The CD “Street Song” marks the fourth major recording release of Ricardo Lorenz’s El Muro, this most recent one performed by the University of Georgia Wind Ensemble conducted by John P. Lynch. Previous releases of El Muro (Spanish for “The Wall”) include CDs by University of North Texas, University of Florida, and Michigan State University wind symphonies. This University of Georgia Wind Ensemble recording release on the Naxos label received 2nd Place in the 2012 American Prize in the category of Wind Ensemble/Concert Band Performance.
En Tren Va Changó (Destination Macondo). Moravian Philharmonic Orchestra; Raphael Jiménez, conductor. Included in a CD titled “Destinations: Orchestral Works from Latin American Composers.” Navona Records, US, 2009.
Salsa Inglesa. Elena Riu, piano; Wilmer Sifontes, Latin percussion. Included in a score/CD pack titled “Nueva Salsa: vibrant salsa beats meet contemporary classical piano” music published Boosey Hawkes. SOMM Recordings, UK, 2005.
Fantasía para Piano y Orquesta de Cámara: Gabriela Montero, piano; Manuel Hernández, conductor; Camerata Criolla. Together with other works by Venezuelan composers. CONAC, Venezuela, 2002.
Pataruco: Concerto for Maracas and Orchestra. Ed Harrison, maracas; Paul Freeman, conductor; Czech National Symphony Orchestra. Together with otherconcertos by Morton Gould, Jan Bach and Gustavo Leone. Albany Records, USA, 2002.
Está lloviendo afuera y no hay agua: Paulina Zamora, piano. Twentieth-Century Latin American piano music. Indiana University LAMC recording series, USA, 2001.
Jaromiluna: Ignace Jang, violin; Sirin Pancaroglu, harp. Twentieth-Century works for violin and harp. Doublemoon Records, Turkey, 2000.
Cecilia en Azul y Verde: Carlos Prieto, cello; Edison Quintana, piano. Included along with other Latin American and Spanish works. Urtex Digital Classics,Mexico, 1999.
Piedra en la Piedra: Alison Potter, flute; Orlando Cotto, marimba. Included with works for marimba by Astor Piazzolla and Antonio Lauro, among others. USA, 1998.
Llorença en el Nou Mon: Andrés Cárdenes, violin; Luz Manriquez, piano. Included along with little gems for the violin by Copland, Sibelius, Ravel, Debussy, and Szymanowski among others. Arabesque Recordings, USA, 1994.