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Daniel Lentz

Daniel Lentz
Country
United States
Profile
American composer of contemporary classical and new music, born March 10, 1942 in Latrobe, Pennsylvania.
Website
http://www.daniellentzmusic.com
Related articles (3)
Releases on file (6)
Daniel Lentz — River of 1,000 Streams Daniel Lentz — River of 1,000 Streams
(Cold Blue CB0050, 2017, CD)
Daniel Lentz — In the Sea of Ionia Daniel Lentz — In the Sea of Ionia
(Cold Blue CB 0042, 2015, CD)
Harold Budd / Ruben Garcia / Daniel Lentz — Music for 3 Pianos Harold Budd / Ruben Garcia / Daniel Lentz — Music for 3 Pianos
(Hannibal HNCD1500, 1992/2006, CD)
Daniel Lentz — Missa Umbrarum Daniel Lentz — Missa Umbrarum
(New Albion 006CD, 1985/1991, CD)
Daniel Lentz — On the Leopard Altar Daniel Lentz — On the Leopard Altar
(Cold Blue CB0022, 1984/2006, CD)
Daniel Lentz — Point Conception Daniel Lentz — Point Conception
(Cold Blue CB0028, 1984/2008, CD)

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2020-07-06
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Crises - Broken Glass – OK, another CD from Angular, yet another German Dream Theater clone. I thought the Germans liked Saga but I guess that was the good old days. Broken Glass covers all the requisite bases: James La Brie...  (1999) » Read more

Martin Gordon - God's on His Lunchbreak (Please Call Back) – Now that bassist Martin Gordon has established himself across two creditable solo records together with a crackshot band that suits his clever muse, it’s clear that he has some more pop rock damage...  (2006) » Read more

['ramp] - Doombient.One - Verbrannte Erde – Deep space music has a lot going for it in the modern music world. There are many viable variations to explore and expand on as well. Stephen Parsick and Frank Makowski are composers whom make small...  (2005) » Read more

Gong - Camembert Eclectique – Seminal French space prog band Gong may be best known for their pioneering work in the early to mid 70s, as evidenced by the indispensable Radio Gnome Trilogy of albums: Flying Teapot, Angels Egg, and...  (1995) » Read more

La Casa de Agua - La Casa de Agua – Most of this album has me wondering why I'm reviewing it in a progressive rock publication at all. "Mexican jazz-funk" is the closest description that I can come to for the bulk of the...  (1997) » Read more



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