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Don't Panic! 60 Seconds for Piano

What if 60 composers from 18 countries wrote 60 pieces under 1 minute each for solo piano?
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What if 60 composers from 18 countries wrote 60 pieces under 1 minute each for solo piano? " Listeners of this new WERGO CD will easily follow the enthusiastic opinion of the press: 'Daring to Be New ... Ensembles that play only new music are plentiful these days, but soloists who play recitals devoted entirely to newly commissioned works are scarce enough to seem heroic or eccentric, or perhaps a bit of both. Guy Livingston, an American pianist who lives in Paris, has assembled a program of recent works that may be quirky enough to appeal to listeners who have doubts about modern musical language ...' (The New York Times, January 21st, 2000) " "A microcosm of the very newest music ... Modern music is rarely so multi-dimensional, rich in changes and exciting ..." (Münchner Merkur, June 10th, 1999)


Dan Warburton (Manchester): Speed Study 1
Jonathan Katz (Tokyo): WENDIGO
Daniel Landau (Den Haag): Losing it again
Carl Faia (Paris): What if I just said …
Roger Kleier (New York): Step out of the Car
Donal Fox (Boston): The Scream
James Baiye (Regina): Database of Desire
Roberto Andreoni (Milano): “scendi un minuto”
Brian Escriv (Toronto): Mason and Dixon
Annie Gosfield (Brooklyn): Brooklyn, October 5, 1941
Paul Beaudoin (Allston): re: dance (PNMR)
Marek Zebrowski (Los Angeles): Ex tempore
Louis Andriessen (Amsterdam): not [an] anfang
Christopher Culpo (Paris): Spangles
Isak Goldschneider (‘s-Gravenhage): 42 Second Piano
Richard Brooks (Brooklyn): Conflict of Interest
Danielle Baas (Bruxelles): Joke
Charles Shadle (Medford): Cowboy Song
Sophie de Wit (Los Angeles): Who asked you?
Pepe-Tonino Caravaggio (San Diego): EIGHT 8
T.J. Anderson (Chapel Hill): Watermelon Revisited
Paul von Hippel (Columbus): Kodaly Music Box
Eilon Aviram (Ein-Harod Meuhad): NA’OU’RA (the Wedding Dance)
Jonathan Norton (Menlo Park): 59” of Piano
Alan Frederick Shockley (Richmond): cold springs branch, 10 p.m.
Moritz Eggert (München): Hämmerklavier XI
Derek Bermel (New Rochelle): MEDITATION
Tuyet A. Tran (New York): Tonal Imagery
Fritz Lauer (Halifax): Slusha, for C.E.
William Bolcom (Ann Arbor): A 60-second Ballet (for chickens)
Joshua Cody (New York City): Two-Chord Warp
Joanna Bailie (Amsterdam): GIRO 1
Martial Robert (Nantes): 1’ de Tonio Kröger (op. 10)
Patricia Elizabeth Martinez (Buenos Aires): Absolutis-s
Riccardo Vaglini (Pisa): PASSATEMPO
Gene Pritsker (New York): im afraid you might ask for a fragment of my soul
Newt Hinton (Vilnius): Nakano-ku (à S.D.)
Ketty Nez (San Francisco): Moondrunk
Patrick Cahallan (Dublin): xxx.rhapsody
Yoichi Togawa (Osaka): prelude 1
Barbara Engel (Cambridge): Punch and Judy’s Waltz
Joseph Rovan (Tallahassee): Miro Sketch: Mostly Yellow
Frederick Frahm (La Conner): Sonata Moirai
Victor Ekimovsky (Moscow): Jenseits des Guten und des Bösen
Alper Maral (Istanbul): Verschiebung
Stéphane Leach (Paris): Piano Piece for Guy
Ketzel Cotel (New York): piece for paws
Vanessa Lann (Den Haag): DD (Double D)
Walter Haven (Keene): Minute Rice
Giovanni Mancuso (Venezia): Saltarello for Guy
Sergio Pallante (Messina): Polis
D. Andrew Stewart (Toronto): réveil
Elliott Sharp (Manhattan): Snaps
Robert Eidschun (Rochester): Specks
Lionel Sainsbury (Chadlington): Prelude
Richard Carrick (San Diego): Slowness
Walter Sanchez (Lafayette): Thinking
Atsushi Yoshinaka (Tokyo): HARU NO YOI – Miyabi no Uta
Atanasio Khyrsh (München): Parce que je le vaux bien
Lansing D. McLoskey (Cambridge): Theft


Guy Livingston: piano, percussion, tape effects

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Don't Panic! 60 Seconds for Piano
What if 60 composers from 18 countries wrote 60 pieces under 1 minute each for solo piano?
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