Listen: Solo Instruments on Display with Laderman, Marshall and Theofanidis
Wednesday, August 12, 2015
On March 6, 2014, music for solo instruments was the hidden theme of the New Music New Haven concert featuring Yale faculty composers Ezra Laderman, Ingram Marshall and Christopher Theofanidis in addition to Yale graduate students Jesse Limbacher, Brendon Randall-Myers, Paul Kerekes and Ian Gottlieb.
Variations in color and tone were highlighted in this evening's compositions for solo instruments. In addition to Nausea for bass clarinet by Brendon Randall-Myers, the program featured Birichino for solo piano by Theofanidis, Laderman's June 29th for solo flute, and Soe-pa, Marshall's composition for amplified classical guitar with digital delays and loops.
Listen to the individual pieces below.
Jesse Limbacher - Reactions
Christopher Theofanidis - Birichino for solo piano
Brendon Randall-Myers - Nausea
Ezra Laderman - June 29th
Paul Kerekes - spark
Ian Gottlieb - Jazz not Jazz
Ingram Marshall - Soe-pa
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Recorded by Eugene Kimball for New Music New Haven.