Clarinet and piano music.
Musique Nouvelle Pour Clavier NumériqueSergio Barroso studied piano, theory and organ with Alfredo Levi, César Pérez Sentenat, Edgardo Martín, and Alfredo Díez Nieto at the Havana National “Amadeo Roldán” Conservatory, where he received an Honours Diploma in 1966.Tribute to Adolphe SaxRecognized as an exceptional percussionist, Marie-Josée Simard is blessed with an astonishing talent.For this recording, Colleen Athparia has selected pieces from Spain, France and Canada that range in date of composition from 1890 to 1978.Petros Shoujounian is an Armenian Canadian composer who focuses on orchestral, piano, chamber, and choral music. Petros Shoujounian, received the Best Modern International Award by AMFA of Los Angeles in 1999.Both the composer and the librettist agreed to delve into Quebec's history to find the story and characters for their opera. Chevalier de Lorimier is one of the most interesting figures from the period of the Troubles of 1837-1838
Hommage à Ivan WyschnegradskyHommage à Ivan WyschnegradskyJean-Guy Boisvert, clarinet and Louise-Andrée Baril, piano.Suite Celtique pour harpe / Une Messe pour le Vent qui souffleEstelle Lemire, ondes martenot and Adrienne Park, piano. The ondes martenot or ondes musicales ("musical waves") is an electronic musical instrument invented in 1928 by Maurice Martenot.The Ensemble d'Ondes de Montréal, one of the first of its kind, seeks to familiarize audiences throughout the world, and particularly in North America, with the Ondes Martenot.