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Great description of "Zaka" - "Generation X John Adams on fast forward".

Even during my four months in the group, I have found that the piece divides audiences, but the new music ghetto that passionately despises it is small, and I like how it can work on a program. Could there be a greater contrast with the ruminative Fitzell piece that follows it on the disc?

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