My music

BELLS OF DAWN
Ondine's third release with the star baritone Dmitri Hvorostovsky is devoted to sacred works by Russian composers
Chesnokov: Hear My Prayer more >>
DAUGHERTY, M.: Dreamachine / Trail of Tears / Reflections on the Mississippi
GRAMMY® Award-winning composer Michael Daugherty explores the relationships between machines
Daugherty: Trail of Tears - I. Where the wind blew free more >>
KARAYEV, K.: Symphony No. 1 / Violin Concerto
Kara Karayev was one of the most prominent figures in the music of 20th-century Azerbaijan, and an inspiration to subsequent generations of Azerbaijani composers.
Karayev: Symphony No. 1 in B Minor - I. Molto sostenuto - Allegro more >>
SAINT-SAËNS, C.: Violin and Orchestra Works
Tianwa Yang is ‘an artist of exceptional technique and musicianship’ (BBC Music Magazine) and has established herself as a leading international performer and recording artist.
Saint-Saëns: La Muse et le Poète, Op. 132 more >>
WOLF-FERRARI, E.: Talitha Kumi / La Passione / 8 Cori
Before he sprang to international fame as an operatic composer, Wolf-Ferrari had embarked on an important sequence of choral works.
Wolf-Ferrari: Talitha Kumi (La figlia di Giairo, Die Tochter des Jairus), Op. 3 - Part I: Et cum transcendisset Jesus more >>
Violin Concertos (British) – PATTERSON, P. / LEIGHTON, K. / JACOB, G.
Written for soloist and string orchestra, the Concerto by Gordon Jacob contains at its heart a threnodic slow movement cast in long
Gordon Jacob: Violin Concerto - II. Andante espressivo more >>
DYSON, G.: Choral Symphony / St Paul’s Voyage to Melita
Born into a working-class family, George Dyson became one of the most important musicians and composers of his day.
Dyson: Choral Symphony - Largo more >>