Chuck Pierce, Jeff Marder, Astor Piazzolla, Henry Mancini, Lady Gaga, Walter Milbank, Anthony Newley and Leslie Bricusse, Ennio Morricone, traditional tunes.
Keve Wilson, oboe and english horn. Jeff Marder, keyboards. Chuck Pierce, guitar. Mat Fields and Mike Valerio, fretless bass. Greg Heffernan, cello. Mr. Lei, erhu. Andy Beall, percussion. Gene Pritsker, computer sampling.
Noizepunk & BorisLove
Borislav Strulev - cello, guitar. Gene Pritsker, Di.J, Guitar.
“Eclecticism that opens new horizons in the perceptions of music”
Matthias Kronsteiner - Bassoon
Gene Pritsker, Hector Villa-Lobos, Till Alexander Körber, Christof Cech, Gernot Wolfgang, David Lang and Johannes Berauer/Philipp Sageder
Greg Baker - Guitar
Music By: Greg Baker
"Baker is well along the way to his own contrapuntal kind of art-rock" "...surprising juxtapositions and very interesting guitar work."
-Gapplegate Guitar and Bass Blog
JOHN CLARK - French horn •
MICHAEL COCHRANE - Piano •
RON McCLURE - Bass •
VICTOR LEWIS - Drums
Parallel Universe - Adam Holzman
solo electronic explorations
Gene Pritsker, Dan Cooper, Gernot Bernroider
Gene Pritsker - guitar
Dan Cooper - 7-string bass guitar
Gernot Bernroider - drums
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- Bruce Lazarus
solo piano composition
Composed by Bruce Lazarus between 2004 and 2011, Messier Catalogue of Star Clusters and Nebulae is a series of piano pieces based on the work of Charles Messier (1730-1817), a French astronomer who compiled a list of approximately 110 diffuse objects in the night sky.
Electro-Acoustic music of Gene Pritsker
John Clark - horn
Peter Krysa - violin
Cesar Papetti - percussion
Michiyo Suzuki - clarinet
Lynn Bechtold - violin
Keve Wilson - oboe
Matthias Kronsteiner - bassoon
Martin Kuuskmaan - bassoon
Margaret Lancaster - flute
Kathleen Supové - piano
Gene Pritsker - guitar
THIS NEW CD HAS IT ALL, MUSIC FROM WINTER OLYMPIC GAMES IN SOCHI 2014 TO OLD BACH SARABANDE WITH SPECIAL AMBIENT, FROM DEDICATION TO WORLD WAR II TO CELLO ROBOT MEGA FUN
"In having made this record, the listener is reminded that loss itself is not senseless, it is our attempting to deny it’s inevitability that makes it so."
- Valerie Kuehne (TheSuperCoda music Blog)
Composer(s): Rubens Salles,Djavan,Hermeto Pascoal
Artist(s): Rubens Salles
Fanfare Magazine writes that Jai, “is clearly one of those pianists
constitutionally incapable of unmusical playing,“ while American Record Guide writes: “These are gentle performances, all quite lovely and all played with affection ... The Steinway D has rarely been treated with such respect.” www.jeffryes.net
The Electronic Groove Music of Gene Pritsker
Music by Gene Pritskerr
Art by Mark Kostabi
Feat: Peter Petro Krysa - Violins, Edmundo Ramirez - viola, David Gotay - cello, Ninni Lindh - voice, Borislav Strulev - cello
Sebastian Izya Pritsker - voice, Kim Pritsker - voice,
Chanda Rule - -voice, Joe Abba - drums,
David Banks - voice.
Our intention was to produce a CD of music of his and mine. The idea was for me to per form his pieces (most of them composed for me) and my friends from the New Jersey Percussion Ensemble and the William Paterson University music community would per form my pieces. And, the two ensemble pieces would be per formed by the New Jerse
Kostabi, Mark (Lyricist)
Langovits, Greesi Desiree (Lyricist)
Miloš Katanić - Classical Accordion
Tauan Gonzalez Sposito, Antonio Correa, Robert Moran, Wolfgang Mayer, Anthony Fiumara, Wellington E. Alves, Ivan Božičević, Gene Pritsker.
The New York based duo BorisLove & Noizepunk & are combining elements form classical, jazz, electronic, house, hip-hop, experimental, etc. It is hard to put into one word the genre of music they are playing, hence they do not try to classify. The originality lies in the openness to musical sound in all its forms, in getting out of the box which constricts our understanding and this duo does just that.
1. Geni Skendo-Orange Prism (2019)
2. Holland Hopson-Still Yet Already Again (2017)
3. Monroe Golden-Winona's Lesson (2016)
4. Kyle McGucken-Recitative and Aria for Jean Baudrillard (2017)
5. Brian C. Moon-What Could Have Been, Was, or Will Be: An Infinite Yet Temporary Journey of Finite Possibilities (2017)
6. Mark Lackey-Dyad (2017)