My music

RAFF, J.: Piano and Orchestra Works – Piano Concerto / Ode au Printemps
Of Raff’s nine works for solo instrument and orchestra three are for piano.
Raff: Ode au Printemps, Op. 76 more >>
KERTSMAN, M.: Concertos / Chamber Symphony No. 2, “New York of 50 Doors”
Brazilian-American composer, Miguel Kertsman, writes in numerous genres embracing classical music, jazz, progressive rock, electronica and film, bridging these diverse elements to craft a unique sound world.
Kertsman: Concerto Brasileiro - III. Repentes, Baião, Xaxado con brio more >>
MAYER, E.: Symphony No. 4 / Piano Concerto / String Quartet
In the German-speaking area, it was Clara Schumann and Fanny Hensel that towered beyond the borders and, at the turn of the 20th century, it was Amy Beach in the USA and even more so Ethel Smyth in Great Britain that became icons of the women’s movement in music.
Mayer: String Quartet in G Minor, Op. 14 - I. Allegro appassionato more >>
SCHREKER, F.: Geburtstag der Infantin Suite / Vorspiel zu einem Drama / Romantische Suite
Franz Schreker was a prominent figure in early 20th-century Austro-German music, his reputation as an opera composer rivalling that of Richard Strauss.
Schreker: Romantische Suite, Op. 14 - I. Idylle more >>
KABALEVSKY, D.B.: Pathétique Overture / Violin Concerto, Op. 48 / Vesna / Colas Breugnon
Many of the today distinguished Soviet composers in the second half of the 20thcentury knew how to steer a middle course, enabling them to supply what was officially desirable and yet to remain faithful to themselves, writing the music they wanted to write.
Kabalevsky: Violin Concerto in C Major, Op. 48 - II. Andante cantabile more >>
BRUNEAU, A.: Attaque du Moulin Suite / Naïs Micoulin: Prelude / Messidor (excerpts)
A composition pupil of Jules Massenet, Alfred Bruneau was largely responsible for introducing realism into French opera.
Bruneau: L'Attaque du Moulin Suite - I. Prélude et Lied more >>