーネ・タカーチ:左手のためのトッカータとフーガ 作品56 (1950)

    江村夏樹(ピアノ)

    2017年、東京

  • Jesús María Sanromá plays Ernst Křeneks Little Suite Opus 13a

    4:22

    Ernst Křenek (1900-1991)
    Kleine Suite Opus 13a (1922), with the following six movements:
    Allemande - Sarabande - Gavotte - Waltz - Fugue - Foxtrot
    Played by the Puerto Rican pianist Jesús María Sanromá (1902-1984)
    Recorded in 1937

  • Suite in G, No. 14: Allemande

    1:51

    Provided to YouTube by Ingrooves

    Suite in G, No. 14: Allemande · Sviatoslav Richter

    Classical Treasures Composer Series: George Frideric Handel, Vol. 1

    ℗ Classics of America

    Released on: 2013-02-20

    Composer: George Frideric Handel

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  • Ludwig van Beethoven: Spring Sonata, Opus 24, Mvt 3

    1:27

  • Ladislav Jelinek plays Frederic Chopin Nocturno F sharp major, op.15 No.2

    3:33

    Frederic Chopin: Nocturno F sharp major, op.15 No.2
    Piano: Ladislav Jelinek
    Live performance from Germany

  • String Quartet No. 2, Op. 13: II. Allegretto grazioso

    4:11

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    String Quartet No. 2, Op. 13: II. Allegretto grazioso · Végh Quartet · Hanns Jelinek

    Beethoven, Jelinek & Berg: Végh and his Quartet

    ℗ 2018 BMC Records

    Released on: 2018-05-09

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  • Mayako Kubo «Berlinisches Tagebuch» 1989/1990

    8:00

    Fidan Aghayeva-Edler, piano


    Mayako Kubo «Berlinisches Tagebuch» 1989/1990

    Nr. 1 Ein Walzer, 7. Mai 1989
    Nr. 3 Montaru 3b, 22. Juni 1989
    Nr. 7 Die Berliner Luft, 12. Dezember 1989

    Mayako Kubo ist eine Komponistin japanischer Herkunft, die jedoch künstlerisch dem europäischen Erbe und der musikalischen Moderne eng verbunden ist. Ihr Œuvre umfasst rund 130 Werke fast aller Gattungen. Der Oper kommt dabei besondere Bedeutung zu. Die Uraufführung von Rashomon 1996 in Graz und die der japanischen Fassung 2002 in Tokio begründeten ihren Ruf als bedeutendste japanische Komponistin. Osan – Das Geheimnis der Liebe, ihre zweite Oper, kam 2005 in Tokio ebenfalls mit großem Erfolg zur Uraufführung. 2010 feierte Der Spinnfaden in Berlin Premiere, eine Oper für junge Musiker. Derzeit schreibt Kubo an ihrer vierten Oper, Izanagi, einem Stoff aus der japanischen Mythologie. Ein weiteres Bühnenwerk über den Fall John Rabe und das Massaker von Nanking ist bereits in Vorbereitung.
    Mayako Kubo lebt in Berlin. Ihre Werke erscheinen im Verlag Neue Musik, beim Ariadne Musikverlag sowie bei Breitkopf & Härtel.

    «Als ich zum Jahreswechsel 1988/1989 einen großen Terminkalender geschenkt bekam, fing ich an, wieder Tagebuch zu führen. Die Jahre ´89 und ´90 waren für Berlin — und auch für mich — eine bewegte Zeit. In das Tagebuch habe ich sowohl private Begebenheiten, bzw. Gedanken und Gefühle, als auch äußere Ereignisse aufgezeichnet. Es ist interessant zu beobachten, wie weit ich in meinem Tagebuch absolut ehrlich schreiben kann, vorausgesetzt, daß es keiner zu lesen bekommt. Bei aller Flüchtigkeit der Aufzeichnungen besteht doch immer wieder die Gefahr, sie auszuschmücken. Musikalisch habe ich nun versucht, mein Tagebuch von 1989 und 1990 sinngemäß zu vertonen. Ich habe einige für mich wichtige Tage ausgewählt und dazu jeweils ein bestimmtes Tonmaterial gesetzt. Ähnlich wie beim Tagebuch habe ich versucht, ganz direkt zu komponieren, ohne mich um Fragen der musikalischen Rhetorik zu kümmern: die Töne ereignen sich so wie die Begebenheiten sich ereignet haben, auf die sie sich beziehen.»

    «Montaru 3b» ist ein Fantasietitel von Willi Baumeister. Er war ein Maler in der Zeit von Bauhaus und befreundet mit Kandinsky und den anderen Künstlern. Ein Bild von ihm heisst Monteur 3b. Ich habe dazu ein Theaterstück geschrieben und das Klavierstück ist daraus entstanden.»

  • Dont Go Away

    2:45

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    Don't Go Away · The Creeps

    Now Dig This!

    ℗ 1988 Warner Music Sweden AB

    Producer: Anders Johansson
    Producer: Hans Ingemansson
    Producer: Patrick Olsson
    Producer: Robert Jelinek
    Writer: Robert Jelinek

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  • String Quartet No. 2, Op. 13: II. Allegretto grazioso

    4:48

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    String Quartet No. 2, Op. 13: II. Allegretto grazioso · Végh Quartet

    Darmstadt Aural Documents, Box 3: Ensembles

    ℗ 2017 NEOS Music

    Released on: 2017-03-17

    Ensemble: Végh Quartet
    Composer: Hanns Jelinek

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  • Viktor Ullmann: Two movements from Piano Sonata #7

    8:28

    Viktor Ullmann (1898-1944)

    In the first of these haunting movements, composed while imprisoned by the Nazi regime in the Theresienstadt (Czechoslovakia) concentration camp, Ullmann quotes clearly, of all things, the distinctive Tristan chord from Richard Wagner's opera, Tristan und Isolde. This (at 0:48) is significant - and artistically clever - as this well-known chord has been identified by many as a gateway to atonality. This is no doubt a gateway through which Ullmann, a discple of Schoenberg, entered. And, while one can only speculate, one wonders if Ullmann was teasing, even baiting, his Nazi captors by referring to the best in German culture, Wagnerian Opera.

    After being transported in the autumn of 1944 from Theresienstadt to Auschwitz, having left (fortunately) his composition manuscripts behind, the gifted composer, Victor Ullmann, still in his creative prime, was murdered upon arrival. It is thought that a Theresienstadt friend of Ullmann's, perhaps forseeing Ullmann's fate at Auschwitz, had prevailed upon him to leave his manuscripts behind (in Theresienstadt). If this is the case, we must be eternally grateful to that friend, and must count him (or her) a true friend to all.

    Jeffrey Wagner, Piano

    Recorded in the Jim Fellows Center for Creative Media, Park Ridge, Illinois, and published here with the permission of Archbury Classics Recording Company.

  • Anez - Sonata de camera - Trailer

    2:31

    This project is a classic and electronic music meet. Harpsichord, Flute, electric bass, samplers, vocal.
    The songs coming soon!

  • Gabriel Zucker: Messiaen Prelude No. 2 Chant DExtase Dans Un Paysage Triste

    6:54

    Gabriel Zucker performs Chant D'Extase Dans un Paysage Triste by Olivier Messiaen. Branford Common Room, Yale University, January 16, 2012.

  • O Where Shall Wisdom Be Found?

    9:02

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    O Where Shall Wisdom Be Found? · William Boyce · Edward Higginbottom · Gary Cooper · Choir of New College Oxford/Edward Higginbottom

    Boyce: Select Anthems

    ℗ 1991 CRD Records Ltd.

    Released on: 2007-05-15

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  • Eberhard Kraus — Fantasia for organ

    2:04

    Eberhard Kraus (1931–2003) — Fantasia (Praeludium auf F) (1982) for organ
    Carson Cooman, organ
    Published by Anton Böhm & Sohn in “Zwölf Präludien auf die zwölf Töne“

    “Zwölf Präludien auf die zwölf Töne“ (1982) is a collection of 12 organ compositions composed in celebration of the 30th anniversary of the “Sunday Organ Days” concert series in the City Museum in Regensburg. Kraus had founded the concert series and premiered his new organ music at the celebrations in October of 1982. Each of the twelve pieces is founded upon a different pitch (chosen by order of the overall 12-tone row used in the works.) Kraus’s compositional language in all his works employs a personal blend of 12-tone serial technique with non-functional triadic harmony. The resulting music becomes an intriguing blend of new and old, always presented with an economy of gesture and sense for maximum potential of the material’s development. Kraus’s suggested registrations often focus on blocks of individual organ colors.

    German composer Eberhard Kraus (1931–2003) was a native of Regensburg, and after education in Munich, he succeeded his father Karl as organist at Regensburg Cathedral from 1964 until 1996. He also served on the music theory faculty at the University of Regensburg and the Academy for Catholic Church music and was director of the Regensburg Collegium Musicum. As a harpsichordist, Kraus toured frequently throughout Europe. As an organist and harpsichord soloist and chamber musician, he recorded more than 30 albums of baroque and romantic music (including the complete harpsichord works of Handel), and served also as editor for more than 24 volumes of scores of early keyboard music in the “Cantibus organis” series. He was the recipient of a number of awards from German musical organizations and the Vatican; he was also involved in several sacred music projects in the Holy Land. As a composer, Kraus wrote more than 300 compositions in all genres (except staged works). Under the influence of Schoenberg pupil Hanns Jelinek, Kraus developed a personal compositional language that employed a distinct blend of 12-tone serial technique with non-functional triadic harmony. He would often employ the same 12-tone row over a period of years for a series of linked compositions.

  • Ahmed Adnan Saygun - Poem for three pianos Op.73

    14:57

    Zeynep Üçbaşaran / Miguel Ortega Chavaldas / Sergio Gallo
    Audio from this channel who has lots of turkish classicals -(
    Ahmed Adnan Saygun (1907-1991) was a Turkish Composer. The Times called him the grand old man of Turkish music, who was to his country what Jean Sibelius is to Finland, what Manuel de Falla is to Spain, and what Béla Bartók is to Hungary One of a group of composers known as the Turkish Five who pioneered western classical music in Turkey, his works show a mastery of Western musical practice, while also incorporating traditional Turkish folk songs and culture. When alluding to folk elements he tends to spotlight one note of the scale and weave a melody around it, based on a Turkish mode. His extensive output includes five symphonies, five operas, two piano concertos, concertos for violin, viola and cello, and a wide range of chamber and choral works.
    In 1928 he was recognized nationally and received a grant to study in France by the Turkish state. He attended the Schola Cantorum de Paris where he studied composition with Vincent d'Indy. In the 1950s he wrote three operas, his first two symphonies, a piano concerto, and several pieces of chamber music pieces, of which a Paris premiere of the first string quartet (1954) and a premiere of the second string quartet (1958) in New York City performed by the Juilliard String Quartet gained him further international exposure. There followed, amongst other works, three more symphonies, concertos for violin and viola and a second piano concerto, and a third string quartet. A fourth quartet remained unfinished at his death.

  • Patrizia Rebizzi - Azio Corghi - Chiardiluna

    8:53

    Azio Corghi, from Chamber Music Monographic CD edited by BMG
    Chiardiluna for flute and guitar

    Emilio Vapi flute
    Patrizia Rebizzi guitar

  • duo chambure 2.wmv

    5:08

    GIJÓN : VIIèmes RENCONTRES DE LA SOCIÉTÉ DE VIHUELA
    Du 16 au 19 juillet 2011
    FUNDACIÓN MUNICIPAL DE CULTURA DE GIJÓN.
    (Espagne, région des Asturies, près d'Oviedo)
    EEUU. LUTE SOCIETY OF AMERICA
    concert du 17 juillet 2011
    - Dúo Chambure: Edward Martin & Philip Rukavina. Dúo de vihuelas
    Edward Martin (Baroque lute lutes, and vihuela) has studied with lutenists Paul
    O'Dette, Toyohiko Satoh, and Hopkinson Smith. He holds the position of
    Adjunct Professor of Lute at the College of Saint Scholastica.
    Phillip Rukavina has performed both nationally and internationally as a lute and vihuela soloist, ensemble performer, and as a continuo lutenist. He
    studied lute with Hopkinson Smith at the Academie Musical in
    Villecroze, France and in Basel, Switzerland. Phil is a founding
    member of the Venere Lute Quartet and Duo Chambure, with fellow
    vihuelista Edward Martin. Duo Chambure has recorded the entire vihuela
    duets of Enriquez Valderrabano on the Magnatune label.

  • Arnold Schoenberg: Six Short Pieces, Opus 19

    4:50

    Jeffrey Wagner, Piano

    Photograph by the performer of the Chicago skyline from the Lincoln Park area

    Recorded in the Jim Fellows Center for Creative Media, Park Ridge, Illinois USA

  • 清瀬保二:浪淘沙(石川啄木)啄木歌集より

    1:27

    CD『啄木とみすゞを歌う』WWCC-7533(ライヴノーツ)所収。

    小川明子のCD,コンサート情報は下記HPでご覧頂けます。

    Yasuji KIYOSE: Routousa* from Takuboku Kashu (Verses by Takuboku) Lyric by Takuboku ISHIKAWA
    *Routousa is classical Chinese verse form.
    Akiko OGAWA (Alt) 小川明子(アルト)
    Hiroaki YAMADA (Piano) 山田啓明(ピアノ)
    2004年10月2日,埼玉県熊谷市 さくらめいと太陽のホール
    Date: 2004. Oct. 2
    Location: Sakuramate, Kumagaya, Saitama, JAPAN
    この曲のセッション録音を私どものCDでお楽しみいただけます。『啄木とみすゞを歌う』(ライヴ・ノーツ/ナミ・レコード)WWCC-7533税込価格¥2625

  • Piano sonata

    8:24

    Serialism.

  • Nathaniel Dett: Cinnamon Grove Suite: I

    4:59

    Jeffrey Wagner, Piano

    Inscription by Mr. Dett for this piece:

    Dear love, for nothing less than thee
    Would I have broke this happy dream
    -- John Donne

    Recorded in the Jim Fellows Center for Creative Media, Park Ridge, Illinois, and published here with the permission of Archbury Classics Recording Company.

  • IMPRESSIONISM DODECAPHONIC- ALT GUITAR AND DOUBLE BASS

    4:40

    WILSON GOMES - ALT GUITAR
    EVALDO GUEDES - DOUBLE BASS
    CONTEMPORARY JAZZ MUSIC
    BRAZIL - SAO PAULO

  • Mir träumte wieder der alte Traum

    1:10

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    Mir träumte wieder der alte Traum · Peter Schreier & Walter Olbertz

    Peter Schreier: Die Edition zum 80. Geburtstag

    ℗ VEB Deutsche Schallplatten Berlin

    Released on: 2015-08-14

    Artist: Peter Schreier
    Artist: Walter Olbertz
    Composer: Ernst Hermann Meyer
    Lyricist: Heinrich Heine
    Music Publisher: cc

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