The CD's booklet in a recording of this Puerto Rican's chamber works
don't reflect those on the CD. It's 'Piezas Caracteristicas,' CRI 724:
Cover and booklet both say there are 5 tracks, one per composition, yet
my player reads 19 tracks. I could figure out which tracks correspond
to each work, given the instrumentation, yet wonder about movement names
as well. Can you help?
Incidentally, Sierra (b 1953), who worked with Ligeti and teaches at
Cornell, is highly recommended. He's got an impressive cello concerto
on the Mexican label Urtext, as well as the gem piece, a piano trio, on
an anthology called 'Voces Americanas: Voices of Change' (with other wks
by Davidovsky, Lavista, Leon, and RX Rodriguez). That's on CRI 773.
Anyway, if you have Sierra's 'Piezas Caracteristicas' CD, and know more
than I do about its contents, can you lend a hand?
Thanks in advance.