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Final copies of discs which are selling out
We are running low on CD copies of the following releases:
Lucio Capece & Werner Dafeldecker
Two improvisations by two of the most respected Berlin-based musicians. “Wonderfully controlled soundwork by two masters of the experimental music” Marcus O’Reilly
Fewer than 20 copies left
“Its beauty is not to be missed.” John Eyles
at25 Magda Mayas - ‘Heartland’
Powerful solo piano pieces by the Berlin-based Lebanese composer / instrumentalist. A stunning new piece jointly composed and played
at161 Oliver Leith
‘good day good day bad day bad day’
“New music does not get more lovable….it’s a piece you want to hug. A sweet-hearted hypnagogic gem.” Igor Toronyi-Lalic
at103 d’incise ‘Appalachian Anatolia’
Excellent extended composition for solo guitar, magnificently played by Cristian Alvear
at177 Barbara Monk Feldman - ‘Verses’
Five beautiful chamber works by Barbara Monk Feldman, played by the GBSR Duo and Mira Benjamin
at176 Linda Catlin Smith ‘Ballad’
A new CD from Linda Catlin Smith, with two wonderful works for cello and piano, played by Kerry Yong and Anton Lukoszevieze from Apartment House
at175 Oliver Leith ‘Me Hollywood’
Following the success of his recent CD ‘good day good day bad day bad day’, more music from Oliver Leith. This time five chamber works, played by Explore Ensemble on their debut CD release
at174 James Weeks ‘Summer’
Explore Ensemble again, performing five beautiful chamber pieces by Durham-based composer James Weeks
John Cage Number Pieces Box Set
New CD Releases, November 2021
Five new CDs for the winter months. Beautiful music, wonderfully played.
Special offers: You can buy all 5 of the new releases for the price of 4. And see below for details of the launch concert, and special offers on previous discs by Ryoko Akama and Martin Iddon.
The John Cage Number Pieces box set was top of The Wire’s year list for modern composition, and #6 in its overall disc of the year listing. It was also #4 in The Guardian’s best classical releases for 2021.
“Apartment House’s performances are wonderfully committed - every note is there, you sense, for a reason - and reveal the strange beauty in these works….The whole set is a revelation”.
There’s also been a great in-depth review at Point of Departure here: “Monumental…the box sheds renewed light on this oft overlooked series. Through their dedication and peerless production values, they have created a singular lens into these pieces”,
“The musicians participating here are outstanding not only on account of their technical refinement, but also their capacity to tune in to the inner life of Cage’s scores and to pick up the vibrations of possibility they transmit….An exciting and important release of music too seldom heard”
£32 + £3 postage worldwide
Morton Feldman Piano box set
Aside from the Cage Number Pieces box set, our previous box set of Morton Feldman’s piano music played by Philip Thomas remains our best-selling release. It is now in its third pressing, and had a string of great reviews, with just two examples below.
“Everything about this six-hour, five-disc box set radiates the care, attention-to-detail and , yes, love that has been invested in producing it….absolutely essential. Forget about albums-of-the-week, end of year lists and so forth; Morton Feldman Piano seems destined to be played, discussed and cherished for many years to come. A historic five-star release.” John Eyles
“Throughout you’re aware of how thoroughly Thomas grasps the architecture of the music, and how deeply this sensitivity is grounded inside an intimate communion with the resonant swells and overtones of Feldman. Again and again I was reminded of Bach playing of the highest order as Thomas’s crystalline clear orientation around line makes the motility between contrapuntal lines dance internally.” Philip Clark, The Wire
Sales to EU countries
New EU customs regulations are affecting some people in the European Union when they buy CDs from the UK. The new rules are being enforced inconsistently, and the situation varies from country to country. In the most severe cases people are being charged extra charges even on small packets from the UK. But this is rare, and in most countries the majority of our packets are getting through without extra costs.
If you live in the European Union and are worried about the possibility of customs charges, you can avoid them by ordering our CDs from our European distributor Soundohm, who stock most of our discs.
You can order our CDs from Soundohm’s website here
All 5 new CDs for the price of 4: £36 + £3 postage worldwide
Special offer: Previous releases by Ryoko Akama and Martin Iddon
at93 Lucio Capece ‘Awareness About’
Highly-acclaimed CD by the Berlin-based Argentine composer / instrumentalist Lucio Capece, featuring four works for saxophones, microphones & speakers mounted on balloons, and so on.
Fewer than 20 copies left
at72 Martin Iddon ‘Pneuma’
Five chamber works which “create a window through which we hear another world. This other world is the essential secret of pneuma—one which can only be perceived in listening, and one which is always at the very threshold of recognition.” Ian Power
at110x2 Ryoko Akama ‘places & pages’
Fantastically creative double CD in which Ryoko and a group of Geneva-based musicians interpret her brief text scores.
“Maintains an amazing level of variety and imagination, endlessly surprising and enthralling.” Brian Olewnick
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at79 ‘next to nothing’ Akama / Duplant / Lash
Three minimal trio pieces, one composed by each musician.
“Next to Nothing is both soothing and challenging. It invites the listener to slow down, relax, and patiently accept subtle, simple, musical ideas, which for most of us are in dramatic contrast to our usual fast-paced lives.” Christopher Mandel
at179 Martin Iddon - ‘Sapindales’
Four clarinet-based works, beautifully played by Heather Roche, with contributions from Juliet Fraser, Anton Lukoszevieze and James Opstad. Intricate music with delicate interweaving lines. The title piece combines field recordings made by the composer with wonderful multi-tracked clarinets.
at183 Andrew McIntosh
‘A moonbeam is just a filtered sunbeam’
Wonderful and haunting extended solo piece by the California-based composer and instrumentalist Andrew McIntosh, combining field recordings with violin, viola, piano and other sounds.
at182 Morton Feldman
‘Piano and String Quartet’
Apartment House once more, here with their exceptional interpretation of Feldman’s celebrated late work. 80 minutes of extraordinary beauty.
at181 Georgia Rodgers - ‘September’
More from Apartment House, playing chamber works by the young UK-based composer Georgia Rodgers, plus a brand new piece for piano and electronics played by Zubin Kanga.
at180 Ryoko Akama - songs for a shed
A series of six pieces for piano and instruments, commissioned by Philip Thomas and Another Timbre, and composed for Apartment House, whose realisations are typically exquisite. With Siwan Rhys on piano.
Sale price £5
Sale price £10 - double CD
Sale price £5
at57 John Cage ‘Cartridge Music’
A realisation of Cage’s famous piece from 1960 for record player cartridges, recorded live at the Audiograft Festival in 2012
at123 John Cage ‘Two2’
There’s been a rush on this one since the release of the Number Pieces box set, and it’s brilliant: two hours of music for two pianos, played by Philip Thomas and Mark Knoop
Fewer than 10 copies left