A review of the Flux Quartet’s recording of Feldman’s String Quartet No. 1, on Mode Records.
I first discovered the recordings of R. Andrew Lee when I heard his five-hour November, released on the Irritable Hedgehog record label. After that, I purchased many of his other recordings, including music by Tom Johnson, Jürg Frey, Eva-Maria Houben, Anne Southam and others. I’m particularly enamored of the kind of slow, gradual minimalist music […]
Pianist David Toub has launched a crowd-funding effort to pay for the recording of two of his works. Performed by Stéphane Ginsburg, these works, quartet for piano (2010) and for four (2012), will be released on the World Edition label in 2016. David Toub’s work is very interesting. I encountered his music back in 2007, […]
R. Andrew Lee is a pianist who records a wide variety of minimalist music for Irritable Hedgehog. Some of the music he records is quite long. There’s Tom Johnson’s An Hour for Piano, which, as its title suggests, lasts an hour. And there’s November, which is just shy of five hours. Lee has launched a […]