Composers at the Edge - Thanksgiving Sale


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Composers at the Edge - Thanksgiving Sale

Ten Titles (Fourteen Discs) - on sale through December 31, 2020!

MORTON FELDMAN
"Piano and String Quartet" (1985)



BRIDGE 9369

"If any single piece epitomises the beauty and hypnotic power of Morton Feldman's  final works, it is Piano and String Quartet, composed in 1985, just two years before his death. This poised, ravishing recording comes with an outstanding sleeve note by the composer David Lang."
—The Guardian

CHARLES IVES

Sonatas for Violin and Piano

BRIDGE 9024A/B (TWO DISCS)

"Gregory Fulkerson's accounts of the Violin Sonatas, focused, polished and energetic, haven't been bettered." 
—The New York Times

STEFAN WOLPE
PREMIERE RECORDINGS

BRIDGE 9043

Peter Serkin, piano, The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center,
Speculum Musicae, Oliver Knussen, conductor

***Best of Year*** —BBC Music Magazine

PAUL LANSKY

Homebrew

BRIDGE 9035

"A perfect little jewel, intriguing, funny and viscerally satisfying."
—Fanfare

HARRY PARTCH

Plectra and Percussion Dances

BRIDGE 9432

***GRAMMY AWARD (2014)***

ELLIOTT CARTER

Eight Compositions (1948-1993)

BRIDGE 9044

***BBC Music Magazine: Best of Year***

Group for Contemporary Music

Charles Neidich, Harvey Sollberger, Fred Sherry
Rolf Schulte, David Starobin, Martin Goldray
Charles Wuorinen

ARNOLD SCHOENBERG
PIERROT LUNAIRE

Two performances—in German and English

BRIDGE 9032

"With this distinguished cast, one expects music-making of the highest caliber, and this disc does not disappoint."
—The NATS Journal

CECIL TAYLOR

"Algonquin"

BRIDGE 9146

The visionary pianist Cecil Taylor was commissioned by the Library of Congress in 1999. His Algonquin, is an intensely joyful dialogue for violin and piano.

MARC BLITZSTEIN

"The Cradle Will Rock"

BRIDGE 9511A/B (TWO DISCS)

First complete recording of the 1937 hit show. incorporating Marc Blitzstein's full orchestration. Includes Marc Blitzstein's spoken description of the controversial Orson Welles premiere. 

FRANZ SCHREKER

"The Stigmatized" (1915)

BRIDGE 9400A/C (THREE DISCS)

"Starting with the shimmering, churning Prelude, beautifully played, Conlon paces the score excitingly. Sex, art and mortality set on a medieval canvas."
—Opera News