March 2019: New Releases from Navona and Ravello Records (Pt. 1)

March indicates the final moments of winter, as spring enters the scene and the songs of birds are mingled with the sounds of new music. Today, we introduce an electronic collection that uses listeners as performers, a PARMA artist’s stunning eighth album on Navona Records, and much more.

Dive in and discover new music from David Rosenboom, Sergio Cervetti, Frédéric D’Haene, Yoko Hirota, and more.


MARCH RELEASES OUT NOW

PARALLEL REALMS

Sergio Cervetti

With over half a dozen albums on Navona Records to date, one may well call Sergio Cervetti a veteran. His newest release, PARALLEL REALMS, showcases the Uruguayan’s complete mastery of 21st-century techniques, with a complete liberation from the restrictions of form and traditional harmony.

 


DEVIANT RESONANCES

David Rosenboom

Using what he calls “listening as performance” on his album DEVIANT RESONANCES, composer David Rosenboom uses listeners to create an ethereal musical experience by using their brainwaves as instruments.

 


MUSIC WITH SILENT AITAKE’S

Frédéric D’Haene

MUSIC WITH SILENT AITAKE’S is not merely composer Frédéric D’Haene’s PARMA Recordings debut. It also serves as an introduction to his entirely individual composition technique, “paradoxophony,” which is the combination of two or more musical worlds in which none takes control over any of the others. The result is a piece that achieves a unique coexistence between Western and traditional Japanese music.

 


SCHOENBERG PIANO MUSIC

Yoko Hirota

Pianist Yoko Hirota makes her PARMA Recordings debut with SCHOENBERG PIANO MUSIC AND HIS 17 FRAGMENTS, featuring pieces composed by Arnold Schoenberg between 1909 and 1923. Included in this captivating collection are his Drei Klavierstückes op.11, Five Pieces for Piano, Klavierstücke 23, and the 17 fragments left by the composer.

 


COMING MARCH 22

PEACE, NATURE & RENEWAL

Mark Dal Porto


3 RHAPSODIES

Matej Meštrović


LIVE IN OSTRAVA

Mark John McEncroe


BENEATH THE TIDE

Michael G. Cunningham, Rain Worthington, Ssu-Yu Huang, Bruce Reiprich, Beth Mehocic

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