My music

CPE Bach – Concertos for Cello & Symphony H. 648
More than just a challenge to orthodoxy... Why should music ‘before Mozart' now be the sole preserve of period-instrument orchestras?
C.P.E. Bach: Concerto for violoncello, strings and basso continuo H. 432 (Wq 170) A minor - III. Allegro assai more >>
BERSA, B.: Piano Works (Complete), Vol. 1
In his orchestral music, Croatian composer Blagoje Bersa absorbed stylistic traits from contemporaries such as Strauss and Mahler
Bersa: Piano Sonata No. 2 in F Minor, Op. 20 more >>
BEETHOVEN, L. van: Flute Works, Vol. 1
Ludwig van Beethoven stands as a giant in music history for his great symphonies, piano sonatas and string quartets
Beethoven: 3 Duets, WoO 27: No. 1 in C Major (arr. Kazunori Seo for flute and bassoon) - I. Allegro commodo more >>
RANZATO, V.: Violin and Piano Music – Romanza senza parole / Danse Espagnole / Berceuse / Meditation / Galopade / Serenata
The fame enjoyed by Virgilio Ranzato, composer, concert performer and appreciated conductor, declined inexorably at the end of the Second World War when only two yet very famous operettas remained in his performed repertoire
Ranzato: La preghiera della sera more >>
STEPHENSON, J.: Clarinet Music – Liquid Melancholy / Colors / Clarinet Sonata
James M. Stephenson came late to his full-time composing career, having performed 17 seasons as a trumpeter in the Naples Philharmonic in Florida.
Stephenson: Fantasie more >>
ARNESEN, K.A.: Infinity / Choral Works
Kim André Arnesen is one of Norway’s most frequently performed contemporary composers.
Arnesen: The gift I'll leave you more >>
JIA, Daqun: Percussion Works
Jia Daqun is one of his country’s most internationally admired composers,
Jia: The Song without Words - II. Arias of Gong and Vibraphone more >>
PALMERI, M.: Misa a Buenos Aires / PIAZZOLLA, A.: Oblivion
Many works by the Argentinian composer Martín Palmeri owe their inspiration to the tango Nuevo style,
Palmeri: Misa a Buenos Aires, "Misatango" - Credo more >>