"Broken Cries," "Ancient Songs," "Forlane," and "Serenade"
Music of David Liptak
Bridge Records, 2005
Recordings of Ancient Songs, by William Sharp, baritone, with the Dinosaur Annex Music Ensemble conducted by Scott Wheeler; Forlane, by David Starobin, guitar; Broken Cries, by the Tarab Cello Ensemble; and Serenade, by Chien-Kwan Lin, alto saxophone, conducted by Brad Lubman
"The Eye That Directs a Needle," "Freight," and "Preludes"
Stars Stories Song Ravello Records, 2014 Music of composers David Liptak and Ricardo Zohn-Muldoon. David Liptak's compositions on this recording are The Eye That Directs a Needle, with Jamie Jordan, soprano, Pia Liptak, violin, and Megan Arns, percussion; Freight, for solo guitar, performed by Dieter Hennings; and Preludes, for alto saxophone and marimba, performed by saxophonist Chien-Kwan Lin and percussionist Michael Burritt. RR7897
"Concerto for Viola and Percussion"
Concerti for Strings with Percussion Orchestra
Ravello Records, 2012
David Liptak's Concerto for Viola and Percussion recorded by John Graham, viola, with the McCormick Percussion Group. Music by composers Baljinder Sekhon, Stuart Saunders Smith, Michael Sidney Timpson, and Daniel Adams is also featured.
David Liptak's Ice Flowers is recorded by vio-LINK-oto, which is the duo of violinist Pia Liptak and koto performer Ryuko Mizutani. Other composers whose work appears are Winnie Cheung, Vera Ivanova, Jung Sun Kang, Elizabeth Kelly, Michaela Eremiásová, and Thomas Osborne.
David Starobin's recording of new guitar music includes David Liptak's Forlane. Other composers featured on this recording are Michael Starobin, George Crumb, Melinda Wagner, Richard Wernick, Gunther Schuller, Paul Lansky, and Elliott Carter.
Commedia, a trio for clarinet, violin, and piano, is included on this recording by the Verdehr Trio. Other music on this recording is by Arnold Black, Robert Mann, Charles Ruggiero, James Hartway, and Curtis Curtis-Smith
This recording presents music by David Liptak and Claude Baker. Baritone William Sharp sings David Liptak's Seven Songs on texts by James Wright, and clarinetist David Harman performs Illusions for clarinet and piano. The pianist in both works is Anton Nel.