Articles tagged 'Harvey'
Even after bumping into derivatives and less artful followers, Lachenmann’s original acerbic brittleness still delights after a long absence.
Highlights of Davies’ nine-piece collection include Isis in which a leading saxophone gesticulates enthusiastically albeit fruitlessly over a 15-person chamber orchestra.
Perhaps the world has come around to Aperghis’ way of thinking… No question about it, we need more DVDs of Aperghis’ work.
My too-early listening – at a low volume setting so as not to disturb Best Beloved – includes late-Feldman anything and, these days especially, Haydn’s string quartets most handsomely performed on the Tacet label by Auryn Quartet.
Prokofiev’s awkward First provides fodder for insipid remixes.
Produced in conjunction with a 1999 Swiss Mariétan exposition, this obscure 1998 Terra Ignota CD documents several installations and projects.
The collector of art music’s modernists surely remembers Disques Montaigne.
Jonathan Harvey’s new book/CD In Quest of Spirit (University of California Press) sets forth a sensitive philosophy of the rôle of music in spiritual change.