I am pleased about the CDs that I have recorded, and encourage you to peruse them!
Vento Appassionato: Molly Barth presents her interpretations of ten of the most influential 20th century compositions for solo flute: Syrinx by Claude Debussy, Sonata Appassionata by Sigfrid Karg-Elert, Acht Stücke by Paul Hindemith, Density 21.5 by Edgard Varèse, Image by Eugene Bozza, Sequenza by Luciano Berio, Mei by Kazuo Fukushima, Three Preludes by Robert Muczynski, Scrivo in Vento by Elliott Carter, and Air by Toru Takemitsu. “Barth is a rock-solid player who knows this music inside and out. Barth puts across all her selections with spirit and imagination. Even if you know Fukushima’s Mei (1962), your jaw will drop at 4:30 where she switches from a fortissimo high note to a pianissimo whistle tone. Such is her virtuosity that much of the writing sounds easier to play than it actually is.” T. Gorman, American Record Guide, Sept./Oct. 2018 https://www.albanyrecords.com/mm5/merchant.mvc?Screen=PROD&Store_Code=AR&Product_Code=TROY1726&Category_Code
Molly Barth joins forces with guitarist Dieter Hennings to form Duo Damiana. Their debut album Castillos de Viento includes works of Michael Fiday, Jesse Jones, Shafer Mahoney, Hebert Vázquez, and Chen Yi. https://www.innova.mu/albums/duo-damiana/castillos-de-viento
Ricardo Zohn-Muldoon’s extended song cycle Songtree is based on poetry by William Shakespeare and Mexican author Raúl Aceves, featuring the Zohn Collective with soprano Tony Arnold. http://www.arkivmusic.com/classical/album.jsp?album_id=2275916
Thorn, Molly Barth‘s collection of works by David Lang, has been described as “…a varied yet consistent overview of Lang’s chamber music activities, a vital part of his output. The performances strike just the right balance between nervous tension and technical security.” (Steve Smith, The Log Journal) https://cantaloupemusic.com/albums/thorn