The David Kraehenbuehl Archive at Yale

In the summer of 2000, all personal copies of Kraehenbuehl's works, including compositions, articles, and sound recordings, were donated by Marie Kraehenbuehl to Yale University where, as The David Kraehenbuehl Papers, they are now permanently housed in the Irving S. Gilmore Music Library and are available for performance and study.

Performers will find here a very attractive and varied body of music for all media. Scholars and graduate students are advised that both Kraehenbuehl's music and his pedagogical and theoretical legacy are rich topics for articles and dissertations.

2 Other CDs

RANDOM WALKS. Piano Music of David Kraehenbuehl.
Martha Braden, Pianist.
New World Records #80584

"...this splendid release cements [Kraehenbuehl's] reputation as a distinguished American composer."
Fanfare (Nov/Dec 2000).

"The piano pieces on this program reflect the composer 's personality - they too are likable, energetic, and wide-ranging..."
American Record Guide (Sept/Oct 2000)

Audio Clips from RANDOM WALKS

The CD is available in stores or online at Copies of the sheet music of RANDOM WALKS, as well as copies of the CD itself, can be purchased from Martha Braden by calling (917) 826 6193.


Ralph Kirkpatrick, Harpsichordist
Music and Arts #CD977

This recital includes Kraehenbuehl's five-movement
Toccate per Cembalo (1955).

CD available in stores and at:

Music and Arts Programs of America, Inc.
P.O. Box 771
Berkeley, CA 94701
Phone: 510-525-4583; Fax: 510-524-2411
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To hear an excerpt of Toccate per Cembalo, press the triangle.


Epitaphs Concertant: Concerto for Piano and Orchestra
The Basel Kammerorchester, Paul Sacher, Conductor
Armin Watkins, Pianist

Basel, Switzerland, March 1958

To hear the opening of this performance, press the triangle.


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