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London :: United Kingdom | 3 months ago

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Beautiful and exuberant Collegium Novum Zurich Roberto Gerhard died in 1970 at the age of 73. The Catalan composer, who had studied with Granados and Schoenberg, and lived in the UK after fleeing from Franco in 1939, probably enjoyed more exposure

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New York City :: NY :: USA | 8 months ago

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Innovation is much sought after in music by musicians, often, by the federal government, increasingly . But could the pursuit of the slightly nebulous-sounding innovation be driving music in the wrong direction? The history of Western classical music

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Los Angeles :: CA :: USA | 1 year ago

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As the socially lucky offspring of professional pianists, I have survived music school, performed songs for actual money and worked in radio as well as a critic passionate about today's composers. That said, I keep a dark secret: There's a fair

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Darmstadt :: Germany | over 1 year ago

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Suggested Topics In the second of his series The Sound and the Fury: a Century of Music , Ian MacMillan addressed what he described as "one of the most ruthlessly experimental periods in the whole history of music."...The audience, which explicitly

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London :: United Kingdom | over 1 year ago

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Raphael Gaillarde/Gamma-Rapho via Getty Images I could do this with any piece of Henri Dutilleux's , the French composer whose 97th birthday is this week. But seeing as it's one of my favourites, we might as well start with his Cello Concerto, Tout

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Broadstairs :: United Kingdom | over 1 year ago

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Richard Rodney Bennett once described Pierre Boulez as a spectacular musician'' and, for different reasons, the same epithet could have applied to himself. Prodigiously gifted, Bennett began informal lessons with Elisabeth Lutyens when he was 10,

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Darmstadt :: Germany | 2 years ago

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Eamonn McCabe for the Guardian He's the British composer who has among the closest links to the European avant garde in its postwar pomp, who gave the first British performance of Pierre Boulez's epoch-defining Structures 1a for two pianos while

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London :: United Kingdom | 2 years ago

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Iamus's Hello World! for piano, clarinet, and violin, ought to pose existential questions about the integrity of musical composition, to blow holes in the fallacy that every note a human composer writes comes from a wellspring of emotion and deep

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Cambridge :: United Kingdom | 2 years ago

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I sometimes wondered whether I would be able to write not only more fluently but at all.' Photograph: Christian Sinibaldi for the Guardian When I first met George Benjamin in 1986, he was a recovering child prodigy. He was a very boyish 26, open-

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New York City :: NY :: USA | over 2 years ago

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Fourth Estate 2008 In summer 1944, a few weeks after Allied forces landed in Normandy, a new student arrived at the Paris home of composer Olivier Messiaen. "M. Boulez (pupil of Pierre Jamet) at my house at 9.30," Messiaen wrote in his diary. "Likes

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