Introducing the “reverie” …

Pawel Kováč talks to Richard Lewis about his latest studio release  Richard Lewis has emerged from the studio with a new collection of works for piano, with occasional arrangements for strings, woodwinds and percussion: Twelve Reveries for Piano and Instruments. The Louba Rêve office has already received requests for the sheet music. But, as Lewis explains, the collection is born of improvised… Read more →

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Brian Wilshere in Tribe Magazine

“I don’t think that atonality is particularly modern any more. When I was coming up, the feeling was that you had to be atonal in order to be modern, and some people still believe that. I don’t think I ever believed that. I suppose that really what I do is to posit a future for concert music in which the creative model… Read more →

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LR06 Brian Wilshere: Chamber Music

“Luminous, addictive” — Gramophone.  Chamber Music by Brian Wilshere Martin Smith, violin. Andrew Skrimshire, cello. Alan Brown, piano. Fine Arts Sinfonia Michael Nebe, director. The Machine Stops is Wilshere’s first post-minimalist piece. While one strand of the composition is driven by the rhythmic canons — reminiscent of the American minimalists — that characterised his earlier work, that material is progressively juxtaposed with a more… Read more →

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Life after minimalism

Louba Rêve has secured the first ever commercial releases of music by Brian Wilshere. Brian is an innovative and compelling British composer and percussionist, whose work has been performed throughout the UK and Europe. Here we present two collections of recorded work, performed by Fine Arts Sinfonia and London Piano and Percussion Quartet. These stunning and beautifully-packaged documents are curated by Brian… Read more →