Lynn Gumert,

Composer

 

Audio Files

 

The following recordings are presented for your listening pleasure. Texts and program notes are available through the Compositions tab. Please visit the Video tab for additional recordings.

 

Please contact me if you are interested in performing any of my works.

Six Songs from the Japanese

Vanessa Paloma, Soprano; Kristin Smith, violoncello; performed live at Indiana University

Texts translated from the Japanese by Kenneth Rexroth. Used by permission of New Directions Publishing Company. To read text and program notes, click here.

 

Nothing but flowers and songs of sorrow

Eve Legene, Tenor Recorder; Alan Thomas, guitar; performed live at Indiana University. To read program notes, click here.

 

Moirologia

Marta Robertson, Piano; performed live at Gettysburg College. To read program notes, click here.

Dedicated to the memory of Guido Fernandez

 

Exile

Zorzal Music Ensemble and the Garden State Sinfonia; Lynn Gumert, conductor. To read program notes and texts, click here.

Texts: Codice Matritense de la Real Academia de la Historia, fol. 192 (1560-1564); from Sefarad, 1492, Section XIII by Homero Aridjis (used by permission); and from Rosalía de Castro

 

D'estas aves

Zorzal Music Ensemble, with guest artists Tina Chancey (treble viol), Timothy Sestrick (Marimba) and Derek Boyce (Percussion). To read program notes and text, click here.

Text by Rosalía de Castro

Available on Zorzal Music Ensemble's premiere CD: Crossroads/Encrucijadas

 

El pajaro cautivo

Teresa Bowers, flute; Colleen Hartung, clarinet; Nicholas Boire, percussion; Richard Roberson, piano; Sarah Bellin, violin; Michael Cameron, violoncello; Lewes Peddell, conductor; performed live at Gettysburg College

To read program notes, click here.

 

Todavia Cantan

     I.  Pájaros (Birds)

     II.  Vendavales (Whirlwinds)

     III. Retoños (Buds)

Performed live at Indiana University; Cary Boyce, Conductor. To read program notes, click here.

 

When You Wake

Marimba and Piano, performed live at The Midwest Composers' Symposium, Oberlin Conservatory. To read program notes, click here.

 

Shifting Colors

Shuen Chieh, Harp; performed live at Indiana University. To read program notes, click here.

 

208 Morrison Ave.

Hightstown, NJ 08520

(609) 490-0196

lynngumert@verizon.net

 

Copyright 2014 by Lynn Gumert.

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