Tim Page on Music: Views and Reviews

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Hal Leonard Corporation, 2002 - Music - 363 pages
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(Amadeus). In 65 perceptive pieces, including some of the work that earned him the Pulitzer Prize for Criticism in 1997, Page offers what he calls "a collection of illumined moments," now gathered in a single volume for the wider audience who will treasure their insights.
 

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Loft, second violin in the Fine Arts Quartet from 1954 to 1979 and former chair of the string department at the Eastman School of Music, intends to offer both aesthetic and business advice for ... Read full review

Contents

Foreword by Anthony Tommasini 11 Stephin Merritt and the Magnetic
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A Lament 23 The National Symphony Orchestra
26
Van Cliburn
40
John Corigliano
48
Plácido Domingo
55
Leon Fleisher
63
Glenn Gould in Retrospect 68 EsaPekka Salonen 206
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Philippe Herreweghe
82
The High Llamas
92
A Dissent 99 Michael Tilson Thomas 229
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In Memoriam 116 241
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Bobby McFerrin
126
Elizabeth Mensh
134
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About the author (2002)

Tim Page is the author of "Dawn Powell: A Biography" & editor of "Dawn Powell at Her Best" & "The Diaries of Dawn Powell." Formerly the chief music critic for "The Washington Post," he is now the artistic advisor & creative chair for the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra.

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