This Nocturne is dedicated to the memory of Gian Carlo Menotti. Slow arpeggios and chords fill this reflective movement. Of advanced difficulty. Duration ca. 9 minutes.
A lyrical recital work, written for Stephen Hough. Recorded by Margaret Mills on Cambria CD 1094.
Contents: Three Lullabies for Two Pianos, Op. 76 -- Sonata for Two Pianos, Op. 117 -- Variations on a Theme by Mozart for Two Pianos, Op. 42 -- Daydream and Nightmare for Two Pianos, Eight Hands, Op. 94.
This is an advanced arrangement of the famous set of variations by Ives. Duration ca. 7 minutes.
Includes music by Franz Schubert, Lowell Liebermann, Magnus Johannsson, and Sergei Prokofiev. With Michael McHale, piano.
Korevaar performs Liebermann's Gargoyles; Variations on a Theme of Anton Bruckner; Piano Sonata No. 1; and Album for the Young.
Hawley also performs music by Robert Beaser, Joan Tower, Lowell Liebermann and Peter Schickele. With guitarist Jeffrey McFadden.
Works by: Carl Davis, Steven Isserlis, Julian Jacobson, Lowell Liebermann, David Matthews, Olli Mustonen, Mark-Anthony Turnage, John Woolrich. Grades 4-7.
In one movement. This is Liebermann's orchestration of his Nocturne No. 6 for Piano, Op. 62. For full orchestra. Duration ca. 11 minutes.
Contents: Variations / Robert Beaser -- Duo / Aaron Copland -- Sonata, Op. 14 / Robert Muczynski -- Sonata, Op. 23 / Lowell Liebermann. With Margaret Kampmeier, piano.
A disc of music based on the work of Brahms, by composers such as Ernest Dohnanyi, Peter Liebermann, Edhard Schütt, and Ignaz Friedman.
Dedicated to Lowell Liebermann and Jeffrey Khaner. A rhythmic and energetic sonata in three movements. Of moderate to advanced difficulty. Duration ca. 15 minutes.
The Newman & Oltman Guitar Duo and the Daedalus Quartet perform music by Dusan Bogdanovic, Lowell Liebermann, Roberto Sierra, Augusta Read Thomas, Michael Karmon, and others.
Amalong performs toccatas by 20th and 21 century American composers, such as Rorem, Antheil, Hoiby, Fine, Sowerby, Liebermann, Lees, Harris, Menotti, Muczynski, Diemer, and others.
With Elisabeth Riessbeck, flute; and Klaus Jäckle, guitar. Includes music by Klemens Vereno, Edward McGuire, Ulrich Schultheiss, Werner Heider, Klaus Feldmann and Lowell Liebermann. SACD.
Contents: Next Atlantis, by Sebastian Currier; Icefield Sonnets, by Pierre Jalbert; Anniversary Dances, by Paul Moravec; String Quartet No. 3, by Lowell Liebermann.
Okulitch sings music by Ricky Ian Gordon, Jake Heggie, Lowell Liebermann, and Glen Roven, accompanied on the piano by the composers.
Kondonassis performs music by John Williams, Hannah Lash, Lowell Liebermann, Stephen Paulus, Norman Dello Joio, John Cage, and Elliott Carter. Includes world premiere recordings.
With a preface in German and English. Liebermann composed this opera on a libretto by Heinrich Strobel, based on the play by Molière. This full score is reprinted from an early Universal edition, UE 12719.
Commissioned by Ford Lacy and Cece Smith for Andrew Litton and the Dallas Symphony Orchestra and Chorus. Liebermann used texts adapted from poems by Walt Whitman. Premiered in February 2000. With an instrumentation list.
Commissioned by the Geraldine C. and Emory M. Ford Foundation for Robert White. Premiered in February 1998 by Robert White and Lowell Liebermann at Merkin Concert Hall in NY City. Duration: ca. 20 minutes.
Commissioned by the children of Dinwiddie Lampton, Jr. on the occasion of his 90th birthday. Premiered in Fort Worth, Texas, Feburary 2006, by cellist Andres Diaz and Liebermann. A sonata in one movement. Duration ca. 16 minutes.