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August 01, 2008


Daniel Wolf

Isn't the Sonata Da Chiesa a wonderful and odd little piece? I think that it, with the Second Symphony (with all its droll dead ends), Four Saints, and the score to The Plough that Broke the Plains are strong pieces.


we went to Poisson Rouge to hear Max Richter and came away amazed!! by the opening set by Bruce Brubaker. Brubaker played piano pieces by Phil Glass and and Alvan Curran -- he called that "extreme piano." It ROCKED. I never heard anybody play the piano with that much intennsity and feeling.

I think Poisson R is going to reveal a lot of amazing musical secrets...

Posted by Anonymous | August 2, 2008 11:43 PM

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