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Today Ravello Records and Navona Records bring you a brand new electronic collection from New York composer Joel Gressel, an art lovers dream by Hilary Tann, and narrated stories with music by Michael G. Cunningham and Chopin.
GENETIC DRIFT, a 17-piece collection from electronic music composer Joel Gressel, is among the latest releases from Ravello Records. The various tracks featured on the album were composed over the course of 20 years, each using the same set of sophisticated compositional rules to produce their unique sounds.
And The Snow Did Lie
New from Navona Records comes AND THE SNOW DID LIE, composed by Hilary Tann and performed by the Sirius Quartet. The powerful combination of Tann’s expressive lyricism and sense of balance paired with the formidable skill and precision of the Sirius Quartet make this new digital single a musical event not to be missed.
Three Theatre Pieces
Michael G. Cunningham
Michael G. Cunningham lets storytelling take center stage on THREE THEATRE PIECES AND CHOPIN, an imaginative and accessible collection of works that highlight the composer’s ability to musically illustrate tales both fantastical and true to real life, including narrations that tell the stories of “The Real Alice” and “Pinocchio.”