Monthly Archives: September 2012


1926, vol. 14: Webern, Milhaud, Poulenc

Of all early Modernism, it’s Anton Webern’s music that’s most abstract and challenging. Introducing this music in the foreword to … Continue reading

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Amadeus and Moneyball

I saw Moneyball when it was released last year, and have seen Amadeus many times. Leaving the theater after Moneyball, I … Continue reading

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