My music

LEBERL, R.: Guitar Works
Born in the Austro-Hungarian Empire, Rudolf Leberl is one of the most undeservedly neglected of Bohemian composers.
Leberl: Charakterstucke (Character Pieces), Op. 90 No. 5. Erinnerung more >>
GRIGORJEVA, G.: Svjatki / Salve Regina / Diptych / Lament / Nature Morte / In Paradisum
The output of Galina Grigorjeva has deserved appreciation for its remarkably subtle and animated melodic style.
Grigorjeva: Nature Morte - II The Butterfly more >>
REGER, M.: Violin Concerto in A Major, Op. 101 (arr. R. Kolisch for violin and chamber ensemble)
Reger enjoys a particularly high reputation among organists, to whose repertoire he made important additions.
Reger: Violin Concerto in A Major - I. Allegro moderato more >>
Elena Langer: Landscape With Three People
A selection of chamber works by Elena Langer (b. 1974, Moscow), notable for their playful counterpoint and delicate textures.
Elena Langer: Landscape with Three People - Train Love Poem more >>
PONCE, M.M.: Guitar Music, Vol. 4 – Sonatina Meridional / Thème varié et Finale
Considered by many to be the founding father of 20th-century Mexican music, Manuel Ponce dedicated himself to composing for guitar after meeting Andrés Segovia in 1923.
Ponce: Variaciones sobre un tema de A. Cabezon more >>
MORAVEC, P.: Violin Concerto / Shakuhachi Quintet / Equilibrium
Paul Moravec is one of the most admired and acclaimed composers of our time, his music standing out for its melodic grace, lyrical intensity and rich harmonic language.
Moravec: Violin Concerto II more >>
FAIROUZ, M.: Songs (No Orpheus)
Mohammed Fairouz has rapidly become one of the most highly regarded composers of his generation, receiving wide acclaim for works such as Native Informant (Naxos 8.559744) and his 4th symphony, In the Shadow of No Towers (Naxos 8.573205).
Fairouz: Annabel Lee more >>
WEINER, L.: Csongor és Tünde / Ballata
For over half a century at the Liszt Academy in Budapest, Leo Weiner taught successive generations of Hungary’s leading musicians, and won his country’s highest awards.
Weiner: Csongor es Tunde, Op. 10 (2nd version, 1959) - Aranyalmafa - Tunderek kara (The Golden Apple Tree - The Choir of the Fairies) more >>