Makrokosmos Vol. I & II by George Crumb


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Documentary Video
Tora! Tora! Tora! Cadenza Apocalittica
Greenfield Hall, NYC

Video of the crowdfunding campaign recorded by Oskar Gezuraga to raise the money needed for his studies at the Manhattan School of Music.

Noche en la Fragua
Alba S. Torremocha

Noche en la Fragua (Night at the Forge) is a work for piano and accordion inspired by the poem Romance a la luna, luna (Romancero gitano) Federico García Lorca (1898 - 1936).

Water e.motions
Alba S. Torremocha

Work for grand ensemble divided into five scenes, in each of which water is present in a different way and with different purpose.

Regard des prothèses, des bérets et des bagues
Alba S. Torremocha

Based on the "Mirada XVI: Regard des prophetes, des Bergers et des mages" of the Vingt Regards sur l'Enfant Jésus, Oliver Messiaen, this young composer ironically, with a semantic-musical, play on the original themes of Messiaen, deforming up to a language that has nothing to do with the French composer.

Alba S. Torremocha

Mind Palace suggests an abstract representation of how some mental disorders affect our perception of the world, and how they alter the functioning of our brain. Autism, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, Schizophrenia or Hyperthymesia are some of thedisorders represented in this piece They are represented as cyclical and recurrent ideas, fragmented images, distortions of reality and information oversupply.


This piece has been selected by International Festival of Electronic Music and Sound Art: Synchresis, and it has been performed in several Spanish cities.

24 Interludes, No. 13 Notturno
Jesús Rueda

This Notturno No. 13 (2002), in the cycle of 24 Interludes written between 1995 and 2003, takes us on a night marked by singing thousands of cicadas.