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Lowell Liebermann
American Virtuoso

Augusta Read Thomas
Augusta Read Thomas: Resounding Earth

Vache Sharafyan
Blooming Sounds

Joan Tower
Chronicles of Discovery: American Music for Flute and Guitar

John Adams
Drive American

Richard Wernick
Lines for solo cello
albums (13) works (6) tracks (30)
title composer artists/ensemble play
American Virtuoso Lowell Liebermann James Giles, piano play
Augusta Read Thomas: Resounding Earth Augusta Read Thomas Third Coast Percussion; Owen Clayton Condon, percussion; Robert Dillon, percussion; Peter Martin, percussion; David Skidmore, percussion play
Blooming Sounds Works for Unaccompanied Violin Vache Sharafyan Movses Pogossian, violin play
Chronicles of Discovery: American Music for Flute and Guitar Joan Tower David Gilbert, Conductor; Bonita Boyd, flute; Nicholas Goluses, guitar; Eastman Virtuosi Soloists play
Drive American John Adams Heidi Louise Williams, piano play
Lines for solo cello Richard Wernick Scott Kluksdahl, cello play
Network for New Music: Dream Journal Bernard Rands Scott Kluksdahl, cello; Network for New Music Ensemble; Richard Woodhams, oboe; Jan Krzywicki, Conductor play
New American Soloists John Musto Edwin London, Conductor; Laurel Russell, violin; Marlene Rosen, soprano; Cleveland Chamber Symphony; Paul Sperry, tenor play
The New York Philharmonic plays the music of Augusta Read Thomas, Jacob Druckman, and Stephen Hartke Augusta Read Thomas Heidi Grant Murphy, soprano; Steven Harrold, tenor; Gordon Jones, baritone; Rogers Covey-Crump, tenor; David James, countertenor; New York Philharmonic; Lorin Maazel, Conductor; Hilliard Ensemble play
Notable Women Trios by Today's Female Composers Lera Auerbach Lincoln Trio; Desirée Ruhstrat, violin; David Cunliffe, cello; Marta Aznavoorian, piano play
Patricia Goodson: Strange Attractors Randall Woolf Patricia Goodson, piano play
Precipice - Modern Marimba Philip Glass Nathaniel Bartlett, marimba play
Rhapsodic Musings 21st century works for solo violin Elliott Carter Jennifer Koh, violin play
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