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Album: “Jessica Rivera Sings Romantic Music” Artist: Jessica Rivera (soprano) L. Mark Carver (piano) Eleanor Weingartner (clarinet) Released: Mexico, October, 2008; USA, February, 2009 Label: UREXT DIGITAL CLASSICS JBCC 158
Contains: CANTAR DE LOS CANTARES (for soprano, clarinet and piano) _______
“On this stunning disc,…soprano Jessica Rivera is most impressive in extended, very beautiful Spanish adaptations of "The Song of Songs" by Maryland born Ian Krouse.”

~Robert Croan PITTSBURGH POST-GAZETTE, February 5, 2009.

"...the performers leap into the two sections of Cantar de los Cantares (a setting of a Spanish translation of the “Song of Songs”) by the American composer Ian Krouse…He wrote this 24-minute piece expressly for this recording and (the liner notes tell us) he advises “the clarinetist to think of herself as a singer in a duet with the soprano,” manifesting the chamber music ideal at the heart of his piece…great arcs of melody…and that’s always a way into my heart…I listened to this one repeatedly with rapt attention.”

~James M. Keller, CHAMBER MUSIC, Vol. 26, No. 3, May/June 2009



“…the Krouse stands out as a magnificent contribution to the repertoire; while its neo-romanticism has immediacy and appeal, it also has profundity and depth of expression that rivals and probably surpasses the more renowned pieces on the program.”

~Hanudel, AMERICAN RECORD GUIDE, May/June 2009

“Ian Krouse’s Cantar de los Cantares is a multi-layered work that constantly engages the ear and challenges the players. Part I features some jazzy wind, rollicking-kisses and the clarinet as dove. The closing introspective moment is memorable. Flashes of passion form much of Part II as the clarinet easily slinks about the garden, the voice finds some compelling darkness and the piano takes us gently away. If only love was always this fulfilling and uncomplicated.”

~S. James Wegg, JWR ARTICLES, July, 2009






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Shirei Shalom – Songs of Peace

Live in the Synagogue of Enschede

Alberto Mesirca & Duo NIHZ

Alberto partecipates with:-Golondrinas (Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco)
-Studio no. 27 “Elogio di un albatro” (Angelo Gilardino)
-Sefer Torah (Gianmartino Maria Durighello)
-Variations on a Moldavian Hora (Ian Krouse)
-Ricercare (Francesco Canova da Milano)
-Erev Ba (with Duo NIHZ)

℗ & © 2009

Samsong productions
Catalogue number: SAMDVD005





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Shirei Shalom – Songs of Peace

Live in the Synagogue of Enschede

Alberto Mesirca & Duo NIHZ

Alberto partecipates with:-Golondrinas (Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco)
-Studio no. 27 “Elogio di un albatro” (Angelo Gilardino)
-Sefer Torah (Gianmartino Maria Durighello)
-Variations on a Moldavian Hora (Ian Krouse)
-Ricercare (Francesco Canova da Milano)
-Erev Ba (with Duo NIHZ)

℗ & © 2009

Samsong productions
Catalogue number: SAMDVD005





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Da Chara Ai Hanazumi (flute) and Shinpei Hashizume (guitar) Released: 2012 "A debut album of a new generation Duo, flower ayô (flute) and Hashizume Shinpei (guitar) pursuing music joy naturally. In the Gaelic language, the contemporary powerful duo plays music full of life-sized joy, including the title song "Da Hara" that means "two friends", guitarists and composers living in modern times, One piece of convocation full of joy of music." (C) RS Click here to watch live performance on YouTube Click here to download album on iTunes





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Da Chara Ai Hanazumi (flute) and Shinpei Hashizume (guitar) Released: 2012 "A debut album of a new generation Duo, flower ayô (flute) and Hashizume Shinpei (guitar) pursuing music joy naturally. In the Gaelic language, the contemporary powerful duo plays music full of life-sized joy, including the title song "Da Hara" that means "two friends", guitarists and composers living in modern times, One piece of convocation full of joy of music." (C) RS Click here to watch live performance on YouTube Click here to download album on iTunes





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Shirei Shalom – Songs of Peace

Live in the Synagogue of Enschede

Alberto Mesirca & Duo NIHZ

Alberto partecipates with:-Golondrinas (Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco)
-Studio no. 27 “Elogio di un albatro” (Angelo Gilardino)
-Sefer Torah (Gianmartino Maria Durighello)
-Variations on a Moldavian Hora (Ian Krouse)
-Ricercare (Francesco Canova da Milano)
-Erev Ba (with Duo NIHZ)

℗ & © 2009

Samsong productions
Catalogue number: SAMDVD005





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Shirei Shalom – Songs of Peace

Live in the Synagogue of Enschede

Alberto Mesirca & Duo NIHZ

Alberto partecipates with:-Golondrinas (Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco)
-Studio no. 27 “Elogio di un albatro” (Angelo Gilardino)
-Sefer Torah (Gianmartino Maria Durighello)
-Variations on a Moldavian Hora (Ian Krouse)
-Ricercare (Francesco Canova da Milano)
-Erev Ba (with Duo NIHZ)

℗ & © 2009

Samsong productions
Catalogue number: SAMDVD005





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Album: “Jessica Rivera Sings Romantic Music” Artist: Jessica Rivera (soprano) L. Mark Carver (piano) Eleanor Weingartner (clarinet) Released: Mexico, October, 2008; USA, February, 2009 Label: UREXT DIGITAL CLASSICS JBCC 158
Contains: CANTAR DE LOS CANTARES (for soprano, clarinet and piano) _______
“On this stunning disc,…soprano Jessica Rivera is most impressive in extended, very beautiful Spanish adaptations of "The Song of Songs" by Maryland born Ian Krouse.”

~Robert Croan PITTSBURGH POST-GAZETTE, February 5, 2009.

"...the performers leap into the two sections of Cantar de los Cantares (a setting of a Spanish translation of the “Song of Songs”) by the American composer Ian Krouse…He wrote this 24-minute piece expressly for this recording and (the liner notes tell us) he advises “the clarinetist to think of herself as a singer in a duet with the soprano,” manifesting the chamber music ideal at the heart of his piece…great arcs of melody…and that’s always a way into my heart…I listened to this one repeatedly with rapt attention.”

~James M. Keller, CHAMBER MUSIC, Vol. 26, No. 3, May/June 2009



“…the Krouse stands out as a magnificent contribution to the repertoire; while its neo-romanticism has immediacy and appeal, it also has profundity and depth of expression that rivals and probably surpasses the more renowned pieces on the program.”

~Hanudel, AMERICAN RECORD GUIDE, May/June 2009

“Ian Krouse’s Cantar de los Cantares is a multi-layered work that constantly engages the ear and challenges the players. Part I features some jazzy wind, rollicking-kisses and the clarinet as dove. The closing introspective moment is memorable. Flashes of passion form much of Part II as the clarinet easily slinks about the garden, the voice finds some compelling darkness and the piano takes us gently away. If only love was always this fulfilling and uncomplicated.”

~S. James Wegg, JWR ARTICLES, July, 2009






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Da Chara Ai Hanazumi (flute) and Shinpei Hashizume (guitar) Released: 2012 "A debut album of a new generation Duo, flower ayô (flute) and Hashizume Shinpei (guitar) pursuing music joy naturally. In the Gaelic language, the contemporary powerful duo plays music full of life-sized joy, including the title song "Da Hara" that means "two friends", guitarists and composers living in modern times, One piece of convocation full of joy of music." (C) RS Click here to watch live performance on YouTube Click here to download album on iTunes





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Da Chara Ai Hanazumi (flute) and Shinpei Hashizume (guitar) Released: 2012 "A debut album of a new generation Duo, flower ayô (flute) and Hashizume Shinpei (guitar) pursuing music joy naturally. In the Gaelic language, the contemporary powerful duo plays music full of life-sized joy, including the title song "Da Hara" that means "two friends", guitarists and composers living in modern times, One piece of convocation full of joy of music." (C) RS Click here to watch live performance on YouTube Click here to download album on iTunes





CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFO ON THIS ALBUM


Album: “Jessica Rivera Sings Romantic Music” Artist: Jessica Rivera (soprano) L. Mark Carver (piano) Eleanor Weingartner (clarinet) Released: Mexico, October, 2008; USA, February, 2009 Label: UREXT DIGITAL CLASSICS JBCC 158
Contains: CANTAR DE LOS CANTARES (for soprano, clarinet and piano) _______
“On this stunning disc,…soprano Jessica Rivera is most impressive in extended, very beautiful Spanish adaptations of "The Song of Songs" by Maryland born Ian Krouse.”

~Robert Croan PITTSBURGH POST-GAZETTE, February 5, 2009.

"...the performers leap into the two sections of Cantar de los Cantares (a setting of a Spanish translation of the “Song of Songs”) by the American composer Ian Krouse…He wrote this 24-minute piece expressly for this recording and (the liner notes tell us) he advises “the clarinetist to think of herself as a singer in a duet with the soprano,” manifesting the chamber music ideal at the heart of his piece…great arcs of melody…and that’s always a way into my heart…I listened to this one repeatedly with rapt attention.”

~James M. Keller, CHAMBER MUSIC, Vol. 26, No. 3, May/June 2009



“…the Krouse stands out as a magnificent contribution to the repertoire; while its neo-romanticism has immediacy and appeal, it also has profundity and depth of expression that rivals and probably surpasses the more renowned pieces on the program.”

~Hanudel, AMERICAN RECORD GUIDE, May/June 2009

“Ian Krouse’s Cantar de los Cantares is a multi-layered work that constantly engages the ear and challenges the players. Part I features some jazzy wind, rollicking-kisses and the clarinet as dove. The closing introspective moment is memorable. Flashes of passion form much of Part II as the clarinet easily slinks about the garden, the voice finds some compelling darkness and the piano takes us gently away. If only love was always this fulfilling and uncomplicated.”

~S. James Wegg, JWR ARTICLES, July, 2009






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