Program notes by Paul Griffiths and biographical information on the performers in English and German in container insert.
Kim Kashkashian, viola (1st-2nd works, 4th-5th works) ; An Raskin, accordion (1st work) ; Philipp Jungk, percussion ; Münchener Kammerorchester (1st work) ; Alexander Liebreich, conductor (1st work) ; Robyn Schulkowsky, percussion (2nd work) ; Tigran Mansurian, piano (3rd work) ; Boston Modern Orchestra Project (4th work) ; Gil Rose, conductor (4th work) ; Kuss Quartett (5th work).
Recorded Mar. 2008, Himmelfahrtskirche, Munich (1st work), Oct. 2007, Aula Nova, Academy of Music, Poznán, Poland (2nd-3rd works), May 2008 (4th work) and Jan. 2006 (5th work), Jordan Hall, New England Conservatory, Boston.
Neharót neharót : 2006/07, for viola solo, accordion, percussion, two string ensembles and tape / Betty Olivero (16:20)
Tagh for the funeral of the Lord / Tigran Mansurian (5:31)
Oror / Komitas ; adapted by Tigran Mansurian
Three arias (sung out the window facing Mount Ararat) : 2008 / Tigran Mansurian (19:23)
Rava deravin : for viola and string quartet, 2003 / Eitan Steinberg (15:59).
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