Articles tagged 'Gershwin'
Ingólfsson stakes a claim near the site that Romitelli quarried. The agile and luscious instrumental textures would have pleased Boulez.
This portrait disc reveals a consistency across several decades, a witty composer who admired Prokofiev and Classical forms.
In 1908 Mahler (48) made his Metropolitan Opera debut in New York with Wagner’s Tristan und Isolde (Jan. 1), wrote Das Lied von der Erde, and premiered his Seventh in Prague (Sep. 19).
Finnissy’s huge and nigh impenetrable opus suggests that music may comment only upon itself.