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Recent Releases

FDSQ
Artist
Release Date
08/15/11

Antonin Dvorak:  String Quartet in F Major, Op. 96,  "American"

Franz Schubert:  String Quartet in A Minor, Opus 29, "Rosamunde"

Anton Webern:  Langsamer Satz

Marika Takeuchi
Album
Release Date
08/13/11

Night Dream is the first album of Marika Takeuchi's original chamber music and piano solo compositions.

parkhillbrass
Album
Artist
Release Date
08/06/11

An ALL Brass Jazz recording of Swing era tunes with only the brass of the Park HIll Brass featuring great improvisations by the individual players. 

Tri-Fi
Album
Artist
Release Date
07/07/11
Mace Hibbard Quintet
Album
Release Date
06/29/11

Grammy award winning saxophonist, arranger and composer Mace Hibbard, backed by his long time ensemble, is proud to release his latest endeavor, Time Gone By.   Time Gone By is a full throttle voyage firmly respectful of the traditions of jazz, but absolutely cognoscente of modern jazz idioms.

Christopher Brellochs
Album
Release Date
06/28/11

This world premiere recording resurrects the unpublished score of Aaron Copland’s incidental music for the Irwin Shaw play Quiet City, in a new adaptation by Christopher Brellochs.

cdingman
Artist
Release Date
06/21/11

American Modern Ensemble
Release Date
06/12/11

Album contains three works: The Book of Goddesses performed by MAYA. Freya's Tears performed by Clockwise and Embracing the Wind performed by the American Modern Ensemble.

American Contemporary Music Ensemble
Release Date
06/07/11

Loving the Chambered Nautilus, William Brittelle’s third album and ACME's debut album, is a new series of retro-futuristic, electro-acoustic chamber pieces composed by Brittelle and performed by ACME. 

jage863
Artist
Release Date
06/07/11

We Turn Around expertly re-creates TAN's live energy, but with the high-quality audio of a studio session. The result is a convincing mixture of diverse forward-thinking composition, conservatory virtuosity, and Baltimore's improv-scene strangeness.