Articles tagged 'Crawford Seeger'
The Spektral Quartet advises hitting shuffle so that Lewis may frolic amongst Crawford and Schoenberg.
Forsberg offers a program of doubly neglected works. First off, these are all pieces by women composers, and secondly, none of them fits easily into the big styles of the late 19th or early 20th century.
Finnissy’s huge and nigh impenetrable opus suggests that music may comment only upon itself.