Posts Tagged: Sony Classical

Hauschka ~ A Different Forest

Over the years, we’ve come to know Hauschka (Volker Bertelmann) as a master of the prepared piano.  Recent works have seen him expand to full orchestration.  But this year, he’s stripping it all back for an album of solo piano, unadorned.  The

Hauschka ~ A Different Forest

Over the years, we’ve come to know Hauschka (Volker Bertelmann) as a master of the prepared piano.  Recent works have seen him expand to full orchestration.  But this year, he’s stripping it all back for an album of solo piano, unadorned.  The

ACL 2016: The Year’s Best Film Scores

With this feature, our film score picks graduate from a pre-awards article to a year-end list.  2016 has been an exemplary year for film scores, as many of our favorite artists have tried their hand at the cinematic genre and passed

ACL 2016: The Year’s Best Film Scores

With this feature, our film score picks graduate from a pre-awards article to a year-end list.  2016 has been an exemplary year for film scores, as many of our favorite artists have tried their hand at the cinematic genre and passed

Andrew Skeet ~ Finding Time

Soundtrack composer Andrew Skeet’s debut album can be seen as an eloquent provocation, one in which the listener is challenged to re-adapt whatever ear she has for the cinematic. Usually, I think we all tend to put images in our

Andrew Skeet ~ Finding Time

Soundtrack composer Andrew Skeet’s debut album can be seen as an eloquent provocation, one in which the listener is challenged to re-adapt whatever ear she has for the cinematic. Usually, I think we all tend to put images in our