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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
Peter Veale plays Malika Kishino's oboe solo Naki-Ryu - a commission by the Ensemble Musikfabrik supported by the Ministry of Culture and Science of the State of NRW.