To What Listens

Cappella Clausura, Margaret Cerjan, Aleksandra Labinska, Samuel Kelder, Ben Swartz, Pat Booth, Mike Christenson, Mike Williams, Lilit Hartunian, Juventas New Music Ensemble, Scott Flavin, Cappella Clasura, Eliko Akahori, Amelia LeClair

Catalog #: TROY1887
Release Date: March 1, 2022
Format: Digital

Libby Meyer is a composer whose work reflects the natural rhythms and patterns of the world around her. Her music has been commissioned and performed throughout the United States. She has served as composer-in-residence at the Islae Royale National Park and the Visby International Center for Composers. The recipient of numerous awards including the National Endowment for the Arts and the American Composers Forum, she is on the faculty at Michigan Technological University. This recording of her music includes works for vocal ensemble as well as chamber ensembles. Performers on this recording include the Capella Clausura conducted by Amelia LeClair and the Juventas New Music Ensemble.


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Title Composer Performer
For Johnny B Libby Meyer Cappella Clausura; Margaret Cerjan (violin); Aleksandra Labinska (violin); Samuel Kelder (viola); Ben Swartz (cello); Pat Booth (saxophone); Mike Christenson (trombone); Amelia LeClair (conductor)
Baroque Dances Libby Meyer Pat Booth (saxophone); Mike Williams (percussion); Lilit Hartunian (violin)
Ours is this Sky Libby Meyer Cappella Clausura; Mike Williams (percussion); Amelia LeClair (conductor)
Turbulence Libby Meyer Juventas New Music Ensemble
Melusina Calls to the Loon Libby Meyer Scott Flavin (violin)
Cylindrical Whiskers (merelaniite) Libby Meyer Juventas New Music Ensemble
To What Listens Libby Meyer Cappella Clausura; Mike Christenson (trombone); Mike Williams (percussion); Eliko Akahori (piano); Amelia LeClair (conductor)

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