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CD Releases, July 2022 - The Apartment House batch

Five composer portrait CDs, all played by the brilliant Apartment House. You can read a piece about the ensemble written by its founder Anton Lukoszevieze here and see a list of the 30+ albums they have released on Another Timbre below.

Discs which are selling out

We are running low on CD copies of several of our releases.  There are fewer than ten copies left of the CDs below (click on the covers for more details):

d'Angiolini - Antifona

Giuliano d’Angiolini


Iteration Capece Awareness about granberg how deep

  Lucio Capece

‘awareness about’

Capece / Dafeldecker         ‘Iteration’       

Magnus Granberg    ‘How Deep…?’


        EKG      ‘Electricals’              

Kory Reeder John Lely Meander Allison Cameron Tim Parkinson Cage Hymnkus

at194   Kory Reeder   ‘Codex Vivere’

A beautiful 72-minute piece, specially written for Apartment House by the young and highly-regarded Texas-based composer. Just listen to the extract.

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at195   John Lely   ‘Meander Selection’

A wonderful collection of recent chamber & piano works by the Norwich-based composer John Lely, whose music Apartment House have been playing for twenty years.  Four string quartets, two solo piano works, and one miniature for electronics played by the composer.

Youtube extract

at196  Allison Cameron ‘Somatic Refrain’

Allison Cameron is another of Canada’s extraordinary generation of determinedly individual composers. Four very varied and unusual chamber works, three played by Apartment House and one by the Allison Cameron Band.

Youtube extract 1 (Apartment House)

Youtube extract 2  (The Allison Cameron Band)

at197    Tim Parkinson  ‘an album’

Long overdue release of chamber music by the London-based experimental composer Tim Parkinson. One piece for solo violin, two duos for violin & piano (wonderfully played by Mira Benjamin & Siwan Rhys), a quintet and a septet.

Youtube extract 1  (violin & piano)

Youtube extract 2  (solo violin)

at198    John Cage ‘Hymkus’

Three relatively late works: ‘Two’, the first of the number pieces, for flute and piano

‘Thoreau Drawings’, a rarely performed piece from the 70’s for ensemble and field recording

‘Hymnkus’, a 30-minute piece from the year before Cage embarked on the number pieces - in a realisation for sextet.

Youtube extract 1  (Hymnkus)

Youtube extract 2  (Two)

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List of albums by Apartment House

at74x2  Laurence Crane ‘Chamber Works 1992 - 2009’    

at80  John Lely ‘The Harmonics of Real Strings’   (Anton Lukoszevieze, cello)

at88  James Saunders ‘assigned #15’    

at89  Joseph Kudirka ‘Beauty and Industry’     

at91  Jürg Frey ‘Circles and Landscapes’  (Philip Thomas, piano)

at97  Linda Catlin Smith ‘Dirt Road’   (Mira Benjamin & Simon Limbrick)

at105x2  Linda Catlin Smith ‘Drifter’ (with Quatuor Bozzini)

at108 Chiyoko Szlavnics ‘During a Lifetime’ (with Konus Quartett)

at124x2  John Cage ‘Two2’  (Philip Thomas & Mark Knoop)

at126  Cassandra Miller ‘O Zomer!’ (with BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra)

at127  Alex Jang ‘momentary encounters’

at130  Linda Catlin Smith ‘Wanderer’

at137  Julius Eastman ‘Femenine’

at139  James Weeks ‘windfell’  (Mira Benjamin, violin)

at143  Olivier Messiaen ‘Quatuor pour la fin du temps’

        + Linda Catlin Smith ‘Among the Tarnished Stars’

at146  Ryoko Akama ‘Dial 45-25-95’   

at147  Adriàn Demoč ‘Ziadba’    

at150  Luiz Henrique Yudo ‘Chamber Works’    

at164  Maya Verlaak ‘All English Music is Greensleeves’   

at166  Martin Arnold ‘Stain Ballads’

at168  Antoine Beuger ‘jankélévitch sextets’

at169  Adriàn Demoč ‘Hlaholika’

at172  Jim O’Rourke ‘Best that you do this for me’

at176  Linda Catlin Smith ‘Ballad’

at178x4  John Cage ‘Number Pieces’ 4-disc box set

at180  Ryoko Akama ‘songs for a shed’

at181  Georgia Rodgers ‘September’    

at182  Morton Feldman ‘Piano and String Quartet’

at185  Mark Ellestad ‘Discreet Angel’   (with Cristian Alvear)

And don’t forget to read Anton Lukoszevieze talking about the history and underlying aesthetic of Apartment House here

And fewer than 20 CD copies left of the following releases:

at193  John Tilbury plays Terry Riley

Archive recordings from 30+ years ago of John Tilbury playing Terry Riley’s two ‘Keyboard Studies’ and ‘Dorian Reeds’. Essential.

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at192  Katelyn Clark & Isaiah Ceccarelli

Eight collaborative tracks for organ and percussion by the Canadian duo, who have worked together for over a decade, and here produce a unique music that could be described as quietly monumental.

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at191  Johnny Chang & Keir GoGwilt

‘hope lies fallow’ contains six pieces developed by Johnny and Keir from music by Hildegard van Bingen and Orlando de Lassus. Stunningly beautiful.   

Three violin duets, + three tracks for violins and the voice of Celeste Oram.

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at190   Klaus Lang - ‘Tehran Dust’

Three chamber pieces by Austrian composer Klaus Lang, plus two arrangements by Klaus of early music by Johannes Ockeghem and Pierre de la Rue.

Beautifully played by Trio Amos & Klaus Lang

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at189  ‘The Pankow-Park Sessions’ Ernstalbrecht Stiebler & Tilman Kanitz

In his mid-80’s veteran composer Ernstalbrecht Stiebler started improvising, with fellow-Berliner Tilman Kanitz.  The results are totally unexpected. Six extraordinary duos for piano and cello.

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at188   Magnus Granberg

     ‘How Lonely Sits the City?’

Another superlative, haunting work by Magnus  Granberg and his group Skogen. Recorded during the Covid pandemic, its mood of strange, fragile melancholy fittingly reflects that disconcerting year.

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at187  Eva-Maria Houben

          ‘together on the way’

Houben joins forces with the GBSR duo (Siwan Rhys and George Barton) to produce a brooding and compelling piece for pipe organ, piano and percussion. A successful and highly acclaimed release.

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gabriel paiuk

at186 Gabriel Paiuk  ‘Adjacent Sound’

Paiuk writes music that creates its own uncanny soundworld. The title of the first piece, ‘The Construction of an Imaginary Acoustic Space’, speaks to the concerns of a distinctive, individual voice in new music.

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at185   Mark Ellestad  ‘Discreet Angel’

The re-discovery of a Canadian composer who stopped writing music in the mid-90’s. Three pieces of unique and beautiful music, with interpretations by Apartment House, Cristian Alvear, and the composer himself.

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at184    Kunsu Shim   ‘LUFT.INNERES’

Kunsu Shim’s shimmering, whispering music has quietly built up a devoted following. ‘LUFT.INNERES’ contains four chamber works for strings, wonderfully played by the Luna Quartet, along with 6 short pieces written for Kunsu by composer friends.

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Morton Feldman Piano box set

Morton Feldman Piano

at144x5    Morton Feldman Piano

Our best-selling release remains the beautiful 5-CD box set of Morton Feldman’s music for solo piano.

Pianist Philip Thomas creates wonderful interpretations that have received an overwhelming critical response.

Youtube extracts: Triadic Memories     

                        Intermission 5                          Extensions 3        

                     Music for the Lipton film

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Georgia Rodgers

Georgia Rodgers


John Lely appalachian anatoila

John Lely

‘The Harmonics of

Real Strings’


‘Appalachian Anatolia’

horsky park

Thomas Lehn &

Tiziana Bertoncini

  ‘Horsky Park’

Recent Releases

John Cage Number Pieces Box Set

Cage Number Pieces

at178x4   John Cage  ‘Number Pieces’

Already in its second pressing, the 4-CD box set of Apartment House playing Cage’s number pieces was top of The Wire’s year list for modern composition, and also #4 in The Guardian’s best classical releases for 2021.

“Apartment House’s performances are wonderfully committed - every note is there, you sense, for a reason - and reveal the strange beauty in these works….The whole set is a revelation”.  (The Guardian)


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Youtube extracts:     Seven2    

              Eight    Thirteen

Sales to EU countries

New customs regulations are being enforced in some EU countries, meaning that some CD orders from the UK are incurring extra charges.  The majority of our packets are getting through ok without extra customs charges, but this isn’t guaranteed. If you live in the European Union and are worried about possible customs charges, you can avoid them by ordering our CDs from our European distributor Soundohm, who stock most of our discs.

You can order our CDs from Soundohm’s website here

Recent Press Profiles of Another Timbre

Bandcamp Daily recently published an excellent article by Peter Margasak about the relationship between Another Timbre and Apartment House, which you can read here

And Bandcamp Daily also featured a very nice profile of the label by Hugh Morris: The Meticulous Curation of Another Timbre

Also, a year or so ago there was also a good piece about the label in the music journal Tempo, which you can read here