By Judith Cohen
“…These are not works you encounter every day, and it’s well worth going out of your way to hear such good performances…”
— Melinda Bargreen, American Sonatas CD Review, Seattle Times
Two of Prokofiev’s greatest chamber music works, and the impressionistic set of solo piano jewels, Visions Fugitives. Recorded at Seattle’s Meany Hall. Cellist Tonkonogui and violinist Schmidt, both Russian-trained musicians, are now members of the Seattle Symphony Orchestra. Pianist Judith Cohen, concertizes throughout North America and in Europe, and is co-founder and artistic director of The Governor’s Chamber Music Series in Washington state.
Tone Poems - Book 1
By Bruce Barnbaum
A book of 90 superbly reproduced photographs by Bruce Barnbaum, printed via tri-tone technology by Bolis Poligrafica of Bergamo, Italy. Accompanied by a magnificent piano music played by Judith Cohen (solo piano) and others on duets and trios. Introduction by Gerard Schwarz, former Music Director of the Seattle Symphony, the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra, and the New York Chamber Symphony.
Tone Poems - Book 2
By Bruce Barnbaum
A book of 91 superbly reproduced photographs by Bruce Barnbaum, printed via try-tone technology by Bolis Poligrafica of Bergamo, Italy. Accompanied by a magnificent compact disc of piano music played by Judith Cohen, with an introduction by Bill Jay, Professor Emeritus of Art History, Arizona State University. Jointly published by Photographic Arts Editions and Rocky Nook.
Copland & Cole
By Sarah Mattox and Judith Cohen
Copland and Cole is the first collaboration between mezzo-soprano Sarah Mattox and renowned pianist Judith Cohen. It features Aaron Copland’s song cycle “Twelve Poems of Emily Dickinson”, widely considered to be one of the finest representations of American song cycle in the repertoire.
Song Nouveau (CD Single)
By TangleTown Trio
“…the performances are just superb. Each produces a beautiful, consistent and seamless sound – and together they blend into something much more than a trio; it is more like a single person with three simultaneous voices. They clearly all share the same artistic inclination and purpose.”
– Bern Herbolsheimer, award-winning BMI composer
Holidays in Tangletown
By Tangletown Trio
With this album, TangleTown Trio brings you a varied mix of classic Christmas carols, from “Silent Night,” and “Lo, How a Rose E’er Blooming,” to modern favorites like “White Christmas,” and “Winter Wonderland.” You’ll also hear Chanukah favorites, little-known songs by Frank Loesser and Rodgers and Hammerstein, and even some newly written TangleTown originals!