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  • Summer Night

    and other songs for voice and piano

    The Canadian Art Song Project presents the first ever recording devoted entirely to songs by Healey Willan, featuring beloved favourites as well as several lesser known pieces, with baritone Peter Barrett, soprano Martha Guth, mezzo-soprano Allyson McHardy and pianist Helen Becqué.
  • What Goes Around

    Music by / Musique de Frank Horvat

    What Goes Around is a minimalist chamber music album by Canadian composer Frank Horvat.
  • Carmen Braden’s second studio album Songs of the Invisible Summer Stars celebrates her chamber compositions.
  • Land's End Ensemble's second recording celebrating their 20th anniversary features new works by four award-winning Canadian composers: Vincent Ho, Omar Daniel, Analia Llugdar, and Derek Charke.
  • To celebrate the centennial of Istvan Anhalt’s birth, Centrediscs is proud to present a recording featuring his two final orchestral works, ... the timber of those times… (…a theogony…), and Four Portraits from Memory.
  • Canadian Amber
    Ambre canadien

    Music by Latvian-Canadian Composers
    Musiques des compositeurs canado-lettons

    The Toronto Latvian Concert Association is pleased to offer this recording featuring the music of Janis Kalnins, Talivaldis Kenins, and Imant Raminsh as a tribute to the significant contribution made by Canadians of Latvian heritage to music and culture in Canada.
  • In this second recording dedicated to the songs of celebrated Canadian composer Derek Holman, Canadian Art Song Project has partnered with the Aldeburgh Connection to highlight works that emerged from relationships nurtured for decades between Holman and pianists Stephen Ralls and Bruce Ubukata and tenor Colin Ainsworth.
  • Srul Irving Glick's (1934 – 2002) musical depictions of Jewish life in his Suites Hébraïques are particularly vivid examples of his chamber music. Glick wrote for many other genres, including art song, choral and symphonic music, but these six suites contain much of his very finest work.
  • Over the last fifteen years, Victor Herbiet has composed works in various styles to add new and innovative selections to the classical saxophone repertoire. Whether he draws inspiration from the Argentinian tango, ragtime, French Impressionism, serialism or electronic music, he strives to infuse flow and energy in every piece he creates.
  • La Patrie – Our Canada

    Canadian Orchestral Music 1874-1943 - Musique orchestrale canadienne

    A debut recording by the pioneering Symphonova Orchestra, the CD is a celebration of technological innovation in the service of the classical-music heritage.