Ethelbert Nevin, a retired technical draftsman, resides in a quiet New England backwater. Currently translating a novel about Continental pinsetters, Nevin longs for the days when music didn’t try to please everybody.
With Disklaviers and MIDI, BMOP recreates Antheil’s clangorous and insistent but unemotional ballet.
What’s wrong? I’m starting to like everything. Perhaps I just like the piano.
A distinct nostalgic voice whose Concerto No. 4 idly reconstructs a lost Russia.
The astronomer’s star charts guide Johnston’s microtones. I crave Vol. 3.
How can both plush and mannered be possible? Times have definitely changed.