- Cédres en Voile: Thrène Pour le Liban, for cello
- Sarabande for cello
- Ai limiti della notte, for solo viola
- Orbit, for cello
- San, for cello
- Vez, for cello
On this 2015 compilation of contemporary solo cello music, Matt Haimovitz presents a diverse program of past performances, drawn from his recordings on Oxingale Records. The selections have been remastered for HD sound by PentaTone, so the audio quality of these three hybrid SACDs is superior to the sound of the first releases, which appeared on the albums Anthem (2003), Goulash! (2005), After Reading Shakespeare (2007), Figment (2009), and Matteo (2011). The selections range from popular music to the avant-garde, and Haimovitz explores major examples of modern cello music, from Luigi Dallapiccola's "Ciaconna, Intermezzo e Adagio" (1945) to Philip Glass' "Orbit" (2014), and embraces many of the trends that make up contemporary music, including a virtuoso arrangement by Luna Pearl Woolf of the Beatles' "Helter Skelter."