Z is for Matthias Ziegler

I’m doing the A-Z April Challenge again. This year, I’m going to look only for composers born the same year as I was: 1955.

Today is Z, and my choice is Matthias Ziegler: Maschad
This is my last post of this year’s A-Z Challenge. It’s been fun. Thanks for everyone who visited and commented. Keep in touch.

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Y is for Akiko Yano

I’m doing the A-Z April Challenge again. This year, I’m going to look only for composers born the same year as I was: 1955.

Today is Y, and my choice is Akiko Yano: Rose Garden

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X is for Toni Xuclà

I’m doing the A-Z April Challenge again. This year, I’m going to look only for composers born the same year as I was: 1955.

Today is W, and my choice is Toni Xuclà: Petit mons

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W is for Amnon Wolman

I’m doing the A-Z April Challenge again. This year, I’m going to look only for composers born the same year as I was: 1955.

Today is W, and my choice is Amnon Wolman: No Stopping Any Time

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V is for Ian Venables

I’m doing the A-Z April Challenge again. This year, I’m going to look only for composers born the same year as I was: 1955.

Today is V, and my choice is Ian Venables: Caprice, Op. 35

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T is for Karmella Tsepkolenko and David Van Tieghem

I’m doing the A-Z April Challenge again. This year, I’m going to look only for composers born the same year as I was: 1955.

Today is T, and my choice is Karmella Tsepkolenko: Concert-drama №2 & Cantata: Three Autumnal Elegies and David Van Tieghem: Number One-Hunted Animals & Ear to the Ground

Thanks to the amazing poetess,Marie Marshall, for suggesting them.

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Cantata: Three Autumnal Elegies (2015)



Number one Hunted Animals




Ears to the Ground

S is for Bright Sheng

I’m doing the A-Z April Challenge again. This year, I’m going to look only for composers born the same year as I was: 1955.

Today is S, and my choice is Bright Sheng: Seven Tunes Heard In China (1995)

Thanks to the amazing poetess,Marie Marshall, for suggesting him.

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