Mark Robson : January 10, 2017, REDCAT
Wolfgang RihmKlavierstuck nr. 5 Tombeau
Ferruccio BusoniSonatina in diem nativitatis Christi MCMXVII, a tribute to Leonard Stein
Philip GlassEtudes #9, 20 and 3
Karlheinz StockhausenNatürliche Dauern #10, 23 and 5
Daniel RothmanLife Between Tidemarks on Rocky Shores (World Premiere)
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