On the other hand, there’s Lukas Foss’ “Time Cycle,” written in 1960 during the decade the German émigré composer, pianist and conductor taught at UCLA. It was was premiered by his close friend Leonard Bernstein, and once thought to be a major work. It is now, like Foss himself, neglected. His name tends to come up these days because Bernstein wrote the piano solo in “Age of Anxiety” for him and because it has come out that Foss’ wife had an affair with Canadian pianist Glenn Gould. But the gripping way “Time Cycle” comes to terms with the past couldn’t be timelier.