Adès, Thomas: Darknesse Visible
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Solo piano music composed in the late 20th century. Attention, this will most likely be your next favorite.
Rasmussen, Karl Aage: The Four Seasons After Vivaldi
One of the most famous classical music pieces, just in a slightly different way.
Barber, Samuel: Adagio
Modern classical music ... perhaps the most famous... and one of the saddest pieces...
Prokofiev, Sergei: Visions Fugitives
This is perhaps the most beautiful vision in a series of the lesser-known Prokofiev miniatures.
Pulkkis, Uljas: Enchanted Garden
Happenings from sunset to sunrise in a magical garden. This violin sound...!
Samy, Moussa: A Globe Itself Infolding
Are you expecting splendid and joyful music? This piece is one of the most excellent options.
Shschedrin, Rodion: Echo Sonata
Beyond question, Vengerov is phenomenal; just listen to this painfully delicate performance.
Glass, Philip: Modern Love Waltz (arr. Leng Tan)
When was the last time you heard a toy piano? And a waltz or a love waltz?
Glass, Philip: Violin Concerto
Can modern classical music create a very pleasant so-called “melody stick”? Just give it a try with Glass’ music.
Lazkano, Ramon: Wintersonnenwende-4 II
How to achieve - and maintain - breathtaking rhythm with violin and piano? This way.
Penderecki, Krzysztof: Polish Requiem
Incredible requiems were born in the common practice period. The 20th and 21st centuries are no exception.
Rautavaara, Einojuhani: Harp Concerto
A very rare line-up: a harp concerto taking advantage of the features of this complex instrument.
Eno, Brian: Emerald and Stone (arr. Knoth)
Demanding music works the same way. Or does the tone of the violin add something to the original version?
Szymanski, Pawel: Deux études pour piano - II.
A fast track also can be unforgettable. ... fast ... waving ... ahead ... fast ... waving ... ahead ....
Bartók, Béla: String Quartet No.4
Pizzicato often results in a soft or weak sounding… but not in this case.
Lohse, Martin: 5 Momenti Mobile
The first step towards modern harmonica music, right from the start with an unusual combination of an accordion duo and a piano trio...
Stravinsky, Igor: Le Sacre du Printemps
Sacre ... an absolute classic: incredible power, dynamics, and rhythm.
Schnittke, Alfred: Concerto For Viola And Orchestra
Transition to Listening Room 2 with Schnittke's perfect sense of beauty and morbidity.
Listening Room 01
Start here if you don’t listen to modern classical music or classical music at all.
More tracks cooming soon!
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