Don't Panic! 60 Seconds for Piano
composer: Roger Kleier - Paul von Hippel - Newt Hinton - Sergio Pallante - Jonathan Katz - Joseph Rovan - Gene Pritsker - Patricia Elizabeth Martinez - Walter Haven - Atanasio Khyrsh - Marcin Józef Zebrowski - Alper Maral - Atsushi Yoshinaka - Sophie de Wit - Lionel Sainsbury - Tuyet A. Tran - Stéphane Leach - Yohichi Togawa - D. Andrew Stewart - Dan Warburton - Lansing D. McLoskey - Martial Robert - Riccardo Vaglini - Ketty Nez - Alan Frederick Shockley - Giovanni Mancuso - Elliott Sharp - Vanessa Lann - Charles Shadle - Daniel Landau - Walter Sanchez - Fritz Lauer - Thomas Jefferson Anderson - Roberto Andreoni - Louis Andriessen - Eilon Aviram - Danielle Baas - Joanna Bailie - James Baiye - Paul E. Beaudoin - Derek Bermel - William Bolcom - Richard Brooks - Patrick Cahallan - Pepe-Tonino Caravaggio - Richard Carrick - Joshua Cody - Ketzel Cotel - Christopher Culpo - Moritz Eggert - Robert Eidschun - Victor Ekimovsky - Barbara Engel - Brian Escriv - Carl Faia - Donal Fox - Frederick Frahm - Isak Goldschneider - Annie Gosfield - Jonathan Norton
What if 60 composers from 18 countries wrote 60 pieces under 1 minute each for solo piano?
Guy Livingston: piano, percussion, tape effects
What if 60 composers from 18 countries wrote 60 pieces under 1 minute each for solo piano? " Listeners of this new WERGO CD will easily follow the enthusiastic opinion of the press: 'Daring to Be New ... Ensembles that play only new music are plentiful these days, but soloists who play recitals devoted entirely to newly commissioned works are scarce enough to seem heroic or eccentric, or perhaps a bit of both. Guy Livingston, an American pianist who lives in Paris, has assembled a program of recent works that may be quirky enough to appeal to listeners who have doubts about modern musical language ...' (The New York Times, January 21st, 2000) " "A microcosm of the very newest music ... Modern music is rarely so multi-dimensional, rich in changes and exciting ..." (Münchner Merkur, June 10th, 1999)