New Music for Wind Band
Yet another substantial work by our most prolific composer Roland Wiltgen. This time it’s about his homeland, his childhood impressions and nostalgia. His large symphonic fresque for wind band from 1999/2005 is due to be performed by the Harmonie Municipale d’Esch/Alzette conducted by Jean Thill during the Esch2022 festival.
Music for Saxophone
Albena Petrovic-Vratchanska composed several works for saxophone, which are played on this newly released recording by Joan Martí-Frasquier, Romain Nosbaum, Cynthia Knoch and the Kevyart Ensemble.
The CD can be purchased in the shop of Solo Music.
Music for Flute
Maria Miteva recorded ten pieces of contemporary music for flute, among them works by Ivan Boumans, Olivier Dartevelle, Camille Kerger, Alexander Müllenbach, et Albena Petrovic-Vratchanska. Alexander Müllenbach’s Hommage à Debussy was published by LMP and can be purchased in our shop.
The album can be purchased on Maria Miteva’s website: www.maria-miteva.com
Interview with Alexander Müllenbach
On Luxembourg – Let’s make it happen, composer Alexander Müllenbach gives an interview informing about his musical journey and the composers in Luxembourg. Several of his works are published by LMP, of which he is a founding member and member of the board.
Music by René Mertzig (1911 – 1986)
After many ups and downs, LMP is proud to announce the publication of René Mertzig’s works, one of the most important composers for Luxembourg’s musical heritage.
In our shop you will find the serenade Cité éblouissante for septet and quintet of clarinets and Trois mélodies pour chant et piano, as well as reduced version of his works by Claude Kraus and Walter Civitareale. The latest work published is 3 Esquisses pour orchestre à cordes and other works will follow soon.
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