Gary Schocker – Music for Introverts (2020) [FLAC 24 bit, 96 kHz]

Gary Schocker - Music for Introverts (2020) [FLAC 24 bit, 96 kHz] Download

Artist: Gary Schocker
Album: Music for Introverts
Genre: Classical
Release Date: 2020
Audio Format:: FLAC (tracks) 24 bit, 96 kHz
Duration: 01:16:07
Total Tracks: 22
Total Size: 1,22 GB


1. Gary Schocker – I. Mist (Version for Piano) (03:57)
2. Gary Schocker – 11-12-13 (04:21)
3. Gary Schocker – Simple Prayer (04:16)
4. Gary Schocker – Point of Departure (04:09)
5. Gary Schocker – Snow Music (06:46)
6. Gary Schocker – I. — (04:12)
7. Gary Schocker – Berceuse (03:34)
8. Gary Schocker – Rising (02:41)
9. Gary Schocker – Garioso (02:49)
10. Gary Schocker – No. 3, Sarabande (Version for Piano) (02:41)
11. Gary Schocker – Libra Mind (02:39)
12. Gary Schocker – No Clouds (02:24)
13. Gary Schocker – On One Hand (04:10)
14. Gary Schocker – Sultry (02:10)
15. Gary Schocker – Looking Up (03:30)
16. Gary Schocker – Circling (02:50)
17. Gary Schocker – Thirtieth Anniversary (03:04)
18. Gary Schocker – Star Light (02:58)
19. Gary Schocker – Night Walking (05:30)
20. Gary Schocker – Water’s Edge (03:08)
21. Gary Schocker – Going Home (01:40)
22. Gary Schocker – Once More Around the Dance Floor (02:26)


Gary Schocker is a prolific contemporary composer. He has composed widely for the flute, an instrument he plays himself, but also composes for other instruments, including the piano, which is his other instrument. These are wonderful melodic works, full of personal introspection. Born into a musical family in Easton, Pennsylvania, Schocker began his musical career on piano, making his recital debut at the age of three. By the time he was ten, he had added flute to his musical studies. Schocker made his professional debut as a flutist at the age of 15, appearing as soloist with both the Philadelphia Orchestra and the New York Philharmonic, thus establishing a name for himself even before attending The Juilliard School and winning numerous prestigious competitions, including the National Flute Associations Young Artist Competition, the New York Flute Clubs Young Artist Competition, the East and West International Concert Artists Competition, and Young Concert Artists Competition. In 1988, he cemented his reputation as a versatile performer by filling in, with only a few hours notice, for an ailing Jean-Pierre Rampal in a performance of the Mozart D Major Concerto with the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra, composing new cadenzas in his head on the way to the concert hall.

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