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Startlingly lovely music for chamber ensembles from this young composer.

The music of the young Iraqi-American composer Karim Al-Zand has been called "strong and startlingly lovely" by the Boston Globe. His compositions are wide-ranging, from settings of classical Arabic poetry to scores for dance and pieces for young audiences. Many of his works explore connections between music and other arts. He holds degrees from Harvard and McGill Universities and is currently on the faculty of the Shepherd School of Music at Rice University. This recording, his first for Albany Records, shows his love for chamber music and small instrumental ensembles.
Karim Al-Zand, composer
Pattern Preludes, Book I
Calogero Di Liberto, piano

Karim Al-Zand, composer
Paul Busselberg, baritone, Adam Holzman, guitar, Enso String Quartet, Rebecca Miller, conductor

Karim Al-Zand, composer
Lamentation on The Disasters of War
Enso String Quartet with Katherine Lewis, viola, Valdine Ritchie, cello

Karim Al-Zand, composer
Mollie Marcuson, harp, Abhijit Sengupta, viola

Karim Al-Zand, composer
Tableau and Details
Norman Fischer, cello, Jeanne Kierman-Fischer, piano

"[Karim Al-Zand's] music is romantic and imaginative. ...Al-Zand's handling of instruments is very idiomatic, and the music is attractive. ...It is a fine program by a talented composer." (American Record Guide)
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