My music

Made in America. This is a musical journey through different countries, aesthetics, composers, and styles of the great American continent.
Roland Dyens: Tango en Skaï more >>
BRAHMS, J.: Cello Sonatas Nos. 1 and 2 / BRUCH, M.: Kol nidrei
Kol Nidre is an Aramaic declaration recited in the synagogue before the beginning of the evening service on every Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement.
Kol nidrei, Op. 47 more >>
Steve Reich – Music for 18 Musicians
Making its harmonia mundi début, New York-based Ensemble Signal performs Steve Reich's Music for 18 Musicians (1974-76), a seminal masterpiece by a pioneering composer who changed the course of 20th-century music.
Reich: Music for 18 Musicians (modular version): Section VII more >>
SOLAL, M.: Piano and 2-Piano Works (Ferrand-N’Kaoua, Solal)
European jazz legend Martial Solal is an imaginative and creative thinker for the piano, and one never straightjacketed by music genres.
Solal: Ballade for 2 Pianos more >>
JABERI, A.: Piano Sonatas Nos. 1-3 / Ballades Nos. 1-3 (The Báb) (Jaberi)
Iranian composer Afshin Jaberi’s powerful music combines 19th-century western piano traditions with eastern melodic influences.
Jaberi: Ballade No. 1, "The Herold" more >>
BEETHOVEN, L. van: Piano Duets (Complete) (A. and S. Hamann)
Beethoven’s compositions for piano duet embrace works written for students as well as those designed for aristocratic acquaintances and friends.
Beethoven: Sonata in D Major for Piano 4 Hands, Op. 6 - II. Rondo: Moderato more >>
Chamber Symphonies – Dmitri Shostakovitch
A decade after its debut performance of the Chamber Symphony Op.110a by Dmitri Shostakovich (after whom the group is named), The Dmitri Ensemble under Graham Ross performs the composer's String Quartets Nos.1, 8 and 10, re-worked as thrilling "Chamber Symphonies" for string orchestra by his pupil and advocate, Rudolf Barshai.
Shostakovitch: Eine kleine Symphonie (Quartet No. 1), Op. 49a: III. Allegro molto more >>
EKANAYAKA, T.: Reinventions – Rhapsodies for Piano (Ekanayaka)
Tanya Ekanayaka is one of Sri Lanka’s foremost pianists and an internationally acclaimed composer. Her ‘deeply autobiographical’ piano compositions, or reinventions, introduce a novel and hybrid musical genre that takes a wide variety of Sri Lankan melodies—ancient, folk and popular—and blends them with motifs inspired by the tonal centres of established classical compositions by Bach, Beethoven, Ravel and others.
Ekanayaka: Adahas: Of Wings Of Roots more >>