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A politically smart and timely collection of eleven works for trumpet with instruments, voices, electronics.
Historic radio broadcast from February 17, 1962, in memoriam Bruno Walter.
The concerto hums and rumbles, charming and clever, destined for greatness.
Looped from nondescript sources, thirteen electronic moods sketch a dehumanized metropolis.
Our resident curmudgeon is hardly a team player. We considered not publishing these comments as several run counter to other well-placed verdicts.
Independently conceived, but likely best appreciated as a prickly suite for percussion and electric guitar.
An uncomfortable and explicit melodrama (ennui, lovers, incest) inelegantly filmed.
This Baroque quintet plays 18th-century Scottish and Irish traditional music.