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Kaip mane surado pasiuntinys iš Sirijaus

Šiandien startavo naujas tinklalapis doxa.lt, kuriame daug visko įdomaus!  Jame yra ir mano straipsnis apie tai, kaip susidomėjau šiuolaikine muzika:

Dabar girgždesiai, krebždesiai ir šlamesiai man tapo muzika. 37 more words


Black Seas of Infinity: The Alien Sound-World of Georg Friedrich Haas

Music, always inhospitable to ekphrasis or literary description, seems doubly so when it’s not even typically ‘musical’, which the sound-worlds of the contemporary Austrian composer Georg Friedrich Haas are not. 408 more words


18/1/2015: Ligeti Quartet at the Holywell Music Room

The young, vibrant Ligeti Quartet began an enjoyable, if somewhat challenging, afternoon at the Holywell Music Room with an unusual choice: a disjointed but somehow relatable confusion of a piece by John Zorn. 689 more words


From where we sit: Composer Connections

Ordinarily it is the chamber music ensemble that decides what to play in concert (maybe sometimes with a little input from the organisation helping to put on the event). 1,747 more words

General Chamber Music Happenings

blog impromptu

I was once in the audience for an interview with the American Playwright Edward Albee. His manner was one of intriguing evasion and resistance, not at all unlikeable, but perhaps more tolerable from a distance. 321 more words

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Zany Written Musical Instructions: "Shouting-in-the-pub Voice," and Crazier...

Most musical directions are written in Italian. Percy Grainger and others began using their native language (gasp! the sacrilege!), because, why wouldn’t you? It’s what Italian composers did in the way-back because the musicians reading it were, well, Italian. 448 more words