Ljova – “Moonlit Waltz” Ljova, fadolín and composition Thank you so much to my Patreon supporters! Join them for sheet music, occasional exclusives and to support music like this (and not like…
I’ve been using Instagram as my on-the-go sketchpad of sorts, making 1-minute (or shorter) loop-minded tunes — here are a few and I’ll add others as they avail themselves.
What’s another waltz among friends? This one very much indebted to a style of my father, composer Alexander Zhurbin — possibly the only moment of me playing piano on all of the internet! Enjoy!
Ljova takes a candid look at the state of his collaborations in 2015.
for several uniquely varied weeks in April-May 2013, Ljova kept a diary at the request of the Journal of the American Viola Society. Read the article.
“What kind of music do you make?” — This is a question that composers and performers get asked all the time, and, if you’re anything like me, the ideal answer is a diversion. “Well — at our last show, everyone was given complimentary ice cream, and everyone lost five pounds just by listening!” That’ll pique some interest. It’s just as dishonest as saying that what I make is a mix of “classical, jazz and world music” — it’s none of those, yet borrows from all.
Ljova’s interview with David Bruce of Composition:Today, published July 14 2009Re-published here with permission. Tell…
Hi to all from Buenos Aires. I’m here for a week on a fairly relaxed assignment, pushing paper and making minor corrections, as I’ve completed all of the prep work back in New York. ..
An appreciation of a recital by my teacher, violist Samuel Rhodes.
My wife thinks that I would’ve made a darn good lawyer — but, with due…