string quartets 1-3
Featuring the internationally-acclaimed Amernet String Quartet. The three works on the present release correspond almost precisely to the past three decades of Garcia’s career and thus present for the interpreter and listener alike a kind of survey of his development.
orchestral music vol. 2
Orchestral Music Volume 2 is Garcia’s second CD on Toccata Classics and includes virtuoso soloists, violinist Jennifer Choi, pianist Cristina Valdes, and clarinetist Fernando Dominguez with Garcia conducting the Malaga Philharmonic.
Re-release on Innova Records of the O.O. Discs release in 1998. Features the Orquesta Municipal de Caracas with Luis Gomez Imbert and Bertram Turetzky bassists, pianist Paul Hoffman, flutist Robert Dick and pianist Anthony de Mare, bassists Corrado Canonici and Robert Black.
Solo CD #6 released on Innova Records in 2012. Includes performances by violinist Saul Bitran, pianist Jennifer Snyder, clarinetist Guido Arbonelli, flutist Andrea Ceccomori, and bassist Luis Gomez Imbert presenting works for contrabass and fixed media electronics, violin and piano, and flute and clarinet.
Solo album #5 on Innova records featuring Thomas Bloch glass harmonica, cellist Madeleine Shapiro, clarinetist Paul Green, and the Asturias based entrequatre guitar quartet.
fragmentos del pasado
(fragments from the past), the fourth solo CD of Garcia’s music featuring the cuarteto latinoamericano, bassist Robert Black, the Orquesta Sinfonica Simon Bolivar (Venezuela), guitarist Jaime Marquez, and saxophnonist Daniel Kientzy (fragmentos del pasado, #3 from 3 Pieces for Double Bass and Tape, timbres artificiales #1, separacion, vedute sonore da Bellagio).
sombras iluminadas / illuminated shadows
The third CD of Garcia’s music featuring the Miami String Quartet, bassist Luis Gomez Imbert, the Orquesta Sinfonica de Valencia with violist Angel Lemus, violinist Robert Davidovici, and the Orquesta Ciudad de Malaga (paisaje del sonido II, entre el anochecer y la oscuridad, imagenes (sonidos) sonoros congelados, and sombras iluminadas).
The second CD of Garcia’s music featuring bassists Bert Turetzky, Luis Gomez Imbert, Corrado Canonici, and Robert Black, flutist Robert Dick, pianists Anthony de Mare and Paul Hoffman, and the Orquesta Sinfonica de Caracas. (Music for Berlin for flute and piano, Canciones fragmentadas for solo contrabass, Retratos I for piano and tape, #2 from Three Pieces for Double Bass and Tape, voces celestiales for 2 contrabasses and orchestra).
la belleza del silencio
The first compact disc of Garcia’s music released on O.O. Discs featuring soprano Joan LaBarbara, the Gregg Smith Singers, percussionist Jan Williams, and wind synthesist, instrumentalist Joseph Celli. (On the eve of the 2nd year anniversary of Morton’s death for SATB, Improvisation with Metallic Materials for wind synthesizer and tape, Sitio sin nombre for soprano and tape, Metallic Images for solo percussion and tape)
Crossing Currents featuring the Berlin Piano Percussion ensemble was released in Germany by telos music in June 2017 (TLS 227) and features Orlando Jacinto Garcia’s piece “September 2007 (Remembering Morty)” along with works by An, Vezza, Shatin, and Wen.
Chengbi An: Anliu (Undercurrent)
Daniel Vezza: One of them, one of us
Orlando Jacinto Garcia: September 2007 (Remembering Morty)
Judith Shatin: Trace Elements
Deqing Wen: Spiritual Rock and Roll
Multitasking, by Henri Bok
Multitasking a CD by bass clarinetist Henri Bok features works with bass clarinet, soprano and tenor saxophone, pipa, piano, organ, and live electronics, by Schwartz, Graugaard, Uijlenhoet, Bok and Garcia’s sombras sobre parque central for solo bass clarinet. Released September 2013 on Bok’s Shoepair label more here
Electro-acústico works for cello and electroacoustic sounds featuring cellist Iracema de Andrade with works by Javier Alvarez, Rodrigo Sigal, Daniel Barreiro, Paul Rudy, and Garcia’s mixtura. Released 1/11 on the CMMAS label.