Results for "Peacock Recordings"
by Wilbur MacKenzie
The resonant voice of Judith Berkson has been ubiquitous in the Brooklyn creative music for years. The inquisitive concertgoer would be likely to catch her microtonal singing and delicate piano work in projects with trombonists Jacob Garchik or Ben Gerstein and drummer John McLellan, but more often in the context of her solo performances at New ...
by Michael McCaw
Gil Selinger has performed in Madison Square Garden, Radio City Music Hall, Lincoln Center, Tonic, the Knitting Factory, and other venues throughout New York and the world. And like most cellists, most listeners have no idea who he is. This despite a multifaceted background that includes classical music performances, SoundPainting with conductor Walter Thompson, and collaborations ...
Label: Peacock Recordings
Track listing: Quartet VIII (0:56) / Trio VIII (0:51) / Quartet II (0:48) / Trio I (2:31) / Quartet VI (2:00) / Solo I (1:06) / Trio II (1:23) / Quartet III (2:54) / Solo II (2:44) / Trio VI (1:45) / Quartet V (0:28) / Solo III (1:52) / Quartet IX (1:12) / Trio III (2:26) / Quartet VII (0:12) / Solo IV (3:43) / Quartet XII (0:34) / Trio IV (1:00) / Solo V (1:50) / Quartet X (2:05) / Trio VII (1:22) / Solo VI (2:08) / Quartet I (3:46) / Trio V (2:07) / Quartet XI (0:49) / Trio IX (0:50) / Quartet IV (0:29).
by Frank Rubolino
Epigrams are short, concise written works expressing a single thought or observation. Jessica Pavone adapted this concept to music by composing 27 short pieces for quartet (bassoon, English horn, cello, and viola); trio (marimba, Bb clarinet, and viola); and solo viola. The project spanned most of 2002 and reflected her changing moods and the textures of ...