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Volume Four in a series of promotional CDs issued without charge by the Contemporary Music Centre to provide a stimulating introduction to the work of Irish composers.
Three of Hans Christian Andersen’s fairytales very attractively set to music by James Wilson.
On this CD Roger Doyle presents the first volume of his large-scale work ‘Passades’ (2002-04) which uses music software to capture sounds ‘like a freeze-frame in video.’ The CD also includes ‘Charl
Two Irish composers are represented on this CD by Irish pianist Roy Holmes: John Buckley's 'Three Lullabies for Deirdre' and A J Potter's 'Nocturne' in A Minor.
This compilation of music for guitar and flute reflects John Buckley’s particular interest in these instruments.
Virtuoso Bulgarian percussionist, Tatiana Koleva, performs a dynamic selection of new works for marimba, including Irish composer Donnacha Dennehy’s ‘Paddy’.
A beautiful collection of works for violin and piano that span ten years of Ian Wilson’s life, a period during which his ideas about and reasons for composing changed considerably.
The six members of Slagwerkgroep Den Haag (Percussion Group of The Hague) have 600 instruments and a repertoire that encompasses the entire literature of western percussion music.
Including a CD and DVD, this compilation’s title track by Ronan Guilfoyle blends Irish traditional music and South Indian classical music in a melting pot of improvisation by the group Khanda.
Contemporary music for choir and organ by Eric Sweeney performed by The Lassus Scholars and Piccolo Lasso under their director, Íte O’Donovan and with the composer as organist.