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Alex Ross
Music critic of The New Yorker, author of The Rest Is Noise and Listen to This, husband of the director of Gayby.
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Alex Ross 2h
Ah, Bayreuth! MT bedsheet-screen got stuck, bruennhilds camping-chair cracked, but gorgeous music making by petrenko
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Alex Ross Jul 31
The death sofa (Sterbesofa) from the Palazzo Vendramin!
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Alex Ross Jul 31
Yes, TENET has been playing her, too:
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Alex Ross Jul 31
The CD was planned for this summer but has been delayed until early next year. Wonderful group:
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Alex Ross Jul 31
Great! Eagerly awaiting TENET's CD of Strozzi, Francesca Caccini, and others—reviewed them last winter
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Alex Ross Jul 31
Beauty Has It Hard / Toward a brief history of fainting at Tristan / Southland underground / etc.
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Alex Ross Jul 30
Author photo of the day
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Alex Ross Jul 30
In this week's , the fearless Joan Acocella writes about stagefright:
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Alex Ross Jul 30
A new work from Brigitta Muntendorf:
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Justin Davidson Jul 29
Google, we have to talk.
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Alex Ross Jul 29
Recent posts: disappearing composers, disappearing critics
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Alex Ross Jul 28
An Ethel Smyth moment:
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Alex Ross Jul 28
Rubbra threads have a way of becoming tangled
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Alex Ross Jul 27
Something I wrote for the NYT back in 1996:
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Alex Ross Jul 27
The opening of the Fourth is one of the most magical beginnings in the entire symphonic literature.
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Alex Ross Jul 27
Gently tearing the heart with the most familiar music RT Na shledanou, Moravec
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Leo Carey Jul 27
Will never forget the unbelievable delicacy of his encores (Smetana, Debussy, Chopin) in in 2005
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Alex Ross Jul 27
For Ivan Moravec
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Corymbus Jul 27
An introduction to Edmund Rubbra, and why I think his music has an important message for our hurried, cynical times
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