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Martin Bresnick: The Essential Martin Bresnick

Acclaimed composer Martin Bresnick celebrated his 60th birthday with a series of concerts in late 2006 and the release on Cantaloupe Records of "The Essential Martin Bresnick." This CD-DVD set has new recordings of works from the past two decades … Continue reading

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David Lang: The Passing Measures

Composer David Lang’s new album is a most unusual concerto for bass clarinet, chorus and orchestra that explores mortality, time, and the function of music. As we visit segments of the unfolding performance, Lang explains the genesis and development of … Continue reading

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Bang On A Can: Renegade Heaven

Bang On A Can is a New York-based consortium of contemporary composers and musicians dedicated to making music "between the cracks." "Renegade Heaven" is an album of funky, in-your-face, contemporary classical music whose inspirations range from the Beatles to broken … Continue reading

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Evan Ziporyn: This Is Not a Clarinet

When composer/reed virtuoso Evan Ziporyn graduated from college he started travelling with the goal of taking himself as far away as possible from the known—a literal and figurative search for new directions. Eventually he landed in Bali, where gamelan music … Continue reading

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Anton Schwartz: The Slow Lane

(None) Released: 2/15/2000 Label: Cantaloupe Visit Artist’s Website… Genre: Jazz All Anton Schwartz profiles… The CD Slowing down the pace doesn’t mean turning down the intensity; it means finding space for whole thoughts and feelings. Come Rain or Come Shine … Continue reading

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