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Lockdown Tape #31 features Hauch by Rebecca Saunders. Hauch is "dedicated to Carolin Widman, Ashot Sarkissjan and Hannah Weirich and their extraordinary pianissimo tones."
Quattro Pezzi by Giacinto Scelsi played live to tape by Christine Chapman in our Lockdown Tape #30
As a tribute to Ennio Morricone we present Lockdown Tape #49 with his Canone Inverso Primo e Secondo.
6 Pieces from György Kurtág's cycle Játékok played live to tape by Benjamin Kobler
Yannis Kyriakides' Dog Song - written for Marco Blaauw and his double bell trumpet - is featured in our Lockdown Tape #28.
Johannes Schöllhorn's violoncello solo grisaille played live to tape by Dirk Wietheger
Lockdown Tape #26 features Tre pezzi per violino e pianoforte op. 14e by György Kurtág.
Enno Poppes drumset solo Fell was commissioned by the Ensemble Musikfabrik with the support of the Ministry for Sience and Culture of North Rhine-Westphalia.
György Kurtág - Bornemisza Peter mondasai (The Sayings of Peter Bornemisza), Op. 7: IV. Tavasz (Spring), in a version for trumpet solo from Rückblick played by Marco Blaauw live to tape
Giacinto Scelsi - Tre Studi for E-flat clarinet is featured in our Lockdown Tape #23